Be an SVS member for 2017! Great discounts and experiential perks! Support SVS and its outreach initiatives – free theatre for youth, free Shakespeare in Willow Street Park, and our education programs.
SVS membership set records in 2016. 2017 is even better!
- We’ve further simplified our member levels while keeping all the benefits.
- Some perks are now available to more member levels than last year!
Memberships are 100% tax-deductible! At all levels! All members get a sizable discount on our already very affordable tickets. Royal seats were filled for most performances last summer – Royal Court members (now starting at just $500) get to reserve them first, before they’re available to the public.
Do the math: SVS membership is a win-win! Sign up to enjoy the exclusive experiences that only SVS can provide.
Membership Levels 2017
The Royal Court – The Ultimate SVS Experience
Royal Court memberships provide the most exclusive SVS experience!
Enjoy a Sanborn Park production, or two, from our extra-comfortable lounge seating in our private royal seating area – newly refurbished in 2016! You’ll also get an usher dedicated exclusively to royal seating – both pre-show and during intermission.
We want every experience with SVS to be special. The Royal Court is the most special experience of all.
How does royal seating work?
To keep memberships fully tax-deductible, we can’t just give royal seats away. So, for the price of one regular (member-discounted) ticket, Royal Court members get that ticket automatically upgraded to royal seating! (Applies to the number of seats per production at your member level.)
Royal Court members can reserve royal seating for their preferred performance dates, before they’re available to the public. In the spring, Royal reservations open weekly, by member level, before they’re available to the public:
- Week One: Lord members.
- Week Two: Count members.
- Week Three: Viscount members.
Anyone can reserve after their designated week, subject to availability.
The exact reservation schedule will be communicated to Royal Court members.