WHAT: Bellevue Society for the Arts season passes on sale
WHEN: Beginning 2 weeks prior to any performance
COST: $60/Adult, $50/Senior 60 years and older
The Bellevue Society for the Arts (BSA) has announced its 2012-13 season, and with eight great shows on the docket ranging from Disney to Sondheim, it's shaping up to be a great season.
So how can you see every show, or maybe multiple performances of a few, without breaking the bank? Try a BSA Season Ticket.
The BSA season ticket works like a punch card, with seven opportunities to attend BSA productions. The passes can be used on any performance, by any person at any time, and when I say any, I really mean any.
Think of the pass as 7 individual tickets that have no expiration date. This means that you could use your pass to get seven different people into one show, and that show could be happening 2 years from now.
However you choose to use your passes, just make sure you call to make reservations before you go to a show. Just like with regular tickets, if the show is sold out when you get there, you won't get a seat. Not to fret, though, you can make reservations up to two weeks in advance.
Season tickets can be purchased at the Adult price of $60, a $10 savings, or the senior price of $50, a $6 savings. Season tickets will be available for purchase beginning August 3rd by phone at (419) 484-2787 or by mail at PO Box 493, Bellevue, OH 44811. Don't forget that individual tickets are also available for purchase beginning two weeks prior to a show for $10 for adults, $8 for seniors 60 years and older, and $6 for students.
You can click HERE to view a full list of the performances being held during the BSA 2012-13 season.