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Carte Blanche 2019
An all-access VIP pass.

Carte Blanche members receive 12 tickets per pass, and can use up to two tickets for each production. Enjoy entry to VIP parties, an exclusive reserved seating section, free ticket exchanges, and a free Festival gift!

Regular Price: The price of a regular Carte Blanche includes a $300 tax-deductible donation, and invitations to a Carte Blanche cocktail party and private wine tasting during the Festival.

Sustaining Donor: For $200 more, you'll automatically become a Sustaining Donor, with a $500 tax-deductible donation included in your Sustaining Donor Carte Blanche pass. In addition to the standard Carte Blanche benefits, sustaining donors will also be invited to a special private party during the Festival, as well as receive invitations for exclusive meetings with Festival artists, and more!

Enjoy convenience, flexibility and VIP treatment by bundling all your tickets into one low price with a Carte Blanche.

Once purchased, you can pick up your pass during the Festival at our Box Office in Provincetown, MA, any time after 10 am on Wednesday September 25, 2019.

Visit or call 866-789-8366 to choose your shows and redeem your tickets. Book soon before shows sell out! Pass Holders are only guaranteed seats at all performances through Labor Day.
Flex Pass 2019
The most flexible way to see the Festival.

Get six tickets for one low price, and use up to two tickets per show. Plus, Flex Pass holders enjoy free entry (for two) at the opening and closing parties! You'll avoid long lines at the box office, and enjoy priority seating at Festival venues.

(A Flex Pass does not include entry to VIP donor parties, and a surcharge may be added to premium-priced events.)

As a courtesy to our Pass Holders, you may exchange tickets for a different performance of the same show, pending availability.

Pick up your pass and tickets at our Box Office in Provincetown starting Wednesday Sept 25, 2019. If you have any questions, just email

Thank you, and see you at the Festival, September 26-29, 2019!
ADD-ON: Round-Trip NYC Provincetown Charter Bus Fare
The Festival offers a round-trip charter bus from New York City in September, in partnership with OurBus. Bookings are available exclusively through the festival, either on the website or by calling (866) 789-TENN.

The bus will depart from within walking distance of Grand Central Station on the morning of the first day of the Festival (Thursday, September 26, 2019), arriving in Provincetown that afternoon (estimated travel time six hours) in time for evening shows and the Opening Party.

The return bus will depart from Provincetown on the afternoon of the final day of the Festival (Sunday, September 29, 2019), arriving back in New York City that evening.

Fare for the round-trip charter bus is $100, which can be purchased as an add-on to any Festival pass. Patrons will also be able to purchase bus fare as an add-on to single-ticket reservations beginning June 1, 2019, when single tickets for all Festival shows go on sale.
Study Pass 2019
Students of any age are eligible for the Study Pass if currently enrolled with a full-time course load during the Festival dates. A Study Pass includes up to 10 tickets (one ticket per show), plus free admission to Williams 101 when you wear your Study Pass.

Once you buy your pass, choose your performances by phone or by logging in online (you do not need to reserve tickets for Williams 101). A current student ID is required at time of pick-up.

Study Pass holders are also welcome at the Closing Party.

Pick up your pass and tickets at the Festival box office starting Wednesday Sept 25, 2019. If you have any questions, just email

Thank you, and see you at the Festival, September 26-29, 2019!
Workshop Pass 2019
The Festival's new Workshop Pass allows patrons, artists, and students to attend four hands-on workshops during Festival Week on the craft of Japanese theater arts, led by renowned performance masters.

Taught by theater professionals Elizabeth Dowd, Natsu Onoda Power, Mark Oshima, and Laurence Kominz, the 2019 workshops will provide an introduction to the techniques of Japanese Noh (classical drama), kamishibai (storytelling with drawings), kabuki (popular theater), and kyogen (traditional farce).

The Workshop Pass also includes tickets to a curated set of four Festival performances, plus admission to the Williams 101 discussion series.

These events are on a fixed track. Once you've purchased your Workshop Pass, the Festival will contact you with your full schedule of classes and performances.

When you arrive in Provincetown, pick up your pass and tickets at our Box Office starting Wednesday, Sept 25, 2019. If you have any questions, just email

Thank you, and see you at the Festival, September 26-29, 2019!