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Tickets and Reservations

Free for members
$15 for guests of members
$30 at the door for non-members*

*Limited supply of tickets at the door

Membership FAQ

 

How do I get a ticket to a show?

 

Super Secret Arts doesn’t have tickets the way most live arts producers do. We’re built on a membership model. It’s essentially Netflix for live performance.

 

To come to a Super Secret Arts show, you either purchase a membership and then reserve a seat (for free), or come as a one-off guest of an existing member. Membership gives you unlimited, free access to all the shows happening on a monthly basis, space permitting. It’s like a $25 ticket that gets you in all month long. Going forward, that’s about 25 shows a month. It also gives you the ability to bring guests for $15/person to any of those shows.

 

Beginning in April, that membership will also entitle you to access to an array of digital offerings, including virtual reality versions of our live shows, exclusive video and audio content, and digital-only installations.

 

Does my membership auto-renew?

 

Yes, on a monthly basis, for the same rate of $25.

But there’s only one show in February!

 

If you’re a new member that signs up in February, your initial $25 gets you unlimited access until April 1st, when your billing cycle will renew. If you’re an existing member, your membership also won’t renew until April 1st.

 

How do I cancel my membership?

 

You can either login to your account on supersecretarts.com, click on ‘your account’ and click cancel. Or, if you’d prefer, you can email us at supersecretarts@gmail.com to request cancellation and we can take care of it for you. Regardless, you’ll still have free access to our shows for the remainder of your current pay period!

 

Do I have to sign up in advance? Or can I just show up and buy a membership at the box office?

 

It helps us streamline the process if you do sign up and reserve seats in advance, but you can absolutely sign up (and purchase seats for any guests) when you arrive at the venue. QR codes linking to the sign-up page are prominently displayed in the lobby and entrance foyer. Simply scan the code, sign up, and show your confirmation email to the staff member at the door.

 

Can I buy a ticket for a guest at the door?

 

Yes, you can buy access for guests for $15/person at the door, whether you bought your membership ahead of time, or at the venue. We accept Venmo, cash, and credit cards.

I just want to come to one show. Can I just buy a single ticket?

 

If you only want to come to a single, specific show, you have two options: 1) Sign up for the membership, and then cancel immediately (though you would still have free access all month long!), or 2) you could go with someone that is a member as a guest of theirs for $15, with no further obligation on your part. 

 

Ok I’m a member- what does this $25 monthly subscription give me?

 

Your membership gives you unlimited, free access to all of the shows happening in our Gowanus venue, space-permitting. Going forward, that’s about 25 shows a month. It also gives you the ability to bring guests for $15/person to any of those shows.

 

Beginning in Q1 of 2022, that membership will also entitle you to access to an array of digital offerings, including virtual reality versions of our live shows, exclusive video and audio content, and digital-only installations.

 

Where do the shows happen?

 

Currently, all shows happen at our Gowanus venue on the second floor of 400 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215. We’re a short walk from 4th and 9th FGR, and the B103 stops right outside our door. We’re around the corner from the Gowanus Whole Foods, if that helps.

 

The BYOB thing – what’s the deal?

 

We’re in the process of acquiring a beer and wine license – in the meantime, you can purchase non-alcoholic beverages and snacks at our concession stand, and, if you’re 21+, bring your own beer, cider, and wine. Please no hard liquor.

 

What are your COVID policies?

 

We want everyone to be safe and stay healthy as we all traverse what is hopefully the tail end of the pandemic. We require proof of vaccination and a matching photo ID for entrance to any of our shows and events. We encourage mask wearing while not actively eating or drinking.

Wednesday, March 9
7:30pm Virtual Show

WORKSHOP

Space Council

An interactive sci-fi comedy where the audience plays as Space Council, advisors to the King of Mars, & must solve a planetary crisis!

 

Space Council is an interactive, choose-your-own-adventure comedy show where the audience steps into the role of the titular Space Council, advisors to the King of Mars! Explore the galaxy, meet lots of fun characters, and help solve Mars’ most pressing issues. Good luck, Councilor!

 

(This is a workshop performance while we rehearse technical and broadcast elements for the show.   Thank you for joining us for the crash test!)

Luke Burns is a writer whose work has been published by The New Yorker, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, New York Magazine, and in the books The Best of McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and Keep Scrolling Till You Feel Something. He was a writer on a house sketch team at the UCB Theatre for four years, and has worked as a sketch director for Maude, Boogiemanja, and indie teams.

 

James Folta is a writer and editor. His writing has been published by The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, National Lampoon, Funny or Die, and more. He is the managing editor of Points in Case, and the co-creator of the parody magazines The Neu Jorker and Paul Ryan magazine. All this and more at www.jamesfolta.com

 

Dylan Adler is a comedian, actor, and musician based in NYC. He’s performed musical comedy at the New York Comedy Festival and was featured in the New York Times and Vulture. He performed sketch on Maude Night at UCB on his team “Young Douglas”.

 

Nicole Adsit is a NY-based comedian and has trained and performed in various venues across the city including UCB, Club Cumming, SubCulture, and more. Nicole has been featured in the New York Comedy Festival, the Women in Comedy Festival, She Makes Me Laugh, and the NY Musical Comedy Festival among others. Recently, Nicole completed work writing and acting in a web series called Unhinged, featured at NewFest.

 

Corin Wells