Q: I have money on account from tickets to a show that was cancelled due to COVID-19 (The Children or Bright Star). Can I apply it to a virtual subscription?
A: Yes! Please contact Marketing Director Jim Torres at email@example.com or call 617-529-1670 and he will help you with that transaction.
Q: How much will I save by subscribing?
A: Subscribers save $5 per show, plus do not have to pay any fees. At $30 per ticket plus $5+ in fees per show, you’ll basically be getting one show free!
Q: When will the shows be available to watch?
A: All ticket holders will receive a unique show link on each production’s “Opening Night”:
- The Pink Unicorn – March 5
- TJ Loves Sally 4 Ever – April 16
- The Boston Project: Project Resilience – June 4th
Q: How long will I have access to the performances?
A: Your performance link will be available for the whole performance week, but once you have accessed the link, you will have 48 hours to watch your recording.
Q: Do I need a subscription for each person watching?
A: No, anyone and everyone in your household is included in a single subscription purchase.
Q: Can I make a donation with my subscription purchase?
A: Yes! Thank you for your consideration. We appreciate that many subscribers like to pair a donation with their subscription order, so we preset some common amounts on the order form. Because the low cost of this subscription includes your entire household to view our programming, please consider making a donation to help defray the costs of this programming and support the company through this time of intermission.
Q: Will there be captions available for these performances?
A: All virtual productions in our Spring 2021 Line-up will have the option of closed captioning.
Q: Do you have student subscriptions?
A: Yes, our students subscription for all three shows is $30.
Q: When do single tickets go on sale? How do I purchase them?
A: Single tickets for our first virtual production, The Pink Unicorn, go on sale Feb. 4.
Q: What precautions have been taken to protect the artists involved in these productions?
A: SpeakEasy is protecting artists and crew by limiting risk through a mix of remote rehearsals and in-person recording sessions. Recording sessions are planned to minimize in-person gathering. Our policies meet or exceed local, state, and CDC protocols for safe workplaces. All performers and crew must have two negative COVID-19 test results before starting in-person work, and testing continues weekly during production. Anyone who has a positive test, has been exposed to an infected individual, or who does not pass daily screenings, will not be allowed on set.