Rattlestick's patron program fuels our season of brave and transformative works that speak to the most pressing issues facing our global community. Join Rattlestick's community and consider making (or renewing) your patron gift today! Rattlestick serves approximately 150 artists per year and maintains low ticket prices so that everyone has access to our work.Your gift directly supports artistic programming, play development, and commissions, and allows us to invest in underrepresented artists.
From Scene Stealers to Rattlers, all of our Patrons receive free performance ticket(s), discounts on guest ticket(s), recognition online and in programs, and early access booking. Pending the Patron level you choose, additional benefits range from opening night invitations and other special events to private meals with the Artistic Director. So, 'stick with us and select the membership that works best for you.
Rattlestick is committed to fostering a culture of accessibility and inclusivity, so that patrons of all socio-economic backgrounds can become part of our community. We recognize the economic barriers that underlie our industry, and strive to increase access to our artists and work. On top of affordable memberships starting at $125, for a limited time, Rattlestick is offering discounted memberships to patrons under 40. If you would like to inquire about a discounted membership, please email Laura at email@example.com.
Announcing our newest patron perk: First Tuesdays
This season, Rattlestick is launching an artist salon series called First Tuesdays. On the first Tuesday of each month, we’ll partner with a local bar in our West Village community to host an intimate evening of cocktails and conversation featuring Rattlestick-affiliated artists and friends. The best part? The first round is on us.
Our fall First Tuesdays lineup will feature artist talks and performances from Emmy Award-winning actor and producer John Leguizamo (Freak, Shesus) and hit indie band Chicano Batman, Drama Desk Award-winning actor Michael Urie (Buyer & Cellar), and Obie Award winner Arturo Luìs Soria (Ni Mi Madre). We’re thrilled to offer this exclusive membership perk to strengthen the relationship between our West Village community, audiences and patrons, and Rattlestick artists and alumni.
Due to limited capacity, First Tuesdays is not open to the general public. If you’re interested in attending a First Tuesdays event, you can join our Patron Program at any level to receive an invitation. Members will be invited to at least one First Tuesday event during the season.
First Tuesdays and member discounts are made possible by the Victor and Clara C. Battin Foundation.