The Family Arts Access Pass helps make the arts center’s theater and dance programming more affordable to those that would not usually be able to attend with their families. There is no charge to be part of the program. If you have at least one dependent child in your household and your family is eligible for the Ohio Direction Card and/or Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), you can use the Family Arts Access Pass. If you aren’t eligible for those programs but you still have a financial situation that keeps you from coming to arts center shows with your family, you might still qualify for the program.
How does it work?
•With the Access Pass, tickets are $6 each.
•All Access Pass tickets purchased for a show must be for the same performance.
•Access Pass tickets are for G.B. Community Theatre and Straw Hat Theatre shows, for Youth Theater Production shows, Theatre on the Edge shows, and for the Spring Dance Concert. To find out about discount ticket nights for The Nutcracker, stop in or call (440) 964-3396.
•The Family Arts Access price can be applied to advance sale tickets, which must be paid for in full when they are purchased, or to tickets purchased at the door, if they are available. Tickets can be paid for by phone with a credit card, or in person by credit card, cash, or check.
How do I apply?
To get the Family Arts Access Pass, just fill out the application for the Family Arts Access Pass and turn it in at our front desk, or mail it, along with a copy of your ID card (Ohio Direction or CHIP) to:
Ashtabula Arts Center
2928 W. 13th Street
Ashtabula, OH 44004
Enrollment in the program lasts from September through August, and you can apply at any time. You’ll get an Access Pass with an ID number, and you’ll need to show your Pass when buying
tickets in person, or give your ID number when ordering tickets by phone. Please return your application no later than two weeks prior to the first performance you want to attend.