That’s The Ticket

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Have you been wondering why the Lerner Box Office has been boarded up for weeks? Chad Miller, Events and Outreach Manager of the Columbia Arts Initiative, has all the answers – CUArts has been working with the Office of the Provost, Columbia College, and Student Services to create an all-new Ticket and Information Center, which opens tomorrow.

According to Chad, the TIC will be selling “tickets to on-campus productions and events, discounted tickets to Broadway, Off-Broadway, first-run films and events at major cultural and arts institutions as well as information on how to connect to the arts here and around town.” Tickets can be purchased with cash or credit card, and www.tic.columbia.edu promises that students will be able to use flex to pay for tickets soon. As an added bonus, anyone who buys or reserves a ticket with the TIC by March 7 gets a FREE subscription to Time Out New York. Exciting!

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  1. bonus

    Nice way to top off my last free subscription to Time Out New York...

  2. ooo  

    chad miller rocks my socks!

  3. alc  

    Is this a typo in the email announcement?

    "as well as student programs such as V-Day"

    Valentines day? Varsity Show? I want to know...

  4. hey  

    the Bwog events calendar is broken. and hasnt been updated.

  5. v-day  

    V-Day is the annual performance of the Vagina Monologues on Valentines Day. College students across the country perform the show on Feb 14 and donate the proceeds to women's charities. Columbia's is performing Feb 14 15 and 16 though.

  6. Meh  

    I want them to bring back discounted movie tickets. AMC Silver Pass, where are you? I'm tired of paying twelve bucks for films, goddammit..

  7. Gregory

    Meh: The AMC Silver Pass (6.50) is avail at the TIC. Also discount movie vouchers from Clearview, Landmark, and other chains.

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