Joyce Theater

JoycePass is a new program offering dance community members access to $5 tickets to The Joyce's Winter/Spring '21 Digital Season. This program is specifically designed to serve the dance community, and to support the synergy that occurs when dance artists and professionals encounter each other.

Who is eligible?
The JoycePass program will provide up to 10 seats per performance to members of the following groups, living in the tri-state area (NY, NJ, CT):

  • Dance Professionals
  • Dance Students
  • Dance Teachers
  • Non-profit Performing Arts Administrators

How do I apply?

Gather your documentation. You will be asked to submit one of the following forms of validation by uploading an image or providing a link to a:  

  • Current Pay Stub
  • Current Student Transcript
  • Current Non-Profit Employment ID or Business Card
  • Program or Flyer of a Recent Performance  
  • Website Listing Your Affiliation with a Company

REGISTER HERE (You will need a Google or Gmail account to fill out the online form. CLICK HERE for instructions on creating a Google account using your existing email.)

If you believe you qualify but are not able to provide any of the above forms of validation, please email JoycePass@joyce.org to discuss.

How long does it take to process my application?
You will be contacted within five business days.

How do I use my JoycePass?
Once approved, you will be able to purchase available $5 tickets by logging into your account at Joyce.org or by using a specific discount code. You may also purchase tickets by calling our box office. JoycePass will allow you to purchase one ticket per show, and the ticket must only be used by you. 

When does the JoycePass expire?
JoycePass will continue through the end of the year (December 31, 2021).

We look forward to welcoming dance community members into this program! 

Major support for the introduction of JoycePass was provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation. 
JoycePass is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council with special thanks to Council Speaker Corey Johnson.