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Dear Friend of Peak Performances,

Let me thank you—not for the donation you are about to make but for the enthusiasm you are showing for Peak Performances and its mission to present unique, aesthetically adventurous work that is not available anywhere else in the region, including New York City!

The performing arts are great community builders, but not when ticket prices restrict attendance. Our $20 tickets are the lowest possible price for the highest quality work you will find, anywhere. Our commitment to keeping our tickets at $20 is meant to give everyone an equal chance to experience the brightest creative edge of the performing arts.

What is the catch?
There is none really...

Ok...there is one. The inclusive ticket policy cannot cover the costs of production. With only 500 seats, the intimacy of the Alexander Kasser Theater is a serious plus for you as an audience member, but it doesn't allow much chance for a return on expenses through ticket sales. Your donation will help us continue to present the newest, best work from around the world and to offer these performances to our community at a reasonable price.


Thank you very much, and we’ll see you at Peak Performances.

Jedediah Wheeler
Executive Director

Arts and Cultural Programming
Montclair State University

“Thank goodness for Peak Performances”
-The New York Times

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