Behind-the-scenes Tour & 2 Tickets to Perelman Performing Arts Center (PAC NYC)

Bidding Supports: Compass Charter School (Brooklyn, NY)

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$175 USD
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$200 USD
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May 21, 2024 12:00 PM EDT  –  Bid Extension
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NOTE: Because there are only two remaining shows left in their inaugural season, this item is being offered for immediate purchase through the "Buy It Now" option as well as through the online auction. 

Behind-the-scenes tour and 2 tickets to one of the two remaining shows in the inaugural season at Perelman Performing Arts Center (PAC NYC).  
Step into the dynamic world of the newly opened Perelman Performing Arts Center (PAC NYC) with this exclusive auction prize!

Win a behind-the-scenes tour and two tickets to the one of the remaining shows in the inaugural season: 

  •  The Criminal Queerness Festival which celebrates queer and trans artists from around the world who have the guts to risk it all ? censorship, imprisonment, and violence simply for sharing their truth.
  • and, CATS: "The Jellicle Ball." Staged as a spectacularly immersive competition with all new Ballroom and club beats, this new production has runway ready choreography and an edgy eleganza makeover that moves the action from junkyard to runway.  


Don't miss out on the opportunity to say you were here in our first year! 


Perelman Performing Arts Center

251 Fulton Street, NY NY 10007

Contact Audience Services at 212-266-3000 to book your tickets. Contact to book your tour.

Estimated value: $200

Expires 6/30/24. Excludes Opening Nights and Saturday nights. Subject to availability. Excludes Conversations with David Letterman.


PAC NYC is a dynamic new home for the performing arts, serving audiences and the creative sector through flexible venues that embrace wide-ranging artistic programs. The inaugural season features work across theater, dance, music, opera, and more. Conceived as the cultural keystone of the plan to rebuild the World Trade Center after 9/11, PAC NYC marks the final triumph in the growth and rebirth of Lower Manhattan. Its presence represents the resiliency of New York and the power of the arts to entertain, inspire, and unite. The inaugural season showcases the unparalleled flexibility of three performing arts venues inside PAC NYC which can recombine in over 60 configurations with capacities ranging from 50 to 1080 seats.