Devon Teuscher and Alexandre Hammoudi
in Swan Lake.
Photo: Gene Schiavone.

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Ballet Theatre Foundation, Inc.
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SAVE 50% on your child’s — or grandchild’s — subscription!

2018 Spring Season
Metropolitan Opera House
May 14 – July 7, 2018

This Spring at the Met, share the magic of ballet with the children in your life! These Family Series will delight all children, regardless of their previous exposure to dance. Save 50% on the price of Family Series subscriptions for children 6-17 years of age!

2018 Family Series Packages

Series F1 – Matinees
Saturday, June 9 2:00pm Harlequinade
Wednesday, June 20 2:00pm Swan Lake
Friday, July 6 2:00pm Whipped Cream
Series F2 – Evenings
Tuesday, June 5 7:30pm Harlequinade
Friday, June 22 7:30pm Swan Lake
Thursday, July 5 7:30pm Whipped Cream
Series F1 and F2 Pricing
Premium Orchestra $435 $217.50
Prime Orchestra 360 180
Orchestra Rear Center 255 127.50
Orchestra Balance 210 105
Orchestra Rear Side 165  82.50
Center Parterre 705 352.50
Rear Parterre 570 285
Side Parterre 330 165
Grand Tier 390 195
Dress Circle 240 120
Balcony 150  75.50
Family Circle Front Center 120  60
Family Circle Front Side  96  48
Family Circle Rear Center  81  40.50
Family Circle Rear Side  66  33
Series F3 – Saturdays
Saturday, May 26 2:00pm Firebird / AFTERITE
Saturday, June 9 2:00pm Harlequinade
Saturday, July 7 2:00pm Whipped Cream
Series F1 and F2 Pricing
Premium Orchestra $395 $197.50
Prime Orchestra 340 170
Orchestra Rear Center 235 117.50
Orchestra Balance 200 100
Orchestra Rear Side 145  72.50
Center Parterre 605 302.50
Rear Parterre 490 245
Side Parterre 320 160
Grand Tier 360 180
Dress Circle 220 110
Balcony 120  60

Call 212-362-6000 or click here!

Family Series are non-renewable. Exchanges are allowed within other Family Series performances, pending availability. Seat locations may vary with performance.


American Ballet Theatre welcomes children and families to experience the magic of classical ballet during its performances at the Metropolitan Opera House. While parents should use their discretion based on the maturity level of their children, ABT recommends that children be at least 6 years of age to attend the Company’s performances at the Met. In determining if your child should attend ABT, it is important to know the child must be able to sit quietly and not disrupt the performance for other patrons. If a child becomes disruptive during a performance, the Met’s ushers will require the child and accompanying adult to leave the auditorium to watch the remainder of the performance in List Hall without refund of the ticket purchase.

All ABT attendees, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the Metropolitan Opera House and must sit in the seat indicated on the ticket.