Panthers at Woodruff Arts Center
Georgia State University and the Woodruff Arts Center have partnered to offer Georgia State students access to the exciting theatrical, musical, and creative offerings of the Woodruff Arts Center and its artistic partners. We like to call it The P.A.W. Pass. For only $25, students may now purchase a Panthers at Woodruff (P.A.W.) Pass that allows them to attend performances by the Alliance Theatre and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and exhibits at the High Museum of Art throughout the 2014-2015 season. For each visit, students may purchase one $12 companion ticket. The P.A.W. Pass also offers access to special events, as well as discounted rates for hosting student events at the Woodruff Arts Center.
The Woodruff Arts Center hosts two Georgia State University Nights per year, featuring a special catered reception, student performances, student art displays, tickets to the High Museum of Art, and a choice of a ticket to the Alliance Theatre or the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How do I purchase a pass?
A: Any student with a current Georgia State student ID may purchase a P.A.W. Pass with a PantherCard, credit card, or cash at Campus Tickets on the third floor of the University Center. A pass costs $25 and is valid until May 31, 2015.
Q: How many tickets can I reserve?
A: The P.A.W. Pass allows you to attend all performances and museum exhibits during the season, subject to availability. You may reserve one ticket per performance or exhibit for yourself, and you may purchase one ticket for a companion at a special rate of $12 per performance or exhibit when you make your reservation.
Q: How do I reserve tickets?
A: You may reserve tickets as far in advance as 72 hours before an event at the Woodruff Arts Center Box Office or by visiting their website and clicking on Tickets.
Q: How do I get to the Woodruff Arts Center?
A: You may take MARTA to the Arts Center MARTA Station or visit www.woodruffcenter.org for directions and information about parking at the Arts Center.
For more information, visit events.gsu.edu.