Take advantage of these unique offerings available only to students of The Second City Training Center. All you need is your student card given to you on the first day of class! To receive a discount you must show your card.
Training Center students can get FREE tickets for Second City Mainstage or e.t.c. shows for Sunday-Thursday performances if the show is not sold out. Monday tickets can only be picked up 10 minutes before show time; all others can be reserved in person within one hour of show time.
Students can get FREE walk-up tickets for HouseCo shows on Saturday nights in the de Maat Studio Theatre. Come see Next at 7:30pm (testing sketch material as they go through the process of writing an original revue), Twisty at 9pm (all improv), and Moxie at 10:30pm (long form in a different style each week).
Students also receive half-price admission to shows in Donny's Skybox and the de Maat Studio Theater. Free tickets are available for all class performances, including the Conservatory Level 6 shows on Mondays at 8pm in the e.t.c. Theater.
UP Comedy Club Training Center Ticket Specials
Use the coupon codes below (if applicable) to receive 2 free TC tickets to the shows listed below.
Wednesdays at 8pm
December 4 or 18
Mondays at 8pm
December 9 or 16
Students may reserve their tickets by calling the UP Box Office at 312-662-4562. Students will be asked to present their Student IDs when picking up their tickets at the Box Office. Limited numbers of tickets are available per show. Reservations are recommended.
Corcorans Grill and Pub
The Book Cellar
The Music Box Theatre
Elly's Pankcake House
Old Town Pour House
Sally Blood Headshots
Sally Blood is a stylist and photographer that has been working closely with The Second City and the Training Center for many years. Second City Training Center students receive a $50 discount off Sally Blood's $450 full shoot at her studio. See www.sallybloodheadshots.com for details.
If your business would like to engage with our students by providing discounts or special offers, contact Andrew Thorp.