Jake Gyllenhaal and Ruth Wilson, the stars of Constellations, the acclaimed new play by Nick Payne, directed by Michael Longhurst, will play three additional performances as part of the play’s sold-out run at Manhattan Theatre Club’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (261 West 47th Street).

The additional performances are Friday, February 27 at 10 PM; Friday, March 6 at 10 PM; and Friday, March 13 at 10 PM. During these three weeks, the show will have nine performances each week.

The three added performances of Constellations, will mark the first time in the history of MTC’s 30 Under 30 Program, where such a large allotment of tickets are specifically set aside for this vital part of the theatre’s lifeblood.

These 10 PM shows will be specially priced to make the production affordable and accessible to younger audiences. Half of the tickets for these three performances will be offered as part of MTC’s 30 Under 30 program, which makes tickets available to all MTC shows for theatergoers age 30 and under for $30, limit two per order. For people not already part of “30 Under 30,” they can join this program free of charge and have access to these special performances by visiting: manhattantheatreclub.com/30-under-30/.

The remaining seats for these three performances will be priced at $100, limit six per order. Pending availability, MTC will also offer $27 student rush tickets for these special performances starting at noon on the day of show, limit two per person; must show photo ID verifying current enrollment in degree/diploma program.

MTC Executive Producer Barry Grove said, “When Jake Gyllenhaal and Ruth Wilson approached us to discuss ways to give audiences more opportunities to see this remarkable and extremely popular show, the idea of these special performances geared towards our 30 Under 30 members quickly sparked all of our imaginations. Embracing the next generation of theatregoers has always been a priority for MTC and when we created 30 Under 30, we were extremely excited by the potential for the program. We’re so grateful to Jake, Ruth, the crew, and company of Constellations for making these extra performances possible.”