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Free Night of Theater Lives On


by Stephen Becker 21 Nov 2008

If you are looking to get into some local holiday-themed shows on the cheap, here’s your chance. Dallas Theater Center is offering $10 tickets to A Christmas Carol for its performance on Monday, Nov. 24 at 7:30 p.m. To purchase the tickets, click here or call the box office at 214.522.8499 and use the promo […]

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If you are looking to get into some local holiday-themed shows on the cheap, here’s your chance.

Dallas Theater Center is offering $10 tickets to A Christmas Carol for its performance on Monday, Nov. 24 at 7:30 p.m. To purchase the tickets, click here or call the box office at 214.522.8499 and use the promo code “TEN.”

Looking for something a little lighter? WaterTower Theatre is giving away 125 tickets to Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity. The performances will take place Nov. 28 and 29 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 30 at 2 p.m. For those tickets, just shoot an e-mail to boxoffice@watertowertheatre.org with the following info:

name

preferred performance date

number of tickets (up to 4)

mailing address

e-mail address.

Let us know if you go to either show how it was.

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  • I would encourage theaters that give free tickets, to not limit them to rich people with computer access.
    Part of the art revolution is to make theater available to all. Steps like these help, but I think that until we have theater in malls like film theaters, AND at the same prices as film theaters; we won’t have a vibrant theater. I picture a theater megaplex with a classic play in one theater, a short in another, a one man play in a third, a comedy in the fourth, a drama in the fifth, a musical in the sixth, an experimental theater room, a children’s theater room, etc. And maybe one more that’s open to patrons to watch theater groups rehearse or an actors study class.
    Theater couldn’t help but grow under such conditions.

  • Stephen Becker

    Tom, I think you bring up an interesting idea about having theater stages become as ubiquitous as movie theaters, with several options available at once. That would take a level of collaboration among theater groups that I have a hard time imagining, but since we’re thinking big here, I like the idea.