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Too expensive? How’s free? Shakespeare Theatre distributing 1,000 free tix for each production

November 20th 2014 by Keith Loria Leave a Comment

A new initiative by the Shakespeare Theatre Company will make available 1,000 free tickets to every mainstage production of its 2014-15 season.

STC launched its FREE WILL program this week, expanding on its annual Free For All, which helps make theatre accessible to all residents of the D.C. Metro area.

From Imagination Stage's 2014 production of The BFG: Matthew Schleigh as Hungry Fleshlumpeater and Megan Graves as Sophie (Photo: Margot Shulman)

Imagination Stage and National Theatre team up to bring children’s theatre to DC

November 10th 2014 by Keith Loria Leave a Comment

There was big news coming out of Imagination Stage’s 2014 Annual Gala last month as the nonprofit arts organization announced it would expand its programmatic offerings at its Bethesda location, and also announced a new alliance with The National Theatre, which will bring children’s theater to DC.

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