Monday, August 26, 2013
Dallas Theater Center offers unlimited performance pass for $25 a month
This deal is best for those who like to "binge watch" their favorite shows on more than one occasion.
DOWNTOWN DALLAS The Dallas Theater Center announced today its new unlimited theater Stage Pass. It's a personal trainer for your cultural development, you might say.
Here's how it works: Sign up for a minimum three-month membership with a monthly $25 auto-draft and then catch up on all the theater your heart desires. No reservations are necessary. Just show up at the Wyly before the show (as early as 90 minutes before showtime) and ask for the best available ticket. Bring friends and they receive 15% off regular ticket price.
The recently announced 2013-14 season includes Les Misérables, A Raisin in the Sun, and A Christmas Carol, as well as contemporary productions like Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, and Oedipus El Rey, a re-telling of the Sophoclean tragedy set in Los Angeles.
Productions occasionally overlap within the same month, but the Stage Pass deal is best for those who like to "binge watch" their favorite shows on more than one occasion. Need a great date idea? Clients in from out of town? One helping of Jean Valjean just not enough? The Stage Pass may be for you. More casual theater goers can still take advantage of the DTC's Pay What You Can performances.
Tickets are subject to availability, but Pass Members can participate in pre-sale opportunities -- which come in handy for especially popular shows. Passes can be purchased by phone at 214-880-0202.
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