Free Theater Across America!

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Hey, everyone--

Huge thanks to my friend Hallie for cluing me into this, but this is awesome! Free Night of Theater is a program designed in cooperation with Theater Communications Group and the Association of Performing Arts Service
to get people out to see more live theater, introduce newbies to live performance, etc.... and it coordinates hundreds of theaters in cities across America!

Between October 16 and October 31, hundreds of theaters in Atlanta, St. Louis, Los Angeles, New York, Austin, San Diego, Cincinnati, Lexington, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Kansas City, Portland, Boston, and almost 100 more cities will be offering FREE NIGHTS OF THEATER!

Click HERE for more info, or click HERE to find theaters near you... and enjoy a great night of live theater!

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