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A theatrical bonus for Metro riders

arenastage.JPGThe new Mead Center for American Theater, home of Arena Stage in Southwest Washington. (By Linda Davidson/ The Washington Post.)

Metro is offering its riders a chance to buy half-price tickets to Arena Stage performances at the Mead Center for American Theater.

Under a promotion called "Metro Mondays," riders can present their SmartTrip or paper fare cards at the Arena Stage box office after noon to purchase half-price tickets for that week.

Upcoming performances for Arena Stage's first season in its new home include a staging of "Oklahoma" and Phylicia Rashad in "Every Tongue Confess."

There is a limit of two tickets per customer.

The new theater is one block from the Waterfront-SEU Station on the Green Line.

From the Post's archives:

Arena Stage starts a new act

Southwest Washington waterfront proposal shaping up

New Arena Stage may transform Washington theater

Assessing Arena's new building

The emerging Southwest Washington

By Michael Bolden  | October 22, 2010; 2:06 PM ET
Categories:  Metro, Metrobus  
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