It turns out the economic downturn has a (small) upside. It seems like sales are going on everywhere, and Arena Stage is jumping on the bandwagon.
The 24-hour sale starts at midnight on
Thursday, Nov. 13 Friday, Nov. 14 -- to clarify, that's at 12:01 a.m. Friday morning -- at which time all tickets will be $25. That's up to 60 percent off for some shows. The tickets are limited to the first week of each run, but the deal includes all of the seven remaining shows of the season, including Tennessee Williams's "Sweet Bird of Youth" and the Pulitzer Prize-winning "A Delicate Balance."
So if you've been meaning to check out one of the Arena shows, be sure to mark your calendar.
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