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Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Fine Art . . . for Free

Posted By on Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 5:06 PM

My boyfriend is a hater of all things dramatic -- apart from Steelers games, which have become much more traumatic than dramatic these days.
See a show about piss -- for free!
But even he can be persuaded to attend theater events . . . when they're free. The Cleveland Theatre Collective is sponsoring "Free Night of Theater" -- a chance to get two free tickets to an October 19 show playing at more than a dozen theaters, from Beck Center in Lakewood to Carousel in Akron. Choose from such classic (and not-so-classic) plays like Urinetown, My Fair Lady, and Hamlet. It's a fun, free way to kill three hours. And for those of you worried about missing the latest installment of Grey's Anatomy, fret not: They're replaying it Friday. -- Rebecca Meiser

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