Get In It To Win It: Free Night Of Theater Returns

The Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs and a bunch of Dallas theaters are once again offering free tickets for performances as part of the National Free Night of Theater.

Starting today, September 9, enter to win tickets for performances at local theaters in October. Once you're on the site, you'll create a profile and then see which performances Dallas arts organizations have made available to Free Night patrons. Select the top five you'd like to see and enter to win as many as all five pairs of tickets. WaterTower Theatre in Addison is on the list and other major playhouses are expected to participate for this sixth year of Free Night.

You can return to edit your entry at any time (and to see if more performances have been added). On September 23 the drawing will begin. By September 28, you will receive an email letting you know if you've won tix. Even if you don't win, most theaters doing Free Night will contact you with other offers and discounts.

Free Night is intended to give audiences an opportunity to experience new arts organizations. It's a great time to check out theater companies you haven't visited in a while. Over the past six years the Free Night of Theater program has introduced more than 250,000 new theatergoers across the country to the experience of live performance. (If you run a theater that isn't on the list of participants, go here and sign up.)

No purchase required to enter to win the tickets. Ready, set, go see a show!

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