We're Giving Away Theater Tickets!

Enter to Win Tickets for Macha Theatre Works, Whim W'Him & Chop Shop
January 20, 2021
The CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work dance film festival starts February 4. (Chop Shop)

While you're waiting for IRL theater to return (which Rich Smith wrote may happen late this year), virtual productions are a great way to support local artists and break up your Netflix routine for a bit. To give you a taste of what's on offer now, we're giving away free tickets to the following three shows. Read on for more details and to find out how to enter. Good luck!


GIVEAWAY #1 (Winner Selected)

Macha Theatre Works: 17 Minute Stories: All the Tracys
In addition to working within a time constraint, Macha Theatre Works' "17 Minute Stories" series of quick-bite solo shows also explores the very concept of time, or more specifically, how we end up where we do, and how we fumble through human existence in our own ways. This week's show, Tracy Leigh's "All the Tracys," centers around "one woman's mental health rollercoaster from Pentecostal life, to motherhood, to self-enlightenment." 

Show Date: Friday, January 22 at 8 pm
Enter By: Thursday, January 21 at 11:59 pm
To Enter: Make sure you're signed up for the Stranger EverOut email newsletter. Then fill out this form, or enter below.


GIVEAWAY #2 (Winner Selected)

Whim W'him: This Is Not The Little Prince
Whim W'Him retells Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince through the lens of Rene Magritte's classic surrealist painting "Ceci n'est pas une pipe," featuring music by Brian Lawlor and miniature art by Talia Silveri Wright, with filming and direction by movement photographer and videographer Quinn Wharton.

Show Premiere: Thursday, January 28
Enter By: Monday, January 25 at 11:59 pm
To Enter: Make sure you're signed up for the Stranger EverOut email newsletter. Then fill out this form, or enter below.


GIVEAWAY #3 (Winner Selected)

CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work
This contemporary dance festival has presented performances from troupes and artists around the world, with the goal of reaching diverse audiences and connecting people of all abilities with dance instruction. This year's festival can be enjoyed from home, featuring online dance films from Daniel Costa Dance, Eva Stone and Simone Elliott of Root Collective, Mark Haim, NYC's Omar Román De Jesús, and others from near and far. Films will be presented in installments on Thursdays, with Q&As with each week's featured artists to follow on Sundays.

Show Date: February 4-March 31
Enter By: Wednesday, January 27 at 11:59 pm
To Enter: Make sure you're signed up for the Stranger EverOut email newsletter. Then fill out this form, or enter below.