Enter by 8 PM Tonight To Win Free Tickets to NERO/PSEUDO at Washington Avant Bard at Fort Fringe 5/2-4 and 5/6@7:30 PM

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ENTER BY 8 PM TONIGHT!
WE ARE GIVING AWAY  3 PAIRS OF TICKETS FOR EACH PREVIEW PERFORMANCE: 
(12 PAIRS OF TICKETS -24 TOTAL TICKETS!-Only One Pair Per Winner)

TO  

WSC AVANT BARD’S BRAND NEW SCORCHING HOT GLAM ROCK MUSICAL:
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ON
May 2ND, MAY 3RD, MAY 4TH, AND MAY 6TH at 7:30 PM!
Admission Tickets
TO ENTER:
SEND AN EMAIL TO:
dcmetrotheaterarts@gmail.com
BY TONIGHT AT 8 PM
AND TELL US WHY YOU WANT TO WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS
AND 
TELL US WHAT PERFORMANCE YOU WANT TO ATTEND
LOCATION:
Fort Fringe – The Shop
607 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
“Put on the mask. Embrace the role.” (Bradley Foster Smith in ‘Nero/Pseudo.’ Photo by C. Stanley Photography.
“Put on the mask. Embrace the role.” (Bradley Foster Smith in ‘Nero/Pseudo.’ Photo by C. Stanley Photography.
Full performance schedule:
Previews: May 2-4 & 6 | 7:30 pm
Opening Night: Wednesday, May 7 | 7:30 pm
Thursday-Saturday evenings through May 31 | 7:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday matinees* through June 1 | 2 pm
*Saturday matinees are always PAY WHAT YOU CAN, and Sunday matinees are followed by Unscripted Afterchats featuring the creative team.
 
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Ticketing Link:
www.tinyurl.com/nero-psuedo

Discount tickets still available at:
Goldstar and Culture Capital

LINK
‘Inside “Nero/Pseudo” at WSC Avant Bard’ by Dramaturg Alan Katz.

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