Winners Announced for Free Tickets to Shakespeare Theatre Company’s ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ & a 10% Off Discount

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Congrats to our winners!

(1) Mark Gruenberg

(2) Michelle James

(3) Eleanor Tynan  

Shakespeare Theatre Company is offering:

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3 FREE PAIRS of tickets for The Taming of the Shrew.

ENTER BY THIS FRIDAY, MAY 13TH AT NOON

THE 3 WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON:

SATURDAY, MAY 14TH AT NOON

TELL US WHY YOU WANT TO SEE THE TAMING OF THE SHREW.

SEND YOUR RESPONSE TO:

dcmetrotheaterarts@gmail.com

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We also have a 10% Discount!

Save 10% off performances of The Taming of the Shrew

with special promo code DCMTA10.

Offer subject to availability, cannot be applied to previously purchased tickets, and cannot be combined with other offers. Offer is not applicable to “Premium” or “D” zone seating. To redeem, call STC’s Box Office at 202.547.1122 or visit www.ShakespeareTheatre.org/Shrew.

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Joel Markowitz is the Publisher and Editor of DCMetroTheaterArts. He founded the site with his brother Bruce to help promote the vast riches of theatre and the arts in the DC Metro area that includes Maryland, Virginia, and DC theater and music venues, universities, schools, Children's theaters, professional, and community theatres. Joel is an advocate for promoting the 'stars of the future' in his popular 'Scene Stealers' articles. He wrote a column for 5 years called ‘Theatre Schmooze’ and recorded podcast interviews for DC Theatre Scene. His work can also be seen and read on BroadwayStars. Joel also wrote a monthly preview of what was about to open in DC area theatres for BroadwayWorld. He is an avid film and theater goer, and a suffering Buffalo Bills and Sabres fan. Joel was a regular guest on 'The Lunch and Judy Show' radio program starring Judy Stadt in NYC. Joel founded The Ushers Theatre Going Group in the DC area in 1990, which had a 25-year run when it took its final curtain call last year. Joel is a proud member of The American Critics Association.

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  1. First of all, even with all the misogyny and stereotyping it’s a FUNNY play. And you can detect Katarina’s sarcasm when she says “If you say it is the moon, it’ll be the moon. If you say it is the sun, it’ll be the sun. If you say it is a rush candle, it’ll be a rush candle. But whatever you, Petruchio, say it is, so shall it be for Katarina.” She’s not dumb, but knows how to manage her husband…unlike all the other headstrong characters of both sexes, in the play.

    So enter me for the two tickets.

    Mark Gruenberg

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