For those impacted by the government shutdown, the Dallas Holocaust Museum, Dallas Theater Center, and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra are offering free tickets through mid-February. The Perot Museum also offers free admission for government workers through January 31, 2019.
The Dallas Holocaust Museum is currently showing One Day in the Holocaust: April 14, 1943, and the special exhibition Let Me Be Myself: The Life Story of Anne Frank. Tickets can be picked up at the museum’s front desk with a government ID.
For the run of Sweat (excluding Pay What You Can 1/18/19 and Press Night 1/23/19), Dallas Theater Center will offer two comps to any federal employee impacted by the government shutdown. This offer is valid via walk-up only with a government ID at the Kalita Humphreys Theater. Sweat runs through Feb. 10.
Concerts at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra during this period include: DSO on the GO Frisco, Jan. 20, The Music of ABBA, Jan. 25–26, John Adams Conducts Adams, Jan. 31–Feb. 2, ReMix: Alexander Kerr, Feb. 8–9, Opus 100: James O’Donnell, Feb. 17, and DSO on the GO Denton, Feb. 10. Tickets for the employee and a guest may be obtained in person at the Dallas Symphony Guest Services Center at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center.