Free Tickets for Furloughed Workers


Jon Shaver, Sally Nystuen Vahle, Christopher Llewyn Ramirez and Liz Mikel. Photo by Evan Michael Woods in Sweat at DTC

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.

For more information visit: dallastheatercenter.org, dallasholocaustmuseum.org, perotmuseum.org, or mydso.com  

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