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November 26, 2012

Cyber Monday deals from Center Stage, Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, more

Performing arts organizations in various places are getting into the act on Cyber Monday.

Locally, that includes Center Stage, which is offering a Cyber Monday enticement that has "bargain" stamped all over it -- two Flex Passes for the price of one.

OK, so you have to buy two of these two-for-one passes, but that still means a significant savings, since you end up with ...

four for $60, usable for weekday performances ($70 for weekends).

Each pass is good for one seat to any play on the "Classic Series" at Center Stage. The flex part means you can choose the play and the performance, when the mood strikes, even right up until just before curtain time.

But, wait. That's not all. If you act now -- well, if you act on Cyber Monday -- you can choose another deal, prime location seats at half-price for the latest Center Stage production, William Inge's enduring "Bus Stop," which runs through Dec. 23.

Baltimore Shakespeare Factory also has several deals tied to Cyber Monday, including discounts on tickets; a "Girls Night Out Package"; a "Shakespeare Nerd Gift Package"; and savings on acting classes for kids.

Late addition: Signature Theatre, the Tony-winning company in Arlington, is offering a Cyber Monday deal of limited number of half-off tickets to the rest of its season, which includes productions of "Dreamgirls," "Shakespeare's R&J," "Criumes of the Heart" and "Company." Holiday cabarets and other programs are included, too.


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About Tim Smith
Born and raised in Washington, D.C., I couldn't help but develop a keen interest in politics, but music, theater and visual art also proved great attractions. Music became my main focus after high school. I thought about being a cocktail pianist, but I hated taking requests, so I studied music history instead, earning a B.A. in that field from Eisenhower College (Seneca Falls, N.Y.) and an M.A. from Occidental College (Los Angeles). I then landed in journalism. After freelancing for the Washington Post and others, I was classical music critic for the Sun-Sentinel in South Florida, where I also contributed to NPR. I've written for the New York Times, BBC Music Magazine and other publications, and I'm a longtime contributor to Opera News. My book, The NPR Curious Listener's Guide to Classical Music (Perigee, 2002), can be found on the most discerning remainder racks.

I joined the Baltimore Sun as classical music critic in 2000 and, in 2009, also became theater critic, giving me the opportunity to annoy a whole new audience. In 2010, my original Clef Notes blog expanded to encompass a theatrical component -- how could I resist calling it Drama Queens? I hope you'll find both sides of this blog coin worth exploring and reacting to; your own comments are always welcome and valued (well, most of them, at least).

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