As we were going to press with our 99 Percent Holiday Guide—full of advice about where to spend your money (and where to definitely not spend your money) this year—we got word from some local theaters about discounts on tickets that didn't make it into print. Obviously, supporting local theaters and local performers is a very direct way to support the local economy.
So here are those deals:
· ACT has set up a 15% discount for Stranger readers for their 8:30 pm performances of A Christmas Carol on December 13 and 14. Allison Narver is directing and Bob Cratchit is embodied by Stranger favorite Ian Bell. You can get the discount by calling the box office or using the code STRANGER when you buy tickets online.
· All tickets to Black Nativity at the Moore on Tuesday, December 13 and Tuesday, December 20 (and also TONIGHT) are just $25, down from the regular price of $55. No code required.
· And children under 17 are FREE with a $25 adult ticket to Bach's Christmas Oratorio by Orchestra Seattle/Seattle Chamber Singers.