Pay what you will at Capital Rep

capital rep logoIf you're looking for some midweek cheap fun and a place to come in out of the cold, tonight is "pay what you will" night at Capital Rep. You can catch the first preview performance of Taming of the Shrew for a donation. How much is up to you but remember, sneaking in for free is just not cricket. Curtain is at 7:30, but the tickets are available at 5:30.

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Capital Rep
111 North Pear Street
Albany, NY 12207

capitalrep.org

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I used to go to Pay What You Can until I realized that people (always seniors who get discounts anyway) cut in line in front of people who've been waiting for a long time and if they didn't cut, they started waiting in line at 3pm.

So if you want to have a successful go at it you may have to get out of work early in order to get tickets. And I know Capital Rep can do nothing about it since it's first come first serve but it's really disheartening.

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