TCG, with almost 500 not-for-profit member theaters around the country, is presenting the fourth "Free Night of Theater" at 600 theaters nationwide, including 10 participating companies in South Florida.
From Oct. 16-30, you can catch a performance of 1776 at Actors' Playhouse, the world premiere of William Mastrosimone's Dirty Business at Florida Stage, GableStage's production of David Mamet's November, New Theatre's world premiere of The Rant, the Jesus Quintero Studio's 27 Wagons Full of Cotton, Palm Beach Dramaworks' A Moon for the Misbegotten, the Promethean Theatre's Still the River Runs, the Women's Theatre Project's Silent Heroes, JCAT's At a Loss and a staged reading of Shakespeare Miami's Macbeth.
The idea behind "Free Night of Theater" is to attract new folks to theater or introduce theater fans to companies whose work they've never seen. So do not take this as an opportunity to avoid paying for a ticket you'd otherwise purchase.
Each theater decides how many tickets to offer, and they go fast. For information on what's available, visit the "Free Night of Theater" site, and go to the listing of participating South Florida theaters.