Everybody likes free stuff, right?
If you want free tickets to Utah theater in October, the website NowPlayingUtah.com -- run by the Utah Arts & Cultural Coalition -- is offering the opportunity to win them in a lottery later this month.
Fill out the entry form, and you could win up to three pairs of tickets to productions in October. Just pick from the following list:
The Grand Theatre • "Into the Woods"
The Empress Theatre • "Hello, Dolly!"
Draper Historic Theatre • "Hansel & Gretel"
Hale Center Theater Orem • "South Pacific"
Westminster College Theatre • "The Diviners"
Kingsbury Hall • "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" and "Geography Club"
Egyptian Theatre Park City • "Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical"
Utah Shakespeare Festival • "Hamlet" and "Stones in His Pockets"
Pioneer Theatre Company • "0f Mice and Men"
Salt Lake Acting Company • "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson"
Covey Center for the Arts • "Blithe Spirit"
Music Theatre West • "The King and I"
Pinnacle Acting Company • "The Lion in Winter"
Wasatch Theatre Company • "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)"
The Off Broadway Theatre • "‘Y’ Light"
CenterPoint Legacy Theatre • "The Scarlet Pimpernel"
Pygmalion Theatre Company • "Lady Day @ Emerson’s Bar & Grill"
People Productions • "Blues for an Alabama Sky"
SCERA Center for the Arts • "Little Shop of Horrors" and "The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley"
Tuacahn Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts • "Hairspray"
Entries for the lottery will be accepted from Sept. 15 to 24 -- and once you enter, you can change your ballot of favorite shows up to the 24th. On Sept. 28, emails will be sent out to ticket winners.
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