Photograph by Darrow Montgomery
Arena Stage produces some of D.C.’s finest theater. Unfortunately, it also cranks out some seriously expensive tickets, especially for its most popular shows. For youngish patrons, there’s a solution: Eight weeks before a performance, theatergoers under 30 can order tickets for the price of their age. Pay-what-you-can previews at other theaters may be cheaper, but those tickets are only available for the first few nights of a show’s run. At Arena, younger viewers can catch new shows for a decent price, and they can do it on their own schedule.