Sometimes it pays to wait!
If you haven’t booked tickets yet for the Summer Scoops Live With the Wall Street Journal talk by Passing Strange co-creators Stew and Heidi Rodewald, or maybe, like Stew, you just couldn’t believe anybody would pay $25 to hear them gab, you stand to come out ahead.
There’s a new offer out today giving a 25-percent discount to the pARTners talk at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theater at 7 pm on Tuesday, Aug. 18.
Enjoy the fruits of procrastination while you can. Here are the details:
Stew Opens Up with The Wall Street Journal at Lincoln Center!-
Take 25% off a rousing discussion titled pARTners, which explores the pleasures and pitfalls of artistic partnerships on August 18 at 7:00 P. M. in the Walter Reade Theater. Use promotion code WSJ10 to receive this special discount when purchasing online or calling 212.721.6500.
For tickets, click here.
The evening’s conversation features Stew and Heidi Rodewald, the co-creators of the Tony-winning Broadway rock musical Passing Strange and longtime collaborators in the band The Negro Problem; Artistic Director Bill T. Jones, Associate Artistic Director Janet Wong, and Creative Director Bjorn Amelan of the legendary Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. Reporter Wendy Bounds of The Wall Street Journal leads the discussion.
Program, artists, dates, and prices subject to change. This offer is subject to availability and may be revoked at any time. May not be combined with any other offers or discounts. Not applicable to previously purchased tickets. All sales are final—no refunds or exchanges. Limit four tickets per customer.
Stew & Heidi present The Broadway Problem at Lincoln Center Out of Doors, August 19. For details, click here.