Orlando Shakespeare Theater Coupons and Deals
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The Fine Print
REFUND POLICY: This event is nonrefundable. No full or partial refunds are given to customers who miss an event. In the event of a cancellation, your voucher will be fully refunded. • Each voucher is good for 2 people • Reservations are required and subject to availability • Valid for a Saturday or Sunday performance only • The deal is valid only for tickets on the date[s] of the event as listed and may not be exchanged or redeemed for any other dates • Groups wishing to sit together must purchase their vouchers together; seating is fulfilled with no specific priority • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Everyone knows the classic tale of Sleeping Beauty, but you'll be able to see a new spin on that old story thanks to this offer from Orlando Shakespeare Theater: For $12 ($24 value) get two tickets to any Saturday or Sunday performance of Sleeping Beauty. Choose to attend either a 2 or 4:30 p.m. performance between June 20 and July 28. The quirky retelling takes a few liberties with the story (odds are the original didn't involve a cell phone) but contains all the magic and wonder of the original. It's fun for the whole family, making this offer a dream come true. Want more? Check out the Orlando Shakespeare Theater on Facebook.
Shakespeare called himself "the bard" because "The Brad" was taken and that guy was like the coolest guy at Olde England Memorial High School. Learn more with this GrouponLive deal to see an Orlando Shakespeare Theater play at Margeson Theater at Lowndes Shakespeare Center. For $40, you get two tickets for best-available seating (an $80 value). Click here to view a list of valid performances. Othello In Venice, all it takes to destroy a man is a stolen handkerchief. With this keepsake lifted from Desdemona, Othello's sweet-tempered fiancée—plus a few whispered rumors—the conniving Iago unravels the life of his superior ...