Every child should have the opportunity to visit Broadway. And now you can expose the kids in your life to the magic of theater with free tickets to shows from Jan. 9-15, thanks to the ninth annual Kids' Night on Broadway.
Here's how it works: Youngsters between 6 and 18 years old can get in to see participating shows entirely free if they attend with an adult who's purchased their own ticket (one adult per child).
As of 11 a.m. on Nov. 5, tickets are on sale for parents or chaperones wishing to buy their tickets with a second free ticket for their eligible child guest.
But Kids' Night on Broadway isn't just about free tickets. The Broadway League program also includes pre-theater activities, parking discounts, restaurant deals and more.
This year, the ambassador for Kids' Night on Broadway is two-time Tony Award-winner Judith Light. She and the event will be promoting Point Foundation, which is an organization that grants scholarships to LGBT students.
The current 2015 Kids' Night on Broadway shows are:
- "Beautiful - The Carole King Musical"
- "The Curious Incident of the Dog in Night-Time"
- "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"
- "Honeymoon in Vegas"
- "Jersey Boys"
- "Kinky Boots"
- "Les Miserables"
- "The Lion King"
- "Mamma Mia!"
- "The Phantom of the Opera"
- "On the Town"
- "Rock of Ages"
- "You Can't Take It With You"
For more information, and to get your free tickets, visit www.kidsnightonbroadway.com. For a personal recommendation from Metro's theater critic, based on your kid's age and interests, tweet this story and add a shout-out to@TMichelleMurphy.