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Pay-what-you-can at Taproot Theatre on Wednesday

November 24th, 2008 · Comments

Taproot Theatre on 85th and Palatine is having a pay-what-you-can performance of “The Christmas Foundling” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Pay-what-you-can tickets go on sale at 5 p.m. the day of show at the box office. Plus, a limited supply of $10 tickets will be offered from 12-5 p.m. for that evening’s performance, with a limit of six tickets per person.

Grant Goodeve and Jake Lund. Photo by Erik Stuhaug.

“The Christmas Foundling” tells the story of rough-and-tumble miners during the California Gold Rush, who suddenly find an infant on their doorstep on Christmas Eve. The play is filled with traditional folk music and carols, and stars Northwest actor Grant Goodeve, of “Eight is Enough” fame. “The Christmas Foundling” runs Nov. 21-Dec. 27.

Taproot has one pay-what-you-can performance for every mainstage show they produce, to allow everyone to enjoy live theatre.

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