See Clark Gable Slept Here and Grab a Brew for $25 with Play and a Pint
Courtesy of Arsht Center/rahaus - Justin Namon
True, $25 doesn't buy much these days. That's like 1/8th of a night out on SoBe. But thanks to Yelp, Gramps and the Adrienne Arsht Center, it'll score you a ticket to a play and a brew to boot. Sweet deal.
The latest installment of the "Play and a Pint" series gets you a ticket to Clark Gable Slept Here, plus an after-show drink at everyone's favorite Wynwood haunt, Gramps.
To score tickets, use promo code PLAYNPINT to get your $25 ticket to the 7:30pm showing of Clark Gable Slept Here on Thursday, March 27th. Then, bring your ticket stub to Gramps for good times and beer.
They launched the deal back in 2013 and, according to Yelp's Miami Community Manager John Todd, plan on keeping it going "as long as there's fantastic theater to be experienced and wonderful pints of beer to be consumed at some of Miami's most beer-forward venues!"
"The idea behind the concept began as a way to entice more people to check out live theater," Todd says. "The Arsht Center continuously brings compelling, exciting theater to Miami, and what's most exciting about some of these shows is the intimacy of the performances and local nature of the show. Leapfrogging from Miami's growing beer culture, we thought that perhaps one of the best ways to process and discuss the show people just watched was over a frosty, cold beer."
The play is a satire that takes on Tinseltown's many secrets. The gist is this: one of Hollywood's leading men takes the stage at the Golden Globes while his wife and staff try to deal with the dead male prostitute on his bedroom floor. It's written by Carbonell Award-winning playwright and Zoetic Stage co-founder Michael McKeever, and the performance kicks off at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, and the pint-drinking goes down from 9 p.m. to midnight.
So what's Todd's favorite beer to toast with post-theater?
"I'm a porter-stout kinda guy, but don't let me skew the results," he says. "So far, we've seen the beer choices run the sudsy rainbow. What's most important is choosing a post-show venue that appreciates and supports Miami's arts culture."
Gramps, it is, so get your art on for less than a movie ticket and a tub of popcorn. Prices these days, sheesh. You can check out more info on Yelp.
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