Who Needs Fireworks? On 4th of July Weekend, We’re Giving You FREE Theater Tickets

Show-Score | By Catherine Herzog | Jun 20, 2017

It looks like Independence Day weekend is going to be rainy and humid, which is bad news for your barbecue. So why not escape Mother Nature in a theater? With Show-Score Member Nights, you can see excellent shows FOR FREE!

What are Show-Score Member Nights?

FREE tickets to great theater throughout NYC! Producers invite influential theater fans (like you!) to see their shows and kickstart word-of-mouth buzz among your friends, on Show-Score and IRL.

How do I become eligible for Member Nights?

Score at least 6 shows, and we’ll start emailing you free ticket offers. Ticket offers will also show up on your My Offers page and notifications feed.

What’s playing 4th of July weekend?

Here’s a list of what’s currently available. For the most up-to-date listings, check out your My Offers page.


Amerike – The Golden Land

National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene presents Zalmen Mlotek and Moishe Rosenfeld’s musical, which chronicles Jewish immigration and assimilation.

Attack of the Elvis Impersonators

An irreverent new musical comedy featuring an original score, swooning fangirls, an Antichrist, world peace, a social media star, the spirit of Elvis...and, of course, a hero!

Bella: An American Tall Tale

Playwrights Horizons presents the New York premiere of this musical adventure about a wanted woman of mythic proportions who looks to begin life anew in the Wild West.


Chickens in the Yard

Adjusted Realists presents a play about a gay couple in a rustic Pittsburgh home being pulled in opposing directions by career prospects and family tensions.


Growing Up Gonzales

Writer/director Felix Rojas brings back his one-man play about brotherly love and the healing power of saying goodbye.


The Enchantment

Ducdame Ensemble presents the North American premiere of this Scandinavian work: a semi-autobiographical play written by the real 19th-century woman who inspired both 'Hedda Gabler' and 'Miss Julie.'

How About Shows By One of Canada’s Most Celebrated Theater Companies?

We’ve got ‘em! This summer, Soulpepper Theatre Company (Canada’s National Civic Theatre) is celebrating its first season in New York. 'Soulpepper on 42nd Street’ is a month-long residency featuring plays, musicals, concerts, and cabarets. We’ve got Member Night tickets for all of the following shows:


True North: A Concert of Canada

Pegged to Canada’s 150th birthday (July 1, 2017), Soulpepper's multi-disciplinary, highly theatrical docu-musical uses beloved Canadian songs to explore the nation's values.


Kim’s Convenience

Canada's Soulpepper Theatre Company presents a comedy-drama about a Korean-Canadian family making a new life in a corner store in downtown Toronto.


Of Human Bondage

Canada's Soulpepper Theatre Company presents the first-ever theatrical adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham's epic tale of lustful obsession and the pursuit of art.


Spoon River

An immersive, life-affirming, graveyard musical adaptation of Edgar Lee Masters' 'Spoon River Anthology.'  In a suspended moment during the burial of one who died too young, the dead come forth and share with us the unfiltered truth of their small-town existence.

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