For 26 years, the Shakespeare Theatre’s Free for All series has been a Washington tradition, offering the public a chance to see the Bard’s work for free — as long as you can get tickets through the online lottery or hours-long queue.
Not this time, though. During today’s Got Plans? discussion, we’re giving away two pairs of tickets for the Aug. 31 performance of “All’s Well That Ends Well.” No lottery. No line around the block.
To win, just tell us what you would do around Chinatown or Penn Quarter in those hours you won’t be waiting in line. Enjoy a leisurely dinner? Wander around historic sites? Be creative with your answers, because we’ll give the tickets to our two favorites. Submit your questions, comments and suggestions now or just us at 1 p.m. for the real thing.