Faculty and staff can register to win one of 30 season PassPorts to The Black Rep.
A season PassPort contains five ticket vouchers, which are redeemable at any time during the 2009 season. Winners will be chosen in a drawing in December.
To enter, visit diversity.wustl.edu/blackrep.htm. One entry per person is allowed.
Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton and the WUSTL Diversity Initiative are sponsoring the drawing for the third consecutive year.
All entries must be submitted by Dec. 14. Winners will be notified the week of Dec. 15.
Georgia Binnington, associate dean of students in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, won a season pass to last year’s lineup and took her granddaughter to see “Sarafina.”
“What a great opportunity this pass gave me,” Binnington said.
“I love the Black Rep productions. They are always inspiring and thought-provoking.”
The Black Rep’s 32nd season begins Jan. 7 with “Tell Me Somethin’ Good,” which is on the Main Stage at the Grandel Theatre through Feb. 8.
Other Main Stage shows this season include “A Song for Coretta” (Feb. 18-March 15), “My Secret Language of Wishes” (March 25-April 19), “In the Continuum” (April 29-May 17) and “Blues in the Night” (May 27-June 28).
The Black Rep is the nation’s largest professional African-American theater company and was established in 1976 by Ron Himes, then a student at WUSTL.