See Taylor for Five Bucks

Heads up, guys: Paul Taylor Dance Company is going to be selling $5 tickets to its March 6 Lincoln Center performance, which honors the 25th birthdays of Taylor's Brandenburgs and Speaking in Tongues.

Great, right? But there's a (cute) catch.

Last year, the company tried something similar, selling $7.50 tickets to a performance celebrating Aureole's 75th anniversary. The problem? They sold out in 45 minutes.

So this time around, the company has decided to offer the discounted tickets at little pop-up locations around Manhattan on four different days, giving Taylor fans all over the city a better shot at scoring them. Here's a rundown of the dates/locations:

Tuesday, January 22, Noon - 2 p.m.

Chacott by Freed of London

20 East 20th Street

Between Park Avenue and Broadway

Friday, January 25, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Mexican Radio

19 Cleveland Place

Between Spring and Kenmare Streets

Sunday, January 27, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Paul Taylor Dance Company Studios

551 Grand Street

Between Jackson and Lewis Streets

Monday, January 28, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Dancers Responding to AIDS’ Dance from the Heart

Cedar Lake Theater

547 West 26thStreet

Between 10th and 11th Streets

Happy ticket tracking!

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