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It sounds like a cute show. Per the summary: “Welcome to Bugville, a jumpin’ little insect community that swings to the Bugville Boogie and the sweet sounds of WBUG Radio star Morpha Butterfly. Watching over the insect citizens is the one and only Mighty Bug, a superhero with super strength, smelling, hearing, and flying abilities. But Mighty Bug isn’t the only arthropod with an eye on Bugville. The evil arachnid Scorpiana has assembled a group to attack the town. Can Mighty Bug defeat the.”
Tickets are regularly $16.50 each for nonmembers and $9.25 each for members. Want to see it on the cheap? You have a few ways to save:
- While they last, $8.25 buys one ticket to The Adventures of Mighty Bug at The Center for Puppetry Arts, thanks to a deal on PoshDealz. As of today (February 14), PoshDealz has tickets available for performances on February 21 & 27, as well as March 7 & 14, 2013.
- If you have an Atlanta Entertainment book, you’ll find BOGO all-inclusive ticket on page E53 of the 2013 edition. The online edition of the Entertainment book includes bonus BOGO coupons (valid for 14 days once you hit print); I could access the online coupons as soon as I ordered my book. FYI–Through February 14, 2013, Entertainment books are $14 off plus you’ll get free shipping.
- You can use code “WSB” to buy one ticket & get one free to Sunday performances of The Adventures of Might Bug at The Center for Puppetry Arts.
- AtlanTIX has discount tickets to The Adventures of Mighty Bug. After fees, it tends to be one of the more expensive discount tickets, so use it as a backup.
- And the Center for Puppetry Arts just launched a Georgia Public Libraries Passport to Puppetry program. If you have a library card, you can check out a Passport to Puppetry at any participating public library in all 159 Georgia counties. The Passport to Puppetry gives a family of four free admission to the Center for Puppetry Art’s museum. If you want to see a show while you’re there, you can buy same-day tickets for 25% off, excluding Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
Want to skip the show & just check out the Jim Henson exhibitions & other puppets in the museum? From 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. on Thursdays, it’s free to tour the museum.
And Saturday, March 2, 2013, is the next Fulton County Free Museum Day; admission to the museum is free for Fulton County residents, government employees & students. If you opt to see the show while you’re there, you can save 25% on a ticket.
The Center for Puppetry Arts is located at 1404 Spring St. NW at 18th St., Atlanta.