Okay, any student or educator with a valid student ID can get up to two tickets for $25 each at "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time," now playing at the Orpheum Theatre through Sunday, Dec. 4.

Ticket prices normally range from $39 to $139 for the play, which is about a 15 year old autistic teen who relates better to algebra than human beings. The 5-time Tony winner for 2015, including best play, was described by Star Tribune Drama Critic Rohan Preston as "Retaining the luster" of the Broadway version.

To get the $25 tickets, show up at the Orpheum box office two hours prior to showtime. The seats are subject to availability and only cash is accepted.

Don't leave too soon after the play ends or you'll miss the main character Christopher solving a difficult algebra proof in less than 4 minutes. Over my head, but thoroughly entertaining.

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