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See BalletMet's "Dracula" for only $5. That is, if you're young enough.

Last year the PNC Arts Alive initiative launched a ticket discount program-called PNC Arts Alive All Access-for youngsters age 13 to 18, but gear up older kids, your chance for cheaper entry to some of the city's standout performing arts events is here.

The program's discounts are now being extended to people up to 25 years of age. Individuals who qualify can now buy tickets to participating performing arts events for only $5.

That's $5 for shows from groups like BalletMet ("The Nutcracker"!), CATCO, Opera Columbus, the Columbus Symphony and the Wexner Center for the arts.

The $5 vouchers (the limit is two per purchase) can be purchased online at least 24 hours before the event. For details and for a list of shows you can see for only one Lincoln, visit the website GoFor5.com.

Everyone over 25, time to make friends with the young professionals in your office.