Part of the purpose of this blog is to give all of you readers out there an inside peek on producing on and off the Broadway.

So, when I’ve got a new show that I’m developing that is on its way to the Broadway, what better to giveaway than 1 ticket to the reading of said new show!  Right?

Just over a month ago, I announced that Somewhere in Time will make its debut this spring in Portland, OR (tickets make great holiday gifts, fyi).

But, as you all know, before a show makes its debut in front of an paying audience, it will (or should), debut in front of several insidery audiences at several readings, workshops, etc.  These audiences consist of friends, family and even enemies (they make the best critics because if they like a show, you can tell Phantom to move over, because there’s a longer running show coming!).  Other invited guests include fellow Broadway Producers (and maybe partners), Ad Agencies, potential Sponsors and . . . at this reading of Somewhere in Time . . . one of you!

Yep, the winner of this week’s giveaway will be one of only 75 people in attendance at a reading on Thursday December 13th.  You’ll get an inside peek at the process, and at the show that I’ve been conjuring up for over a decade.  And the fun part will be when you see the Broadway production, and you can see how much of it (or how little) has changed.

How do you win this ticket?

Simple.

Like the Somewhere in Time page on Facebook.  Click here to visit.

One of you likers will win.

Could be the easiest giveaway ever.

See one of you at the reading!  And I’ll be looking for your feedback on the show!

 

(Got a comment? I love ‘em, so comment below!  Click here then scroll down to say what’s on your mind!)

——

FUN STUFF:

– Learn all about Broadway investing in our Broadway Investing 101 Seminar.  Register today.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
 

17 Responses to The Sunday Giveaway: 1 Ticket to My Reading of Somewhere in Time!

  1. Not sure I’ve clicked any link so quickly :)!! So excited for this show!!

  2. Amanda Doria says:

    Yes, please! I’m super excited for this show, too!

  3. A. Scott Falk says:

    Smart way to score likes. Kudos! (And: Clicked!)

  4. Angela says:

    In 2011, my boyfriend wrote to me that he had just seen Somewhere in Time, and that it reminded him of us. He’s a writer, I’m an actress, and we’re in a long distance relationship (although not nearly as long distance as the one in the movie, I suppose).

    Little did he know, thirty years earlier… my parents got engaged after watching Somewhere in Time. :) And we used to go to Mackinac Island every summer when I was a kid, so that my mom could go to the Grand Hotel and other locations where it was filmed.

    So excited that this is becoming a musical it’s been so important to my family. :)

  5. Sue says:

    I like it. I like it a lot.

  6. Paul Argentini says:

    I remember reading the book and telling the agent I worked for that it should be made into a movie. Now that I’ve seen the movie I think it would make a great musical. There you go! Best wishes.

  7. Bruce says:

    Loved the movie. Can’t wait to see the show.

  8. Marilyn says:

    One of the most beautiful love stories ever! Can’t wait to hear the musical!

  9. Ellen Orchid says:

    Congrats on your new musical, “Somewhere In Time”. Can’t wait to see it. We need it now, a great love story, with gorgeous music. That movie moved me so much, and your show will bring more viewers – a new generation – to check out the film, and see the glorious Chris Reeve (gone from us too tragically and too soon)and the magical Jane Seymour.
    May I add how much I have been enjoying your blog, Ken. It has become a regular part of my cyber-viewing. I bought your Broadway game and we played it on Thanksgiving weekend. I have a few Broadway fanatics in my family, including myself. It’s a charming game. Congrats.

  10. Shannon D. says:

    I am EXTREMELY EXCITED for this show and to hear Doug Katsaros’ music and orchestrations!!!
    He is truly an AMZAING muscian, and person! :)
    So glad this is a Davenport production!

  11. Tony Pino says:

    Finally my dream has come true to see this remarkable movie come alive on stage as a musical. I listen to this haunting score over and over and I know the score for the musical is going to overwhelming as well. Think about we are all in a dream and we do time travel when we are sleeping to the past and the present. We never die we just sleep and wake here or there. The next movie I would love to see as musical is The Atlas Cloud. Thank you for this chance to win a ticket to the reading. Tony Pino

  12. Stephanie says:

    In which city will the reading be held?

  13. Theresa Czaplewski says:

    My husband and I watch Somewhere in Time, at least 2 times a year. It is, as we say “Our” movie. We started watching this movie many years ago. It is a movie that you can not forget… I hope to be able to see the musical someday.

  14. David says:

    I just bought my four tickets to opening night and am thrilled to give as Christmas presents to family in Portland.

    (KD – my birthday lottery ticket yielded $2 which I promptly and happily turned right around back to you and SIT team!).

    Best of luck on the reading – I am not a Facebooker so I’ll have to miss out on this one.

  15. If anyone can top John Barry’s luscious film score, it will be Doug Katsaros.
    Best of luck to the entire creative team.
    Sorry I won’t make it to Portland for the full production, but you are probably already sold out there!
    Can’t “like” you on facebook, sorry to say, would love to attend your reading.

  16. Terry Newberry says:

    As a native Michigander, I can tell you that those of us who have been fortunate to visit the island find it magical and beautiful. Not just for the nature and history, but for feeling like you are in a land far far away. Stepping back in time. It is no wonder that they filmed this incredible movie there. One of my happiest childhood memories is of my Mom bringing my sister and I to the island for a vacation in the summer of 1978. She passed away in 1980 a few months before the movie was released. The lovely Jane Seymour and Christopher Reeve brought me back to that special summer.

  17. Becky says:

    I saw you at the Somewhere In Time weekend at the Grand Hotel. It was lovely of you to let us know what the play will be like and how it will be different. I hope this stage production goes well, even though it will be difficult without the music and Chris and Jane.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Set your Twitter account name in your settings to use the TwitterBar Section.