The Sunday Giveaway: 2 Tickets to see Robin Williams in Bengal Tiger . . . Grrrrrr.

You might remember Robin Williams from Mrs. Doubtfire, but did you know that he went to Julliard to study theater?

Yep, the creator of such memorable characters as Mork from Ork, Mrs. D.,  Patch Adams, and a bazillion more roles as diverse as a United Colors of Benetton ad was a theater guy first.

And this season, we got him back!

What I’ve always loved about Robin Williams is his willingness to go from Good Will Hunting to The Birdcage, to One Hour Photo.  He refused to be pigeonholed.

And now, he’s being tigerholed . . . playing the title character in Pulitizer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph’s Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo.

And we’ve got two free tickets (oh, and they got great reviews).

How do you win this week?

If you’re an email subscriber to the blog, then do nothing!  All email subscribers are are automatically entered to win the two free tickets to Bengal Tiger at the Richard Rodgers Theater.

If you are not an email subscriber, then sign up today to receive the blog via email and you’ll be entered to win.  (To subscribe, look in the upper left hand corner of the blog and put your email in the blue box – and you can unsubcribe at any time, including after the contest is over!)

Good luck subscribers!



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  • Randi says:

    Ohh I hope I win, I really want to see this show!
    Ken, I saw that you were mentioned in a few recent NYTimes articles, and I got oddly excited. I’ve become a fangirl, it seems.

  • Kevin G Shinnick says:

    I’d love to see this show-went to the auditions.
    This and WAR HORSE are two of the shows I really want to catch.
    Thank you for your blog. Very informative.

  • says:

    I didn’t care for Robin Williams, but now am curious since this show got such decent reviews.

  • …agreeing with Randi….your name keeps popping up places….

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