Who won the tickets to How I Learned to Drive?

I was going to pick this one randomly, but when I read how Marty Strenczewilk was just as passionately bummed about missing How I Learned the first time around, how could I resist?

Marty, you and I are finally gonna see this sucker!

Email me and we’ll set it up.

Here’s to crossing things off the ‘To See” bucket list!

And if there’s one thing I learned from this contest is . . . man oh man, have we all missed some great theater for one reason or another.  Let this contest serve as a reminder to us all (me included, who almost missed Follies), live theater doesn’t happen again.  That’s why we love it.

So, when you’ve got a desire to see something . . . see it.  You’ll never have that chance to see that show with that cast in that space ever again.

And life is too short, and good theater is too rare to miss.


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  • Chris says:

    My favorite talk back was after The Normal Heart. It featured a bunch of people in their teens and 20s talking about HIV prevention and the HIV/AIDS movement, and how it had changed (and had not changed) since the play. The Normal Heart was such a call to action and made the viewer ask so many questions . . . it was perfect to have more people there to keep the energy and questions flowing.

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