Who won the tickets to see I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking It On The Road?

There were almost 100 comments on this entry . . . which means there were almost 100 major Off Broadway musicals that had a major impact on all of you as theatergoers.  And that, my friends, is a lot of musicals!

And what that means is that Off-Center is on to something . . . and they’ve got enough material to last them a loooooooong time.

But speaking of long, who is going to see the long titled Off Broadway musical, I’m Getting My Act Together And Taking It On The Road?

Congratulations to . . .


Email me to get your tickets (and to tell me more about your name, because I love it).

Thanks to everyone for celebrating the wonderful thing that is Off Broadway by commenting!  Go see an Off Broadway show!  (And if you need info on what to see, check out our newly redesigned Off Broadway site here.)


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  • Mary Jane Schaefer says:

    And opening in a few days at The
    Snapple Theater, alternating
    with “The Fantasticks,” is “Me and Jezebel,” by
    Liz Fuller. I know this because my friend and director Mark Graham is directing it. The play is based on Ms. Fuller’s real-life experience of having Bette Davis as a house guest for “a couple of days” during the NYC
    hotel strike. The visit lasted much much longer, and felt even longer than that! Do they make divas like Bette any more?

  • Mary Jane Schaefer says:

    Ken, I didn’t mean this as an ad. If this feels
    that I’m exploiting your blog, please take it off. I was just adding my show-offy two cents about how I know what’s coming up!

  • Joe Fab says:

    So, Ken, you like Hap’s name! Well, Hap was a longtime DC theatre critic and more recently a critic in Florida. Great guy with whom I’ve had the pleasure of interacting with now and then over many years. Congrats on winning the tickets, Hap!

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