The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to Love Letters on Broadway!
Hey yo! It’s another week, and another Broadway giveaway!
And this one is for a show that just got a great review in the New York Times!
Love Letters has been touring and entertaining the country for decades, and now it has landed back on Broadway, with its usual rotation of two stars reading (from a script) notes, letters and cards between a man and a woman over 50 years.
Isn’t that one of those ideas that make you go, “Why didn’t I do that?”
It’s so beautifully simple, and so theatrical, that it just makes sense.
And yeah, maybe you could have done that, but I’d bet my box full of love letters that you couldn’t have done it nearly as well as A.R. Gurney.
For this week’s giveaway, I’m going to do something a wee bit different.
As usual, we’ve got two tickets to see the show . . . and I’m going to give them away a little differently . . . I’m going to give ’em away, Love Letters style.
I’m not going to give the tickets away in a pair.
I’m going to give away one to a guy. And one to a girl. Just like the characters in the play.
And who knows, maybe we’ll start a little love-letter writing duo right at the show! (Oh, and listen – love means a lot of things – but at its core it means friendship – so enter whether or not you are single/married/gay/straight/in a relationship/whatever – this is about meeting a new friend. That said, if the winning couple would like to get married and have three children it would probably do wonders for my subscription rate, so please feel free.)
So how do you win?
Comment below with the name of the person who you wrote your first love letter too. And a little story would be awesome as well. Mine? Jenny Fox. 2nd grade (Just like the characters in Love Letters, actually!) She probably doesn’t even remember, but I wrote “I like Jenny Fox,” on my bookmark. She saw it out of the corner of her eye and asked me to read it. I got nervous and refused. She then wrote something down on her bookmark. “If you let me read yours, I’ll let you read mine.” Hers said, “I like Kenny.” I think she tried to kiss me on the way to the next class and I ran away. End of story. Except that I named a character after her in Gettin’ The Band Back Together.
Ok, now you!
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