The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to My Paris by Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry
Paris is hot.
First of all, it’s June, so it’s literally hot.
Second, An American in Paris is bursting the box office thermometer over at the Palace (who needs a Tony?).
And third, My Paris, the brand new musical written by Pulitzer Prize winner Alfred Uhry, multiple Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown and everyone’s favorite Frenchie Charles Aznavour and directed and choreographed by Tony winner Kathleen Marshall, is about to debut at the famed Goodspeed Opera House.
Who knows where it will go after that?
Which is why you should see it now.
And that’s why we’re giving away two tickets to catch it before it’s something you can’t get a ticket to.
Paris is perfect for the setting for a musical. The music, the romance . . . the fries.
What city would NOT be a great setting for a musical?
Let’s rename My Paris but insert the name of another city (e.g. My Chattanooga) and then give me a tag line for that city’s musical.
For example . . .
My Chattanooga: It’s not all fun and choo-choos.
That was bad. You can do better.
Comment your city musical and tag line below and you can win tickets to see this brand new one!
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