The Sunday Giveaway: Two free tickets to Hughie on Broadway!

Tada!  It’s our first big Broadway giveaway of the spring season (and there are more where this came from, so keep reading, chickadees).

And this giveaway just got even more valuable.  Because, despite getting a great review from the New York Times, last week Hughie announced that it would be abbreviating its run, closing up shop on March 27th.

And that means there are only a few more weeks for you to see this O’Neill classic featuring the Broadway debut of Oscar winner (!) Forest Whitaker.

And who knows when either the show or the brilliant Mr. Whitaker will be on Broadway again . . . which is why you have to enter this week’s giveaway to get a chance to see them both for free-zies!

To enter to win two tickets to see Hughie on Broadway, click here (and pay special attention on how to earn more entries to increase your chances).

And then, watch your inbox on Saturday afternoon.  We’re now notifying each and every one of our entrants, win or lose (and we’ve also been known to thrown in a runner up prize or two for the “losers”).

So enter today!  And gooooooood luck!

 

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  • ANDREW SMITH says:

    Why don’t they have one night a week where the performance starts at 6:30 or even 6:00?… Fuck dinner. Give people a night when they can see a show after work and get home at a descent hour. Dinner AFTER the show. If you, or Broadway, were smart, they would do this once a week., like a Matinee..

    Andrew Smith
    (for this I want a meeting with Ken)

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