The Sunday Giveaway: 2 Tickets to My Name is Asher Lev

Asher Lev, a brand new play by Aaron Posner, based on the book by celebrated author (and rabbi) Chaim Potok (The Chosen),  started performances Off-Broadway at The Westside Theater just a week or so ago, and officially opens on November 28th for a limited engagement.

And I’ve got two free tickets to one of those limited engagement performances for a lucky reader!

All that you have to do to enter to win is give me your opinion on this:

Asher is one of those rare breeds . . . a commercial Off-Broadway play.  Even the NY Times said that few new plays go down the Off-Broadway road anymore, but rather are raised under the protective umbrella of a non-profit (Asher was reared out of town at the great NP, Long Wharf).

As an audience member, do you treat non-profits differently than commercial productions?  Do you think reviewers do?  Is their a non-economic advantage to going the NP route?

Riddle me that batmen and women, and I’ll pick one commenter and you’ll go see Asher Lev for free!


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