The Sunday Giveaway: 2 Tickets to When Everything Was Possible
Ever since the infamous line, “Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain,” was uttered in The Wizard of Oz, people have been trying to take a peek behind the curtain.
And why not? Seeing how things work is a great way for fascinated fans to become even more fascinated with something they love, whether that’s a car, a corporation, or yep, a musical.
On Sunday, April 29th, two members of the original casts of Follies and the Lincoln Center Revival of West Side Story, will reunite on the stage of Lincoln Center for their “Concert with Comments” entitled, When Everything Was Possible.
In other words, expect some dirt. 😉
And you can also expect photos from the era, an introduction by the King of Rodgers and Hammerstein, Mr. Ted Chapin (author of the strongly recommended book about the birth of Follies, entitled Everything Was Possible), and stories about Noel Coward, Richard Rodgers, and a whole lot more.
And one of you can also expect to see it for free!
Here’s how to win your two free tickets.
What show’s backstage story are you most interested in hearing?
Comment below and you’ll be entered to win two tickets to When Everything Was Possible!
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