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

If Broadway shows were priced based on an algorithm that took the number of beloved Broadway stars in a cast, and multiplied it by the # of times those stars had made us laugh throughout their entire career (with a added bonus for those that could make us cry as well) . . .  then Disaster! would be 10x the cost of Hamilton.

Roger Bart, Kerry Butler, Faith freakin’ Prince, Rachel York, Adam Pascal, Kevin Chamberlin, Jennifer Simard.  What a crew!  And they were all assembled by Disaster!‘s birth mother (and also cast member), Seth Rudetsky.

Disaster! (a brand new NY Times critic’s pick) is a spoof on all those great, well, disaster movies of the 70s (Airplane, Poseidon Adventure, etc.) set to the tunes of that same decade (“Hot Stuff,” “I Am Woman,” etc.).

The good news for you is that if you win today’s Sunday Giveaway, you won’t have to pay 10x the price of Hamilton in order to see the show.

All you have to do is click here to enter and let the Broadway Lottery Gods decide (Can’t wait or think you’re unlucky?  Click here to get tickets today).

Oh, and BTWs, a few folks have asked how you find out if you win the giveaway?  Check your email on Saturday.  We’ll let you know either way.

To enter to win two tickets to Disaster! click here, and I hope there’s a Disaster! in your future.

Not literally.  I mean . . . oh you get it.


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