The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to A Persistent Memory Off-Broadway!

One of the coolest things on the website for the new play A Persistent Memory is that it asks you to tell a story from your life about a chance encounter that led to something extraordinary.

It’s crazy to think about all the reasons you are where you are right now.  I think of life like a pinball machine . . . with bumpers pushing you one place or another.  You meet someone who recommends you for something who recommends you for something else.

Me specifically . . . well, I told you the story of how this man recommended me for a Production Assistant position that eventually led to me . . . well, typing this blog.  If I hadn’t taken that man’s class, where would I be today???

Chance encounters and their repercussions are fascinating to think about . . . which make them fascinating fodder for a play . . . a play like A Persistent Memory, perhaps, starting performances May 27th at Theatre Row.

And because you’re having a chance encounter with me right now, you could win two tickets, and who knows who’ll you’ll be sitting next to, or who you’ll see on the subway, or who . . . man, it’s just amazing to think of all the potential out there.

So enter to win the tickets . . . there’s a chance you’ll win . . . and a chance you’ll meet someone who will change your life as a result.  🙂

Enter today!


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