The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to A Room of My Own, starring Ralph Macchio and Mario Cantone!
Sometimes it doesn’t even matter what the show is about. When you hear the headliners are Ralph Macchio and Mario Cantone, you just know it’s going to be funny.
Oh, and then you find out it’s the story of a “kid” (note: no karate before that word) growing up in an eccentric Italian American family in 1970s Greenwich Village?
If it wasn’t a new play written and directed by Charles Messina now in previews at the Abingdon Theatre Company, then it’d be a brand new sitcom you’d be turning off The Bachelor to see.
(Insider alert: I’ve already received three emails from separate parties asking me if I was checking this show out, which tells me there’s a lot of buzz about this baby.)
But it ain’t no sitcom. It’s a brand new American play debuting Off Broadway. And an Atari figures into the plot.
What more could you want?
How about a couple of free tickets???
To win tickets to A Room Of My Own, all you have to do is click here.
Good luck. Or as eccentric Italians would say in the 1970s, “@#$% you!”
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