The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to Annie on Broadway!
Look who is this week’s giveaway!
It’s that lovable little lady who has is so popular, she has had two Broadway revivals since I moved to NY! (And countless tours!)
If you haven’t see this James Lapine production of Annie (Original Conceiver/Director/Co-Lyricist Martin Charnin has directed most of the other major productions), then you best put on your biggest “smile” (because you’re never fully dressed without it!) and get down to the box office, because this production closes on January 5th. And since there have already been a couple of a revivals in the past twenty years, it will probably be a few more decades before we see another one.
But one of you is going to get to see it for free. Here’s how:
There’s no question that Annie is one of the most popular musicals in the world. Why is it so popular? Here’s a simple multiple choice question for you. Is it:
A) The Kids
B) The Dog
C) The Music
D) The Cartoon it was based on
E) All of the above.
Give me your SAT-like answer in the comments below and you’ll be entered to win (and feel free to expound on your answer!).
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