The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to Forbidden Broadway!
For the past year, something just hasn’t felt right on Broadway.
Some say it was the weather. Some say it was the massive amounts of construction in Times Square.
I say it was that for the first time in decades, Forbidden Broadway wasn’t running.
But fear not, fellow Shubert Alley Citizens, FB is back, and poking fun at us all and keeping our (enormous) egos in check.
This brand new production of Forbidden Broadway has been in previews at a theater that bears a certain blogger’s surname (that’s right The Davenport!) since February 22nd and officially opens on May 4th.
Why the long preview process? Why, to make sure they could see every single one of the new musicals opening this spring so they could spread the lampooning amongst them all.
Expect bits about Bridges, and Rocky and my favorite, the good ol’ Les Miz parody. (“At the end of the play, you’re another day older!”)
And one of you can expect to go for free because we’ve got two tickets to give away!
Here’s how you win:
FB parodies musicals. Now it’s your turn.
Pick a show lyric. Any lyric. Rewrite it, making fun of that musical.
My favorite wins.
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