The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to Fuerza Bruta Off Broadway!

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People ask me what works in today’s challenging Off Broadway environment all the time.  And my answer is always one word:  unique.

And that would explain why Fuerza Bruta, from the creators of another show with a name that no one knew what it meant (De La Guarda), has been running at the Daryl Roth Theatre for 6 (!) years.

Alas, all unique things must come to an end, and FB just announced that their final NYC performance will be on January 5th, 2014.  That leaves only a few weeks left for you to see the show, if you haven’t seen it already.

And we’re going to get one of you in there for free.

Here’s how you can win two tickets to see Fuerza Bruta:

Let’s face it.  It’s a weird name.  But a unique one, right?  As much as I’m a believer in choosing a title that tells your customers what you’re about, if you’re courageous and powerful enough, sometimes the opposite works (e.g. Google).

And what the heck does it mean anyway?

Well, you’re going to tell me.  Come up with your own unique definition of Fuerza Bruta, and then use it in a sentence, and you’ll be entered to win.  Need an example?

Fuerza Bruta (noun):  A frozen beverage featuring cheap champagne and tang.  ex. “Oh man, I got so wasted on Fuerza Brutas last night, I threw up orange all morning.”

And yes, this could be my most random contest ever.  And the most fun.

Happy defining!

 

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