The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812

You know what I love about Off Broadway as opposed to Broadway?

Broadway is exclusionary.  If you’re not performing in one of its 40 venues, you’re not a Broadway show.

But Off Broadway? Heck, put up a tent in the Meatpacking District (or a Prom at a nightclub), and you’re in.

The tent I’m talking about is the one that was erected for Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 . . . the brand new environmental eat-and-drink-while-you-watch musical that took the city by storm this summer, garnering a great review from the NY Times, and a heck of a lot of buzz on top of it.

That tent is coming down, however, in just a few weeks (the last performance is 9/1) . . . but not before we give away a pair of tickets to see The Comet in all its vodka-infused glory!

So how do you win?

To call The Great Comet “dinner theater” seems a little odd, considering those two words conjure up images of Hello Dolly! with a cast of six and bad Chicken Cacciatore.

But it is true . . . like Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, the food and drink at The Comet is part of the atmosphere and part of the fun.  You’re in Russia.  So eat like the Russians.

Give me another example of a play or musical in the comment section below, where the food and drink would be part of the action.  For example, Carnival . . . with carney eats and treats while you watch.  

Get it?


Go for it!


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