The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to Rantoul and Die and a free Frozen Yogurt!

Oh, the Amoralists are at it again!

Not only do they have a new play by Mark Roberts, and therefore two free tickets for a fortunate reader, they also have a little bonus to give away as well (kind of like on those late-night informercials that give you the pair of scissors and a plastic statue of a gnome when you buy the whole set of steak knives).  Yep, from the company that gave away a gun (!), a flask . . . now comes two tickets to see Rantoul and Die . . . and a gift card for a free frozen yogurt from Victory Garden in the West Village.

It’s Dinner Dessert Theater!

Here’s how the FroYo figures into the plot of Rantoul and Die:

Rallis and Debbie’s marriage has reached its expiration date. In fact, it’s soured and stuck to the bottom of the carton. She wants him to pack his stuff and hit the bricks, but he’s clinging to the past like a cat on a screen door. How far will a man go to hang onto his lady? It’s a thin line between love and hate. A kiss and a punch. An ice cream cone and a beer bottle to the back of the head.

Alright, who wants yogurt?!?!?

Here’s how to win:

I’ve often said that our customers on Broadway and Off Broadway are not price resistant.  They are value resistant.

So, what do you think the most valuable extra add-on is that we could give to our customers to help them convert into a ticket buyer?  Free parking?  Early admission to the theater?  Backstage tour?

Go on, get creative . . . it can be anything . . . even a statue of a plastic gnome?  Comment below what you think could sell more Broadway tickets and one of you will get to eat some sweet cold custardy dessert . . . and see a new play too!


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