The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to See Ramin “Phantom” Karimloo!

We all know that sequels on Broadway   . . . well . . .  blow.  There hasn’t been one yet that has broken this age-old tradition of sucking that I wrote about here.

Phantom II had the best shot of them all, but unfortunately it too fell prey to the unfortunate curse of the sequel.

But there was at least one great thing that came out of Love Never Dies and that was the performance of Ramin Karimloo.  It was his performance of the Phantom’s big song in this video that got me jazzed about the show, and crossing my fingers that it would make it to Broadway, and play just a few blocks away from its birth-mother.

It didn’t.

But guess who did?

Ramin is stateside for 3 performances from August 1st – 3rd singing tunes from his latest album, Human Heart, as well as covering a collection of Broadway tunes, and, you can bet that he’s going to wrap his voice around some Phantom tunes as well.

And one of you is going to check it out for free.

Wanna win?  Here’s how:

What Broadway (or West End) performer would you like to see give a cabaret performance?  Who do you want to get up-close-and-personal with?  Who do you want to hear sing a tune, and more importantly, speak some patter?

Tell me who . . . living or dead . . . and bonus points if you name the show. Example:   Barry Manilow, I wrote the songs and now you’re gonna listen to ’em.



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