The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to The Last Five Years in Concert!

New York City just can’t get enough of The Last Five Years.

It seems like just a few months ago that Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years was Off Broadway.  Oh wait.  It was.

Well, by popular demand, the new fantastic stars of that Second Stage production are back at it once again, for a concert version at 54 Below to celebrate the release of their new recording!

And would you believe it?  I’ve got two tickets that I’m giving away.

Shocked, aren’t you . . . considering the title of this post is The Sunday Giveaway.

Well, I’m not done yet!  The winner is also gonna get $25 worth of food and drink!  And at NYC nightclub prices, that means like a half a bottle of water and some bread sticks!  (butter not included).  JK, JK, 54 Below.  JK.

Here’s how you win . . . and I know we’ve got a lot of The Last Five Years fans out there . . . so listen up.

What’s amazing about The Last Five Years, is that for the amount of amazing success the show has had all over the world, its original run in NYC and its recent revival weren’t that long.  Its success to run time ratio is like 1000:1.  

Give me the name of a show that you think is similar . . . a Broadway or Off Broadway show whose NYC life may have been short lived, but whose worldwide life has been epic.  Bonus points for your theory on why.

And one of you will win the tickets . . . and the food/beverage.  Yum X 2.

Good luck!

P.S.  If you want tix before they sell out and don’t want to play the “will I win this giveaway” odds, here’s a discount just for my readers.  Click here and save 15% with code KEN15.


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