The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to The Two-Character Play.
When Tennessee Williams titled The Two-Character Play, he was obviously in his “obvious” period.
He was also in his “I’m a genius playwright” period, because he called The Two-Character Play his most “lovely play since Streetcar.”
And we’re giving away two tickets to this “lovely” and starry Off Broadway production at New World Stages!
Two Character’s two actors are Tony Award Winner Amanda Plummer and Oscar Nominated Brad Dourif, who play . . . well, two actors in a two character play. (Obviously)
How do you win tickets to see these two fantastic actors play two actors?
We’ve seen some great twosomes on stage in the last few years. Mandy and Patti. Debra Winger and Patti. (That Patti gets around.) Liza and Alan.. And now Plummer and Dourif.
Put together a gruesome twosome that you’d like to see share a stage. You know, give me two people that would complement each other perfectly, or hate each other madly. And you can include the living, or the non. And don’t be afraid to go outside the biz. Extra credit if you title the show.
For example, “Bill and Monica in . . .The Devil with the Blue Dress On.”
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