The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to Trip of Love Off Broadway!

Get ready to get grooooooovy, baby . . . because this week, I’m giving away tickets to a new musical featuring songs from the 60s . . . Trip of Love!

Trip of Love just started previews over at the newly christened “Stage 42” (formerly the Little Shubert), which technically makes it an Off Broadway show.

But being a little familiar with the show, I can tell you that if you’re really talking “technically,” well, this show is a bigger than a lot of Broadway shows.

Trip could easily be the biggest Off Broadway show ever . . . seriously . . . ever.  We’re talking a cast of 20+, about six costumes per each of those cast members, and a hot air balloon.

And one of you is going for a trip . . .

So how do you win the two free tickets we’re giving away?

Trip of Love is a journey through the 60s through through song and dance.

Play creator for a second . . . and imagine someone comes to you looking for a show based on a decade and its music.  What other decade could we take a trip through using song and dance?

Pick a decade . . .

And . . .

Pick a title.  🙂

Get it?  Got it?  Good . . . luck!

 

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