The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to Virginia Woolf on Broadway!

A Broadway season wouldn’t be complete without at least one Steppenwolf production  on the boards.

And the other boards, you know, the ones they call “chat,” are already buzzin’ that Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf is one of the plays to see this season.

And you should be pumped, because one of you is going to see this classic for freeeeeeeee!

How do you win two tickets to see Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

This production doesn’t feature any Hollywood stars above it’s title . . . but it does feature a very high profile Steppenwolf cast, including none other than the ambi-talented, Tracy Letts, who wrote that little play that no one ever heard of called August:  Osage County.

A Broadway actor, a Broadway playwright,  and a great one . . . at both!  There aren’t too many folks that can put that on their resume.

But maybe some others should.

What playwright/librettist would you like to see take a turn on the stage? Bonus points for assigning them a role and a show.

For example . . . Arthur Laurents as Herbie in his own Gypsy.  Rose would have listened to him then!  😉

Good luck!
UPDATE:  I forgot to mention . . . the winner of this giveaway not only gets the tickets to the show (which just got a GLORIOUS rave from the NY Times), but they also get an script autographed by Mr. Albee himself!!!


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