The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to White Rabbit Red Rabbit Off Broadway!

You know what show in NYC has the most stars in its cast?

It ain’t Shuffle Along, or Long Day’s Journey Into Night . . . it’s the new Off Broadway play, White Rabbit Red Rabbit.

We’re talking Nathan Lane, Alan Cumming, Martin Short, Wayne Brady, Brian Dennehy, and a whole bunch more.  This group has more Tonys than a West Side Story convention!

Ok, ok, truth-time . . . all of these cast members don’t appear in the show at once.  In fact, each one has performed the show only one time.

And that’s what makes this Rabbit so unique (and we all know, unique is what works Off Broadway – both artistically and financially).

During each performance of White Rabbit Red Rabbit the actor performs the play in front of the audience with no rehearsal . . . and without ever having read the play.  Seriously.  They experience it with you, as it happens, live.  Exciting right?  Isn’t that what the theater is all about? Watching actors walk on a tightrope . . . and feeling like you’re on that thin wire with them?

Well, the winner of this week’s giveaway will be taking that walk when we award them two free tickets to see a future performance of WRRR!  (upcoming cast members include Rachel Dratch, F. Murray Abraham, and more!)

To enter the rabbit hole, click here.  And good luck.


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