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Summertime...Took a little vacation! Three reviews coming soon! Amazing Grace, Hand to God and Mamma Mia!

I hope you'll come back for frequent visits, to see new reviews, to share opinions, to take a survey (or two), and to celebrate the shows and show people that have made the TheatreScene!

Jeff

Monday, November 18, 2013

CONTEST: WIN Tickets to MACBETH at Lincoln Center!

Boy, there sure has been a lot of Shakespeare to choose from this season!  The latest entry in this Bard-a-thon is the Lincoln Center production of Macbeth.  And this one has a lot going for it: the star-power of acclaimed stage and screen actor Ethan Hawke, supported by several Tony nominees,winners and stage favorites, including no less than Richard Easton, Malcolm Gets, John Glover, Brian d'Arcy James, Daniel Sunjata, Byron Jennings and Jonny Orsini.  One of the darkest tragedies of all time, this Macbeth is helmed by legendary director Jack O'Brien.  Now, I am so excited to be able to bring you the chance to win tickets!  Be sure to follow all of the directions, and enter to win by NOON on Sunday, November 24!




ABOUT THE PLAY


In a production drenched in black, and glinting with blood red and dazzling white, MACBETH reveals itself to be Shakespeare's most powerful and darkest nightmare; a terrifying parable for our own time in which we, too, are urged to take more and more chances, whatever the consequences. Shakespeare has the answer: MACBETH is the consequence. We must beware!



THE CONTEST
  • Answer the following three questions.
  • Email the answers to the questions, letter AND answer like this : 1. D. Angela Lansbury
  • Include your full name and city and state.
  • Send the email to jkstheatrescene@yahoo.com with the Subject Heading MACBETH CONTEST

1.  TRUE or FALSE: Macbeth is the only Shakespeare work that has been presented on Broadway as a play, a one-man show, and a musical.
     A. TRUE
     B. FALSE

2.  Director Jack O'Brien has helmed Broadway productions of all of the following EXCEPT:
     A. Henry IV
     B. Hamlet
     C. Twelfth Night
     D. Two Shakespearean Actors

3.  Macbeth takes place in:
     A. England
     B. Scotland
     C. Ireland
     D. Wales

THE FINE PRINT
  • The prize voucher is valid for performances through 12/14/13. It excludes Fri & Sat evenings, and holiday performances: 11/29-12/1. It is good for two tickets.
  • The winner must submit (via fax or email) their request no later than 12/4/2013. The voucher allows the winner to list three dates that work for them in order of preference.
  • Winners of the ticket contests from JK's TheatreScene for Forever Tango, Romeo and Juliet, and A Time to Kill are NOT eligible for this contest.
  • ONE ENTRY per email address.
  • Entries must be received by NOON on Sunday, November 24, 2013.
  • JK's TheatreScene is NOT responsible for lost or late emails, ticket availability, seat location or the absence of any cast members.
Jeff
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