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Off-Broadway Ticket Giveaway: Win Free Tickets To ANY TWO 20at20 Shows

20at20LogoUpdate: Bridget Rooney is the winner of the random drawing for the two pairs of free tickets.

20at20 runs through September 22nd.

Ticket Giveaway: Win tickets to any two shows on the list of 20at20.

The 20at20 program is a bi-annual celebration of Off-Broadway.  From now until September 22, 2013, some 40 participating Off-Broadway shows will offer $20 tickets at the box office, 20 minutes before curtain. (Certain restrictions apply.)

To promote the program, I’m offering the winner of this contest TWO pairs of tickets. Pick any two shows from the list below.

To enter the contest, look at the list of shows below, all of them participants in the 20at20 program, and explain which two you want to see.–AND WHY

Please remember to say WHY

1. Please put your answer in the comments at the bottom of this blog post, because the winner will be chosen through Random.org based on the order of your reply, not its content.

But you must answer the question fully, or your entry will not be approved for submission.

2. Please include in your answer your Twitter name and follow my Twitter feed at @NewYorkTheater so that I can send you a direct message. (If you don’t have a Twitter name, create one. It’s free.)

3. This contest ends Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at midnight Eastern Time, and I will make the drawing no later than noon the next day. You must respond to my direct message on Twitter within 24 hours or I will choose another winner.

You must also be in New York able to attend one of the eligible performances.

(Since I’m choosing by the order in which you submit, please do not write me more than once.  Make sure you have all the requirements — such as your Twitter name — before submitting. All submissions have to be approved, so you won’t necessarily see your entry right away. Please be patient.)

Participating shows include:

Accidental Pervert
13th Street Repertory Theater
50 West 13th Street
www.theaccidentalpervert.com
It’s Just Sex
Actors Temple Theatre
339 West 47th Street
www.itsjustsexplay.com
Around the World in 80 Days
The New Theater at 45th Street
354 W 45th Street
www.AroundTheWorldInNYC.com
Me and Jezebel
Snapple Theater Center
210 West 50th Street
www.MeandJezebelthePlay.com
Avi Hoffman’s Still Jewish After All These Years
Stage 72/The Triad NYC
158 West 72nd Street
www.stilljewishtheshow.com
NEWSical The Musical
Theatre Row – The Kirk Theatre
410 West 42nd Street
www.NEWSicalTheMusical.com
Avenue Q
New World Stages
251 West 30th Street
www.avenueq.com
Perfect Crime
Snapple Theater Center
210 West 50th Street
www.perfect-crime.com
The Awesome 80s Prom
The Wall
251 West 30th Street
www.awesome80sprom.com
Peter and The Starcatcher
New World Stages-Stage 1
340 West 50th Street
www.peterandthestarcatcher.com
Bayside! The Saved By The Bell Musical!
Theatre 80
80 Saint Marks Place
www.baysidethemusical.com
Philip Goes Forth
The Mint Theater Company
311 West 43rd Street, 3rd Floor
www.minttheater.org
My Big Gay Italian Funeral
St. Luke’s Theatre
308 West 46th Street
www.biggayitalianfuneral.com
Piggy Nation The Musical
Snapple Theater Center
210 West 50th Street
www.piggynationnyc.com
My Big Gay Italian Wedding
St. Luke’s Theatre
308 West 46th Street
www.biggayitalianwedding.com
Pinkalicious The Musical
The Culture Project
45 Bleecker Street
www.pinkaliciousthemusical.com
Bill W. and Dr. Bob
Soho Playhouse
15 Vandam Streetwww.billwanddrbob.com
Sam Eaton’s The Quantum Eye – Mentalism and Magic Show
Theatre 80
80 Saint Marks Place
www.TheQuantumEye.com
Black Angels Over Tuskegee
Actors Temple Theatre
339 West 47th Street
www.blackangelsovertuskegee.com
Sistas: The Musical
St. Luke’s Theatre
308 West 46th Street
www.sistasthemusical.com
Breakfast with Mugabe
The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theater at Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street
www.breakfastwithmugabe.com
Tennessee Williams’ The Two Character Play
New World Stages-Stage 5
340 West 50th Street
www.thetwocharacterplay.com
Cougar The Musical
St. Luke’s Theatre
308 West 46th Street
www.cougarthemusical.com
The Berenstain Bears LIVE
Manhattan Movement and Arts Center (MMAC)
248 W. 60th Street
www.BerenstainBearsLive.com
Dueling Pianos
The Wall
251 West 30th Street
www.nycduelingpianos.net
The Fantasticks
Snapple Theater Center
210 West 50th Street
www.fantasticksonbroadway.com
Fancy Nancy The Musical
Vital Theatre Company
2162 Broadway, 4th Floor
www.vitaltheatre.org/fancynancy-2012.php
The Hatmaker’s Wife
The Peter Jay Sharp Theater
416 West 42nd Street
www.playwrightsrealm.org
Final Analysis
The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theater at Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street
www.finalanalysistheplay.com
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
St. Luke’s Theatre
308 West 46th Street
www.narniaoffbroadway.com
Fuerza Bruta
Daryl Roth Theatre
101 E. 15th Street
www.fuerzabrutanyc.com
The Wonderful Wizard of Song: The Music of Harold Arlen
St. Luke’s Theatre
308 West 46th Street
www.thewonderfulwizardofsong.com
Gazillion Bubble Show
New World Stages-Stage 2
340 West 50th Street
www.gazillionbubbleshow.com
THOKOZA: I Sing For Freedom
Baruch Performing Arts Center
555 Lexington Avenue
www.thokoza.org
Harbor
Primary Stages at 59E59 Theaters
59 East 59th Street
www.Primarystages.org/harbor
Unbroken Circle
St. Luke’s Theatre
308 West 46th Street
www.unbrokencircletheplay.com
Hollow
Players Theatre
115 MacDougal Street
www.hollowthemusical.com
Women or Nothing
Atlantic Theater Company
336 West 20th Streetwww.atlantictheater.org
iLuminate: Artist of Light
New World Stages-Stage 4
340 West 50th Street
www.iluminate.com

 


For a selective guide to Off-Broadway shows opening this season, check out my Off-Broadway Fall 2013 Guide

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Jonathan Mandell is a 3rd generation NYC journalist, who sees shows, reads plays, writes reviews and sometimes talks with people.

21 Responses to Off-Broadway Ticket Giveaway: Win Free Tickets To ANY TWO 20at20 Shows

  1. I would love to see Bayside (as it looks hilarious, and I enjoyed their Jessie Spano, April Kidwell, in Showgirls: The Musical from the same creators!), and Harbour, which I hear is wonderful from friends who have seen it (and I like Randy Harrison, who I believe is in it). @ladystardust25 on Twitter

  2. ..I would like to see ¨Bill W & Dr Bob¨,because I¨ve spent more than 5 years without drinking, once upon in my life, nowadays I am so pleased whit IPA beers,. And SISTAS, which sinopsis makes me think they have real moving and hilarant moments all along the show..on TWITTER csrt_jc

  3. kathy K says:

    I would like to see Women or Nothing – I love the Coen brothers and have heard very positive reviews of this production! I also want to see Peter and the Starcatcher. I’ve always been interested in seeing this, since it first appeared off broadway, then on broadway, now off broadway again, but somehow never got around to it – this time I will! I love the Peter Pan story. My mother told me she saw Peter Pan starring Mary Martin when she was pregnant with me!.

    My twitter name is @katruns26point2

    thanks

  4. Nicole Wright says:

    I would love to see Avenue Q because it’s hilarious and I’m going through a Princeton phase right now getting out of college. Additionally, I love Peter and the Starcatcher. The show never fails to make me laugh but also gives me an inspiring feeling.

    Twitter: @Nicole_M_Wright

  5. Leslie Huynh says:

    I would love to see Around the World because the book fascinated me so much, and who doesn’t love the movie with Jackie Chan like come on? Also Peter and the Starcatcher because the Broadway production was so fantastic, and I would like to see how this cast goes about playing the characters. @hrhchriscoifer on twitter 🙂

  6. peg says:

    Harbor because hey Randy Harrison isin itand Women or Nothing…story of my life! @pegc4

  7. bleepmag says:

    I would live to Bayside and iLuminate because interesting and innovative theatre needs to be supported!
    @RyanCBrinson

  8. lourdes pagan says:

    I would like to see Unbroken Circle and iLuminate: Artist of Light. Unbroken Circles makes me think of all the family secrets that exist in my family. Right now the “Godmother” of the family is very sick. I would hope for a death bed confession but I think she is taking one very Big Family secret to the grave.
    I picked iLuminate: Artist of Light.as my other chose since my Daughter-in-law loves art and Music, if I won I would take her with me to see the show.She is 7 months pregnant and is Mom to a two year old. Even though I help her out she can use a break. Heck we could both use the break. Lourdes @PiscesMist

  9. Emely says:

    What a wonderful giveaway!
    I would love to see Women or nothing because Ethan Cohen is one of my favorite playwrights and I always get inspired by him and his stories. Would also love to see Fuerza Bruta beacuse I want to experience something new and amazing.. @EmelyDrugge

  10. Jose Solis says:

    I’d love to see “Bayside! The Saved By The Bell Musical!” because April Kidwell can do no wrong (seriously, her Nomi Malone in “Showgirls” was brilliant!) and “Fuerza Bruta” because it sounds pretty awesome. @josekicksass

  11. Migdalia Pizarro says:

    I would like to see iLuminate. I would like to see a show that takes you on a surreal, “illuminating”, fantasy like journey where you can ooh and ahh and forget the real world for a little bit. @Siwckc

  12. abe calimag says:

    i would like to see bayside because i love me some kelly kapowski, and avenue q because puppet sex. @panic13b

  13. Bridget Rooney says:

    I would love to see Tennessee Williams’ The Two Character Play. I’m a huge fan of Tennessee Williams and have loved all of his work I’ve read. I would also love to see Women or Nothing. The storyline seems interesting and I am interested to see Ethan Cohen’s work as a playwright.

    @bridg4491

  14. Kyle Morales says:

    I would love to see Sistas the musical because the show looks like so much fun! I would certainly sing-a-long and dance to all of the songs! The second show that I would love to see is the fantasticks because the show has been out for so many years and I would love to see what all of the hype is about! @kyledmorales

  15. I would like to see Tennessee Williams’s “The Two Character Play”. I am a fan of his plays and I feel that his works speaks for itself. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is another one I would like to see. I did my own gospel musical “All God’s Children Got Shoes” at St. Luke’s in 2007 to a sell out audience. I like the magic of the Lion, Witch and Wardrobe and the quaintness of St. Luke’s

  16. YCC (@yccresearch) says:

    I would like to see iLuminate: Artist of Light. I am intrigued to see a show that showcases the combination of technology (key point), dance, and music. Besides, many of my friends have recommended this show! @yccresearch

  17. I would love to see the Unbroken Circle, as I am a huge fan of Seth Rudetsky and would like to see this work in progress. I would also love to see Fuerza Bruta, as after a long week of craziness, I could use the rush and release of energy. @bbwithpickles

  18. Megan says:

    I would love to see Peter and the Starcatcher. 🙂 I saw it on Broadway and it had me laughing the entire time! It was such an amazing show and I would love to see it with a different cast. I would also want to see Unbroken Circle. Seth Rudetsky is a genius and I would love to see this show! @sassafrass227

  19. Margarita Viera says:

    I would like to see Unbroken Circles because of its plot involves family secrets and I’m a fan of Seth Rudetsky and Eve Plumb. I also would like to see iLuminate: Artist of Light because I’m a fan of innovative theatre! @margaritaviera

  20. Michele W says:

    I would like to see The Fantasticks and Peter and the Starcatcher. The Fantasticks because it is a classic off-broadway show that has been running forever and I have never seen it; also because it brings back memories of the fabulous Jerry Orbach singing “Try to Remember.” Peter and the Starcatcher because all of my friends who have seen it tell me that is one show I must see; and also because I have always had a soft spot in my heart for anything Peter Pan related. @MicheleW_86

  21. Mike says:

    Would love to see Bayside! as I simly LOVE Saved by the Bell, even though I saw it in syndication, Soemthing I did see was Peter and the Starcatcher, but would love to see it again in a more intimate space as I felt the show was best written that way.

    @mfhallinan

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