Monday, April 11, 2011

Play Dead - Spook Show Off-Broadway GIVEAWAY!

Does a good night out for you involve being plunged in the dark and being surrounded by ghosts? Do you year for the old midnight spook shows of decades past?  Are you a fan of the more twisted half of Penn & Teller (he created the show with performer Todd Robbins).  

The new off-Broadway show takes place in the West Village of NYC.  Reviewers are hailing it hilarious, scary, old-school and a lot of fun... I myself will be attending a show soon to give you a first-hand account of my own.  

Care to join me?  I am giving away a pair of tickets to a lucky reader who comments after this post.  Just tell me which ghost you would like to meet in person when you call Death out to play... (Dates are flexible and by reservation).

If you didn't win, you can see the show at a major discount...The Courtesan has secured a discount for tickets below:

$39.50 TICKETS (reg. $69.50)
Saturday @ 10 pm and Sunday @ 7 pm

$44.50 TICKETS (reg. $69.50)
Tuesday- Friday @ 8 pm, Saturday @ 7 pm & Sunday @ 3 pm

Performance schedule:
Tues-Fri at 8pm |Sat at 7pm & 10pm |Sun at 3pm & 7pm

ONLINE: Visit www.ticketmaster.com and use code PLAYDEAD

PHONE: Call 800.982.2787 and mention code PLAYDEAD

IN PERSON: Print out a copy of this offer and visit The Players Theatre Box Office – 115 MacDougal Street (Between West 3rd Street & Minetta Lane)

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: www.PlayDeadNYC.com

*Offer valid through 5/1/11. Offer is subject to availability and may be revoked at any time. Blackout dates may apply.  Normal service charges apply to online and phone orders. No exchanges or refunds.  All sales are final.  Cannot be combined with other offers.  Not valid for prior purchases.  Limit 8 tickets per order. Schedule subject to change. 


 Winner will be chosen on Friday, April 15th, 2011

CONGRATULATIONS THEO!  YOU ARE OUR WINNER.

4 comments:

Theo said...

Well, obviously relatives but if I could pick one just for fun out of a hat it'd be Harry Houdini - he probably would make one fascinating ghost.

Wow - really enjoying this concept - such a thrilling way to 'invigorate" the theater.

theredcloak [at] gmail [dot] com

Matteo said...

This such a great concept of theatre!

Man... calling out Thomas Jefferson would be cool ... would love to hear his opinion of what became of the country he helped create.

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atom said...

I would enjoy meeting the ghost of Houdini!
have q great show!

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