This giveaway is now closed.
Stephen Karam’s “Sons of the Prophet” racked up all kinds of awards before it ever made its way to Fayetteville as part of TheatreSquared’s seventh season last week.
It was a 2012 finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in Drama, it recently won the 2012 Lucille Lortel and New York Drama Critics awards for Best Play. It also won a 2012 Outer Critics Circle award, and a 2012 Drama Desk Award.
As we mentioned last week, TheatreSquared does not shy away from the good stuff, but “Sons of the Prophet” may just be the freshest, most award-winning show the local company has ever performed.
At the very least, artistic director Robert Ford says is one of the “smartest, funniest and deeply felt new works that has been written in this decade.”
That’s some pretty high praise.
We have two pairs of tickets to give away to the closing night performance on Sunday, March 3.
Try to win ’em.
How to enter
Leave a comment telling us the name of the best show you’ve ever seen to this point in your life (it could be a play, musical, a band, or any other type of performance), and you’re entered.
What you’ll win
Two (2) winners will receive two (2) tickets each to the Sunday, March 3 performance of TheatreSquared’s “Sons of the Prophet.”
A few rules (read ‘em carefully):
- You may enter this specific contest once.
- This contest is open to anyone anywhere except Fayetteville Flyer writers, TheatreSquared employees, and their immediate family members.
- Contest is open until 12 p.m. (noon) CST on Friday, Feb. 22
Make sure you leave a valid e-mail address when filling out the comment form since that’s how we’ll contact you if you’ve won. Once we notify the winners, you’ll have 24 hours to respond via email to claim your prize.
- You’ll have to provide us with your first and last name (if you win) and then be prepared to show a valid photo ID when picking up your tickets.
Winners names will be posted here once they’ve been notified and have responded.
Thanks to TheatreSquared for sponsoring this contest. For more information about this performance or to purchase tickets, visit theatre2.org.