Monday, October 15, 2012

Contest: Win Tickets to The Other Josh Cohen

Update: The contest is now closed. The winner was picked at random. Congratulations Monica!

I am so excited to have a pair of tickets to The Other Josh Cohen to give away. I haven't seen this incarnation yet, but I saw an earlier version called V-Day and it was the most enjoyable show I've ever seen at the New York Musical Festival.

The hilarious Steve Rosen and David Rossmer wrote and star in The Other Josh Cohen, a musical about a man whose apartment is robbed of everything but one Neil Diamond CD. The music is written in the style of Neil Diamond.

Want to win a pair of tickets to the show? There are two ways to enter:
1) Comment on this post telling me what recording artist you would choose to write a musical in the style of and why.
2) Tweet about the contest or retweet one of my tweets about it.

You can enter each way once, for a total of two entries. You must be following on Twitter to win. A winner will be chosen at random from all the entries on Wednesday, October 17 at 10 a.m. Please include your e-mail address or Twitter handle in the comments so I have a way to contact you if you win. Good luck!

$32 tickets (reg. $35) Oct 10th thru Oct 21st
$39 tickets (reg. $65) valid Oct 24th thru Nov 11th

ONLINE: Click here and use code CODERED
 PHONE: Call 212-352-3101 and mention code CODERED
IN PERSON: Bring this offer to the SoHo Playhouse box office


RESTRICTIONS: Offer valid through November 11th. Offer may be revoked at anytime and is subject to availability.  Not valid on prior purchase. Offer cannot be combined with other discounts or promotions; blackout dates and restrictions may apply.  Maximum of 8 tickets total with offer.


Carli N. Wendell said...

John Williams. And it would take place in outer space and it would be SUPER.

Emily said...

In the style of Alan Sharman & Weird Al. I'd call it The Weiredest Als Ever.

Tyler Martins said...

Celine Dion. Can you just imagine the scope of that musical?

Monica said...

I would write a musical in the style of "Erasure". Great, catchy, and dramatic music, yet different from the styling of any other musical out there. @mymusicboxes