Monday, November 18, 2013

Contest: Win Tickets to Macbeth

Update: The contest is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered. The winner was picked at random. Congratulations @lanewilliamson!

I'll be honest. I have a bit of Macbeth fatigue. It seems like there's a production or two every year. But as soon as the cast for the Lincoln Center Theater production directed by Jack O'Brien was announced, it became a must see. Most exciting for me are Brian d'Arcy James as Banquo and Malcom Gets, John Glover, and Byron Jennings as the witches. Ethan Hawke plays the title role opposite Anne-Marie Duff.

Here's a trailer:

In order to win, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post telling me who in the cast you're most excited to see. You can also tweet about the contest or retweet one of my tweets about it (if you enter this way, you must be following on Twitter to win). You can enter once each way for a total of two entries. A winner will be chosen at random from all the entries on Wednesday, November 20, at 5 p.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!

If you don't win and still want to see the show at a discount, you can use the code MACBLOG89 or use the link here.

13 comments:

Rebecca Cohen said...

Ethan Hawke- the Dead Poets Society man of my dreams.

lw said...
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lw said...

John Glover or Brian d'Arcy James!

@lanewilliamson

Sarah P. said...

I've always had a crush on Ethan Hawke. :)

@ladystardust25

Robb J. said...

John Glover. Always John Glover

At movidude74

SoloZach said...

It's all about Glover, but a little Hawk never hurt anybody.

@SoloZach

Monica C said...

I'm most excited to see Ethan Hawke. @mymusicboxes

Carli N. Wendell said...

John Glover, the unsung champion of Gremlins 2: The New Batch

Kendall Shen said...

Ethan Hawke

Ryan T. said...

Ethan Hawke! :)

@sortathatboy

Drew Factor said...

Brian D'Arcy James

@dfact1

Julie said...

Malcolm Gets! He is so fabulous (hello, Caroline in the City) - it's about time he got something better than STORY OF MY LIFE. @CriticalConfab

MACBETH WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE said...

This RSC effort requires, and deserves, several careful viewings. Nuance is the order of the day, from a heavily Christianized Duncan to a Macduff who (silently) assumes the role of chief caretaker and bodyguard to Duncan.
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