Monday, February 17, 2014

Contest: Win Tickets to Bikeman, A 9/11 Play

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

Happy Presidents' Day! What better way to celebrate than with a ticket contest. I'm giving away a pair of tickets to Bikeman at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center. Tom Flynn, a producer for CBS Evening News, was outside his Greenwich Village home when he witnessed the first plane hit the World Trade Center. He jumped on his bike and sped down to report the story. This play, which stars Robert Cuccioli, tells Tom's story.

In honor of Presidents' Day, for a contest entry, leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite play or musical which features a president as a major or minor character. 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 Thursday, February 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 tickets, you can still see the show for $39* with this special offer:
There are three ways to purchase:
1. Visit, select your tickets, go to check out, and enter code BIKERRM
2. Call 212-220-1460 and use code BIKERRM
3. Bring a printout of this offer to BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center- 199 Chambers Street

RESTRICTIONS: *Regularly $59-$79.  Offer valid on performances 1/26/14-4/20/14 only.  Restrictions and blackout dates may apply.  Offer subject to change at any time.  All phone and web orders may be subject to additional fees.  Phone hours 12PM-6PM.  Pricing not valid on previously purchased tickets.  The Producers of Bikeman proudly support the 9/11 Memorial by donating 7.5% from each ticket sold after deducting federal and admission taxes; group, credit card and automated ticket commissions; subscription fees; sums paid to theatrical union pension, health/welfare and annuity funds; and receipts from Actors’ Fund benefit performances.


Anonymous said...

1776 of course! Features future presidents Adams, Jefferson, Washington (in notes they receive)

dlevy said...