Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Win Tickets to F#%KING UP EVERYTHING

Get Your Heart On
WIN TWO TICKETS A NEW ROCK MUSICAL COMEDY!

I first heard of F#%king Up Everything when it was at NYMF a couple of years ago. It got rave reviews from friends as an indie rock musical with a lot of heart and a stellar team behind it (music and lyrics by David Eric Davis and book by David Eric Davis and Sam Forman). If you, like me, missed this show at NYMF, you have the opportunity to rectify the situation by catching it Off-Broadway at the Elektra Theatre with a sparkling cast, starting March 15th. And, dear reader, I am here to offer you a chance to score 2 tickets for free:

To enter, all you have to do is:
CONTEST RESTRICTIONS: Winner will receive a ticket voucher redeemable for two tickets to a performance of his/her choice through April 27, 2013.  Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply.

Here are more deets from the show:


F#%KING UP EVERYTHING is a rock musical comedy with bongs, thongs and indie rock songs. It's also an old-fashioned boy-meets-girl love story. When these Brooklyn hipsters aren’t true to who they are, they ruin everything. Especially children’s puppeteer Christian Schwartzelberg when he meets singer-songwriter Juliana, the girl of his dreams.

Featuring a young cast of Broadway's rising stars including Max Crumm (Grease), Jason Gotay (Bring It On), George Salazar (Godspell), and Dawn Cantwell (NYMF's Next Broadway Sensation), a score that rocks the house, and an award winning book by David Eric Davis and Sam Forman, F#%KING UP EVERYTHING will keep you on the edge of your seat and leave you with a “heart on” for days on end.


"This musical stands out as a fun, rocking show!" 
Backstage


PERFORMANCES BEGIN MARCH 15th!

The Elektra Theatre
669 8th Avenue @ 42nd Street

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