Win tickets to opening weekend of ‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder’
You can win a pair of tickets to opening weekend of Selma Arts Center’s “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.” This recent Broadway smash hit musical is a comic romp about a struggling English chap who learns he in the line of succession for an earldom — but only if he knocks off all the relatives ahead of him. Randy Kohlruss plays a plethora of members of the D’Ysquith family, guaranteeing 1) laughs; and 2) some of the quickest costume changes you’ve ever seen. The play opens Friday, March 22 and runs through Saturday, March 30.
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To enter this giveaway, leave a reply on this post (see below) answering this question: How many people would you be willing to kill to become an earl? (Or, if you’d prefer not to reveal your latent homicidal tendencies, just tell us why you’d like to see the show.) In your entry, tell us which performance on opening weekend you’d like to attend: 7 p.m. Friday, March 22; 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday, March 23; or 2 p.m. Sunday, March 24. Deadline to enter is 5 p.m Thursday, March 21. The winner will be picked at random and notified by email.
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