Win: 2 Tickets for Mike Bartlett’s Hilarious Play, ‘Cock’ (NY AREA)

Mike Bartlett‘s incredibly funny play, Cock, has received tons of great reviews; The New York TimesBen Brantley called it “a terrific comedy with an unprintable name” and our own said that the acting alone was a huge reason to see it.

And we have two tickets to give away!

Starring Jason Butler Harner, Amanda Quaid, Cory Michael Smith and Cotter Smith, the play is about a guy named John. When he and his boyfriend take a break, the last thing he expects is to suddenly meet the woman of his dreams. Now he has a big choice to make. This is the American premiere of the gripping new play by Mike Bartlett. James Macdonald (Top GirlsDying City) directs this Olivier Award-winning production from London’s Royal Court Theatre.



Giveaway Details

The production has graciously given Daily Actor a pair (2) of tickets to give to one (1) lucky winner at The Duke on 42nd Street. New York area only.

How To Enter

To enter this contest, use the widget below. You can enter multiple ways and every friend you refer will get you 5 extra entries. Follow the easy instructions below.

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