Win: 2 Tickets to ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ on Broadway!

How would you like to win 2 tickets to see the hilarious Peter and the Starcatcher

The winner of 5 Tony Awards, the show tells the backstory of Peter Pan and his life-long enemy, Captain Hook. I’ve seen the show twice now (at the La Jolla Playhouse when it premiered and in its current run on Broadway) and both times I thought they were fantastic. So, I’m incredibly excited to offer our readers a chance to see this wonderful show!

Giveaway Details

The production has graciously given Daily Actor a pair (2) of tickets to give to one (1) lucky winner. Tickets must be used by November 9th, 2012. 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.

Hurry! Contest ends this Friday!

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