Want to Win Tickets to the New Broadway Musical ‘It Shoulda Been You’?

It Shoulda Been You is a new Broadway musical comedy about a wedding that doesn’t quite go off as planned. It stars Sierra Boggess (Phantom of the Opera), Tyne Daly (Mothers and Sons), David Burtka (Gypsy). Making his Broadway directorial debut is the one and only David Hyde Pierce. Previews begin March 17, and opening is set for April 14. Check out the video of the cast talking about the show above!

Want to win tickets? Over the next ten weeks, It Shoulda Been You will be giving away tickets to the show at the official website. Users will be able to gain multiple entries to the contest by performing different tasks on social media and by sharing their wedding stories. Each week one lucky individual will receive a pair of tickets to Broadway previews. Additionally, one lucky winner will receive an original song written for them by Brian Hargrove (Book & Lyrics) and Barbara Anselmi (Music) based on the story they submitted.

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