ReviewFromTheHouse.com is pleased to award two tickets each for opening night of the Upintheair and Genus Theatre Production of A Tomb With a View to the first 2 people who email email@example.com with the answer to this question: The title of A Tomb with a View is a humorous allusion to the book title, A Room with A View. Who is the author of the book and who is the author of the play?
A TOMB WITH A VIEW premieres at Studio 1398 on Granville Island this October 25th at 8:00. pm and runs October 25, 2012 – November 3, 2012: 8:00pm (Matinee 2pm Oct 28)
Roast chicken is one of my favorite home cooked comfort foods. It evokes memories of my mom-in-law's famous Sunday lunches where my husband and his brothers would vie to top each other's stories, and we would sit around the table and laugh till our sides ached. A great way to roast chicken at home is to use a rotisserie. You can flavour it with your favorite herbs and spices and control the fat and salt content.
Answer these trivia questions for a chance to win two tickets to the outstanding production of Death of A Salesman, currently running at the Vancouver Playhouse.
The original Broadway production of Death of A Salesman opened at the Morosco Theatre on February 10, 1949.
It won the Tony Award for Best Play, Author (Arthur Miller), Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Arthur Kennedy), Best Scenic Design (Jo Mielziner), Producer - Dramatic (Kermit Bloomgarden), and Director (Elia Kazan), as well as the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play.
1) Who is the actor who originated the role of Willy Loman, yet did not get the 1949 Tony Award for best Actor
2) a. Who did get the award for best actor ?
and b. for what play?
3) What stands today in Times Square on the site of the old Morosco Theatre?
I can hardly wait till June 30th to find out what is in my Ticketpalooza! "mystery" ticket package. What on earth is Ticketpalooza, you may ask?
Ticketpalooza, organized by the Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance aims to raise the visibility of the work of Lower Mainland theatre companies, large and small, through an online fundraiser selling tickets to a variety of shows.
There are 40 "mystery" ticket packages, donated by over 45 theatre companies are NOW AVAILABLE for you to purchase at price points of $50 and $200, with values of at least these amounts. All packages include tickets to GVPTA member company theatre productions, and many also include dinner or drinks at a local area restaurants. $200 packages may also include additional theatre tickets, entrée to other cultural events, and/or hotel stays at some of the best hotels in town!
When the online sale closes on June 30, the content of each of the packages that have been sold will be revealed to the buyers. And the fun will begin.