Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Win Tickets to "The Anthem," A New Sci-Fi Musical Based on Ayn Rand's Novella

You probably remember reading Anthem in high school or college, Ayn Rand's novella that addresses the notions of individuality vs. collectivism in a dystopian futuristic society. Now you can see it come to life as never before, on the stage with music, dancing, a disco ball, glittery costumes, acrobatics, and a protagonist you'll want to root for, fittingly named "Prometheus". The Anthem opens on May 20 at the Lynn Redgrave Theater at 45 Bleecker Street.

From The Anthem's creators: "Hunger Games meets Ayn Rand in a world where individuality is illegal. Prometheus abandons everything to confront the State -- controlled by the overlord of evil efficiency, Tiberius. With a forbidden copy of Ayn Rand's ancient tome in hand, can Prometheus overthrow the system?"

One WGINY reader will win a voucher good for two tickets to The Anthem. Win tickets by coming up with a song title you think could be fitting for the musical score of The Anthem and emailing it to One winner will be selected by 5pm on May 16th.

Even if you don't win, you can still score a great deal by using code ANTRRM when purchasing tickets online, or mentioning ANTRRM by phone call to 866.811.4111, or at the theater's box office, which opens two hours before performances. With this special offer, tickets are just $39 from May 20 to May 28 (regularly $60), and just $45 from May 30 to July 6 (regularly $64). Start this summer off radically!

Follow The Anthem on twitter for show updates and photos. 

CONTEST RESTRICTIONS: Winner will receive a ticket voucher redeemable for two tickets to a performance of his/her choice. Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply. Winner must not have won any WGINY contest nor contributed any guest articles to WGINY for the previous six months.

DEAL RESTRICTIONS: Subject to availability. Maximum of 12 tickets per order. Not valid on prior purchases. Offer cannot be combined with other discounts or promotions. Additional blackout dates and restrictions may apply. No refunds or exchanges. Offer may be revoked at any time. Standard service fees apply to all phone and internet orders. 

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations to reader Katherine K. from Bronxville, NY, who has won the voucher for "The Anthem". Her song title was "I am Prometheus, I am light".