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WIN TICKETS - Orlando Bloom in Romeo and Juliet on Broadway

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Sep 12 2013, 8:59am

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Attention Legolas fans!

Actor Orlando Bloom is currently making his Broadway debut (sans blonde wig, we assume) in a new production of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.

This is the first time Romeo and Juliet has been staged on Broadway in 36 years -- and we have THREE pairs of tickets to giveaway to lucky TORn readers!

Bloom's co-star is two-time Tony AwardŽ nominee Condola Rashad, and the production is directed by five-time Tony AwardŽ nominee David Leveaux. The play will open on Broadway on Thursday, September 19, 2013 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre; preview performances have been running since Saturday, August 24, 2013.
How do you enter?

To enter to win one of these three pairs of tickets, all you have to do is follow @RomeoJulietBway on twitter, then send @theonering.net a TWEET!

Simply follow '@RomeoJulietBWay', then tweet:
Please enter me to win tickets to R&J on Broadway! @RomeoJulietBway @theoneringnet #TORnRJ

Tweet us by MONDAY 16th Sept - don't delay! We'll then pick three winners from all the tweets received, and we'll be in touch with those lucky folks to let them know!

The winners will be able to choose tickets for a WEEKDAY performance of their choice (depending on availability) before Nov 1st of this year. (Which means, if you're planning on coming to New York ComicCon, you could go and see Romeo and Juliet on the Wednesday and then come to TORn's party in the Big Apple on the Thursday - more on that soon!)

If you aren't lucky enough to win, you can still buy tickets to see the lovely Orlando on stage! All details of this production can be found here.

Don't forget the #TORnRJ in your tweet! Good luck!

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(This post was edited by entmaiden on Sep 12 2013, 2:45pm)


Sep 12 2013, 7:32pm

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Darn! [In reply to] Can't Post

I don't tweet!


Sep 14 2013, 12:13am

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I don't tweet either! [In reply to] Can't Post

My school of special Ed kids is supposed to read Romeo and Juliet as part of the Common Core Standards now sweeping the nation and I am trying to convince admins to get tix for Broadway ...I teach teens with autism. Some know the story. It would be awesome to get them to the show, but 2pm won't work....I thought of contests or raffles where students could go on weekends....

I work at PS 811X in the Bronx....we are the biggest and best District 75 school in NYC. We have students who know LOTR and Legolas...my fantasy is to have the cast perform a scene on stage in our auditorium for the students, who would love it! Ah, to dream.....but just getting some of them to the show would be fantastic! I think I can convince admins to get tix for a fund raiser...probably every school teaching this is trying for this....


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