Ticket Giveaway to Clinton, The Musical

Clinton, The Musical
Clinton, The Musical

As you know I saw Clinton, The Musical last week

This week I’m giving away a pair of tickets to the show!  They’re valid for a performance now through to June 3rd.

To win, just comment below and tell me the name of one actor who has played President Clinton – on stage or in film –  whose performance stands out in your memory.

For an additional entry, tweet this:

I entered to win a pair of tickets to see @ClintonMusical via @nycurbanlife  #ClintontheMusical 

Winner will be selected randomly. The winner will receive two tickets, which will be held at the box office day of show in your name.  This giveaway will end on Wednesday, May 27th at 9am EST.

Winner will be posted here, on NYCUrbanLife Twitter feed and via email and will have 24 hours to accept their prize.

Disclosure: I was compensated to write this post.  


Broadway Sings at PS166

Broadway Sings at PS166

PS166, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, has a long history of musical theatre with its highest profile graduate Richard Rogers, the school’s namesake, inspiring arts integration into the school curriculum. In recent years Broadway performer parents have organized a musical show at the school to raise funds for programs that would otherwise have been cut by city budget tightening.

This years musical performance will be held on Sunday, February 10 at 6:00pm. The repertoire will include some of Broadway’s favorite love songs sung by favorite Broadway stars.

Tickets are on sale; you can purchase tickets online http://bit.ly/Vz1Ao3.

Sunday, February 10, 2013, 6pm.
Seating is on a first come first served basis.

$15 – Kids
$30 – Adults
$100 – Premium Front Row seats with a “Meet and Greet” with the performers after the show (limited availability)

New York International Children’s Film Festival

Celebrating its 15th year, the countries largest film festival for kids and teens will present more than 100 groundbreaking new works throughout the month of March.

The New York International Children’s Film Festival gives movie-lovers the opportunity to see U.S. premieres of international films and get sneak previews of the best upcoming shorts, features, and documentaries. NYICFF is an Oscar-qualifying festival, and in the past four years alone it has screened 11 films that were later nominated for Academy Awards.

Along with a carefully selected collection of feature films from around the world, this year’s festival includes six short film programs, kid-friendly opening and closing galas, filmmaker Q&A’s, film making workshops, and the NYICFF Awards Ceremony on March 25, when the 2012 jury — including silver screen greats like Susan Sarandon and Uma Thurman — will announce the best of the fest.

The festival runs March 3-25 in various locations around New York City.
You can buy tickets here .