Smokey Joe’s Cafe Ticket Giveaway!

Win a pair of tickets to see Smokey Joe’s Café at The Papermill Playhouse. To enter, simply leave a comment below stating why you love musical theater.

The winner will be chosen using random.org on Friday, April 23. Be sure to include your email address below so we can contact you if you’ve won.

Smokey Joe’s Café is licensed through R&H Theatricals. To put on a production of Smokey Joe’s Café visit www.rnh.com

AND THE WINNER IS … Samantha Coleman!

Not you? Never fear! We’ve got another exciting ticket giveaway coming soon and our Phantom of the Opera CD Giveaway runs through June 1.

15 Comments on Smokey Joe’s Cafe Ticket Giveaway!

  1. I love musical theatre because I love the feeling of live theatre – there’s nothing else in the world like it. I love how intimate theatre can be, yet at the same time how much fun you can have.

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  2. Samantha Coleman // April 21, 2010 at 10:57 pm // Reply

    Musical theatre has the ability to connect to the audience through the purest form of art. A work has the ability to take you on an emotional journey, affecting you in ways you’ve never expected. You meet the most beautiful people from all corners of the world, who share the same passion as you. These people become your family, the theater becomes your home, and musical theatre becomes your lifestyle.

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  3. I love musical theatre because of its ability to take you away to another place & time, even if just for a few hours! There is nothing I enjoy more than getting to experience the performances, songs and emotions of a live show.

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  4. jackie burns.

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  5. samantha coleman // April 22, 2010 at 12:51 am // Reply

    Musical theatre has the ability to connect to the audience through the purest form of art. A work has the ability to take you on an emotional journey, affecting you in ways you’ve never expected. You meet the most beautiful people from all corners of the world, who share the same passion as you. These people become your family, the theater becomes your home, and musical theatre becomes your lifestyle.

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  6. John Gibson // April 22, 2010 at 2:29 am // Reply

    I love musical theatre because of the way it combines drama with music. There are a lot of great songs by a lot of great singers, but give a song to a skilled actor, and the performance can stay with you forever.

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  7. MadamMarie // April 22, 2010 at 3:32 am // Reply

    Musical theater is the most glorious thing in the world. It’s what motives me to get out of bed in the morning and what won’t let me sleep at night. I love musical theater because, well, I learned everything I’ve need to know in life through it. More importantly, it’s always given me a reason to live and grow. It’s life at its very core and I love the rawness it can bring to the stage.

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  8. Gabriela G. // April 22, 2010 at 7:01 am // Reply

    It’s an unbelievably beautiful art form that still has room for guilty pleasures. Also, with all the politics and gossip, it is for me like sports is for some of my peers. The community may be fanatic at times, but I wouldn’t trade them for any team fanclub!

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  9. Jeffrey Seguritan // April 22, 2010 at 8:56 pm // Reply

    Musical theatre is all about experiencing the beauty, gravity and authenticity of human expression through the visceral and spiritual “lens” of music. It’s about a meaningful, relevant and often contemporary story being told, with all the emotions amplified by the close contact between the audience and the actors / performers. It is escapism as much as is enrichment of the soul. That’s why I take every opportunity to enjoy musical theatre whenever I can.

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  10. Alice Haefeli // April 23, 2010 at 6:30 pm // Reply

    I love musical theater because I have always felt that feelings are best expressed through song and dance. And feelings, statements, messages, and opinions are most powerfully conveyed through song and dance. Musicals tell stories and have messages that can be beautiful, political, and maybe a little cheesy. But they are clearly conveyed because of the song and dance that the musical is based around.

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