UPDATE 9:50 p.m. 3/25: We have a winner. Thanks for playing.
ORIGINAL ENTRY: “The Fantasticks” might have played FOREVER in New York — we’re talking about 17,162 performances from 1960 through 2002, when it finally closed — but it never quite got the same never-ending Fresno exposure. (Actually, I can’t remember the show having played here in recent memory, but I’m sure it must have been performed numerous times over the years.) Now’s your chance to see what all the fuss was about. “The Fantasticks” is the newest production from Artists’ Repertory Theatre, opening Friday at the Severance Theatre. And I have two free tickets to give away.
The tickets are good for either Friday or Saturday night’s 8 p.m. performances. I’ll give them to the FOURTH commenter to this post. You can pick up your tickets at Will Call. No multiple entries are allowed. We won’t publish comments until we have the winners. Rules are on the jump.
More tickets: Keep an eye out Thursday morning, when I’ll be giving away two prime seats for the Lively Arts Foundation’s 20th anniversary gala, which is set for Saturday at the Saroyan Theatre.
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