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Promises Promises on Broadway


Synopsis: It's Manhattan. It's the '60s. And the city is back in full swing, in Broadway's first-ever revival of PROMISES PROMISES—starring Emmy® Award-winner Sean Hayes (Will and Grace) as Chuck Baxter, the enterprising associate on the way up, and Tony® and Emmy® Award-winner Kristin Chenoweth (Wicked) as Fran Kubelik, the cafeteria waitress whose romantic troubles have got her down. Don't miss this smart and sexy musical based on the Oscar®-winning Billy Wilder film, The Apartment. The creative team creates a perfect cocktail: the splashy score is by the Academy Award®-winning team of Burt Bacharach and Hal David, and includes such songs as “I'll Never Fall In Love Again” and the straight-up swinging title tune; the book takes turns tickling your funny bone and breaking your heart, courtesy of the legendary Neil Simon, and it's all topped off with a sparkling blend of direction and choreography by Tony® and Emmy® Award-winner Rob Ashford. PROMISES, PROMISES is an intoxicating evening of Broadway magic.

Tony Nominations:
Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical -
Sean Hayes
Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical -
Katie Finneran
Best Choreography - Rob Ashford
Best Orchestrations - Jonathan Tunick



TICKET GIVEAWAY:
Win 2 tickets to see Promises Promises on Broadway!
In the comments section below tell us:

A Promise you recently made and how you plan to keep it!


Winner will be announced August 15th 2010 Good Luck!



Save on Orchestra and Mezzanine Seats! Discount Code: PPAMC56
$85 (reg. 126.50) Mon – Thurs
$89 (reg. $137.50) Fri – Sun

Visit www.Broadwayoffers.com and enter code PPAMC56 link to: http://www.broadwayoffers.com/go.aspx?MD=2001&MC=PPAMC56

Or visit the box office at:
Broadway Theatre
1681 Broadway
(West 52nd and 53rd Street)
New York, NY 10019

Call (212) 947-8844
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Restrictions: *Offer valid on select Orchestra and Mezzanine seats and subject to availability and prior sale. Not valid on prior purchases and cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions. All sales final; no refunds or exchanges. Telephone and internet orders are subject to standard Telecharge.com service fees. A $1.50 theatre facility fee is included in the price of the ticket. Limit 8 tickets per order. Blackout dates may apply. Offer expires August 15, 2010, but may be revoked at any time.

8 comments:

  1. My promise to live the life I envision. I'll keep this promise with a "can do" attitude!

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  2. I promise to go home for the Holidays this year and will buy a non-refundable plane ticket asap!

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  3. I promised myself I'd graduate high school with honors, and I'll do so with a butt-load of textbooks, lots of Powerade & plenty of Ibuprofen. BRING IT ON!

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  4. I promised to always stay super close to my sisters no matter how far apart we are in the world and I will keep this promise by talking to them once a day, everyday, over the phone, the internet or in person!!

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  5. I promised myself that I would always keep travelling and see the world - just made my Europe plans for New Years holiday!!!

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  6. I promised my 17 year-old dog as a puppy that he would always be treated kindly. I reiterated that promise recently as he faces old age issues; only now I've added promises to treat him with gentle care and concern for his comfort and dignity. It's a promise of love. Yes, love.

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  7. I promised to make my mom's visit to NYC as fun as possible. I plan on keeping it by keeping up with street fairs on NYC Sidewalker and winning these tickets!! But seriously, I plan on checking out the less tourist-y things like the BK flea market and other cool lesser known fairs, etc., for the time she's here.

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  8. I promised myself and my dad that I wouldn't let people stand in my way anymore and I plan to follow through with this by not waiting for people to decide to make decisions for me and take their advises with a grain of salt and put myself first

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