This week, and this performance, is one of many more to come. Every Monday a contest will be announced on Mooney on Theatre (MoT). Every Monday people will have a chance to win tickets for a show later in that same week (generally on Thursday). So, spread the word and don’t forget to come back every week.
So, how do you enter? Well…
Winning on Mooney on Theatre is just a numbers game. All you have to do is be the 13th person to email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Godzilla on Sundays contest” (Don’t worry, we’re not going to do anything with your email address, other than reply if you’ve won. There is no newsletter, and we’re not gonna sell addresses to some spammer.)
It’s a darn easy way to get yourself a free night of entertainment!
The winner will be notified by email and announced on Mooney on Theatre on Wednesday.
Want to know more about Godzilla on Sundays? Well, the press release says it “tells the story of two geeky best friends, one girl, and a giant radioactive lizard. As in previous Monkeyman shows, the pop culture references come fast and furious, but the show will appeal to anyone who has ever watched a cheesy movie, goofed around with their best friend, or tried to hold on to someone they love.”
If you don’t win the tickets, then you can check them out for $15 a ticket.
This week is it’s last week and it’s playing at Bread & Circus (299 Augusta Avenue) from October 21 – 24, starting at 7:30 each night.
Good luck in the contest and I look forward to hearing from you!
Full press release:
GODZILLA ON SUNDAYS
Monkeyman Productions presents Godzilla on Sundays. $15. Bread & Circus, Kensington Market (299 Augusta Avenue, Toronto) October 14th-17th and 21st-24th @ 7:30pm each night. Running time for the event is approximately 110 min. For more info: http://godzillaonsundays.com. For reservations: 416-336-3399 or online at http://www.breadandcircus.ca.
Godzilla on Sundays, written by Toronto playwright D.J. Sylvis, tells the story of two geeky best friends, one girl, and a giant radioactive lizard. As in previous Monkeyman shows, the pop culture references come fast and furious, but the show will appeal to anyone who has ever watched a cheesy movie, goofed around with their best friend, or tried to hold on to someone they love.
Directed by Martin Chodorek. Featuring Brad Rowe and Timothy Nussey.
Godzilla on Sundays is Monkeyman’s third production. They will be returning with at least two shows in their 2010 season.
Photo of Brad Rowe and Timothy Nussey by Scott Gorman