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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Eric and Andy's Night at the Theater!!!



UPDATE: No more tickets available guys!  Sold out in 50 minutes!  Keep your eyes peeled for contests closer to the date if you missed out!

For years now, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre has been the biggest employer of actors in town, but for years now, they have felt inaccessible to the working artist as a destination for entertainment.

Well not anymore!

Eric and Andy have been working tirelessly for our beloved theatre community to bring you the event of the season!!

ERIC AND ANDY'S NIGHT AT THE THEATER!!
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13TH!!

Come and join us for a free night on the pier as we take in a performance of the Midwest premiere of "Romeo and Juliet" a play by William Shakespeare (based on the film by Baz Luhrmann).

There will be light appetizers, an open bar, music, and a talk-back after the show, hosted by Eric and Andy with all the Chicago performers! All of this evening is graciously donated by Chicago Shakespeare Theatre and truly is an excellent opportunity for our community to come together and enjoy an amazing production at an amazing Chicago Theatre!

Open bar starts at 5:30pm
Show at 7:30pm
Talk back immediately following show.

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13TH


To order YOUR PAIR of FREE tickets, please call the CST box-office at 312.595.5600 and use the code word "Eric and Andy"

Seats are limited so call NOW!!!!

6 comments:

  1. I think you flooded their phone lines. I have been on hold forever. THANKS GUYS.

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  2. This is real? Ok, I will try not to dress like a homeless person. Andy & Eric: you are HEROES.

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  3. This is AMAZING. THANK YOU!!!!

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  4. Y'all are SUPERTITS!
    This is better than Groupon!
    And as an added bonus, when I called the box office, Jonathan Baude answered the phone, sounding super profesh and sexy.
    Call today!

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  5. I just noticed that the open bar is for 2 hours. They really don't know what they've unleashed, do they?

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