Annie at the Citi Wang Theatre in Boston – Giveaway!

image001

 

The first broadway show I ever went to was Annie. First and only until I was an adult.

It was a big deal. We didn’t have tons of money growing up and I think this was a bit of a stretch for my parents. But my mom got the tickets and off we went to Boston. We dressed up pretty, showed up early, and went to the theater.

Next week, because of this little ole blog that I have, I get to take not only my daughter but my mom to see Annie at the Citi Wang Theater.  Squeee!

The show opens next Wednesday, November 5th at 7 pm.

That night, Annie and Daddy Warbucks will arrive at 6 pm in a 1937 Packard to walk the Red Carpet into the Citi Wang Theatre. The Red Carpet arrival kicks off the 2-week engagement of the show. Fun right?

The show at the Wang is directed by original lyricist and director Martin Charnin and choreographed by Liza Gennaro, this production of ANNIE is a brand new incarnation of the iconic original.  It also features book and score by Tony Award®-winners Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, ANNIE includes such unforgettable songs as “It’s the Hard Knock Life,” “Easy Street,” “I Don’t Need Anything But You,” plus the eternal anthem of optimism, “Tomorrow.”

Use this link to save 20% per ticket for select performances, and buy tickets now using the code MOMS!

I can’t wait!

And that’s not all!

Would you like to win some tickets? Yeah baby!

Win 4 tickets to OPENING NIGHT on Wednesday, November 5 at 7:00 pm

a Rafflecopter giveaway
 

Want more chances to win? Of course you do!
But remember you can only win once! We all talk to each other so we’ll know if you try to be a Greedy McHoggerson.
Here are some other awesome local blogs giving away tickets:

Alexandra Elizabeth

Christy at Quirky Fusion

Emily at Nap Time Is My Time

Family Friendly Boston

Christine & Bonnie at Mom’s Lifesavers

Stowed Stuff

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

I have been given tickets to attend Annie for this post. Image used with permission. All opinions expressed in this post (and my sharing on social media) are my own.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

15 Comments

  1. Allison S /

    My wonderful neighbor staged a back yard production of Annie, starring all of the neighborhood kids, one summer when I was about 10 or 11. I was lucky enough to get to play Annie — and haven’t stopped singing the songs since :)

  2. tracey c /

    I first saw Annie the movie. I have never seen the show and I’m not sure who would be more excited-me or my son!

  3. Becky Lane /

    Wow, I would love love love to bring my daughter to see Annie!! It was my favorite sound track growing up and I’ve never seen a live performance of this show!!

  4. I saw Annie on Broadway in NYC when I was young – I remember Bernadette Peters and Sally Struthers (I believe) were in it!!!

  5. I saw Annie for the first time in a movie..I was hooked. My kids are hooked now too, we have it on dvd and watch it often.

  6. Would love to take my girls! :)

  7. First saw the movie Annie at my cousin’s house. Loved it so much I got a stuffed sandy! Would love to be able to see it on stage with my family.

  8. Kathleen /

    I would love for my daughter to experience Annie!

  9. Don’t judge me, but I’m not sure I have ever seen Annie in its entirety.

  10. Rachel Sarvey /

    I saw it in the 70s with Andrea McCardle on Broadway!!! Then I sang it all for a year!

  11. Seen the movie 8000 times.

  12. Nicole G. /

    I saw the movie first when I was about six.

  13. the movie about 25790000000 times

  14. Mary Beth Crowley /

    I first saw Annie as a comic strip! Then on stage… We wouls love to go opening night!

  15. D Schmidt /

    The first time was definitely the stage when I was around 5, its something I would love to replicate with my children.

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. Alexandra Elizabeth Annie The Musical In Boston & Giveaway - […] Sharon of ViolaCay | Annie of Stowed Stuff | Christy at Quirky Fusion | Emily at Nap Time Is…

Leave a Reply to Sharon Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *