Win Tickets to See Oedipus Part One: Assembly

Oedipus Part One Assembly

The Centaur’s Theatre ever stellar line-up for 2017 includes the think-piece Oedipus Part One Assembly. This show is brought to us by Montreal’s Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre, now celebrating its tenth anniversary.

This huge production features 12 actors, 3 choirs, and 2500 years of peoples’ politics. In this retelling of the show, the people of Thebes are coming together to address the plague that has devastated the city. They plead with Oedipus, as their king, to act. The show picks up on the political movements of today, the Occupy Movement, Black Lives Matter, and the Women’s March, where people are coming together to be heard. With Andreas Apergis directing the show and original music being put together by musical director David Oppenheim working with composer Brian Lipson, this should be a spectacle! Choeur Maha, Zakynthines Phones, and the Montreal Artists Choir will all be singing.

We have one pair of tickets to give away. To enter, by October 19 at noon, in the comments below or by email HERE, tell us your favorite GREEK MYTH. Winners will receive a pair of tickets for the show on October 20 by email.

Even if you don’t win, this show is bound to stimulate the mind and it will be well worth catching one of its performances.
Good luck.

Oedipus Part One Assembly is at the Centaur Theatre from October 20 to October 22. 7:30 p.m., Sunday matinee at 1:00 p.m. $15. 514-288-3161 or centaurtheatre.com/brave-new-looks.html.

 

Some fine print for your reading:

Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received. One entry per person per email address per Contest Part during the Contest Period. Winner must answer the contest question. Contest starts October 13, 2017 and ends October 19 2017 at noon. Winners will be selected at random on September 26, 2017 in Montreal, Quebec at noon and notified by email. There are  (1) prize available to be won, consisting of one (1) pair of tickets to attend the show.

FOR RESIDENTS OF QUEBEC. Any litigation respecting the conduct or organization of a publicity contest may be submitted to the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux for a ruling. Any litigation respecting the awarding of a prize may be submitted to the Régie only for the purpose of helping the parties reach a settlement.

For more of the generic contest fine print, read HERE. 

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