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Two Lucky Audience Members Went on a Valentine's Date With Honeymoon in Vegas' Stars

Rob McClure and Brynn O'Malley took an unsuspecting couple on a double date.

Tony Danza with Valentines Day contest winners Johanna Barr and Joe Pikowski.
(courtesy of Honeymoon in Vegas)

On Valentine's Day, the Broadway musical Honeymoon in Vegas included a special post-show date for one lucky couple in the audience.

Immediately following the show's Valentine's Day matinee, Tony Danza instructed audience members to look under their Nederlander Theatre seats for a special Valentine's Day heart. Johanna Barr and Joe Pikowski found the heart and soon found themselves on a double date with Broadway's newest "newlyweds," Rob McClure and Brynn O'Malley. The foursome did dinner at Wolfgang's Steakhouse in midtown.

Inspired by the film comedy of the same title, Honeymoon in Vegas stars McClure as the commitment-phobic Jack Singer, who travels to Sin City to elope with his longtime girlfriend Betsy (O'Malley) and escape the curse of his long-dead mother. Complications ensue with the arrival of Tommy Korman (Danza), a widowed gambler who takes a shine to Betsy on account of her resemblance to his late wife.

Featuring a score by Jason Robert Brown and a book by Andrew Bergman, Honeymoon in Vegas is directed by Gary Griffin and choreographed by Denis Jones.

Brynn O'Malley and Rob McClure at dinner with audience members Johanna Barr and Joe Pikowski.
(courtesy of Honeymoon in Vegas)

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