Broadway's Motown Celebrates First Anniversary With Free Ticket Lottery
Sixteen seats will be up for grabs.
To celebrate its first anniversary on Broadway, Motown The Musical will offer a free-ticket lottery for 16 seats at the 3pm performance on Sunday, April 13.
The one-time-only drawing will take place an hour and a half before the show begins at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Each participant will be eligible to win up to two tickets during the random drawing, with one entry accepted per person. Entries will be accepted two hours before curtain. Winners must be present at the time of drawing and must show valid IDs. Those who don't win lottery seats have the option of purchasing $40 tickets.
Filled with songs from the legendary Motown songbook, the musical tracks founder Berry Gordy's journey through his career, his marriage to the great Diana Ross, and his impact on the careers of music icons like Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, and many more. The production is directed by Charles Randolph-Wright and features a book penned by Gordy himself.
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