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Win Tickets to Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder With TheaterMania's Scavenger Hunt

Find the D’ysquiths and win opening night tickets to the ”GGLAM” tour stop at Segerstrom Center for the Arts!

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TheaterMania and Segerstrom Center for the Arts are teaming up for an exclusive digital scavenger hunt to celebrate A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder's tour stop at Segerstrom Center in Costa Mesa, California.

On Wednesday, February 8, four images of the D’ysquith family from Gentleman's Guide will be hidden throughout the upcoming shows listed on Segerstrom Center for the Arts' venue page on TheaterMania. Follow TheaterMania and Segerstrom Center for the Arts on Facebook in order to see all four clues. These clues will lead you to find all four members of the D’ysquith family. For each family member you find — and click on — you'll be entered for a chance to win opening night tickets to A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder.

We're giving you a sneak peek at the first clue:
Although we would miss out on some hilarious theater, the D'Ysquith family heirs certainly could use some protection. It's a shame former secret service agent Frank Farmer was watching pop star Rachel Marron instead of Lady Hyacinth. Since you have nothing, run to this musical's page to find your 1st D'Ysquith!

Once you figure out the answer, come back on Wednesday, February 8, and see if you can find the first family member. Find all four and you'll be entered for four chances to win! The contest will run for one day only on February 8 from 11:00am EST to 11:59pm PST.

A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder tells the story of Monty Navarro, who has received news that he is descended from a noble family and could become the next Earl of Highhurst. There are only eight issues standing in his way: the other heirs who precede him in line for the title.

The musical features a book and lyrics by Robert L. Freedman, music and additional lyrics by Steven Lutvak, direction by Darko Tresnjak, and choreography by Peggy Hickey. The design team includes Alexander Dodge (scenic design), Linda Cho (costume design), Philip S. Rosenberg (lighting design), Dan Moses Schreier (sound design), and Aaron Rhyne (projection design). Orchestrations are by Jonathan Tunick and vocal arrangements are by Dianne Adams McDowell. Paul Staroba serves as music supervisor, with Larry Goldberg as music director.

Good luck!

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