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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Win free tickets to The Rep's 'Frost / Nixon'

Posted By on Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 2:12 PM

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Brad Heberlee and Keith Langsdale star in The Rep’s production of ‘Frost / Nixon.’

The Times is hosting a special performance of "Frost / Nixon," next Tuesday, May 4, at 7 p.m., and we've got a bunch of tickets to give away. There will be a reception beforehand, too.

To win, send an email to me at lindsey @ arktimes.com with the subject head NIXON. By entering the contest, you'll be registering for the Times three email newsletters -- our Daily Update and the Weekly To-Do List and Eat Arkansas round-up (you can opt out if you don't like em). One email per ticket. Your date will not mind you giving us his/her email.

First come first serve, though don't hold back if you don't see the post five seconds after it goes up; we've got a lot of tickets to give away.

Also, "Frost / Nixon" is really good.

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