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Tell us who should perform at Buckhead Theatre in 2011 and win VIP tickets to Leslie Jordan
Grand prize: two VIP tickets to Leslie Jordan’s Deck Them Halls Ya’ll and cocktails at Buckhead Bottle Bar
Want to see Emmy Award winning comedian Leslie Jordan perform his comedy show, Deck Them Halls Ya’ll this Saturday and then meet him after he performs?
We’re giving away two VIP tickets (valued at $150) to see Leslie Jordan’s Deck Them Halls Ya’ll at the Buckhead Theatre. VIP tickets include an after show meet and greet with Mr. Jordan.
You’ll also get to enjoy one round of complimentary cocktails for two at Buckhead Bottle Bar before or after the show Saturday night.
Entering is easy. Simply leave a comment with who you’d like to see perform at the newly renovated Buckhead Theatre in 2011.
Your entry can be musical, comedic, or otherwise.
The grand prize winner will be selected from Random.org on Friday, Dec. 10 from the list of comments.
Tickets will be available to the winner at will call the night of the show. Participants must be 18 years or older and must be able to attend Saturday night’s performance on Dec. 11.
Click here to leave your comment!
About the show:
Somewhat of a departure from Mr. Jordan’s usual autobiographical style, “Deck Them Halls, Ya’ll” is an evening of characters lamenting or celebrating the Christmas season. From a flamboyant ex-stripper trying to win a trip to Vegas from a radio contest for “The Worst Christmas EVER!!”, to a pre-op transgendered lesbian lamenting the possible loss of her vagina and practicing to enter The Christmas Drag King Competition at the local gay bar, to a 10 year old eye-roller named Ronnie Lee who cannot be pried out of an elaborate Christmas choir robe because he has been told he has potential and needs to practice for the upcoming Christmas pageant, Mr. Jordan goes full out on this one with costumes and music. In his words, “Honey, it is a dog and pony show!!” “Deck Them Halls, Ya’ll!” is both scream out loud funny and life affirming while rolling to a very, very surprising conclusion.
Directed by: Peter Galligan