Cameron Cobb and Jenny Ledel in \"The Turn of the Screw\"

Giveaway: Turn of the Screw

Win tickets to Jeffrey Hatcher's adaptation of the Henry James story at Kitchen Dog Theater.

published Monday, March 26, 2012

UPDATE: MARCH 27, 2012: The contest below for THE TURN OF THE SCREW is over. The winners have been notified, so check your email if you entered.

For today's giveaway, we have several pairs of tickets to The Turn of the Screw at Kitchen Dog Theater. The production runs March 30 through April 28 at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary, and the tickets will be good for any performance, subject to availability.

The play is based on the Henry James novella about a young woman who is hired by a wealthy Londoner to care for his orphaned niece and nephew. Once at his remote country estate, ghostly phantoms begin appearing to the governess, leading her to question her sanity, and the children’s innocence. In Jeffrey Hatcher's adaptation, two characters play multiple roles. In this production, directed by Christina Vela, the actors are Cameron Cobb and Jenny Ledel.

To be eligible to win, email and put HENRY JAMES in the subject line. Put your name, address, phone number and best email contact in the body.

You have until 11:30 p.m. Monday, March 26 to enter. We'll notify the winners Tuesday morning and get your ticket vouchers out in the mail asap.

TheaterJones staffers and contributors, and their family members, are ineligible to play.

◊ Other giveaways coming up include: Pete 'n' Keely at Theatre Arlington; Mary Poppins at Bass Hall; Leslie Jordan in Fruit Fly at Contemporary Theatre of Dallas; She Stoops to Conquer in the NT Live series at the Angelika Film Centers of Dallas and Plano; more tickets to Tigers Be Still at Dallas Theater Center; Next Fall at Dallas Theater Center; La Cage aux Folles at Dallas Summer Musicals; and more. Thanks For Reading

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