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GIVEAWAY – Free Theatre Tickets ($100 Value)

September 12, 2013

Hey y’all!

So I picked up a new gig.  I’m the new Producing Intern for The Amoralists Theatre Company and guess what?  This isn’t just good news for me (and bad news for those I’m working for – kidding! … I hope)

BUT ..

You get to reap some benefits.
Whatever do I mean?

The Amoralists have agreed to hook up one lucky GreenRoomBlog reader with two free tickets to their current production of The Cheaters Club.  These tickets are regularly $50, but they are offering them to you free of charge!  How … moral of them 😛

So what’s the catch?

To enter, do one or more of the following:

1. Like Green Room Blog on Facebook

2. Follow @GreenRoomBlog on Twitter

3. Leave a comment in the comment section, describing your creepiest paranormal experience or garish nightmare

***For each entry, please leave a separate blog comment!

Here are some examples for inspiration.  Watch if you dare…

Nick Lawson’s Dream

A Ouija Experience With Vanessa Vache

Kelcie Beene Frozen In Fright

Good luck!

Onwards and Upwards,

The not so Newbie Actor Signature

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. September 12, 2013 6:11 pm

    I’m not sure how paranormal this is but I find this dream I had last month pretty creepy. I dreamed that I was working as a manager of this theatre (I won’t say the name of the actual place), and everything was going horribly wrong with this theatre from lights to difficult people. I felt an insane about of stress in this dream. After I woke up the next day, I found out two very odd things connected to my dream: a friend of mine that did work there left because of all the problems that happened in my dream, AND another friend of mine told me that same day that a resident company of that very theatre has decided not to go back to it for the same reasons.

  2. September 13, 2013 1:47 pm

    I am from England and was brought up in old houses.
    When I was 12, my parents moved to an old Victorian house on the South Coast of England that was a bit of a renovation project. As the renovations had begun, we started to make discoveries about the house that we hadn’t known at the time of purchase. One of the more interesting facts about the house was that it was used as a base for the army during World War 1 and 2 and had all the Lt and Colonel’s names engraved into the oak doors.
    When my grandma came to see the house for the first time, she nearly stopped dead in her tracks as her husband (who had died 5 years previous) had been stationed at our house during World War 2.
    While she was in our kitchen (recovering from the shock with a cup of tea (did I mention that I am English), she was reminiscing about our house and my granddad. As she was talking, an old antique clock that that my dad had inherited from my granddad started chiming continuously. The clock had belonged to my grandfather since he was a boy and had not worked for over 25 years!
    It has never chimed since

  3. September 13, 2013 2:04 pm

    When my parents and I moved to the above Victorian house, I used to have constant dreams about a young girl who would wake me up and show me secret things in the house. We would spend hours touring the house and gardens and she would show me secret passages, and we would go on adventures.
    One night the little girl showed me a cross shaped path that intersected the entire acre lawn, and a hidden passageway that went from our house to the house next door (that used to be the Victorian Stables).
    I thought nothing of it and just thought it was another dream.
    The next day, my mum called me out into the garden to see some of the things that the workmen had uncovered under 2ft of dirt and weeds. The first discovery was an old Victorian paved path that exactly matched the one I had seen in my dream, and the second was a sealed up tunnel that according to the housing plans, lead into the house next door!

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