We’re taking our theatre fandom to the next level, y’all.
I’m so excited to announce that we are partnering with Virtual Venue Theatricals to give away two pairs of tickets to see My Favorite Podcast the musical! We know we have listeners all over the world, so the great news about this partnership is that anyone anywhere can watch the show! Listeners of course remember My Favorite Podcast from our 36th episode, which featured a conversation with MFP writer and generally brilliant guy Michael Perrie Jr.
How to Enter
-Follow @VirtualVenueTheatricals and @TheBwayGinger on Instagram
-Like and save this Instagram post: https://www.instagram.com/p/CSMnZCuLUzY/
-Comment on the post and tag the friend you want to watch My Favorite Podcast with
-Repost this post and tag @VirtualVenueTheatricals and @TheBwayGinger for an EXTRA entry
Two winners will be randomly selected and contacted via Instagram on August 11. No entries will be accepted after August 10.
If you receive confirmation that you have won, please DM us your full name and email address. Ticket promo codes will be sent to your email (check spam/junk folders if they don’t show up) with instructions on how to watch the musical. My Favorite Podcast runs August 12-22 on demand on Virtual Venue Theatricals.
Each ticket is good for one person on one device. If you plan on watching with more viewers than tickets won, our friends at VVT request on the honor system that you purchase additional tickets.
About My Favorite Podcast the musical
My Favorite Podcast is based on the hit true crime podcast, My Favorite Murder. Written and conceived by super-fans of the show, My Favorite Podcast features all the familiar MFM characters from Karen and Georgia to Elvis the cat. Perrie Jr.’s score combines a classic musical theatre sound with modern Broadway-pop and a few stylized numbers to create a comedic romp through the podcast and our culture’s obsession with true crime. There’s something for MFM fans and non-fans alike in this night of smart comedy.
Content advisory: My Favorite Podcast, while a comedy, does contain references to: murder, home invasion, immolation, sexual assault, cancer, addiction, alcoholism, and adult language