San Francisco – Ticket Giveaway!

19 Apr

Bay Area theater fans! This is your chance to win two pairs of tickets to one of San Francisco’s most remarkable and critically acclaimed theatrical events, Talking With Angels: Budapest 1943.

“Talking with Angels” is Shelley Mitchell’s beautiful monodramatic adaptation of the diaries of four Hungarian artists that were smuggled into France by the only survivor of the group, Gitta Mallasz, in 1960. Originally published in 1976 as Dialogue avec L’Ange, the book was an immediate European bestseller. Mitchell’s adaptation of the book is based on the original diaries and extensive interviews with the book’s publishers, Jungian analysts and Robert Hinshaw and Lela Fischli of Daimon Press, Switzerland.

The Bay Area Guardian called “Talking With Angels” “passionately mystical and remarkably lucid,” and the LA Weekly said, “Mitchell transforms into something between a dancer and a shaman.” Even actor Sean Penn said, “She’s the real deal!” after seeing Mitchell perform “Talking With Angels.”

To enter into our ticket giveaway, just comment on this blog post before Friday, April 22, 2011 and tell us why you love Brown Paper Tickets. We’ll select two lucky participants to receive two pairs of tickets to the Thursday April 28, Friday, April 29 or Saturday April 30 performance of this incredibly moving production that brings to life an amazing story for anyone on a spiritual journey.

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Posted by on April 19, 2011 in Arts, Theater


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