The cast of B2B’s Hairspray, which opens July 6. From left: Rob Atkinson, Omabuwa Dede and Jocelyn Dickson. (Courtesy of B2B)

Bard to Broadway ticket voucher contest returns

Enter to win a voucher valid for two tickets to upcoming B2B shows

The NEWS is giving away vouchers for two free tickets each for Servant of Two Masters, Jenny’s House of Joy and Hairspray.

To enter to win a voucher for two tickets, email with your name, phone number, which community you live in and which show you’re interested in seeing.

Contest will close Monday, July 8 at 12 p.m. Emails must be received before then.

Vouchers are only valid for certain dates and are subject to booking availability. For a full performance schedule visit

Winners can expect to be contacted by 2 p.m. on Monday, July 9.

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