Admission to see the musical "Something Rotten" normally costs $39 to $135 per ticket. Enter the online lottery for a chance to win one or two tickets and you'll only pay $30 each.
'Rotten plays Tuesday, April 3 through Sunday, April 8 at the Orpheum in Minneapolis, but to win one of the lottery tickets, you must register and enter by noon on Monday, April 2. A limited number of tickets will be drawn for each performance, and you choose which performances you can attend. You can only win once. Winners and losers will be notified after 2 p.m. Monday. Winners must pay for their ticket(s) by 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 3. To enter the lottery, click here.
The musical tells the story of two brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom, who are Renaissance playwrights unable to rise above their much more famous competitor, William Shakespeare. When a trend-meister predicts the next theater phenom will include simultaneous singing and dancing and acting, they begin to write the first musical with over-the-top doses of all three.
Something Rotten! shares the same director as Aladdin and producers of Rent, Avenue Q and In the Heights. Christian Borle won a Tony Award in 2015 playing Shakespeare in the Broadway production of 'Rotten.