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Ticket Giveaway for Electro Pop Opera Little Death: Vol. 1

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Hey, you know what most operas are lacking? Electro pop and 70s gospel. But not in Matt Marks’ opera The Little Death: Vol. 1 at Incubator Arts Project. The play is about two evangelical christian teenagers trying to make their relationship right with the Lord, through songs with catchy hooks and hip hop beats. And one lucky Broke Ass Stuart reader will win two tickets to see one of the final three performances.

To win, email info@brokeassstuart.com and tell us what other genres of music would be good additions to opera. The winner will be drawn at random from a hat or paper bag. Unless you explicitly say not to, we’re add your name to our email list. But we promise to only send you cool stuff. And even if you don’t win, you should check out Matt’s awesome play.

The Little Death: Vol. 1
St. Marks Church
131 East 10th Street [East Village, Manhattan]
July 14 to 17
8pm
Regular tickets are $18, students are $14

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