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Local teacher turned comedian Lucas Bohn brings his Lesson Plans to Late Night” to Drafthouse Comedy May 3rd! TRR has your chance to win one of EIGHT tickets to the show!

TO ENTER:  Send us your name & location with the subject BOHN DC to therogersrevue@gmail.com by Thursday MAY 3rd @ 11:00am EST. One randomly selected person in the DC Area will WIN those tickets, GOOD LUCK!

“Lesson Plans to Late Night” is a one-man comedy show about Lucas’ transition from elementary school teacher to national touring comedian.  “Lesson Plans to Late Night” is truly a one of a kind comedy experience combining live stand-up comedy and visual images.  This show has been compared to “Defending the Caveman” and was called “A Comedic Multimedia Masterpiece” and “Hysterical” by Parade Magazine.  “Lesson Plans to Late Night” is one of the highest rated main stage shows on Norwegian Cruise Lines and was called “Truly Innovative” and “A total crowd pleaser” by cruise directors and entertainment coordinators.  If you’ve ever worked with children or have kids or grandkids, you don’t want to miss this hilarious show.

For more information: go to  www.LucasBohn.com  or  www.DrafhouseComedy.com


RULES: Each household is only eligible to win a one of EIGHT  tickets to see Lucas Bohn at Drafthouse Comedy in Washington DC on MAY 4th @ 7:30pm. Winners MUST BE AT LEAST 21 Years old at the time of entry. Only one entrant per email address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you are not be eligible to participate in the giveaway.

Entries must be received by Thursday MAY 3rd @ 11:00am. Any entry after the time stated, will not be qualified. Winner must be available on the evening of the show in order to claim the tickets.  Winner is subject to eligibility verification. Immediate family members & staff of Drafthouse Comedy and The Rogers Revue are ineligible to enter the giveaway. Contest is open to the residents of District of Columbia, Maryland & Virginia.

The tickets will available at WILL CALL on the day of performance. Good luck!