“What Didn’t Kill You? Fan Contest” is a new contest that will allow participants to write a one page essay about a certain situation in their life they have endured but somehow made it through. Contestants are encouraged to dig deep as the contest centers around the play’s theme of healing and recovery.
“I always want my shows to be about healing and how we can overcome and move past the issue at hand.” said Nicole Kearney, playwright and author.
The contest will open March 7th and will end March 21st at 5 p.m. The winner will be chosen and announced via social media on March 25th.
The winner of the contest will receive a ticket for opening night of the show, a mini photo shoot with full make up done prior to the show’s start time, a meet and greet session with the playwright, director and cast and one free acting and vocal workshop with the director.
“This contest is simply our way of getting the community involved. So many people are hurting and have a story to tell, so this contest is all about celebrating their story of healing and recovery. We want to extend our gratitude and thanks for being the soldier in the battlefield.”
Interested participants should submit their essays to wdkufancontest@
For show times and ticket information, visit www.nicolekearney.com.
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