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The American Clock

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Win Tickets to The American Clock at The Old Vic Theatre
Your chance to win a pair of tickets to see the Arthur Miller classic in London
Closing Date: January 31, 2019
Published on January 16, 2019
Buy Tickets (The American Clock at The Old Vic – Feb 4 to March 30)

The stock market has crashed, the country’s leaders are failing, who really pays the price?

We meet the Baum family as they navigate the aftermath of an unprecedented financial crisis. The world pulses with a soundtrack fusing 1920s swing and jazz with a fiercely contemporary sound.

Visionary director Rachel Chavkin (Hadestown) presents Arthur Miller’s ground-breaking play about hope, idealism and a nation’s unwavering faith in capitalism.

For your chance to win TWO TICKETS to see The American Clock at London's Old Vic theatre, just send your answer, accompanied by your name and e-mail address to competitions@theamerican.co.uk, with the subject line "American Clock Comp". If you're American, let us know if you'd like to also receive our weekly e-mail newsletter!

Question:

Giles Terrera is in The American Clock, in which famous musical did Giles perform the part of ‘Aaron Burr’?

A) Reginald

B) Hamilton

C) Chicago

Terms and Conditions: Tickets are subject to availability, applies to performances Feb 9 - 14 (excluding Feb 13). Entries must be received by January 31, 2019. Travel and other expenses not included. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older. The Editor's decision is final. The American accepts no liability.

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