Inbal Pinto & Avshalom Pollak’s master work Oyster makes its Philadelphia debut on February 9, 10 and 11, 2012 at the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.  Philadelphia School of Circus Arts (PSCA) is promoting the show with a ticket giveaway.   The last day to enter is TODAY!

Oyster is dance theatre at its best with a blend of fantasy and sideshow spectacle about a fantastic circus world of wandering street acrobats and oddly beautiful creatures. Drawing its name from filmmaker Tim Burton’s (Edward ScissorhandsAlice in Wonderland) book of short poems and sketches, Oyster is a witty blend of ballet, mime, modern dance, physical comedy and acrobatics employing fantastical costumes and set to an eclectic score.  Oyster is a “work of stunning beauty that transcends time and place,” Washington Post.

PSCA will give away free tickets to Oyster on Facebook, with two ways to win!  Both promotions end today, Monday, January 23, 2012.  Enter:

1) TWO winners will be selected to win a pair of tickets by simply “Liking” any of PSCA posts about Oyster on Facebook.

2) Tell your friends about PSCA and Oyster by having them “Like” PSCA’s Facebook page and put your name under any of the Oyster posts! (Sample: Bob Smith told me about PSCA/Oyster!) The top TWO people who refer the most friends win a pair of tickets each!

Disclosure / Disclaimer: Phillylovesfun is simply sharing this contest information for Philadelphia School of Circus Arts and the Annenberg Center.  No monetary compensation was provided for this post. Facebook, Twitter and Google are not affiliated with this giveaway.

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