University Players is offering DailyNews readers a chance to win two tickets to its current production, 365 Days/365 Plays.
The cast and crew from the School of Dramatic Art present 43 of playwright Suzan-Lori Parks’ 365 works in a two-hour span. The piece is directed by Jane Luk, a famed Canadian comedy actress who brings her unique and witty sense of humour to the show.
To enter the contest, just send your answers to the following trivia questions. A winner, selected at random from all correct responses received by noon Thursday, Feb. 9, will receive two tickets to attend a performance.
- Suzan-Lori Parks wrote 365 Days/365 Plays over the course of one year. What was the first day she began writing?
a) Sept. 11, 2001
b) Nov. 13, 2002
c) Dec. 25, 2008
d) Feb. 14, 2020
- Suzan Lori-Parks won the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for which play?
a) Betting on the Dust Commander
b) Father Comes Home from the Wars
c) Sally & Tom
- University Players has been a staple on campus for professional-level live entertainment for over 60 years. What is the title of the final production of this season?
a) Dead Man’s Cell Phone
b) Tinker Bell
c) Twelfth Night
d) All’s Well that Ends Well
Contest is open to all readers of the DailyNews. Send an e-mail with your responses to email@example.com. One entry per contestant, please.
365 Days/365 Plays runs until Feb. 12 at Essex Hall Theatre. Recommended for ages 14+. Tickets are on sale now and can be bought at www.universityplayers.com. UWindsor student tickets are just $10, and regular price tickets start at $20.
Audiences are promised a delightful kaleidoscope of characters, performing short scenes that reflect the absurdity of human behaviour in all its forms. Sneak a peek of just a few of those scenes here: