Giveaway: A (Tooth) Fairy Tale at the Vital Theatre Company in NYC

Tooth Fairy Tale

The Vital Theatre Company is pleased to announce the return of past Vital favorite A (Tooth) Fairy Tale, opening March 16, 2013 at the McGinn/Cazale Theatre at 2162 Broadway at W 76th St. With a book by author Ben Winters (Uncle Pirate[musical]; The Last Policeman; Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters [novels]), music and lyrics by Rick Hip-Flores (My New York), and direction by Linda Ames Key, A (Tooth) Fairy Tale was hailed in its original Vital Theatre Company production in 2008 as “Written to amuse anyone from 4 to 12, the show is even a treat for parents: this is one children’s extravaganza that won’t set your teeth on edge” (New York Times).

Performances run March 16 – April 28 on Saturdays and Sundays at 11 am and 1 pm, with special school holiday performances on March 25 – 28 and April 1 – 2 and 10 at 11 am and 1 pm. Tickets begin at $25. Premium seats are available for $30. For reservations, visit www.vitaltheatre.org, call us at (212) 579-0528, or visit the McGinn/Cazale box office. Vital Theatre Company is located at 2162 Broadway at West 76th Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

Collecting teeth and delivering quarters is tiring work, and The Tooth Fairy is ready for a vacation! Luckily, she meets a young boy named Samuel who is sick and tired of being a kid, and all the rules that go with it. But when Samuel and the Tooth Fairy arrange to switch places, nothing goes exactly as planned as adventures ensue across the Upper West Side of Manhattan and throughout New York City. A (Tooth) Fairy Tale is a wild, silly adventure filled with shiny quarters, sugary candy and learning who you’re really meant to be.

The cast of A (Tooth) Fairy Tale includes Jamie C. Anderson, Cory Lawson, Emily Maixner, Katrina Michaels, Jen Morris, Joel Stigliano, and Andreas Wyder. The crew includes Director Linda Ames Key, Set Designer Kyle Dixon, Costume Designer Sarah Riffle, Lighting Designer Josh Bradford, Musical Director Mike Pettry, Choreographer Tim Connell, and Production Stage Manager Kelly Burns.

A (Tooth) Fairy Tale concludes the 2012-2013 Vital season of family programming. Featuring four musicals for children and families, this year’s Vital season included two world premieres - Fancy Nancy The Musical and Show Way – and the return of Vital favorites Angelina Ballerina The Very Merry Holiday Musical and A (Tooth) Fairy Tale. This lineup continues Vital’s mission to produce entertaining and educational live theatre for families and young audiences.

I’m thrilled to be giving away a FOUR tickets to A (Tooth) Fairy Tale at the Vital Theatre Company!   The tickets will be valid for any performance of the show from March 23 – April 28.   Performances are every Saturday and Sunday at 11 am and 1 pm at the McGinn/Cazale Theatre at 2162 Broadway.  They also have school holiday shows on March 25 – 28 and April 1, 2, and 10.

To win, tell me about how the tooth fairy is handled in your house. Do your kids believe?

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This giveaway will end on Wednesday, March 20th  at noon EST. Winner will be posted here, on the Culture Mom Facebook page and via email and will have 24 hours to accept their prize.

Disclosure: This giveaway is hosted by the Vital Theatre Company.  I was not compensated to run it but I get great pleasure out of sending a family to their shows.


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  1. The winner of the Vital Theatre Company contest is Jenn Merkwerth! Thanks to all for entering.

  2. At my house my children leave the tooth under the pillow as I did when I was child. We slip in and make the exchange. Cash. Once my daughter had swallowed her tooth, so she wrote note for the tooth fairy and the toothfairy gave her $ and wrote her a great note.

  3. I follow on Pinterest Jennifer Markwerth

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  6. We have a pillow with a pocket for the tooth. we swap out the tooth for $ during the night, but the kids know there is no fairy.

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  11. My kids believe in the tooth fairy. They are 7 and 9! We have tooth fairy pillows where we out our teeth at night!

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