Giveaway: Win 2 Tickets to A Time to Kill on Broadway

Giveaway: Win 2 Tickets to A Time to Kill on Broadway

Tony Award-winning playwright Rupert Holmes’ stage adaptation of A Time to Kill, John Grisham’s best-selling novel, will open on Broadway on Sunday, October 20, 2013, at the John Golden Theatre (252 West 45th Street). This new Broadway play holds the distinction of being the first-ever John Grisham property to be adapted for the stage. Ethan McSweeny will direct, with previews beginning Saturday, September 28th. Sebastian Arcelus, Chike Johnson, Patrick Page, Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins, Emmy Award winner Tom Skerritt, Fred Dalton Thompson, John Douglas Thompson and Ashley Williams plus Dashiell Eaves, J.R. Horne, John Procaccino, Tijuana Ricks and Lee Sellars will star.

A Time to Kill, the popular courtroom drama, tells the emotionally charged, now-iconic story of a young, idealistic lawyer, Jake Brigance, defending a black man, Carl Lee Hailey, for taking the law into his own hands following an unspeakable crime committed against his young daughter. Their small Mississippi town is thrown into upheaval, and Jake finds himself arguing against the formidable district attorney, Rufus Buckley, and under attack from both sides of a racially divided city. This drama is a thrilling courtroom battle where the true nature of what is right and what is moral are called into question.

Tickets are available now at The John Golden Box Office (252 West 45th Street), online at or by calling 212-239-6200.

I’m thrilled to be giving away TWO tickets.

To win, just comment below and let me know your favorite John Grisham novel.

You can get additional entries by doing one of or more of the following:

- Follow The Culture Mom on Facebook.

- Follow The Culture Mom on Twitter.

- Follow The Culture Mom on Pinterest.

Winners will be selected randomly.  This giveaway will end on Monday, September 8th 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.  The voucher will be eligible for weekday performances in October.

Disclosure: I was not compensated to write this post, however the tickets for the giveaway are sponsored by the production.




  1. I’ve actually never read a Grisham novel, I’m embarrassed to admit…I’ve loved all the films of his books though, so I really need to start! :)

  2. I also already follow you on Facebook.

  3. And I follow you on Twitter (@ladystardust25).

  4. And finally, I also already follow you on Pinterest. :)

  5. I would have to go with A Tine To Kill. as it is the only of his books I have read. I think I might have started the Client but didn’t get too far.

    I follow you on Facebook /movidude74 and follow you on twitter as @ Movidude74, I hope this counts as you didn’t say to make separate posts for each.

  6. The Client

  7. I follow on Facebook

  8. I follow on Twitter @barrettboys

  9. My favorite novel is The client

  10. I follow you on facebook

  11. I follow you on twitter

  12. I’ll go with the same “A Time To Kill”

  13. I’ve liked you on fb

  14. PELICAN BRIEF , I’ll choose.

  15. liked you on FB

  16. @gerryinwp following you twitter

  17. Patricia T. says:

    I’d definitely have to go with The Firm as a classic fave. So exciting the Grisham’s work will be adapted on stage!

    I follow you on Twitter and Pinterst as ThinkLikeP88. And I already like you on Facebook as well. :)

  18. Amanda Flanagan says:

    The Rainmaker.

    I follow you on twitter (@AmandaFlanagan) and pinterest (Amanda Flanagan)

  19. Kyle Morales says:

    My favorite John Grisham novel is The Client! I follow you on Facebook and twitter! My username on twitter is @kyledmorales!

  20. my favorite book is The Rainmaker.

  21. Margarita Viera says:

    The Pelican Brief.

  22. Margarita Viera says:

    I am a fan on Facebook – and follow you on Twitter as @margaritaviera and Pinterest as mviera41.

  23. Shannon Sigafoos says:

    My favorite novel by Grisham is The Firm, for a few different reasons. For one, I feel like it really looks at a situation where you can put yourself into the protagonist’s position and made to feel like YOU have a choice to make. In fact, you have many potential choices to make, and each choice’s outcome could affect someone else. The theme is about others depending on you, and Mitch, the main character, had to really jump through a series of hoops and navigate some tough decisions to his final outcome. Throughout the book, Mitch is always just a step ahead of those around him, and thus is makes the reader feel that way, too.

  24. The Rainmaker

  25. The winner of the A Time To Kill on Broadway tickets is Lori Liebowitz. Thanks to all for entering!