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CONGRATS TO MARY ANN!!!!!

She answered all three questions right!!

Her and a guest will be attending opening night of Neil Berg’s rock musical “The 12” and meeting the cast afterwards on opening night, Friday March 19, 2010!

If you were not one of our lucky winners, you can still pick up a copy FREE of the DEMO CD and there are discounts for this hit LIMITED RUN!

See blog posts below for more info!

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Click the picture below to see some shots from the captivating new Neil Berg musical “The 12”
Don’t forget to check out the discount codes, free promo CD, and contest!

Click to see more of "The 12"

Click to see more of "The 12"

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Hey all you Neil Berg fans!  This is your chance to WIN TWO TICKETS to OPENING NIGHT of “The 12” at the beautiful Riverspace Theater in Nyack, NY (not far from NYC) on March 19, 2010!

Here’s how to enter:

  1. Watch the short video below with the cast and creative team of “The 12”
  2. Answer the three questions below
  3. Submit your answers to: NealBinNYC@yahoo.com, along with your name, and contact number.  Please make sure the subject line reads: “THE 12”
  4. On Thursday at 7PM EST, we will choose a winner.  The winner will be announced shortly on this website and also be notified by e-mail.  The winner will receive two (2) free tickets to Friday’s show along with meeting the cast after the performance.

Good luck!

THE 12 QUESTIONS

1.  What are two rock bands that serve for inspiration for the music and band?

2.  Why does the creative team believe this story will resonate with audiences?

3.   Name three Broadway musicals listed

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LIMITED ENGAGEMENT & WORLD PREMIERE OF

NEIL BERG’S “THE 12

Neil Berg's "The 12"
Neil Berg’s “The 12”

Mention “NEAL B” at the Box Office and receive the official “The 12” DEMO CD FREE!

Use Promo Code: QTIP to receive 10% off tickets!

To win FREE TICKETS to see “The 12” Opening Night and meet the Cast Click Here!!

Riverspace Theater in Nyack, NY
(A short distance from New York City)

March 19, 2010: 8pm
March 20, 2010: 8pm
March 21, 2010: 3pm

TICKETS:  Riverspace Theatermakayla@neilberg.com, 845.348.0741 (more…)

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From Playbill.com:

“High School Musical” director and choreographer Kenny Ortega has withdrawn from the film remake of the 1984 film “Footloose.”

Variety reports that Ortega and Paramount Pictures could not come to agreement on the tone or budget of the remake. Ortega reportedly sought a $30 million budget for the film that would employ elaborate musical numbers, while Paramount production chief Adam Goodman saw the project as an edgy drama with less emphasis on the songs and coming in at under $25 million.

Ortega, who is also the director of the new Michael Jackson film “This Is It” which debuts this week, is the latest to depart the film project. “Gossip Girl” cast member Chace Crawford was announced to replace “High School Musical” star Zac Efron in the central role of Ren McCormack last May.

Country singer Julianne Hough will co-star in the film as Ariel Moore. Paramount is currently seeking a replacement to direct “Footloose,” which is still on track to begin filming in March of 2010.

Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Susannah Grant (“Erin Brockovich”) has penned the latest adaptation of “Footloose.” Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, who delivered such films as “Chicago,” Hairspray” and “A Raisin in the Sun” for television, produce with Dylan Sellers.

Previous reports stated that new songs are being written for the “Footloose” remake, which will also include many of the hits from the original, including “Let’s Hear It for the Boy,” “Almost Paradise,” “Holding Out for a Hero” and the title track.

The original film starred Kevin Bacon and was later adapted into a 1998 stage musical under the direction of Walter Bobbie.

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