Playbill is partnering with Showtime's George & Tammy to send one lucky Playbill reader to the ultimate Broadway night out with A Doll's House starring Jessica Chastain, opening March 9 at the Hudson Theatre. The winner will get dinner for two at Osteria al Doge and a pair of tickets to the Broadway revival.
To enter, head to Instagram and follow both @playbill and @showtime, like @playbill's contest post, and tag a friend in the comments. Entries will be accepted through March 15 at 11:59 PM ET. No purchase is necessary to enter. Limit one contest entry per person. Winners, to be selected via a random drawing March 16, will be able to select from weekday performances through April 30. Void where prohibited by law. Read the full terms and conditions here.
Chastain won a 2023 SAG Award starring as country music legend Tammy Wynette in Showtime's George & Tammy, opposite fellow Broadway alum Michael Shannon as George Jones. The six-episode limited series following the Grammy winners' tumultuous romance premiered in December 2022 and is available to stream in full via Showtime.
A Doll's House, a classic play by Henrik Ibsen, is now back on Broadway in a new adaptation by Amy Herzog. Chastain stars as Nora Helmer, a housewife who makes the then-earth-shattering decision to leave her husband and family behind. Jamie Lloyd directs the new revival.
Chastain is joined by Tony and Emmy nominee Arian Moayed (Succession on HBO, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo) as Torvald Helmer, Jesmille Darbouze (Betrayal) as Kristine Linde, Tasha Lawrence (Good People) as Anne-Marie, Michael Patrick Thornton (Macbeth) as Dr. Rank, and Grammy winner Okieriete Onaodowan (Hamillton) as Nils Krogstad.
The creative team also includes scenic designer and costume co-designer Soutra Gilmour, costume co-designer Enver Chakartash, lighting designer Jon Clark, sound designers Ben and Max Ringham, composers Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto, dance choreographer Jennifer Rias, casting directors Jim Carnahan Casting and Alexandre Bleau, production stage manager Frank Lombardi, and stage manager Brandon Allmon-Jackson.