May 13th, 2013 - posted by Daniel Coffin
If you don’t want to know how to get tickets to the hottest show in New York, read no further!
We don’t want to reveal too much, but Cape Spin! An American Power Struggle is playing four shows a day at Lincoln Center, May 17th – 23rd! The Phoenix may have already said it’s “Rollicking… a dizzying look into the deceptive world of political activism,” and you may have heard from the Associated Press that it’s “sober, lighthearted, even wacky,” but try not to clink on this link to buy your tickets right now if you’re anxious about missing the experience of standing in a really long line!
That’s right, the film The Boston Globe says is an “exasperatingly funny… good yarn!” and which the Huffington Post claimed did a “great job” showing the “comical side” of the fight over America’s first off-shore wind farm now has tickets available at New York’s toniest venue! Don’t click here if you can’t imagine yourself watching the film with a laugh-out-loud NYC crowd in the gorgeous Munroe Amphitheater on 144 W. 65th street between Broadway and Amsterdam.And do not press this BUTTON if you’d prefer not to have a serious discount off a meal at a fancy nearby restaurant (Boulud Sud!) with your ticket stub!
And if you’re not excited about owning a copy of Philip Warburg’s definitive new book, Harvest the Wind: America’s Journey to Jobs, Energy Independence and Climate Stability, at 10% off the jacket price, don’t get your ticket to the movie now! Because copies will be available at the theater after every screening and cheaper with your magic ticket stub…
We apologize if we inadvertently told you how to purchase tickets for the film the Green Advocate called “thought provoking…almost surreal” or that The Hollywood Reporter said was “among the most notable films to emerge from IDFA” [the most prestigious documentary film festival in the world].
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