American is the official airline partner to more than 30 Broadway theaters in New York City, and one of the things they’ve done to promote this partnership is to offer performances from several Broadway shows as part of their American Airlines Concert Series at JFK Terminal 8.
Earlier in the Summer, some of the cast members from the musical “Nice Work if You Can Get It” performed a couple of songs from the show for travelers at JFK.
Here’s a look:
If enjoyed the video clip you’ll be happy to know that there are two ways to get VIP tickets to the show: winning them at auction or win them in a sweepstakes.
VIP Broadway Package – Nice Work If You Can Get It
Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Access to Nice Work If You Can Get It on Broadway!
Don’t miss this opportunity to see Nice Work If You Can Get It on Broadway in New York City.
Your package for two includes:
Hotel Accommodations at the Kimberly Hotel, a Boutique Suite Hotel (2 nights)
Pre-Theater Dinner for Two at Tony’s DiNapoli
Two Premium Orchestra Seats
Valid for Any Non-Holiday Weekend in October or November
Saturday Evening Only
Basket of Show Souvenirs, including Cast-Autographed Souvenir Book
Meet and Greet plus Photo Opportunity with Matthew Broderick and Kelli O’Hara
If you want to bid on this package, go here.
You’ll need a pretty healthy AAdvantage Miles account balance, the current winning bid is more than 300,000 miles
Or you can save your miles and just win a VIP package from American Airlines and Sweet’N Low:
Nice Work Sweepstakes
One Grand Prize Winner will receive 2 VIP tickets to Nice Work If You Can Get It, starring Matthew Broderick and Kelli O’Hara, a chance to meet the stars- Matthew and Kelli- backstage, air transportation to New York for 2 provided by American Airlines, hotel accommodations for 2 nights at the Kimberly Hotel, and 2 Sweet’N Low totes to carry your souvenirs.
To enter all you have to do is supply your contact information. A winner will be selected at a random drawing. The sweepstakes ends ends at 11:59:59 PM Eastern Time on December 15th, 2012.