Diversionary wants you to tweet from your seat!

I have been accused of being overly attached to my phone. A claim that I find ridiculious becasue I only need it to do everything in my life.  I don’t find that excessive, do you?

Do you think there needs to be more tweeting when you are watching a show? Does your hand feel incomplete without a cell phone in it? When the theatre makes the announcement to turn off your cell phones do you feel a bit sad? Diversionary Theatre has a cure for that! On Wednesday, July 23 they are having a special social media tweeting night for their show BARE: A POP OPERA.

For this one night they are reserving the last row of the theatre for patrons who’d like to interact through out the show, using Instagram, Facebook, Twitter – whatever your social media addiction is you can indulge from your seat. Seating is very limited so if this is something that you are interested in act now! Even better? These tickets are only $10.

He forgot to turn off his phone dring a show without Tweet seats. Don't let this happen to you - get your tweet seats now The cast of bare: a pop opera at Diversionary Theatre. July 2 - August 3, 2014
He forgot to turn off his phone dring a show without Tweet seats. Don’t let this happen to you – get your tweet seats now
The cast of bare: a pop opera at Diversionary Theatre. July 2 – August 3, 2014

So to recap – a good show, a great price, and you can tweet about it during the show? Why are you still reading this? Go buy your tickets now at www.Diversionary.org. BARE: A POP OPERA is playing through Sunday, August 3, 2014!

Photo Credit: Diversionary Theatre

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