What You Can Win
- Two (2) tickets to see Waitress on May 1, 2018, featuring Katharine McPhee
- Private baking lesson with the "Waitress" pie consultant
- Backstage tour following the show
- Meet & Greet with the cast
- Roundtrip Airfare and Hotel Accommodations for two (2) people
A note from The Cast of WAITRESS
Since Waitress is the first Broadway musical with an all-female creative team, we’re celebrating women during National Women’s History Month by raising money for the National Women’s History Museum. The museum has curated a stunning collection through their interactive website, and online and physical exhibits that communicate the wide breadth of American women's experiences and accomplishments.
For only a $10 donation in support of the National Women’s History Museum, you and a friend could win a trip to New York City to see Waitress on Broadway. We’ll cover your airfare and hotel and provide you with VIP tickets to the show. Then you’ll get to go backstage, hang out with us, and get a tour. You’ll even get a private baking lesson with the show’s amazing pie consultant, Stacy Donnelly! If you donate more, you’ll earn more chances to win, plus get some cool goodies from the show.
Thanks for your support. We can’t wait to meet one of you on Broadway!
About National Women's History Museum
Founded in 1996, the National Women's History has researched, collected, and exhibited the contributions of women to the social, cultural, economic, and political life of our nation in the context of our collective history. The Museum uses innovative and engaging means including an interactive website, online and physical exhibits, educational programs, live presentations, social media, and other outreach efforts to communicate the breadth of American women's experiences and accomplishments to reach the widest possible audience. Through these efforts and its future physical presence, the Museum serves as a guiding light to inspire people regardless of gender, class, race, or culture to move into the future with respect, equal confidence, greater partnership, and opportunity.
Find out more at www.womenshistory.org