Thursday, March 24

Mom & Me Giveaway- see Hairspray at the Rep!

I am so excited for this, I can't even think of a proper introduction.... so.... here it is!

My friends at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre asked me to give away two tickets to the Mom & Me event and matinee of Hairspray on Saturday, April 9!



There will be a Lunch & Shop before the show (from noon to 2:00) featuring jewelry by Rae Ann Creations, handbags, candles, salon services by Staci Roberts, custom picture frames and more by The Sassy Polka Dot (remember the gorgeous canvas she made me?), and a special Hairspray cake by Covered in Cake!
Then the fun begins onstage as Tracy Turnblad and Link Larkin and the rest of the Hairspray cast raise the curtains at 2:00 pm.

Tickets start at $40, but you can win two right here! This will be such a fun time for mothers and daughters (or sisters! or BFFs! or cousins! or next door neighbors!) of all ages.
 
There are several (fun!) ways to win:
  • Leave a comment on this post describing your worst haircut.
  • Like chasing my Bees on Facebook, and leave an additional comment saying that you did.
  • Like The Rep on Facebook and leave another comment.
  • Check out The Rep's 2011-2012 season and leave yet another  comment about which show you're most looking forward to (To Kill a Mockingbird! The Wiz! Second City!) seeing.
  • Saving the best option for last: Send a picture of your own hairspray fiasco or swingin' 60's outfit to SavannahB@chasingmyBees.com and I'll publicly shame you give your props for your bravery!

Send me your pictures and leave your comments by next Friday, April 1st.
I'll post the pics and announce the winner on Monday, April 4th!
 
 
Tracy with 'TEEN Magazine, featuring Link Larkin!
from Arkansas Repertory Theatre's flickr stream

 
 

 
Disclosure: The folks and the productions at the Rep are beyond awesome. In exchange for asking me to do this giveaway, the Rep is giving me 3 tickets to see Hairspray, so I can take my mom and my Ladybug. Just don't tell my mom about it, because it's a surprise. The Rep did not ask me to tell you how awesome they are, or to include so dadgum many exclamation points in one blog post. All opinions (and punctuation) are solely my own.
Seriously, don't tell my mom.


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44 comments:

  1. My worst haircut was when I was in high school. I had my hair "highlighted" and it ended up looking like I had a head full of gray hair! I had to go back later and have it dyed back to my natural color.

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  2. I liked the Rep on Facebook.

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  3. I think I would most want to see A Christmas Carol from the 2011-2012 lineup at the Rep.

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  4. I wear my hair pretty short, and my worst cut came from a stylist who cut my bangs straight across my forehead. I looked like a five year old--I cried all the way home!

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  5. I am super excited about The Wiz coming to the Rep!

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  6. I liked chasing my Bees on facebook.

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  7. My worst haircut was when my mom cut my long golden locks and gave me and my sister the same little dutch boy haircut! However, the most memorable hairstyle was when my friends who were in beauty school decided to give me a beehive! My hair was so tall I had to bend it to get in the car! I wish I had a picture!

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  8. Um, in high school I was super-cool and my grandmother cut my hair. I brought her a magazine with a photo, the hair was all fringy and stuff. My grandmother was not a master in 'The Rachel' and I walked the block from my grandmothers house to mine with the magazine over my head crying.
    I ended up fixing it myself, which did not really look much better.

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  9. My worst haircut was the year I moved to AR, the day before I started school. I decided to "trim" my bangs a bit, and a I cut a little to much off. Not exactly the 1st impression I wanted to make my 1st day of highschool in a new state!

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  10. I want to see to Kill a Mockingbird!

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  11. I have naturally curly hair so the worst hair cut ever was in high school when a stylist cut the top part of my hair way too short in relation to the bottom and I ended up looking like a poodle. Bad bad bad bad

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  12. Jennifer Holsted8:57 AM, March 29, 2011

    Worst hair cut ever was in 7th grade. My bangs were so short they stuck straight out. It was so bad that my mom cried too!

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  13. I went and liked everything - can this one comment cut it lol
    I would tell you about my bad haircut but I never really had a bad one, so I will tell you that I want these tickets to surprise my mom who is FINALLY doing better on her Chemo and can get out and I want to show her a good time and surprise her to lift her spirits. Thanks, Charityd77@gmail.com

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  14. oh and I am most looking forward to seeing The Wiz!!

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  15. Mine was the choice to get bangs. Not short bangs, kind of long bangs actually. Long enough for half of them to be curled backward, and half of them forward. I was 11 and had monstrous glasses and braces. Hot, I know...

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  16. NMC

    My worst haircut was going from shoulder length hair to short hair. It was a shock going that drastic.

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  17. I liked the Rep on Facebook.

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  18. The show I am most looking for in 2010-2011 is A Christmas Story.

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  19. I've had two horrible haircuts. One was a bob that I maticulouly curled under every day, making me oompa loompaish. The second was in college, when I bought into the whole Dixie Chick short do.
    I'd love to take my mom or sister to the show!

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  20. I can't wait for Ring of Fire!! :)

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  21. My worst haircut had to be when I cut it really short and my friends called me Mushroom Head. At the time (Jr.High), we thought it was cute/funny, but looking back, it was neither!!!!

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  22. My worst haircut was as a grown woman, and it was my own crazy fault. I so desperately wanted my haircut, but (being a young married woman with a child to support and a limited income) I decided I would do it myself. Having never attempted such a task, you might think I would gather information or seek counsel...but no. I just decided it was time one morning as I got ready for work. And if giving myself a haircut in a last minute decision wasn't trouble enough...I decided I had seen the hairdresser give me layers so many times I was just sure I could do that too! I was in tears by the time I rushed to the car, calling my mom on my cell phone asking her to come up to the school where I taught so she could straighten it out while there was something left to straighten! Yikes! Not the first silly decision I have made...or the last...but I DO NOT cut my own hair anymore! :)

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  23. I liked Chasing my Bees on facebook. :) a long time ago :)

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  24. I would love to see all of the performances listed on the 2011-2012 schedule...A Christmas Carol would be so fun! To Kill a Mockingbird would be great! The Wiz sounds fantastic! :)

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  25. Haircut - not sure. Hairstyle - in my 7th grade pictures, I had A) too long, ratty, 1990s bangs and B) a HUGE scrunchie on the top of my head... like just behind my bangs. My parents still refer to it as the "school pictures with the dog turd on your head". So yeah, there's that...

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  26. And I liked you on Facebook a million years ago. And then my blog page liked you on Facebook.

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  27. My worst haircut was probably all of them from 4th and 5th grade. I started getting bad grades and my mom trimmed an inch off for every C, 2 for every D, and 3 for Fs!

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  28. Liked Chasing My Bees on facebook.

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  29. I'd like to see Ring of Fire.

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  30. Like The Rep on Facebook
    Tclarkusa at gmail

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  31. Worst haircut --> 1st grade do it yourself bangs the day before school pics. Need I say more?

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  32. The Wiz and To Kill a Mockingbird are high on my list of shows to see

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  33. Jennifer Holsted3:00 PM, June 08, 2011

    Worst hair cut ever was in 7th grade. My bangs were so short they stuck straight out. It was so bad that my mom cried too!

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  34. I liked chasing my Bees on facebook.

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