Unemployed? See 'Full Monty' for free

Posted February 24, 2010

"The Full Monty," a musical about the journey of six unemployed steelworkers who find satisfaction and success in song and dance, is offering 100 free tickets for men in similar circumstances for performances at the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium on Saturday and Sunday.

The tickets are available until 4 p.m. Thursday. Applications can be printed from the Web site of the North Carolina Theatre and returned by fax to: 919-831-6951. Tickets are for performances Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.


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  • nctennisfan Feb 24, 2010

    Let's see...I'm unemployed and am using savings to pay my bills. I would love to see the show but, alas, I don't have the luxury of a fax machine at home. I think one should be able to sumbit the "application" online. Thanks for nothing.

  • jobchick2004 Feb 24, 2010

    For all the unemployed or employed men seeing this show, don't get any ideas! LOl!

  • anneonymousone Feb 24, 2010

    I went to see it with coworkers without knowing the premise first. I was really afraid that I had walked into a movie that would sexually objectify and abuse men in the same way that women have been treated in so many cultures.

    To my pleasant surprise, the movie was about people, not about bodies, and was a commentary on the way that some sexually-based "entertainment" turns people into things. It was a lovely, funny movie that made like people better as I was walking out of the theater than I did when I walked in. (There are some songs from the soundtrack that I can not hear without cracking up horribly.)

    I hope the musical is as good and as real.

  • ghimmy51 Feb 24, 2010

    This should really appeal to those following the John Edwards sex tape story.