Melville Law Firm Holding Raffle Contest for Theater Tickets

Genser Dubow Genser & Cona giving away tickets to shows at the John Engeman Theater.

From Seiden Communications:

Genser Dubow Genser & Cona (GDGC), elder law firm in Melville, is sponsoring a raffle contest to give away two free tickets to each show for the 2013-14 season at the John Engeman Theater in Northport. 

The first 25 people who correctly answer the question related to the show will be eligible for the drawing. All entries must be done online by going to www.genserlaw.com and completing the form.   

The winner of the first contest will get two free tickets to Nunsense on Saturday, August 17 at 8 pm. After Nunsense, the next raffle prizes will be for the following Saturday evening performances:


Twelve Angry Men     October 12, 2013

White Christmas          December 14, 2013

Music Man                  April 19, 2014

Plaza Suite                   June 21, 2014

GDGC has signed on to be a Silver Sponsor for the main stage production of the Music Man in the Spring of 2014.  The firm is planning a client appreciation event around the performance.

“I am a strong supporter of the arts and I want to do more for our very fine local institutions on Long Island,” says Jennifer Cona, Esq., managing partner, GDGC.  “We are frequent patrons of the John Engeman Theater and are always impressed by the high caliber of each production.  I want to share my enthusiasm for the theater with our clients and hopefully introduce some new patrons to the theater.”  

GDGC also supports the Cinema Arts Center in Huntington. The John Engeman Theater is Long Island’s only year round theater company.  They draw their actors from the Broadway talent pool.


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