THANK YOU so much for your ticket inquiry for our one-night, celebrity reading of the screenplay of All The President's Men at Los Angeles City Hall on January 27th, hosted by Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell.
We received a TREMENDOUS RESPONSE for the event. Unfortunately, there are only 240 seats in the Council Chamber and we received requests for over 5 thousand tickets!
In an effort to be as fair as possible, we've created a LOTTERY SYSTEM to allocate tickets.
Everyone who submitted a ticket inquiry has automatically been entered into the LOTTERY and names will be drawn randomly.
The LOTTERY drawing will be on Monday, January 22nd at 12 noon.
If your name is selected, you will receive an email with instructions on receiving your ticket.
Everyone who submitted an inquiry will be notified.
We thank you for your understanding and patience.
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