31: The Game

  • The Pollard Theatre Company is thrilled to announce our 2017-2018 Season.

SHALL WE PLAY AGAIN?

Many of you played with us before but for those new to the game the idea is simple. Over the course of the next six weeks the Pollard will post (on our website & Facebook page) an image clue that provides contestants with all the information needed to guess the titles of our upcoming season. The information is carefully hidden in the clues - so dig deep. When you feel you've deciphered all the clues, email your submission of the titles in order (no dates necessary) to 31thegame@thepollard.org

DO NOT POST YOUR SUBMISSIONS ONLINE or send a message via Facebook as you may unwittingly help other contestants and be immediately disqualified to win. The first correct submission wins The Grand Prize, with additional prizes for the next 5 eligible submissions. Complete Eligibility information is available below. Come join in the fun and help us announce our extraordinary 31st Season! Shall we play...again?

Read the Contest Rules

Feel free to comment and share on Facebook - it's a game, make it fun! - but remember, you're competing with others, so don't give too much away!

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To start our game off, we'll GIVE you an easy one. But the next 5 clues you'll have to figure out all by yourself. With three bottles in the clue, the placement in the season is the 3rd slot. While it may not be part of the current vernacular, the booze is also know as "spirits". With a bottle from the past, present and future, this clue is clearly reference our perennial favorite: A Territorial Christmas Carol

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CLUE #3

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CLUE #6

 

More clues are on the way! Stay tuned to see if you can figure out our 31st Season!

  

Contest Rules:

There will be six image clues. Each one will represent the title of a show AND its placement in our season. Once all six clues are available, submit your answer to 31thegame@thepollard.org. Multiple submissions are allowed, but of course only the correct one counts!  The first contestant to send the correct answer (based on the email time stamp) wins the Grand Prize! The next two correct entrants will each win a Second Place prize, followed by three Third Place winners.

  • Send your answer to 31thegame@thepollard.org
  • List all six show titles IN ORDER
  • Be sure to include your name and contact information
  • You must 'Like' our Facebook page to qualify!

Eligibility

The Contest is open only to individual legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who, at the time of entry, are age 18 or older and are 'liked' Friends of the Pollard Theatre Company Facebook Page.  The Contest is not open to entry where prohibited or restricted by law and is not open to employees, volunteer staff, immediate family members (spouses, domestic partners, parents, grandparents, siblings, children and grandchildren) of employees of the Pollard Theatre Company. Further, The Contest is not open to theatre producers, performers, artists and/or technician currently engaged or in negotiations to engage in collaborative efforts with the Pollard Theatre for the 2017-18 Season. Only entrants who  have submitted via email (31thegame@thepollard.org) and have not posted full or partial submission or guesses online successfully meet the criteria and are eligible for this Contest.

Decisions of the judges (that's us) are final. The Pollard Theatre is not responsible for incorrect or inaccurate information, human error, technical malfunctions, lost/delayed data transmission, omission, interruption, deletion, defect or failures of any computer equipment or software or any combination thereof or for any lost, stolen, late, misdirected, incomplete or damaged submission or any submission not submitted during the Entry Period. The Pollard's email server clock will be the official timekeeper.

 



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Pollard Theatre Company is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, whose mission is to produce professional theatre that engages and inspires Oklahoma's audiences, and contributes to the quality of life and economy of our community and state. Additional assistance is provided by the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.