Win tickets to “In the Heights” at the Historic Howell Theater


The LivPo — proud sponsor of “In the Heights,” which starts Friday, June 11, at the Historic Howell Theater in downtown Howell, and runs for three weeks— is giving away some free tickets.

The film — based on the Lin-Manuel Miranda Broadway musical of the same name — tells the story of Usnavi de la Vega, a New York City bodega owner who saves every penny he earns as he hopes for a better life. He is played by Anthony Ramos, who had the dual roles of John Laurens and Philip Hamilton in the smash hit “Hamilton,” also created by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

To win tickets, say something nice, tell us how many tickets you’d like (maximum of 4), and include your contact information in the comment section below. Winners will be chosen at random throughout the film’s run at the Historic Howell Theater.

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  1. What a wonderful way to celebrate our community coming together again. We would greatly appreciate 3 tickets.

  2. I love the Post and frequent the HHT often. Would love 3 tickets to see my favorite Lin Manuel Miranda’s creation!

  3. Heard a review of the film on NPR today and it sounds wonderful! I would like 2 tickets.

  4. Wow, love the generosity! Looks like a great feel good movie. Would love to take the whole family out, 4 tickets please and thank you!

  5. This really awesome! My kids are so excited to see this movie!! I’m so happy to be able to be back in theaters again!! We would love 3 tickets to the show!
    Linda Preiss –

  6. What a wonderful place to premiere the movie! I rally like Hamilton’! and am looking forward to this new musical. I’d like 4 tickets please!

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