Oct 5, 2010

An Ideal Date! Tickets and Drinks for Two

An Ideal Date Ticket Giveaway
Entry deadline Oct. 6 | 2:00 p.m.
Winner chooses which night to attend!

We're giving away tickets and drinks for two to Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband, opening this Friday! To enter, just post a comment here or hop on to Facebook and tell us about your Ideal Date (or its antithesis, the Worst Date Ever). Some things you might consider: who? where? dinner? dessert? transportation?

Rules: We get to pick the winner. The winner has to be at least 13. The deadline is 10/6/2010 at 2:00 p.m. MST. That's it!


14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Spending the day bike riding or hiking then going for a ice cream cone

Kathy said...

An ideal date at first would be very casual to get to know the person. I don't want to have to be worrying on how I am going to eat a large meal in front of him. I would want it to be somewhat casual, going somewhere for dessert and coffee at an unbeat, but yet romantic "dim light setting" atmosphere. Not necessarily dress up, but nice pair of jeans, shirt and heels. I think he should pick me up out of respect and to break the ice before eating dinner or dessert. Then, end it with a walk and window shopping!!

Jennifer Taylor said...

If you're gonna dream...dream big! My ideal date:

Starting point: An airplane hanger. We would take a small plane (which he was flying) to a nearby city (Denver, for now). We would have dinner outside of a hanger, watching planes fly over. Dinner would be catered by some fantastic BBQ place, complete with Sweet Tea! Next stop: A show of some sort. Comedy? A Play? A concert? Either one! Something that would have us talking and laughing together.

All this would be made complete by a night time flight back to our starting point. If he's smart, he'll let me take the controls briefly...and he'll certainly get a kiss at the end! :)

Anonymous said...

My ideal date would pick me up in an antique=model luxury car, drive me to an awsome view of the mountains, park, open a bottle of red wine, hand me a bouquet of flowers and tell me how great I look for a single 50 yr. old mom of 2 young kids (which i do!), then we'd go to see a play/show at the FAC and maybe a drink at the bar there. Afterward, we'd dine at Nosh or the Broadmoor, chat about the show,take a walk downtown, then he'd give me a warm hug and maybe kiss and I'd tell him how much I appreciated such a wonderuful date with a gentleman!Oh, forgot to add - definately a creme brulee somewhere afterward.

James said...

The ideal date would be a lady who would accompany me on a hunting trip so she has to love and know how to hunt.We would hike the rugged terrain and also view the beauties of nature. Not someone is who "manly" of course, still needs to be very womanly, but enjoys the outdoors. Then afterwards, stop for a nice quiet dinner to reminisce the day we had together.

John Duprey said...

My ideal date:
I pick up my beautiful date at her house. We drop the top on the car and enjoy the wind and sun enroute. We head to Azure at the FAC for dinner and then watch a play. After we go to the Underground for their fetish ball and dancing. Then we head home for desert and more delightful activities.

John 719-338-3535

linda said...

My most ideal date was the blind date my late husband's best friend set me up with. The best friend asked a fellow CCIM realtor to take me to dinner because I was new in town and didn't know many people. This handsome, likeable, and oh so! charming man became my constant companion, best friend, and yes! ultimately my husband!

Rose Stone said...

Hi, I'm 51 years old. My ideal husbnad was my high school sweetheat who I never married. the dates we had, homecoming, prom, woodsies on old stage road, those were the days. Instead fell in love with a man I barely knew had three children with was married 27 years then the divorce. I never had a date with him, too busy with the kids. I've been divorced for 5 years now dating for three years to a gentleman who I think could be my ideal husband. Alot of chemistry, golfing, hiking, dancing, movies together, traveling, we have experience on many dates. The only thing is he still is attach to his ex-wife who they still own a home together that for 3 years is unable to sell. I'm being to believe is there really "AN Ideal HUSBAND" for me???

Denny said...

Dressing up - Fashion is what one wears oneself. What is unfashionable is what other people wear.

Reclining somewhat intimately for Moroccan food, washing hands in spiced orange peel water with rose petals to dry them - This is not my day for talking seriously.

Looking at my wife's sparking eyes and inviting smile - A rather charming little idea has come into my head, and now that I consider it, I find it to be a rather charming big idea.

Horse & carriage ride through the crisp Autumn air @ dusk to the FAC - To look at a thing is quite different from seeing a thing, and one does not see anything until one sees its beauty.

Gracefully entering the dinner party at the home of Sir Robert & Lady Chiltern - Oh, I like tedious, practical subjects. What I don't like are tedious, practical people.

Sharing witty banter with Lord Goring - I love talking about nothing, Father. It's the only thing I know anything about.

At the end of the evening - There comes a time in every son's life when he must, indeed, follow his father's advice: I shall go to bed at once....

Denny said...

Dressing up - Fashion is what one wears oneself. What is unfashionable is what other people wear.
Reclining somewhat intimately for Moroccan food, washing hands in spiced orange peel water with rose petals to dry them - This is not my day for talking seriously.
Looking at my wife's sparking eyes and inviting smile - ...A rather charming little idea has come into my head, and now that I consider it, I find it to be a rather charming big idea.

Horse & carriage ride through the crisp Autumn air @ dusk to the FAC -
To look at a thing is quite different from seeing a thing, and one does not see anything until one sees its beauty.
Gracefully entering the dinner party at the home of Sir Robert & Lady Chiltern - Oh, I like tedious, practical subjects. What I don't like are tedious, practical people.

Sharing witty banter with Lord Goring - I love talking about nothing, Father. It's the only thing I know anything about.

At the end of the evening - There comes a time in every son's life when he must, indeed, follow his father's advice: I shall go to bed at once....

Franklund said...

My ideal date would be with my hubs, no kids, and great entertainment!

Kimberly Tucker Pfennigs said...

Sometimes life creates the perfect storm for an ideal date....our happened when our then 3 year old son was in the middle of cancer treatment. By happenstance, my dearest friend, Bill, came out from Boston to lend moral support. While Bill was here, we got the news that Jonah's cancer was in remission. Bill took us to the Mona Lisa for a celebration that will NEVER be surpassed. (BTW, after a bone marrow transplant 8 years ago, Jonah is now 11 and totally wearing us out! LOL!)

Julie Pearson said...

My ideal date is with my husband. I am about 6 months pregnant so just getting out of the house while I can would be nice. It would include red roses, a carriage ride to the Mona Lisa Fondue restaurant, and seeing An Ideal Husband!

Julie Pearson said...

My ideal date is with my husband. I am about 6 months pregnant so just getting out of the house while I can would be nice. It would include red roses, a carriage ride to the Mona Lisa Fondue restaurant, and seeing An Ideal Husband!