If you see only one show this Spring, make it PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT! We saw this in NYC and it is EYE POPPING with over 500 dazzling award winning costumes, a stage that is mind boggling and a story, that is of course, fantastic. 
Equality Illinois is giving  you the chance to see the Chicago debut of the Tony Award-winning and international sensation, Priscilla, Queen of the Dessert
See below how to get your tickets for its debut night.  This is  a limited opportunity to join Equality Illinois and AIDS Legal
Council of Chicago for the Chicago premiere performance of  Priscilla, on Tuesday, March 19, 2013,
all while supporting our work on marriage and equal LGBT rights for all

There are only have 250 tickets for this incredible event, and
they will sell out; their  Book of Mormon tickets were gone in a very
short period of time.

YOUR TICKETS:  Tickets are now available for purchase to all Equality Illinois supporters.  Please use this link
to buy your tickets.
 This offer is open to tens of thousands of
Equality Illinois and AIDS Legal Council of Chicago supporters, so be
sure to get yours today to ensure you receive the best seats.  The show
sells out very quickly internationally, and we expect its first night
in Chicago to sell out even quicker. 

VIP RECEPTION:  Your ticket includes access to a
special, post-show VIP reception. Location of the VIP reception will be
sent to ticket holders at least 3 weeks prior to the performance.

THE SHOW:  This spectacular show tells the uplifting
story of a trio of friends on a road trip of a lifetime, who hop aboard a
battered old bus searching for love and friendship in the middle of the
Australian outback and end up finding more than they could ever have

AGAIN, we can not stress enough, tickets for this event are extremely limited, so don’t delay in purchasing your tickets.  

 Please note that EQIL will notify you on how you can receive your
tickets before the show.   Purchases directly benefit Equality Illinois
Education Project and AIDS Legal Council of Chicago, 501(c)(3)
organizations, and are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law, and
are not appropriate for re-sale.