Bring It On: The Musical is the explosive new musical comedy that raises the stakes on over-the-top team rivalries. Set against the world of competitive cheerleading, this powerhouse new show hilariously proves that winning isn’t everything when it means losing something - or someone - you really care about. Bring It On: The Musical combines an exciting fresh sound, gravity-defying choreography, and a thrilling story to create a total theatrical event worth cheering for.
The characters in Bring It On: The Musical place a lot of importance on which high school they attend. Her whole life, Campbell has dreamed of going to Truman High to be a cheerleader and when a redistricting change makes her a Jackson High student, her whole world is turned upside-down. Campbell eventually discovers that the strength of her school spirit has less to do with which school she is attending and everything to do with what she makes of her experience there.
St. Louisans know a thing or two about high school pride, and it’s expected that, upon meeting someone new, the question of where you went to high school will come up in the conversation.
We’re asking you the famous question, and your answer could help you win a pair of tickets to see Bring It On: The Musical at the Fox Theatre on Tuesday, March 27!
To enter to win, tell us in the comments below which high school you went to (or go to) and the school’s mascot. We’ll pick a winner at random on Thursday, March 15.
Bonus: for every 25 comments we receive, we’ll pick another winner on March 15. The more comments, the more chances you have to win, so be sure to share the contest with your friends!
- You must be able to attend Bring It On: The Musical at the Fox Theatre on Tuesday, March 27 at 8pm.
- Contest ends Thursday, March 15 at 11:59pm. All entries must be received by then.
- Prize is non-transferrable. If chosen as a winner, we will contact you by email. You must respond within 24 hours to claim your prize.
- You cannot have won a similar contest in the last 30 days.
- You must be 18 years of age or older with a valid, government-issued ID