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Catching up!

My apologies for the gap between our last post and this one. Between flu season and a very busy month, it simply got lost in the shuffle. I’ve got lots to report, so keep reading!

Our yearly Legend Series FUNdraiser opened last weekend to sold out houses and rave reviews. “What’d I Say: A Musical Tribute to Ray Charles” will run through March 23rd. Tickets are going fast, so be sure to get yours soon. Don’t forget to check out our new online ticketing system. Simply go to our website and click on the ‘tickets’ tab. Why deal with a voice mail system or play phone tag with the box office if you can do it yourself? If you prefer a personal touch, however, our box office staff is always happy to make your reservation. 🙂

My Fair Lady auditions were a huge success. Congratulations to everyone in the cast. If you’re curious to see the cast list, please visit the audition page on our website. If anyone would like to help out on the technical side of the show, please call our Volunteer Coordinator, Jeffrey Salsbury at 781-3889 x 11 or send him an email at [email protected].

This Saturday, March 1st, between 8 am and Noon we will be cleaning out our closets! For one day only we are opening our costume closet doors to the public! If you like it, you can have it! Costume, hats, shoes, purses, props. All different sizes, colors and time periods! Donations will be accepted. For more information, please contact our Production Manager, Katie Mack-Montenegro at 781-3889 x14 or [email protected]!

Our upcoming Readers’ Theatre production of Waiting for Godot will run on Thursday, March 27th at 8 pm and on Friday, March 28th at 8 pm. Tickets are only available online or cash at the door. This special production features local high school talent, so you won’t want to miss it!

That’s the update for now. I will be sure to keep you posted on any new and exciting events at the SLO Little Theatre. 🙂

Wendy-Marie Foerster
Executive Director