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Sunset Playhouse New Show Information

Nov. 5, 2010

New Show information!!! Here are some new things happening here at Sunset.

Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets® - TUESDAY DECEMBER 7TH @ 7:30pm

The Playhouse welcomes back old friends Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets® for a superb event that will lend some special end of year support to The Playhouse. The Four Guyz are generously lending their talents to The Playhouse for a special fundraising concert that will keep your toes tapping, leave you with a song in your heart, and provide you with a great time to party away the night at The Playhouse. This special one-night-only benefit performance is guaranteed to delight audiences of all ages! Your ticket purchase gives you admission to the performance AND a fantastic post-show party! Also, enter to win our Holiday Cash Raffle and you may win $500 (Details available when you buy your ticket on-line or over the phone by calling our Box Office at 262-782-4430)!

Help support Sunset Playhouse

and enter to win $500 this holiday season!!

The Playhouse will be running a Holiday Cash Raffle through December 31. We will pick three lucky winners at intermission of our New Year’s Eve JINGLE JIVE show. First prize is $500, Second Prize is $250 and Third Prize is $100.

(You need not be present at the December 31 performance of JINGLE JIVE to win. A minimum of 500 tickets must be sold listed prizes to be awarded. If fewer than 500 tickets are sold, prizes will be based on a percentage of total sales.)

Raffle tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. Enter your donation now (online) and we will issue you the appropriate number of raffle tickets and send them to you (or hold them with your tickets at Will Call for performances before December 31.)

Thanks for supporting The Sunset Playhouse, a not-for-profit theater serving the Greater Milwaukee community.

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