Music Theatre of Wenatchee held a raffle during The Drowsy Chaperone. After the last performance, Mike Magnotti drew the winning ticket. Pat Phillips, of Wenatchee, was the lucky winner. Pat told us that she was with 5 friends who came to the show. One gal bought 5 tickets and gave one to each of her friends. The rule was that if one of them won, they would share the basket of goodies. Pat is going to take the basket to work to share the the winning items with her co-workers.
- Two Free nights at Stormy Lodge on the Entiat River
- Five Free oil changes at Town Chrysler Dodge
- Free one-hour massage from Nikki Massage at Wall Chiropractic
- Free haircut and style from JC Penney Salon
- Over $150.00 in free salon products from JC Penney Salon
- Pink Apple Blossom Tote Bag
- Pink Apple Blossom T-shirt - Woman’s Medium
- Pink Apple Blossom Woman’s Cap
- Woman’s Size 8 Shoes
- Coupon for free rhinestone jewelry from One Stop Bridal
- Coupon for free tailoring at One Stop Bridal
- Two free tickets to see the Wenatchee Valley Venom
- Two free tickets to see MTW’s 50th Gala Show, coming September 30th
- Free large T-shirt from The Drowsy Chaperone
- Free show poster signed by the cast
The reviews are in, and everyone agrees that MTW's The Drowsy Chaperone is a hit. Audience members tell us that they never stopped laughing from the start of the show to the finish. There are only two performances left and tickets are going fast, so don't miss out on your opportunity to see one of the funniest shows you'll ever see.
(Cynthia Brown Photo)
Check out what Cynthia Brown has to say about the show. Click here!
The Wenatchee World interviewed some of the cast and crew of Sweeney Todd for an article in last week's paper. Click here to see the article and don't forget to buy your tickets for the show. There are only two weeks left!
The Wenatchee World interviewed playwright Brady Dundas for a story on The Woes of Being a Wallace. Check out the article on the Wenatchee World website and remember that Wallace opens on Thursday, June 10th and runs through Saturday, June 19th at the Riverside Playhouse. Tickets are available at the PAC. We hope to see you there!