Theatre Club
Just a reminder that the Trilogy Theatre Club meets every second Saturday of the month at 9:00 am in the 
 
Trilogy Ballroom or Multipurpose Room (should the Ballroom not be available)
There will be a notification if the venue has changed.
 
 

Upcoming Trip in JULY 2024 to Utah

The flyer with all information about the upcoming Utah trip can be accessed by clicking here.

Upcoming Events

Something will be appearing here soon...keep an eye out for it!
 
 

Remember when

Click the picture below for the slide show!
 

Membership Form - join the Theatre Club!

Great decision!  We'd love to have you.  Just click HERE and download the membership form, fill it out, and take it to the Front Desk in the Clubhouse along with your dues.

Theatre Club By-Laws

Just click on the link to view the Theatre Club Addendum and the Theatre Club Standing Rules.  If there is anything missing you can email any of the Club Officers. 
 
Currently the Officers are:
 
President:  Marc Larson
Executive Vice-President:  Dave Brown
Senior Vice-President:  Cathy Gueci
Secretary:  Lynne Fabulich
Treasurer:  Chuck Tebelius
Membership Director:  Bonnie West
Publicity Director:  Mary Gates
 

Request for Workers at Club Events

This is for all events - plays, dinners, trips, dances, fundraisers - whatever!!   We are always looking for talent - not just “on stage”. You can satisfy your creative or technical skills behind the scenes. We need trip coordinators, logistics managers, committee chairpeople, carpenters, sound and light technicians, costume designers, writers, photographers, decorators, etc. Come join the fun!

We need talent for all kinds of things - not just plays!  We are always exploring different entertainment offerings, so keep your ears open.  To quote a bit from the West Side Story song..."somethin's comin', I don't know what it is, but it is gonna be great..."

 

Things to Do Around Town: General Information

Events suggested here are for personal participation.  These are just a few of the community's entertainment options:

Theater Trivia Night: Bonnie suggested having a group come in that does Trivia and we could make it all about plays, TV, movies etc. This would be at Trilogy.  No information yet, but perhaps this would be a great summer activity for our year-rounders, and it could be continued during full occupancy months!  If you are interested in starting this or hosting, contact Bonnie West.

Higley Center for the Performing Arts (HCPA) always has something interesting going on.  Their website information for shows and tickets:  Higley Center For The Performing Arts and to see their calendar go to HCPA Calendar

The Hale Theater has another season of marvelous productions available.  Here is the link to their website:  https://www.haletheatrearizona.com

The Queen Creek Performing Arts Center (QCPAC) website for information and tickets:  Queen Creek Performing Arts Center 

Chandler Center For the Arts (CCA) website link: Chandler Center For The Arts

The Grand Canyon Railway that leaves from Williams, AZ is operating and you can even stay at the historic hotel there.  For more information, click this link:  The Grand Canyon Railway Train

Barleen's Opera House in Apache Junction is still going strong, offering a variety of entertainments.  Check 'em out for shows and cost for dinner, menu, etc. at Barleen's Dinner Show

Additional links to theater venues in and around Phoenix/Gilbert.  If the link is not active, just copy and paste it into your browser.

Ikeda Theater www.mesaartscenter.com Arizona Financial Theater https://www.livenation.com
Herberger Theater https://herbergertheater.org Arizona Broadway Theater https://www.azbroadway.org
Arizona Performing Arts Center (602) 952-8447 (no website given) Celebrity Theater https://www.celebritytheater.com
       
       
 
 
 

Support Our Local Talent!

Williams Field High School
 
Copy this link into your browser for tickets:  https://gofan.co/app/school/AZ13223/Performing-Arts or go to the Williams Field High School website and click on the Fine Arts tab under Programs/Services.
 
Higley High School
 
Copy this link into your browser which takes you to their Fine Arts - Drama webpage:  https://www.husd.org/Page/48490
 
Websites change all the time, so if you have no luck, just Google the school and follow the webpage instruction for public-facing events.
 
 
 

History of Events, Plays and Trips

These are presentations containing the pictures taken by or forwarded to Publicity for inclusion on the website.  The presentation documents can be updated and reloaded as additional information is received.  Any additional pictures or additional information about what happened on the trip or at the event can be incorporated into the presentation at any time.
 
Year / Month Event, Play or Trip Link to presentation Notes
2003  -  March EVENT Vaudeville And Beyond - Variety Show  
2015  -  March   EVENT
Seniors On The Road - Variety Show
Variety show that tells a story about the residents featured in a previous play
2015  -  April  TRIP Branson, Missouri  
2015  -  November EVENT Fall Kickoff Event - Auntie Kreamsaugen  
2015  -  December EVENT Christmas Dinner held at Trilogy
2016  -  April PLAY "The Odd Couple"  female version
2017  -  November EVENT Fall Kickoff - Marc Cordes  
2018  -  April TRIP New York Trip  
2018  -  December TRIP Branson, Missouri  
2018  -  December EVENT Dream City  
2019  -  February EVENT Welcome Back Event - Jeff Allen This was supposed to be the welcome back event in 2018 in November but was postponed due to the parking lot renovation
2019  -  April PLAY "Don't Mention My Name"  
2022  -  November EVENT Breakfast Meeting  
2023  -  October EVENT Hooray For Hollywood  

FEB 2024 General Meeting Minutes

Call to Order:  Marc Larson called the meeting to order at 9 am and led the members in the Pledge of Allegiance.
 
Officers Present:  Marc Larson, Cathy Gueci, Mary Gates, Chuck Tebelius, Dave Brown
 
President’s Welcome:  Marc reminded everyone that the play is 6 weeks from now.  He reminded us that club elections will soon be held, and he thanked the current Board.  He mentioned that here would be new officers.  
 
He stressed the need to sell the tickets in the community and asked everyone to mention it to all their friends and family and any other groups or clubs to which they belong.
 
Approval of Minutes:  Marc Larson asked for approval of the minutes of the January 20, 2024 General Meeting.  George Smith made a motion to accept – seconded by Rodney Shields. Motion carried unanimously. 
 
Financial Report:  Chuck Tebelius presented the financial report.  As of January 31, our current balance is $12,671.01. We have available cash (unrestricted) of $12,041.90. There is a restricted balance of $629.11.  Penny Bollinger noted a correction to reverse the years on the EVENTS COMPLETED  line.  JoAnn Derbenti made a motion to accept the financial report and Pius Lacher seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
 
Membership:  Bonnie West provided information in her absence.  We have 156 paid members. If your name was not on the sign in sheet this morning, we haven't received your 2024 dues.  Also, please check your phone number and email and make any corrections needed. Thank you to Elaine and Annette for handling sign in this morning.  There were 57 members who signed in for the February meeting.
 
Publicity:  Mary Gates just stressed the need to sell the Theatre Club play to friend, family, and other groups/clubs.  Currently a non-Trilogy resident cannot purchase tickets through Purple Pass eve if they have a Purple Pass logon.  It is not set up that way between Trilogy and Purple Pass.  That does not preclude residents acting as a go-between for ticket purchases.  It just means it has to be a private transaction at this time.  She said if the last minutes were not yet posted, they will be today.  
 
Dave Brown Construction update:  Dave mentioned the crew got a lot done on the construction – painting and building – at last Saturday’s event.  Today’s construction meet will be postponed until tomorrow, Sunday, from 9AM to 1PM.  Even though is Super Bowl Sunday, if you can spare a little time in the morning, please come to Dave’s house.  Dave said one thing that will need to be done today is to move the car, which is built, but is very heavy.  There was a show of hands for several volunteers and help support for tomorrow.  
 
Ron Pale said they still need people for backstage help for the play.  
 
Dave also mentioned there will be training for the option to use your phone and earbuds with the sound system.  We have receivers available to use with the system.  Instruction is needed to set up on your phone as some phones may not be able to use it.
 
Cathy Gueci Play Update:  There are 116 tickets left for Thursday; there are 40 tickets left for Friday; there are 36 tickets left for Saturday; there are 87 tickets left for Sunday’s matinee.  There developed a need for two ticket-takers for Thursday’s performance.  Roger and Lynne Seeley stepped up to the challenge.  
 
The support staff to put on the play is working hard in advance of the actual performance:  the AVL team  - Steve, Joe, Dave have put many hours put in; the construction crew is busy and there are always a lot of people helping; Sharon Colligan is our new, never-before-did-it curtain puller; Teresa Larson and Shirline Kish are working as prompters, and they are also new to this function.  Ron said the artwork being created for the backdrops is amazing and everyone is encouraged to drop by Dave’s house on construction days just to see it.  Marc commented about the sheer number of people behind the scenes and we thanked them with a round of applause.  
 
General Business:
 
  • Play ticket sales – Since everyone is being asked to push the tickets, there may be questions.  Penny Bollinger said she was asked if snacks could be brought and Cathy said there will be snacks provided BUT you can bring whatever you want plus whatever drinks you want to bring.
  • Nominating Committee – Kathy Gerdl and Bob Peterson – Joyce Johnson was part of the team but dropped out to run for an office.  The following people are running:
    • Barbara Huff is running for Vice President to replace Cathy Gueci who is not running again
    • Lynne Fabulich is running for Membership to replace Bonnie West who is not running again
    • Mary Gates is running for Publicity unopposed
    • Joyce Johnson is running for Secretary (because Lynne Fabulich is running for Membership)
    • Penny Bollinger is running for Membership
        March 9th will be the final date for election; voting will be done through Constant
        Contact which will go out this week.  Each member will have a vote; shared emails will
        be considered and we will figure out a way to get CC to accommodate each member.
  • Actor Workshop – Barbara Huff said attendance has not been terrific, but it is still going on and encouraged everyone to join in – lots of fun.  Penny Bollinger asked what went on in the workshop and Barbara explained how the monologues work – no memorization, just reading.  Each volunteer reads how he or she handles the material then we discuss it.  It is a way to get your feet wet in this arena with no commitment required.
Calendar:
  • Club dinner April 13th – Marc said we need to have someone step up to handle the arrangements or chair the event; if no one steps up to chair the event we will just have a regular meeting in April.
  • Utah Trip July 15 – 19 – Again, Bonnie provided information and Mary Gates read her information.  Penny Bollinger asked if there would be a pickup in Vegas for snowbirds who want to join the trip or stay a few extra days and there will be a pickup in Vegas.
  • Fall event – October 26; not expecting another Hooray for Hollywood but there will be something for your entertainment; more to follow on that.
  • Christmas Party in December – No date was discussed but this potential event would also need to be hosted by someone – or if not one individual, then a committee.
  • Travel and future trips – Ideas and suggestions are wanted.  We will be getting the schedule for Hale and Carrie Mercer already has stepped up to be the contact for Hale for procurement of tickets.  Marc reminded everyone that there are various other places to go around the community for entertainment (plays, concerts, clubs, individual performances, etc.)
  • Other club business – No other clubs needed to announce anything going on.
 
Adjournment:  Pius Lacher moved to adjourn the meeting and it was seconded by Elain Thiel.  Ended at 9:41.
 
Submitted by,
Mary Gates for Lynne Fabulich, Secretary

JAN 2024 General Meeting Minutes

Call to Order: Marc Larson called the meeting to order at 9 am and led the members in the Pledge of Allegiance.
 
Officers Present: Marc Larson, Cathy Gueci, Lynne Fabulich, Mary Gates, Bonnie West, Chuck Tebelius
 
Approval of Minutes:  Lynne Fabulich asked for approval of the minutes of the December 9, 2023, General meeting. Leanne Pennington made a motion to accept. Kathy Gerdl seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. 
 
Financial Report: Chuck Tebelius presented financial report. As of December 31, our current balance is $12,360.22 (verified by CA). We have available cash (unrestricted) of $11,866.11. There is a restricted balance of 494.11 Chuck advised the members that there is approximately $7,000 in inventory of props in storage and uninsured. Also, according to CA By-Laws, Rule 9 states a financial report must be sent to all members annually. Chuck said a copy of the financial statement will be sent to all with the minutes from today’s meeting. George Smith made a motion to accept the financial report and Pius Lacher seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
 
Membership: Bonnie West acknowledged 3 new members signed up from the Club Expo. Bonnie reported that there are some members who have not paid their 2024 dues. If dues are not paid by the Jan. 31, 2024 deadline, your name will be removed from the membership rolls.  Checks for dues should be made out to Trilogy at Power Ranch for $15 and can be left in the Theatre Club mailbox in the Clubhouse.
 
Publicity: Mary Gates apologized to membership for no on-screen presentation as technology was not on today. Mary asked those members who just returned from Panama Canal cruise, to send her photos so they can be uploaded to the website. Also, if you have any other photos from past events, please pass them along to her so she can upload them as well. Mary is still working on previous photos to be included. If anyone has any suggestions for new ideas for the website forward them to her. 
 
Play Update:  Cathy Gueci reported rehearsals for “Deliver Us From Mama” are going great. Rehearsals, starting next week, will be off book. Tickets went on sale December 29 through Purple Pass. Unfortunately, there were problems with purchasing tickets. However, all has been resolved and sales are going strong. As of Jan. 20, we still have available for March 21 – 143 tickets, March 22 – 65 tickets, March 23 – 79 tickets, March 24 – 117 tickets. After Jan. 29, tickets will be available for anyone to purchase. The price of the tickets is $18 each. Posters for the play are up in community. Cathy showed members artwork created by Barbara Hoffman for play and thanked her for her creativity. Cathy also thanked Jerry Pennington for his artwork on the scenery flats.
  • Ron Pale informed the members that there will be a play construction meeting at Dave Brown’s house on January 27. Look for an email from Dave confirming meeting.
  • Cindy Halvorsen, decorating chair for the play, will be sending out an email this week to the committee on decorating plans. 
Actor Workshop: 
Barbara Huff stated the Actor Workshop, immediately following General Meeting, consists of funny monologues that are read and critiqued by all those attending. Workshop should last about 45 minutes.  Barbara proceeded to read a short excerpt from today’s selections.
 
General Business:

Calendar:
  • Jan. 11, 2024 – Club Expo. Marc Larson gave kudos to Cathy Gueci, Lynne Fabulich and Chuck Tebelius for manning table at Expo.
  • Jan. 20, 2024, Broadway Showstoppers at Queen Creek Performing Arts Center. There are 3 tickets available. See Lynne Fabulich if you are interested.
  • Feb. 3, 2024, See How They Run at Hale Theater hosted by Karen Humbert. Sold out, but there is a waitlist.
  • Apr. 13, 2024 – End of Year Club Event. No membership meeting that morning. Looking for volunteers for this event. More information to follow.
  • July 15-19, 2024 – Utah/Las Vegas Trip - Bonnie West informed membership that only 16 people signed up for the trip. They need a total of 30 people in order for the trip to go forward. Bonnie reviewed itinerary again with a trip to Las Vegas to see Terry Fator, Cedar City for a performance of 39 Steps and St. George Utah for performances of Jersey Boys and Anatasia. Winter visitors can meet up with group in Las Vegas if interested. Sign up is with Free Spirit Travel Vacations, 480-926-5547.
  • Oct. 26, 2024 – Welcome Back/Fall Event – Mark your calendars. Mary Gates and Cathy Gueci are hosting. Need volunteers to help them organize. More information to come.
Marc Larson thanked Carrie Mercer for volunteering to become Hale Theatre/QCPAC Event Coordinator to replace Bonnie West who is retiring from her position.
 
Elections: Marc Larson informed membership that 4 positions will be up for re-election, Vice President, Secretary, Membership, and Publicity. Marc stated that Joyce Johnson and Kathy Gerdl are the two members of the nominating committee. All interested parties should submit their names to them as well as anyone you know who might be interested, with their approval. Candidate names will be presented at the February meeting, voting, via Constant Contact, will take place in March.   
 
Marc Larson asked the membership if they had any other ideas for plays, trips or events, please contact him or any other board member. Also spread the word about the club as we always welcome new members.
 
Upcoming events from other clubs:
Fun Savors – Robin Fitch, President, informed the club there is a General Meeting the morning of Jan. 26 and a member only barbeque on Jan. 26 at 4:30 pm as well.
Barbara Huff Lecture Series Feb. 9 – 1:30 pm “Mysteries and Myths” 
Trilogy Singers Club – Ron Pale, President, informed the club their Spring concert is the first week of April. 
Tap Dancing Club – Barbara Chu informed club that their Spice of Life performance in Trilogy will be April 16.
Next General Meeting will be on February 10 at 9:00 am 
 
Adjournment: Jenda Jones moved to adjourn the meeting. Robin Fitch second. Motion carried unanimously. 
 
Submitted by,
Lynne Fabulich, Secretary 
 

DEC 2023 General Meeting Minutes

Trilogy Theatre Club General Meeting Minutes December 9, 2023

Call to Order: Marc Larson called the meeting to order at 9 am and led the members in the Pledge of Allegiance.
 
Officers Present: Marc Larson, Cathy Gueci, Lynne Fabulich, Mary Gates, Dave Brown, Bonnie West, Chuck Tebelius
 
Marc Larson apologized for the late last-minute change of venue. We were asked to change by the CA and we obliged. 
 
Approval of Minutes: Lynne Fabulich asked for approval of the minutes of the November 11, 2023 General meeting. Joan Miller made a motion to accept. George Smith seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously.
 
Financial Report: Chuck Tebelius presented financial report. As of October 31, our current balance is $13,251.13 (verified by CA). Our estimate balance, as of today, is $10,701.46 of which $11,711.32 is free cash, unassigned funds for upcoming events, workshops, etc. Theresa Larson made a motion to accept the financial report and Kathy Gerdl seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
 
Membership: Bonnie West reported that there are 178 members of which 70 members have not paid their 2024 dues. She also explained that the sign in sheets indicate if you’ve paid your 2024 dues yet. Checks for dues should be made out to Trilogy at Power Ranch for $15 and can be left in the Theatre Club mailbox in the Clubhouse.
 
Publicity: Mary Gates apologized to Chuck that she was unable to upload the financial report. She reported that there are links on the website to access local High Schools and Colleges performance schedules. Mary is also working on adding links for community dinner theater shows, regular local performing theaters and comedy clubs.
 
Play Update:  Dave Brown reported that work on the sets for the play is progressing well.  Dave is still looking for volunteers for construction and painting sets. Dave gave a shoutout to Jerry Pennington for input and help with the sets. The next meeting for set construction is Thursday, Dec. 14 in Dave’s garage. The first meeting in 2024 will be Saturday, January 6. Dave also needs more backstage volunteers, in particular scenery movers.
 
Cathy Gueci reported there’s a great cast and rehearsals for “Deliver Us From Mama” are going great. Dates for the play are March 21, 22, 23, 2024 evening performances and March 24 matinee performance. Tickets go on sale to Club members on December 30 through Purple Pass. Cathy explained each date will be a separate page for booking and choosing a table. Cathy stated that you will be selecting a table, not a specific seat at that table. The price of the tickets is $18 each, which is the same ticket price as last year. Posters for the play will be available on Dec. 16. Tickets for community purchase will go on sale on Jan. 29. Only 2 tickets per household will be allowed.
 
Actor Workshop:  Marc Larson gave Barbara Huff kudos for the successful meeting of the Actor Workshop. Marc stated there were 8-10 members in attendance. Marc encouraged all to attend. Marc asked Barbara Huff to give a sample reading of a monologue similar to one used at the workshop. Barbara explained there would be table readings of two monologues at the workshop. Workshop should last less than 60 minutes. Barbara proceeded to read a short excerpt from “The Inconvenient Convenience”.
 
General Business:  Marc Larson asked for volunteers take down of the club’s Christmas tree on January 4. Mary Gates will send out an email for volunteers. Marc informed the membership that the Board is working on next year’s schedule with an event for October and December holiday event.
 
Calendar:
  • Dec. 15, 2023, Silver Star Theater Holiday Party. There is one cancellation, so one (1) ticket is available. Tickets are $60 each. Doors will open at 4:30, buffet begins at 5:30 and show starts at 6:30 pm.
  • Jan. 11, 2024 – Club Expo. Cathy Gueci, Lynne Fabulich and Chuck Tebelius will man table at Expo.
  • Jan. 20, 2024, Broadway Showstoppers at Queen Creek Performing Arts Center. Sold out. Waitlist is available. See Lynne Fabulich for waitlist.
  • Feb. 3, 2024, See How They Run at Hale Theater hosted by Karen Humbert.
  • Apr. 13, 2024 – Mark your calendars for a special evening Club Event. No membership meeting that morning. Looking for volunteers for this event. More information to follow.
Bonnie West has decided to retire her position as Event Coordinator. We are looking for a replacement. Please contact Bonnie or any other Board member if interested.
 
Marc Larson asked the membership if they had any other ideas for plays, trips or events, please contact him or any other board member. Also spread the word about the club as we always welcome new members.
 
Bonnie West gave membership information on a trip to Las Vegas, Cedar City and St. George Utah July 15-19, 2024 with performances of Terry Fator, 39 Steps, Jersey Boys and Anatasia. Trip will be available on Dec. 12 for booking through Free Spirit Travel Agency, contact is Teresa. Winter visitors can meet up with group in Las Vegas if interested. There is a minimum of 30 people with a maximum of 50. This trip will be available to the community on Jan. 12, 2024.
 
Upcoming events from other clubs:  Fun Savors – Theresa McCarthy, Vice President, informed the club that there are still openings for their trip to the Tubac Art Show and Tucson Gem Show Feb. 7-9.
 
Travel Club – Lori Larson, President, informed the club that there are 70 people going on the Panama Canal cruise in January 2024. Other trips offered are Iceland cruise, New England cruise, California Coastal cruise and trip to Costa Rica in 2025.
 
PLEASE NOTE: Next General Meeting will be on January 20 at 9:00 am which is the third Saturday of the month.
 
Adjournment: Rodney Shields moved to adjourn the meeting. Jenda Jones second. Motion carried unanimously. The meeting adjourned at 9:44 am.
 

Submitted by,
Lynne Fabulich, Secretary

NOV 2023 General Meeting Minutes

Trilogy Theatre Club Membership Minutes - November 11, 2023
 
Call to Order: Marc Larson called the meeting to order at 9:01 am and led the members in the Pledge of Allegiance.
 
Officers Present: Marc Larson, Cathy Gueci, Lynne Fabulich, Mary Gates, Dave Brown, Bonnie West.
 
Since today is Veteran’s Day, Marc Larson acknowledged all veterans at the meeting and thanked them for their service.
 
Approval of Minutes:  Lynne Fabulich asked for approval of the minutes of the October 4, 2023 General meeting. Cathy Gerdl made a motion to accept. Cathy Larson seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. 
 
Financial Report: Chuck Tebelius presented financial report. As of September 30, our current balance is $12,318.29 (verified by CA). Our estimate balance, as of the end of September, is $12,779.33 of which $10,632 is free cash, unassigned funds for upcoming events, workshops, etc. Elaine Healon made a motion to accept the financial report and Carlynn Marshall seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
 
Membership: Bonnie West reported that 2024 dues were being accepted after the meeting. Checks for dues can also be put in the Theatre Club mailbox in the lobby. 2024 dues need to be paid by January 31, 2024, otherwise your name will be removed from the rolls.
 
Publicity: Mary Gates reported that she is replacing the Mama Won’t Fly PowerPoint presentation with the “Hooray for Hollywood” video in the section on the website titled, “Remember When”. 
 
Play Update:  Dave Brown reported that work on the sets for the play will start on November 16 in his garage.  Volunteers are still needed to help. He is looking for an assistant stage manager, two curtain controllers, two to three handlers for heavy props and help in set building. Prop handlers need to be available for all February rehearsals. AVL for the Ballroom is now entering Phase III which covers streaming events, as well as updating and making changes. The CA will help training those interested in learning Level 1. Marc Larson reminded everyone that all roles are important in producing the play, not just acting.
 
Cathy Gueci restated the dates for “Deliver Us From Mama”, which are March 21, 22, 23, 2024 evening performances and March 24 matinee performance. The play has 20 cast members and tickets go on sale on December 30 through Purple Pass. Cathy explained each date will be a separate page for booking and choosing a table. Cathy stated that you will be selecting a table, not a specific seat at that table. The price of the ticket is $18 each, which is the same ticket price as last year.
 
Actors Workshops:   Marc Larson gave Barbara Huff kudos for the successful first meeting of the Actors Workshops. Barbara explained that the next meeting (immediately following the General Meeting) will read from a book of monologues. Today’s workshop will read only two Monologues from the book. Listeners are welcome. Sessions will be 60-90 minutes long.
 
General Business:  Marc Larson reminded members that the date for decorating the Theater Club Holiday Tree is November 21 at 1 pm. Need volunteers for set up and take down on January 4. Mary Gates will send out an email to all for volunteers.
 
Calendar:   Marc Larson gave kudos to Linda Lukey for the “Hooray for Hollywood event. Marc acknowledged the hard work the committee members and Steve Huff performed to pull off a great event.
  • Nov. 11, 2023 – Fiddler on the Roof at Hale Theater. Sold out. 
  • Dec. 15, 2023, Silver Star Theater Holiday Party. There are still 8 tickets available. Tickets are $60 each Doors will open at 4:30, buffet begins at 5:30 and show starts at 6:30 pm.
  • Jan. 20, 2024, Broadway Showstoppers at Queen Creek Performing Arts Center. Tickets still available. See Lynne Fabulich after meeting if you’re interested in attending.
  • Feb. 3, 2024, See How They Run at Hale Theater hosted by Karen Humbert.
Marc Larson asked the membership if they had any other ideas for plays, trips or events, please contact him or any other board member.
 
Bonnie West polled the membership to see if they’re interested in a trip to St. George, Utah next June for the Utah Shakespeare Festival, or other performances like Frozen or Ring of Fire. Not enough members interested in going. Of those interested, wanting more information. Bonnie will present more information at the Dec. 9 meeting.
 
Next General meeting on Dec 9 at 9:00 am. 
 
Adjournment: Larry Thiel moved to adjourn the meeting. Rodney Shields second. Motion carried unanimously. The meeting adjourned at 9:30 am.
 
Submitted by,
Lynne Fabulich, Secretary
 

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