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Fwd: Jr. Troupe’s Makeup Spreadsheet

Dear Understanding JR Troupe,
Here is your make-up/wig info. Please look to see if you have specialty make-up because you are then coming with JUST base make-up. Also students with wigs will need to come with hair pinned up. If you have questions about how to do that call me 240-997-5796.
Please do not stress about these things. Tonight is our night to figure technical issues – including hair and make-up. Our make-up team will advice you if there is a better way to pin your hair up or do your make-up so that Thursdays dress rehearsal will go better and by Friday’s opening we’ll be GREAT! Blessings, Mrs. Mullan PS – PLEASE remember that acting is work. *Costume, make-up, wigs are not done to make individuals happy or unhappy – they are done for the over-all success of the show.* Our “job” is to entertain the audience with a fun story and great performances. Therefore – please be professional and do not complain to the make-up people our your peers about what you don’t like. That generates negative energy and puts the focus on you when *the focus needs to be on selfless team-work.* There is great wisdom in the old saying, “*If you don’t have something positive to say, don’t say it.” *Also, *please do not ask the director if you can change your make-up/wig assignments. * The director MAY change things – but it will be based on what is best for the overall look of the show. The only exception to this is medical issues. *If you have a reaction to theater make-up or the spirit gum used to put on facial hair your parent should email us tomorrow to let us know. *

Lost & Found Inventory

These items can be claimed in the lobby of FSF Theater this week. If you are not in rehearsal – maybe you could ask a JR or SR troupe member to pick up your items for you.
– Potter Family – Black Karate Stick – Small Grey Newsies Hat – Grey/blue iphone cord and outlet cube – Black gloves – Pink iphone cord – Grey iphone cord – Black earbuds – Large Ups zip up hoodie – A single “So Danca” 91/2 black tap thoe – Ruppert landscape wood sunglasses – Grey and black sewing magnifying glass – An Avalanche large black rain jacket – Ben Richard’s “Don’t Say No to the USO” Script – A grey and mint green thermos – Denim Jeans (has a pink piece of tape with the name Noah on the back) – Lauren’s hst Four Seasons shirt – Gabi’s hst Four Seasons Shirt – Spencer Marcott’s hst Four Seasons shirt – Medium hst zip up hoodie – Joseph Potter’s black dress pants – Green see through folder with acappella songs and parts of travel troupe script – A 32 brown belt – Black ” Capegio” tap shoes – Small black sketch book – Small danskin black jazz pants – Hannah Reed’s Irish soft shoes – Purple and grey pocket square – Small men nike spandex – Under Armor boys spandex – Women Old navy large black tank top – Black Nalgene Water bottle – Lots of pairs of black socks – A pair of small white socks – Jones New York Small women spandex – Medium black zip up hst hoodie – Silver water bottle with a google sticker on the front -White baby spit up cloth with pink dots – A kids Champion winter black hat with some grey – Dark green Carhartt winter hat – Grey thermos – Red bandana – Kids Cascade black winter hat – Thomas Kinkade deck of cards – Genezen Laboratories blue water bottle – Small bracelet with a cross – White head band with lips – XL Hello Dolly t-shirt – Dark blue knitted scarf – Gerry Medium grey zip up jacket – Plastic plate for sewing machine (Corbalis? Passaro?) White T-shirt with “La prise de La Bastille!

Lost & Found Inventory

These items can be claimed in the lobby of FSF Theater this week. If you are not in rehearsal – maybe you could ask a JR or SR troupe member to pick up your items for you.
– Potter Family – Black Karate Stick – Small Grey Newsies Hat – Grey/blue iphone cord and outlet cube – Black gloves – Pink iphone cord – Grey iphone cord – Black earbuds – Large Ups zip up hoodie – A single “So Danca” 91/2 black tap thoe – Ruppert landscape wood sunglasses – Grey and black sewing magnifying glass – An Avalanche large black rain jacket – Ben Richard’s “Don’t Say No to the USO” Script – A grey and mint green thermos – Denim Jeans (has a pink piece of tape with the name Noah on the back) – Lauren’s hst Four Seasons shirt – Gabi’s hst Four Seasons Shirt – Spencer Marcott’s hst Four Seasons shirt – Medium hst zip up hoodie – Joseph Potter’s black dress pants – Green see through folder with acappella songs and parts of travel troupe script – A 32 brown belt – Black ” Capegio” tap shoes – Small black sketch book – Small danskin black jazz pants – Hannah Reed’s Irish soft shoes – Purple and grey pocket square – Small men nike spandex – Under Armor boys spandex – Women Old navy large black tank top – Black Nalgene Water bottle – Lots of pairs of black socks – A pair of small white socks – Jones New York Small women spandex – Medium black zip up hst hoodie – Silver water bottle with a google sticker on the front -White baby spit up cloth with pink dots – A kids Champion winter black hat with some grey – Dark green Carhartt winter hat – Grey thermos – Red bandana – Kids Cascade black winter hat – Thomas Kinkade deck of cards – Genezen Laboratories blue water bottle – Small bracelet with a cross – White head band with lips – XL Hello Dolly t-shirt – Dark blue knitted scarf – Gerry Medium grey zip up jacket – Plastic plate for sewing machine (Corbalis? Passaro?) White T-shirt with “La prise de La Bastille!

Lost & Found Inventory

These items can be claimed in the lobby of FSF Theater this week. If you are not in rehearsal – maybe you could ask a JR or SR troupe member to pick up your items for you.
– Potter Family – Black Karate Stick – Small Grey Newsies Hat – Grey/blue iphone cord and outlet cube – Black gloves – Pink iphone cord – Grey iphone cord – Black earbuds – Large Ups zip up hoodie – A single “So Danca” 91/2 black tap thoe – Ruppert landscape wood sunglasses – Grey and black sewing magnifying glass – An Avalanche large black rain jacket – Ben Richard’s “Don’t Say No to the USO” Script – A grey and mint green thermos – Denim Jeans (has a pink piece of tape with the name Noah on the back) – Lauren’s hst Four Seasons shirt – Gabi’s hst Four Seasons Shirt – Spencer Marcott’s hst Four Seasons shirt – Medium hst zip up hoodie – Joseph Potter’s black dress pants – Green see through folder with acappella songs and parts of travel troupe script – A 32 brown belt – Black ” Capegio” tap shoes – Small black sketch book – Small danskin black jazz pants – Hannah Reed’s Irish soft shoes – Purple and grey pocket square – Small men nike spandex – Under Armor boys spandex – Women Old navy large black tank top – Black Nalgene Water bottle – Lots of pairs of black socks – A pair of small white socks – Jones New York Small women spandex – Medium black zip up hst hoodie – Silver water bottle with a google sticker on the front -White baby spit up cloth with pink dots – A kids Champion winter black hat with some grey – Dark green Carhartt winter hat – Grey thermos – Red bandana – Kids Cascade black winter hat – Thomas Kinkade deck of cards – Genezen Laboratories blue water bottle – Small bracelet with a cross – White head band with lips – XL Hello Dolly t-shirt – Dark blue knitted scarf – Gerry Medium grey zip up jacket – Plastic plate for sewing machine (Corbalis? Passaro?) White T-shirt with “La prise de La Bastille!

Ticket Report #12 – We broke $45,000!

Dear Understanding HST Families,
We broke $45,000 – making our goal of $47,000 within reach! If your student is finished their shows, consider attending one of the last 2 productions. If you are already attending – what about asking a friend to join you? Maybe *asking that lonely senior citizen in your neighborhood to come with you would be a wonderful way to show charity AND teach your children a practical way to “love our neighbor.”* There are countless “life lessons” that HST can teach our students. Reaching out to bless someone with a couple hours of wholesome entertainment – is one of them. Blessings, Marilyn
*Ticket Report 12 – (processed on April 10)*
*TOP TROUPE* 1st Place – Gaithersburg – 35, 2nd Place – Shakespeare – 32
*TOP SELLERS* Orders submitted – 15 Total tickets sold this week – 77 tickets *Families who went over 30 tickets this week*: Turner – 33 tickets
*Current Top Sellers*: 1st *Poulsen*- 110, 2nd *Stell* – 106, 3rd *Eckenrode* – 98 Kudos to *Largest Orders::* Marcolin 19 (Purple Names are families that sold tickets/moved up the list this week). Poulsen – 110 Stell – 106 Eckenrode – 98 Tallman – 94 Manfreda – 84 Begley – 76 Marcolin – 75 Beardsley – 72 McNamee – 72 Vile – 72 Spendley – 71 Villiger – 71 Higham – 70 Flynn – 69 Reed – 68 Sauder – 68 Morrison (G&E) 66 Hoffman – 65 Winnard – 64 Creitz – 64 Yoritomo – 62 Cummings – 62 Hiller – 61 Bolin – 59 Haley – 59 Welch – 58 Flester – 58 Baile – 57 Forsythe – 56 Hebeisen – 55 DiMarzio – 54 Marcotte – 53 Becker – 53 York – 51 Higgins – 50 Reichard – 48 Urban – 46 Franovich – 46 Marchand – 46 Hoffpauir – 44 Stoolmiller – 42 Rigel – 41 Baxter – 41 Bettridge – 41 Slay – 40 Hoyle – 40 Daniel – 40 Lynch – 39 Parker – 37 Van Roie – 36 Barrows – 35 Turner – 33 tickets Grancagnolo – 33 Sharafinski – 32 Speer – 32 Chang – 32 Moynihan – 32 Davis – 31 Sheth – 30

*TICKET INCOME *
Goal is $47,000 – which we accomplished last year!
Total Prepaid Ticket Income: $20,200 Total Donor Ticket Income $280 Total Season Ticket Income $2100 *Total Student Ticket Income $3470* Total Specialty Ticket Income $26,050 2nd Week – Snowed Out 3rd Week – Ticket Sales $2160 4th Week – Ticket Sales $648 5th Week – Ticket Sales $948 6th Week – Ticket Sales $1776 7th Week – Ticket Sales $3540 8th Week – Ticket Sales $2028 9th Week – Ticket Sales $2616 Coffeehouse at Door $150 10th Week – Ticket Sales $1008 11th Week Ticket Sales $2040 Showcase at-the-door Sales $675 12th Week Ticket Sales $924 *GB/SH at-the-door Sales $1195* Total after 11th week $45,724
*Tickets Still Available for Sale*
*Coffeehouse – Den of Laughs* (Seating Capacity of 150) SOLD OUT for 3pm Seating All but 10 tickets sold for 5pm Seating SOLD OUT for 7pm Seating
*SHOWCASE – That’s Entertainment! *(Seating Capacity of 438) SOLD OUT tickets available for Fri. evening 48 tickets available for Sat. Matinee 17 tickets availabe for Sat. evening Essentially Sold out – 65 tickets left & 65 sold at door!
*GB – That’s Princess….With a Pea! *(Seating Capacity of 438) 185 tickets available for Fri. 48 tickets available for Sat.
*SH – Twelfth Night *(Seating Capacity of 438) 225 tickets available for Fri. 103 tickets available for Sat.
NOTE: An additional 80 tickets were sold at-the-door for GB & SH.
*JR – The Adventure of a Comic Book Artist *(Seating Capacity of 438) 259 tickets available for Fri. 154 tickets available for Sat.
*SR – Don’t Say No to the U.S.O.!* (Seating Capacity of 438) 119 tickets available for Fri. SOLD OUT for Sat.

Ticket Report #12 – We broke $45,000!

Dear Understanding HST Families,
We broke $45,000 – making our goal of $47,000 within reach! If your student is finished their shows, consider attending one of the last 2 productions. If you are already attending – what about asking a friend to join you? Maybe *asking that lonely senior citizen in your neighborhood to come with you would be a wonderful way to show charity AND teach your children a practical way to “love our neighbor.”* There are countless “life lessons” that HST can teach our students. Reaching out to bless someone with a couple hours of wholesome entertainment – is one of them. Blessings, Marilyn
*Ticket Report 12 – (processed on April 10)*
*TOP TROUPE* 1st Place – Gaithersburg – 35, 2nd Place – Shakespeare – 32
*TOP SELLERS* Orders submitted – 15 Total tickets sold this week – 77 tickets *Families who went over 30 tickets this week*: Turner – 33 tickets
*Current Top Sellers*: 1st *Poulsen*- 110, 2nd *Stell* – 106, 3rd *Eckenrode* – 98 Kudos to *Largest Orders::* Marcolin 19 (Purple Names are families that sold tickets/moved up the list this week). Poulsen – 110 Stell – 106 Eckenrode – 98 Tallman – 94 Manfreda – 84 Begley – 76 Marcolin – 75 Beardsley – 72 McNamee – 72 Vile – 72 Spendley – 71 Villiger – 71 Higham – 70 Flynn – 69 Reed – 68 Sauder – 68 Morrison (G&E) 66 Hoffman – 65 Winnard – 64 Creitz – 64 Yoritomo – 62 Cummings – 62 Hiller – 61 Bolin – 59 Haley – 59 Welch – 58 Flester – 58 Baile – 57 Forsythe – 56 Hebeisen – 55 DiMarzio – 54 Marcotte – 53 Becker – 53 York – 51 Higgins – 50 Reichard – 48 Urban – 46 Franovich – 46 Marchand – 46 Hoffpauir – 44 Stoolmiller – 42 Rigel – 41 Baxter – 41 Bettridge – 41 Slay – 40 Hoyle – 40 Daniel – 40 Lynch – 39 Parker – 37 Van Roie – 36 Barrows – 35 Turner – 33 tickets Grancagnolo – 33 Sharafinski – 32 Speer – 32 Chang – 32 Moynihan – 32 Davis – 31 Sheth – 30

*TICKET INCOME *
Goal is $47,000 – which we accomplished last year!
Total Prepaid Ticket Income: $20,200 Total Donor Ticket Income $280 Total Season Ticket Income $2100 *Total Student Ticket Income $3470* Total Specialty Ticket Income $26,050 2nd Week – Snowed Out 3rd Week – Ticket Sales $2160 4th Week – Ticket Sales $648 5th Week – Ticket Sales $948 6th Week – Ticket Sales $1776 7th Week – Ticket Sales $3540 8th Week – Ticket Sales $2028 9th Week – Ticket Sales $2616 Coffeehouse at Door $150 10th Week – Ticket Sales $1008 11th Week Ticket Sales $2040 Showcase at-the-door Sales $675 12th Week Ticket Sales $924 *GB/SH at-the-door Sales $1195* Total after 11th week $45,724
*Tickets Still Available for Sale*
*Coffeehouse – Den of Laughs* (Seating Capacity of 150) SOLD OUT for 3pm Seating All but 10 tickets sold for 5pm Seating SOLD OUT for 7pm Seating
*SHOWCASE – That’s Entertainment! *(Seating Capacity of 438) SOLD OUT tickets available for Fri. evening 48 tickets available for Sat. Matinee 17 tickets availabe for Sat. evening Essentially Sold out – 65 tickets left & 65 sold at door!
*GB – That’s Princess….With a Pea! *(Seating Capacity of 438) 185 tickets available for Fri. 48 tickets available for Sat.
*SH – Twelfth Night *(Seating Capacity of 438) 225 tickets available for Fri. 103 tickets available for Sat.
NOTE: An additional 80 tickets were sold at-the-door for GB & SH.
*JR – The Adventure of a Comic Book Artist *(Seating Capacity of 438) 259 tickets available for Fri. 154 tickets available for Sat.
*SR – Don’t Say No to the U.S.O.!* (Seating Capacity of 438) 119 tickets available for Fri. SOLD OUT for Sat.

Ticket Report #12 – We broke $45,000!

Dear Understanding HST Families,
We broke $45,000 – making our goal of $47,000 within reach! If your student is finished their shows, consider attending one of the last 2 productions. If you are already attending – what about asking a friend to join you? Maybe *asking that lonely senior citizen in your neighborhood to come with you would be a wonderful way to show charity AND teach your children a practical way to “love our neighbor.”* There are countless “life lessons” that HST can teach our students. Reaching out to bless someone with a couple hours of wholesome entertainment – is one of them. Blessings, Marilyn
*Ticket Report 12 – (processed on April 10)*
*TOP TROUPE* 1st Place – Gaithersburg – 35, 2nd Place – Shakespeare – 32
*TOP SELLERS* Orders submitted – 15 Total tickets sold this week – 77 tickets *Families who went over 30 tickets this week*: Turner – 33 tickets
*Current Top Sellers*: 1st *Poulsen*- 110, 2nd *Stell* – 106, 3rd *Eckenrode* – 98 Kudos to *Largest Orders::* Marcolin 19 (Purple Names are families that sold tickets/moved up the list this week). Poulsen – 110 Stell – 106 Eckenrode – 98 Tallman – 94 Manfreda – 84 Begley – 76 Marcolin – 75 Beardsley – 72 McNamee – 72 Vile – 72 Spendley – 71 Villiger – 71 Higham – 70 Flynn – 69 Reed – 68 Sauder – 68 Morrison (G&E) 66 Hoffman – 65 Winnard – 64 Creitz – 64 Yoritomo – 62 Cummings – 62 Hiller – 61 Bolin – 59 Haley – 59 Welch – 58 Flester – 58 Baile – 57 Forsythe – 56 Hebeisen – 55 DiMarzio – 54 Marcotte – 53 Becker – 53 York – 51 Higgins – 50 Reichard – 48 Urban – 46 Franovich – 46 Marchand – 46 Hoffpauir – 44 Stoolmiller – 42 Rigel – 41 Baxter – 41 Bettridge – 41 Slay – 40 Hoyle – 40 Daniel – 40 Lynch – 39 Parker – 37 Van Roie – 36 Barrows – 35 Turner – 33 tickets Grancagnolo – 33 Sharafinski – 32 Speer – 32 Chang – 32 Moynihan – 32 Davis – 31 Sheth – 30

*TICKET INCOME *
Goal is $47,000 – which we accomplished last year!
Total Prepaid Ticket Income: $20,200 Total Donor Ticket Income $280 Total Season Ticket Income $2100 *Total Student Ticket Income $3470* Total Specialty Ticket Income $26,050 2nd Week – Snowed Out 3rd Week – Ticket Sales $2160 4th Week – Ticket Sales $648 5th Week – Ticket Sales $948 6th Week – Ticket Sales $1776 7th Week – Ticket Sales $3540 8th Week – Ticket Sales $2028 9th Week – Ticket Sales $2616 Coffeehouse at Door $150 10th Week – Ticket Sales $1008 11th Week Ticket Sales $2040 Showcase at-the-door Sales $675 12th Week Ticket Sales $924 *GB/SH at-the-door Sales $1195* Total after 11th week $45,724
*Tickets Still Available for Sale*
*Coffeehouse – Den of Laughs* (Seating Capacity of 150) SOLD OUT for 3pm Seating All but 10 tickets sold for 5pm Seating SOLD OUT for 7pm Seating
*SHOWCASE – That’s Entertainment! *(Seating Capacity of 438) SOLD OUT tickets available for Fri. evening 48 tickets available for Sat. Matinee 17 tickets availabe for Sat. evening Essentially Sold out – 65 tickets left & 65 sold at door!
*GB – That’s Princess….With a Pea! *(Seating Capacity of 438) 185 tickets available for Fri. 48 tickets available for Sat.
*SH – Twelfth Night *(Seating Capacity of 438) 225 tickets available for Fri. 103 tickets available for Sat.
NOTE: An additional 80 tickets were sold at-the-door for GB & SH.
*JR – The Adventure of a Comic Book Artist *(Seating Capacity of 438) 259 tickets available for Fri. 154 tickets available for Sat.
*SR – Don’t Say No to the U.S.O.!* (Seating Capacity of 438) 119 tickets available for Fri. SOLD OUT for Sat.

Ticket Report #12 – We broke $45,000!

Dear Understanding HST Families,
We broke $45,000 – making our goal of $47,000 within reach! If your student is finished their shows, consider attending one of the last 2 productions. If you are already attending – what about asking a friend to join you? Maybe *asking that lonely senior citizen in your neighborhood to come with you would be a wonderful way to show charity AND teach your children a practical way to “love our neighbor.”* There are countless “life lessons” that HST can teach our students. Reaching out to bless someone with a couple hours of wholesome entertainment – is one of them. Blessings, Marilyn
*Ticket Report 12 – (processed on April 10)*
*TOP TROUPE* 1st Place – Gaithersburg – 35, 2nd Place – Shakespeare – 32
*TOP SELLERS* Orders submitted – 15 Total tickets sold this week – 77 tickets *Families who went over 30 tickets this week*: Turner – 33 tickets
*Current Top Sellers*: 1st *Poulsen*- 110, 2nd *Stell* – 106, 3rd *Tallman* – 94 Kudos to *Largest Orders::* Marcolin 19 (Purple Names are families that sold tickets/moved up the list this week). Poulsen – 110 Stell – 106 Eckenrode – 98 Tallman – 94 Manfreda – 84 Begley – 76 Marcolin – 75 Beardsley – 72 McNamee – 72 Vile – 72 Spendley – 71 Villiger – 71 Higham – 70 Flynn – 69 Reed – 68 Sauder – 68 Morrison (G&E) 66 Hoffman – 65 Winnard – 64 Creitz – 64 Yoritomo – 62 Cummings – 62 Hiller – 61 Bolin – 59 Haley – 59 Welch – 58 Flester – 58 Baile – 57 Forsythe – 56 Hebeisen – 55 DiMarzio – 54 Marcotte – 53 Becker – 53 York – 51 Higgins – 50 Reichard – 48 Urban – 46 Franovich – 46 Marchand – 46 Hoffpauir – 44 Stoolmiller – 42 Rigel – 41 Baxter – 41 Bettridge – 41 Slay – 40 Hoyle – 40 Daniel – 40 Lynch – 39 Parker – 37 Van Roie – 36 Barrows – 35 Turner – 33 tickets Grancagnolo – 33 Sharafinski – 32 Speer – 32 Chang – 32 Moynihan – 32 Davis – 31 Sheth – 30

*TICKET INCOME *
Goal is $47,000 – which we accomplished last year!
Total Prepaid Ticket Income: $20,200 Total Donor Ticket Income $280 Total Season Ticket Income $2100 *Total Student Ticket Income $3470* Total Specialty Ticket Income $26,050 2nd Week – Snowed Out 3rd Week – Ticket Sales $2160 4th Week – Ticket Sales $648 5th Week – Ticket Sales $948 6th Week – Ticket Sales $1776 7th Week – Ticket Sales $3540 8th Week – Ticket Sales $2028 9th Week – Ticket Sales $2616 Coffeehouse at Door $150 10th Week – Ticket Sales $1008 11th Week Ticket Sales $2040 Showcase at-the-door Sales $675 12th Week Ticket Sales $924 *GB/SH at-the-door Sales $1195* Total after 11th week $45,724
*Tickets Still Available for Sale*
*Coffeehouse – Den of Laughs* (Seating Capacity of 150) SOLD OUT for 3pm Seating All but 10 tickets sold for 5pm Seating SOLD OUT for 7pm Seating
*SHOWCASE – That’s Entertainment! *(Seating Capacity of 438) SOLD OUT tickets available for Fri. evening 48 tickets available for Sat. Matinee 17 tickets availabe for Sat. evening Essentially Sold out – 65 tickets left & 65 sold at door!
*GB – That’s Princess….With a Pea! *(Seating Capacity of 438) 185 tickets available for Fri. 48 tickets available for Sat.
*SH – Twelfth Night *(Seating Capacity of 438) 225 tickets available for Fri. 103 tickets available for Sat.
NOTE: An additional 80 tickets were sold at-the-door for GB & SH.
*JR – The Adventure of a Comic Book Artist *(Seating Capacity of 438) 259 tickets available for Fri. 154 tickets available for Sat.
*SR – Don’t Say No to the U.S.O.!* (Seating Capacity of 438) 119 tickets available for Fri. SOLD OUT for Sat.

Discount Ticket & Show Item Deadlines

Dear Understanding HST Parents,
DEADLINES:
SHOW ITEMS – form attached
For pizza & Cici’s for this weekend:
– drop off at FSF Theater Tues (6pm to 10pm) or Wednesday (due by 6:30pm). – postmark today but also email us your order in case the form doesn’t arrive on Wed. (so we include you in the count)
For Picture CD’s:
– postmark by Monday, April 29th
DISCOUNT TICKETS – form attached
– drop off at FSF Theater Tues (6pm to 10pm) or Wednesday (due by 6:30pm). – drop off at Mullan’s by Wednesday at Noon – (I wouldn’t mail them because they won’t get processed if we don’t receive the form by Wednesday)
Blessings, Marilyn

Fwd: Discount Ticket & Show Item Deadlines

Dear Understanding HST Parents,
DEADLINES:
SHOW ITEMS – form attached
For pizza & Cici’s for this weekend:
– drop off at FSF Theater Tues (6pm to 10pm) or Wednesday (due by 6:30pm). – postmark today but also email us your order in case the form doesn’t arrive on Wed. (so we include you in the count)
For Picture CD’s:
– postmark by Monday, April 29th
DISCOUNT TICKETS – form attached
– drop off at FSF Theater Tues (6pm to 10pm) or Wednesday (due by 6:30pm). – drop off at Mullan’s by Wednesday at Noon – (I wouldn’t mail them because they won’t get processed if we don’t receive the form by Wednesday)
Blessings, Marilyn