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News: 04/15/2019

Dunbar melodrama set for May – can you help?



This year will be the final production of Dunbar School’s legendary fifth-grade melodrama, and the community is invited to attend the performances.

“Wrongful Doings at Woeful Ranch” will take place May 17 and 18 at 6 p.m., and May 19 at 4 p.m. on the outdoor stage at Dunbar School.

Though this is the last year of the melodrama, Dunbar will continue to produce performing arts in the future.

Sponsors and supporters are needed for this year’s production at a variety of levels:

For $60-$99, you can be a High-Level Supporter, which gives you a message or business card in the playbill, plus two tickets.

An Investor ($100-$299)gets you a quarter-page ad in the playbill, a sign on the stage, and two tickets.

For $300-$499 you’re a High-Level Investor, good for a half-page ad in the playbill, a sign on the stage, plus four tickets.

If you donate $500 or more, you’re an Underwriter and you’ll receive a full-page ad, a sign, and six tickets.

Help this year’s fifth graders create a memory they will take with them as they head to middle school.

Checks can be made out to “Dunbar School Fifth Grade Play,” and mailed to Dunbar School, 11700 Dunbar Road, Glen Ellen, CA, 95442.

Tickets are also on sale: $10 for adults, $5 for children.



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