Sky Performing Arts


    HELLO DOLLY          Sept. 19 - 28, 2014        Alexandra Clark, director

IN THE MOOD          December 5 - 14, 2014       Terry Simon, director


Monroe's Community Theater


    Unless otherwise posted, performances are at the Wagner Performing Arts
    Center, 639 W. Main Street, Monroe 98272;   
    Friday & Saturday 8 PM,Sunday 2 PM.  
    Tickets are available through:  Brown Paper Tickets or call 360/ 863-1663 to
    reserve a seat.  
    We are now able to accept Mastercard and Visa at the door.

    Reservations may be made for any performance.  
    Dramatic performances are  $14 general admission, $12 seniors/
    students/military.  Prices for musicals are $14 and 16.
Season 2014 - 2015
In the Mood

December  5 - 14, 2014
at the Wagner Performing Arts Center, Monroe

Purchase tickets online from Brown Paper Tickets
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    Sky Performing Arts is thrilled to have partnered with the Monroe Concert Band
    and Stanza Performing Arts to bring the magic of a big Broadway musical
    experience back to Monroe!  We open on Friday September 19th and play
    nine performances in two weekends.

    Hello Dolly is one of the best loved musicals ever and has been a tour de force
    for Carol Channing, Pearl Bailey, and the film with Barbara Streisand.  Songs like
    Sunday Clothes, Motherhood March, and of course Hello Dolly will delight all ages,
    and have them humming all the way home.  

    The story is of Dolly Levi the town matchmaker and her sneaky but loveable ways
    of getting people together!  For her best match ever, see who she finds for Horace
    Vandegelder, Yonkers famous half a millionaire!
     
    For information call 360-863-1663 or skyperformingarts.com.  Tickets are available
    online at brownpapertickets.com or at the door, cash, check or charge.  Box office
    opens one hour before curtain time for every performance.
    l - r:  Greg norgaard, terry simon, roger bare,     
    l. sam samano. rick wright, ellen powell, robin
    hilt.
                                                                        photo by candy schorpp