The Playmill Theatre in Jackson Hole

I thought I’d give a shameless plug for my sister to help her out a little. This site gets a decent amount of traffic, so maybe it could help her out a little.

She and my new brother-in-law are starting a new theatre in Jackson Hole, Wyoming called “The Playmill Theatre in Jackson Hole”. She and my brother-in-law have lots of experience managing, teaching, and producing throughout the US, including on Broadway, so it ought to be a great theatre. Several locals to Utah are performing (including my other sister), and in my Sister’s own words:

>>”It runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day and will be performing The Music Man, Nunsense and Chaps. There will be a different show each night, so one can go to Jackson on the weekend and see all three shows. We just finished casting the shows and are well on our way to a great summer.”

So if anyone can make it, it makes for a great weekend trip from Utah. From now until May 1st tickets are only $20, but they will go up after that, so order soon. You can order tickets at:

[www.playmilljackson.com](http://www.playmilljackson.com)

If you have any questions, feel free to comment and I’ll forward them on to my sister.

UPDATE (4/9/07): My sister says tickets are selling quickly so buy now before they’re sold out!

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