Hutchinson, Kansas. – Stage 9 is pleased to announce its annual fundraiser Whose Wine is it Anyway? on Wednesday August 16th 2017 from 7:00 – 9:30 pm. Whose Wine will be held at the exquisite home of Matt and Amy Bretz, 2500 Hawthorne Lane, Hutchinson Kansas.
Whose Wine is it Anyway? is an evening of entertainment and indulging while being surrounded by good company and delicious wine. Join us for Hutchinson’s most sought after blind wine tasting fundraising event. You will sample enticing wines handpicked for the evening by hosts Denny Vick, Stephen Mills, and Stage 9’s very own Peggy Livingston.
We are equally pleased to announce our marvelous hosts for the evening. You will be accompanied by Milt and Sandy Siegfried, Ruthie and Bob Barker, Jackson and Erin Swearer, Bill and Linda Frazier, Sally Russell and Alice Jane Hayes, Denny Vick and Steven Mills, and Keith and Amy Frederick.
Enjoy delectable tapas created by Sunflower Supper Club, which have been selected to pair with the evening’s libations. Returning this year to play the piano for us is the talented Vicki Greenhaw. But that is not all! This year we have a wonderful addition: some of Stage 9’s familiar faces including Charles Johnston, Piper Harding, Seth Svaty, Amy Frederick, and Amy Bretz will be singing along to some of your favorite show tunes of all time, all in the breath taking home of Matt and Amy Bretz.
At the conclusion of the evening, we will reveal the identity of the wines you have been enjoying and you will have the opportunity to support Stage 9 with a live auction of the wine. Plus, we will let you in on our exciting 2018 Season line up, to be followed by a paddle raise to support our mission which is, “To excite minds, move hearts, and change lives through theatrical performance, arts education, and live entertainment in Hutchinson, Reno County, and South Central Kansas.”
Whose Wine is it Anyway? will be held at the Bretz Home, 2500 Hawthorn Lane in Hutchinson, Kansas on Wednesday August 16th, 2017 with doors opening at 7:00 p.m. and the final admittance being at 7:30 p.m. with all festivities concluding at 9:30 p.m.
Whose Wine is it Anyway? is a 21+ event with all proceeds going to Stage 9.
Tickets are $50 in advance and $75 at the door. Tickets may be purchased in advance online at stage9hutch.com as well as in person at Apron Strings, located at the intersection of Sherman and Main Street in downtown Hutchinson. Tickets will also be available for purchase at our next show The Laramie Project. All ticketing is general admission. To check availability, please contact Stage 9 by email at email@example.com or by phone at 316-350-PLAY (7529).
For more information about Who’s Wine is it Anyway? or any of our upcoming productions contact Producing Artistic Director Charles Johnston at 646-628-4353 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Stage 9’s mission is to excite minds, move hearts, and change lives through theatrical performance, arts education, and live entertainment in Hutchinson, Reno County, and south central Kansas. A 501(c)3 organization, Stage 9 strives to produce quality entertainment and provide opportunities for artistic expression, specifically focused on ages 18 and up. At home at 9 S. Main in downtown Hutchinson, Stage 9’s 2017 Season features Our Town, by Thornton Wilder, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee by Rebecca Feldman, a musical comedy about an eclectic group of pubescent spellers, Neil Simon’s classic comedy The Odd Couple (Female Version) pitting polar opposite roommates, a staged reading of The Laramie Project by Moises Kaufman that examines the tragedy of the murder of Matthew Shepard, the groundbreaking musical Godspell by John-Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz, a loose retelling of the Gospel story, Stage 9’s haunting annual fundraiser Talking Tombstones, and the romantic tales of John Cariani’s Almost, Maine.