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More than 76 early seats open for ‘The Music Man’

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Sequim High School’s operetta production of “The Music Man” is changing format this year by offering reserved seating in the high school auditorium.


Jim Stoffer, publicity chairman, said they are offering reserved seating so anyone could have a chance at a good seat.


The production shows on Thursday nights at 6 p.m. on May 3, 10, and 17, with discount general seating family packages for up to eight people for $25 or $10 for an individual.


Premium seats are available for Friday, May 4, 11, and 18; and Saturday, May 12 and 19.


Tickets are available from any operetta student, Jeff Hall at 460-1432, or; or Jim Stoffer at 775-9356 or


Premium seats are $12 for an adult in the front areas of the theater, $10 for non-premium adult seats and $8 for seniors and students seats.


Organizers are considering a dinner theater package; more details are available on the website, which goes live April 1.



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