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Thanks: ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' kudos

December 31, 2001

The Mostly Theatre Company recently brought the magic of live Theatre to the Imperial Valley with its production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."

Playing to an almost sold out house every performance, MTC gives thanks to the residents of the Valley for allowing us to entertain them and for spending time with us.

A production of this magnitude would not have been possible without the support of our wonderful sponsors: Imperial Irrigation District, Imperial Valley Press, Clark Baker Music, Modern Paint and Body, Rio-Tel Wireless and Desert Security Services. Your dedication to the arts is invaluable.

Everyone associated with Mostly Theatre Company is a volunteer. No production can go on without their tireless efforts. To list all who gave so freely of themselves during this busy time of year, from the stage crew to the box office workers to the seamstresses to the technical crew and everyone in between, would take volumes of this paper. Please know each and every one of you is appreciated and your love of theater is shared by many.


The efforts of the hard-working cast were reaped by thrilled audience members at each performance. It was their dedication and commitment that made the production a hit. All who are inspired by our theater — on-stage, backstage or as part of the audience — leave with an enthusiasm to be a success on whatever stage they chose to perform!


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