Fortune, mystery, mayhem (and love?!) on Sunol stage


Who owns the tickets? Who gets the millions? Grare Davis and Victorian King Bowman perform as lovely lotto ladies in Sunol Repertory Theatre's "One in a Million," onstage March 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23 and 24 at Sunol Glen School Theatre, 11691 Main St., Sunol.

The melodrama is written by Craig Sodaro and directed by longtime Sunol residents Diane Tiessen and Klay Kunkel.

Admission is $15, with proceeds going to the school for its liberal arts program. The annual productions have raised more than $185,000 for the school during the last 37 years. Tickets are available through, or call 449-2693.


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