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OMG! It's…the Donnie Show

REBECCA JACOBSON
7:30 pm Fridays-Saturdays through June 28, Saturday June 21 | $20
Sanctuary at Sandy Plaza
1785 NE Sandy Blvd.
 
If you've ever been to a show at Triangle Productions, you've seen Don Horn: He's the tan, barefoot guy in the unbuttoned shirt who looks like he just stepped off a cruise boat. The exuberant executive director of the theater company—which is about to launch its 25th season—hosts a variety show, with musical help from Jonathan Quesenberry and different guests at every performance. Mimosas are basically mandatory.

Where: Sanctuary at Sandy Plaza
Phone: 239-5919
Address: 1785 NE Sandy Blvd.
Website: http://www.trianglepro.org

 
 
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