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“True champions aren’t always the ones that win, but those with the most guts.” -- Mia Hamm
 
   
 
Dear Friends, Members of the Dallas Theater Center Guild,
 
Meet The Wolves, an elite squad of high school soccer players who are fierce competitors on and off the field. One of them could be the next Ruth Bader Ginsberg, one could be the next Mia Hamm, one could be the next Condoleeza Rice. These are nine gutsy ladies who have something to say.
 
Would you like to get to know them more? Then please support the Dallas Theater Center Guild's annual event, Salon, which takes place on Monday, March 4 from 6-9 pm at Cityplace Tower in Dallas. Please join me and Honorary Chair, Lynn McBee, for dinner and a stimulating panel discussion of the play The Wolves, by prize-winning playwright Sarah DeLappe. This annual event is a partnership between the Dallas Theater Center Guild and the Dallas Theater Center’s Education/Outreach department and precedes opening day of the play which runs March 6 – April 14 at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theater, Studio Theater.
 
This year’s subject, The Wolves, takes us on to the soccer field of an elite squad of nine teenaged girls who meet every Saturday to stretch before games, and high school gossip rapidly evolves into mature meditations on the girls’ understandings of themselves and their understanding of their place in the world. The characters are written by playwright Sarah DeLappe as “soccer players – not as daughters, not as girlfriends, but as athletes. The Wolves is a 2017 Pulitzer Prize finalist and has earned outstanding reviews.
 
Following a seated dinner for 200 in the Lakewood Room of Cityplace Center, the program will move to the adjacent JC Thompson Amphitheater for a panel discussion on women in leadership in the arts, sports, education and in today’s culture. The panel, moderated by Dallas Theater Center’s Producer Sarahbeth Grossman, will include Dr. Joci Caldwell-Ryan, Interim Director of the Women’s and Gender Studies at the SMU Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences and Dr. Rose Brock, Young Adult editor, author and professor at Sam Houston State.
 
Ticket prices for this annual event range from $50 for students to $250 and underwriting opportunities to help offset the cost of this event.  Please CLICK HERE For ticket, table and underwriting information or visit https://squareup.com/store/dtcg to purchase tickets online.
 
Thank you for your consideration,
 
Kersten Rettig
Chair, Salon 2019
 
Individual Tickets & Patron Tables
 
Individual Tickets
Patron Tickets $250
Fan Tickets $100
Student Tickets $50 (18 and under, limited availability)
 
Patron Tables
PATRON TABLE $2500
• 10 Salon tickets
• 5 copies of Hope Nation
• Premier seating
 
FAN TABLE $1000
• 10 Salon tickets
• 1 copy of Hope Nation
 
 
CLICK HERE For Ticket, Table and Underwriting form
 
 
Underwriting Levels
CAPTAIN
$5000
• 8 Salon tickets
• 6 Dallas Theater Center ticket vouchers
• The Mansion Restaurant Gift Certificate ($100)
• 4 copies of Hope Nation
• 1 Patron Guild membership
• Listing in all materials
• Premier seating
 
COACH
$2500
• 4 Salon tickets
• 2 DTC vouchers
• 2 copies of Hope Nation
• 1 Supporter Guild membership
• Listing in all materials
• Premier seating
 
GOAL
$1500
• 2 Salon tickets
• 2 DTC vouchers
• 1 Advocate Guild membership
• 1 copy of Hope Nation
• Listing in all materials
• Premier seating
VALUE: $712
 
 
FAN
$1000
• 2 Salon tickets
• 1 Advocate Guild membership
• 1 copy of Hope Nation
• Listing in all materials
 
ASSIST - PANELISTS
$1000
• Underwriting for Panelists’ dinners
• Listing in all materials
 
ASSIST - STUDENTS
$500
• 4 Student Tickets
• 4 copies of Hope Nation
• Listing in all materials
 
If you’d like to become an underwriter for this event,
Please contact Kersten Rettig, event chair,
At 214.912.3154 or kerstenrettig@yahoo.com
 
 
 
 
 
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