Readers Theatre Plus celebrates 10 years on Sunday

The event includes a live auction, entertainment and the Dewey Awards.

SEQUIM — Readers Theatre Plus will celebrate 10 years with an appreciation event at 4 p.m. Sunday in the Sequim Masonic Lodge.

Organizers said the event will honor its actors and supporters at the Lodge, 700 S. Fifth Ave. Attendees are encouraged to RSVP to [email protected].

The event includes a live auction, entertainment performed by the group’s musical stars reprising their much-heralded songs from the past and the Dewey Awards honoring actors and directors from the past two years.

The awards were named after Dewey Ehling for his contributions to the group, including leading many musical productions.

He died Aug. 7 of pneumonia.

Future musical productions tentatively will be led by Janice Parks and Carol Swarbrick Dries, but new members and actors remain welcome from across the Olympic Peninsula.

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