HOW THE WEST WAS FUN

Tickets for PowPAC, Poway's Performing Arts Company production of "How the West Was Fun" will be available for sale beginning Sept. 13, 1982.

The performances are scheduled for Oct. 1, 2, 8 and 9 at 8 p.m. at the Twin Peaks School Little Theater. Tickets are and may be purchased in advance from members of the cast or at the door prior to each performance. The seating is limited, so advance reservations are recommended. The cast included Glenn Alliano, Lou Alliano, Carol Blaisdell, Rick Blaisdell, Bob Bleich, Resa Bowman, Beth Cushman, Stan Gerding, Jim Grant, Jim Greenwood, Mary Hannify, Cindy Hardman, Jon Hendrikse, John Heinen, Kay Heinen, Don Hotz, Jeff Jordan, Peggy Maki, Stan Maki, Karen Meddows, Dee Oulela, Hank Purvis, Amy Robbins, LeRoy Rude, Bob Sheperd, Linda Smith, Lynn Smith, Rae Deene Smith, and Beth Wright.

John Heinen - Director
Kay Heinen - Producer

Special Guest Appearances By: Mary Shepardson as The Lone Ranger and Linda Oravec as Tonto.

The Production Staff were: Director, John Heinen; Assistants to Director, Anne Devney and Sidney Pierson; Producer, Kay Heinen; Choreographer, Barbara Seagren; Stage Manager, Anne Devney; Set Design, Hank Purvis; Set Construction, Hank Purvis with the crew, Beth Cushman, Jim Greenwood, Peggy Maki, Anne Devney, John Heinen, and Linda Smith; Costumes, Barbara Seagren, Kay Heinen, and Dee Oulela; Lighting, Lou Alliano; Sound, Lynn Smith; Properties, Mary Hannify; Publicity, Kay Heinen; Program, Kay Heinen; Tickets, John Heinen; House Manager, Nancy green; Hospitality, Nancy Green and Annette Huffman; Makeup, Janice Burston and Jafra Cosmetics.