Be a part of history! To celebrate their 99th season, and director James Dunn 30th and final season, the Mountain Play Association is pleased to have National Geographic photographer, and Mill Valley resident, Jim Sugar, shoot a 20-exposure, 360 degree panoramic photo of the entire cast of the Music Man, retiring director Jim Dunn, crew members, the set, and the audience in the amphitheatre on Sunday, June 17th. This will be James Dunn FINAL performance as director of the Mountain Play Association. Guests are invited to remain in their seats for 10 minutes after the conclusion of the play so that everyone can be included in this historic Mountain Play family photograph. Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of Mountain Play history!
Tickets are still available for Sunday, June 17th – last performance of 2012. To purchase tickets or find out more information go to www.mountainplay.org or call 415-383-1100.
Jim Sugar has been a working photographer since graduating with Honors from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. National Geographic hired Jim as a summer intern following graduation. Since then, he illustrated 35 articles in National Geographic Magazine, 3 books for the National Geographic book division, 9 cover stories for Popular Mechanics, and six cover stories for Boy's Life. His commercial clients include DuPont, AT&T, IBM, SAP, and VISA. He is a long-time resident of Mill Valley, with deep ties to this community.
The Mountain Play Association’s mission is to produce an annual, spectacular, outdoor theatrical experience that nurtures an appreciation of Mt Tamalpais, involves and strengthens the community, and builds on decades of tradition. The Mountain Play is a non-profit (501c3) organization that has been serving the Bay Area community since 1912. www.mountainplay.org