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Three sold out "1776" shows at the Tower Theatre gives a big boost to the Tower Theatre Foundation.  Tower Theatre Executive Director Ray Solley says the musical was a huge draw, bringing in more than 1200 people over three days and raising about $16,000 for the Foundation.  Solley says the unique "staged concert" won't be the last.  "It was a staged concert; so it wasn't a fully -blown with costumes and powdered wigs, and of course, no men.  So it was a very different and very high quality and large-scale event with a full orchestra. So we're looking forward to doing more of those kinds of shows."  Solley says they also closed out the fund-raising year with a record number of members, 770, the most since they began the campaign.  Ray Solley was guest on 1110 KBND's "Your Town" Thursday.

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