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2012 Ostrander Awards

The 29th annual Ostrander Theatre Awards are right around the corner; so mark your calendar for Monday, August 27th, at 6 p.m. at the Memphis Botanic Garden. Lindsey Roberts and Steve "Sister Myotis" Swift will host as Memphis' best are honored for excellence in theatre.


Tickets are $10 (in advance and at the door), and tickets purchased online will be available at will call. As a sponsor of the event, we're proud to offer you the opportunity to purchase your tickets from our sister publication's Memphis Flyer site.

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