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Meyer Theatre opens up its backstage for wine-tasting event

11:06 PM, Mar. 13, 2013
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The Meyer Theatre is trying something a little different Saturday: allowing people access behind the stage for a wine tasting.

"We just thought it would be something unique and different and fun," said Julie Lamine, theater director. "We want it to be very casual and an unsnobby approach to wine tasting."

Instead of going from table to table trying different wines, guests move from area to area, exploring the backstage of the Meyer, including dressing rooms and sound and light booths. Patrons can even take a peek into the organ room that houses the famous Mighty Wurlitzer. ...

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