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Arty Girl: Get Your ASU Gammage "Mini-Package"

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Awww, it's a miniature flower...soooo cuuuuute!

Take something, make it little and it's automatically ten times more appealing. Have you seen those tiny Coke cans? Adorable! Or how about Converse shoes for toddlers? I look at those things and my heart melts. And then, of course, we can't forget babies. Baby humans, baby dogs, baby birds, baby anything is just too cute to pass up.

On that note, Gammage has a great strategy with their "mini-package" idea that is on sale now.

The mini-subscription package includes four shows and starts at an adorable price of just $61.40. You get priority seating, ticket exchange privileges and you're allowed to choose from the following shows:

Legally Blonde The Musical (Sep 22-27, 2009)
Phantom of the Opera (Oct 28-Nov 22, 2009)
Little House on the Prairie (Dec 8-13, 2009)
Annie (Dec 29, 2009-Jan 3, 2010)
August: Osage County (Jan 5-10, 2010)
Mary Poppins (Feb 11-28, 2010)
Avenue Q (Mar 9-14, 2010)
Jesus Christ Superstar (Apr 6-11, 2010)
Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps (Apr 20-25, 2010)
In the Heights (Jun 15-20, 2010)

Now, isn't that just darling?

To buy a mini-package, visit www.asugammage.com/mini.

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