Save The Rainforest, Inc.

A nonprofit organization that promotes purposeful travel, inspires students, saves rainforest and alleviates poverty.  


"Diamond Girl", a modern day fairy tale, will be performed for the first time ever April 20-22, 2018 as part of an Earthday event to take place at the Middleton High School Perfoming Arts Center. 

The magical story of "Diamond Girl":  Rita Chase---a sales associate at a sheik jewelry boutique in Chicago---laments her latest romantic debacle, whereupon her friend coaxes her into trying on a two million dollar diamond necklace to boost her sagging spirits.  The necklace has the desired effect, but it proves impossible to take off.  Furthermore it makes Rita irresistible to just about every man she meets, including her ex-boyfriend, a millionaire and her brother in law.  Which one, if any, will become her Prince Charming?

Times:  7:30pm on April 20 & 21, 2pm on April 22.  Ticket price:  At door $18 adult, $14 student.  Online $16 adult, $12 student.  


There will be Earthday exhibits in the theater lobby featuring volunteer opportunities:

Student Conservation Association (Chance to sign up to do volunteer work in National Parks, Forests, etc.)

Middleton High School Ecology Club 

Save the Rainforest (Chance to sign up to do volunteer work internationally)

Dodgeville High School students volunteering in Costa Rica

Hats off to the folks who are helping to make the production of "Diamond Girl" possible.

  • The Diamond Center
  • Courtyard by Marriott West Madison/Middleton
  • Metro Builders
  • GetSirius Internet Services
  • Cindy Gorder Graphic Designs
  • Joe and Kathy Acker

Production history:


THE DONATION  Oct 27-29, 2017

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