Debra Spung, a high school classmate of Anne Runolfsson, was definitely in attendance Saturday night when the Zonta Club of Kauai Foundation presented its “Heroine’s Song” as a fundraiser at the Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall.
“We went to school together,” Spung said. “I went to Maui when she performed there. I asked Anne, ‘How would you like to play on Kauai?’ Darrelyn Lemke of the Zonta Club of Kauai was also at the Maui concert and I got the two together.”
Runolfsson, with a large number of Broadway credits to her name, headlined the Saturday presentation with her daughter, Tess Adams, and Kauai performers including Kimberly Hope and Elizabeth Kreitzer performing under the musical direction of Ray Fellman.
Guests were treated not just to Broadway-caliber entertainment, but the experience was enhanced by a healthy offering of pupu and refreshments provided by donors and sponsors.