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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

"Tomorrow, Tomorrow!" Well, Actually Starting Friday- "Annie!"

 
AnnieNovember 4-6; 10-13 & 17-20, 2011
Shows are Thursday-Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm
 



By Strouse, Charnin and Meehan


Looking for a great event to take the kids to? I know my daughter will be bellowing "Tomorrow" for months after, but it's a risk I'm willing to take to accompany her to the Twin City Stage's performance of "Annie". Besides, my talented neighbor is the Dog Catcher and I know how fun it is for a kid to realize they know someone "famous", no matter if it's only locally famous. Break a leg, Sally!

Those of you who shop at Whole Foods may have seen the publicity for the 5% day benefiting Twin City Stage on November 16. Mark your calendars and plan to shop at Whole Foods 11/16. Cast members will be doing a flash mob scene there beginning at 12:30 on Nov. 12. Fun!


The Tony Award-winning musical, featuring the popular song “Tomorrow” has been a favorite with audiences since 1977. Annie foils Miss Hannigan's evil plans, befriends the President and finds a new family and home with billionaire Oliver Warbucks, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the shout out, Kristi! We are in final rehearsals and I think it's going to be a great show. It will be hard for anyone to leave the theater without a big smile on their face! Note to parents: "Annie" is a great "gateway" musical if you want to get your kids excited about theater. As a mom myself, I would recommend this show for children ages 5-6 and up. Very young children may not understand the whole concept of being an orphan, and they may find Miss Hannigan terrifying! The actress playing her is going for broke with the meanness although in real life she is a sweet and delightful person. Hope to see you all there!

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  2. Thanks for the great information, Sally! It sounds like so much fun. We can't wait!

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