Annie at the Driftwood Players; creator/first director at two talk-backs

Monday, November 29, 2010

Is there anyone in the known universe who doesn't know the plot of Annie?

The Driftwood Players in Edmonds are offering this up-beat favorite through December 19 at the Wade James Theatre on 950 Main Street in Edmonds.

Photo: Emily Rudoph and Lauren Carlos both play the title role in the Driftwood Players production of "Annie". Photo by Wendy Enden, Laughing Tabby Photography, courtesy Driftwood Players.

See Annie and Sandy escape a hard-knock life
and realize that the sun will come out, tomorrow.
See it anew with your whole family before it sells out!

Actually, some performances have already sold out, but these still have seats available and you can buy tickets on-line.  MainStage prices are $23 for General, $20 for Jr (18 & under); Senior (60+) and Military (with ID / In uniform), Call for group pricing.

  • Thursday, December 2, 2010, 8 pm
  • Saturday, December 4, 2010m 8 pm Talk Back
  • Thursday, December 9, 2010, 8 pm
  • Friday, December 10, 2010, 8 pm
  • Saturday, December 11, 2010, 8 pm Talk Back
  • Sunday, December 12, 2010, 2 pm
  • Thursday, December 16, 2010, 8 pm
  • Friday, December 17, 2010, 8 pm
  • Saturday, December 18, 2010, 8 pm
  • Sunday, December 19, 2010, 2 pm

Martin Charnin. Courtesy Driftwood Players.
If you have never been to a talk-back, they can be a lot of fun. Everyone stays after the performance and people involved with the production, sometimes the actors, or the director, come sit on the stage and talk about the production and answer the audience questions.

Driftwood has scored a biggie for their scheduled talk-backs on December 4 and December 11, Martin Charnin, creator and first director of the hit-musical "Annie."

"Martin Charnin is an American theatre director, lyricist, and composer. He started his Broadway career as one of the Jets in the musical "West Side Story." Perhaps his best-known work is as creator, lyricist and director on the musical "Annie," the show that inspired countless young people to get involved in theater. His Tony award-winning Broadway production of Annie celebrated its twentieth anniversary in 1997 with a return to Broadway. He subsequently directed the national tour."
DKH

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