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'Annie:' Coming to the Fair Theatre in Somerville, Tennessee

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If you like theatre for the whole family, that is both entertaining and affordable, come out to the Fair Theatre in Somerville, Tennessee for the world famous musical stage play, "Annie."

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"Annie," is directed by Deanna Bergloff and co-directed by Shannon Elsea. Choreography is by Kenzie Bergloff.

The cast of characters are:
Olivia Stearsman as Annie, Caleb Austin as Oliver Warbucks, Jenny McLemore as Miss Hannigan, Caely Moore as Grace Farrell, Jarret Webb as Rooster, Kenzie Bergloff as Lily St. Regis, Chelsea Burriss as Molly, Mary Claire Howard as Tessie, Alex Gipson as Pepper, Laney Moore as Duffy, Emily Fraier as July, Faith Dering as Kate, Jeremy Demmons as Mr. Bundles, Ben Bowen as Drake, Harvey Sandusky as Roosevelt and Sky Dering as Sandy.

Orphan Ensemble:
Savanah Booher, Olivia Joy Cunningham, Jenna Demmons, Jordan Elsea, Christa Holley, Emma Park, Hannah Schuijt, Emma VanDongen

Production Ensemble:
Anna Bowen, Logan Enriquez, Lisa Moses, Katelyn Demmons, Mary Moses, Shannon Elsea, Ben VanDongen, Alyssa Freeman, Lynn VanDongen, Haven McLemore, Ellie VanDongen, Jason Moore, Hayden Weber

"Annie's" synopsis: Annie is a spunky, orphaned redhead who is abused in the orphanage where she is housed, so she escapes the orphanage and goes in search of her parents, but she is caught and returned to the orphanage by a New York City Police Officer.

But, as fate would have it, a billionaire named Oliver Warbucks decides to invite an orphan to his house for Christmas, and Annie is chosen to go. Warbucks and Annie soon become friends, and he puts up a reward for anyone finding her parents.

The plot thickens when the headmistress of the orphanage's brother and girlfriend present themselves to be Annie's parents, which of course they are not.

If you would like to find out what happens to the little redheaded Annie, come to the stage play at the Fair Theatre in Somerville, Tennessee and have your heart strings tugged by the young cast.

Show dates are February 7 ,8 ,9, 14, 15, & 16th, 2014
Friday and Saturday shows begin at 7:00pm and Sunday shows begin at 2:30pm.
Ticket prices are are $10 and they can be purchased at the box office, or be reserve ahead of time by calling 731-212-2019. Also, the address of the Fair Theater is posted below. See you there!

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