recently got casted as Mrs. Pugh in the Alton Community Theatre production of Annie. At the age of 32 I outgrew my childhood dream of being an orphan (especially Molly) in Annie, so Mrs. Pugh is fine. It seems like I have came a long way from that kid in the backyard with a blanket over a closeline performing "Annie" for the neighborhood. (Wow....we used to play the soundtrack really loud from our record player out the window).

I have been to 3 rehearsals so far. I can't dance. Really I can't. I will get the moves I am sure. But I am trying to learn the words to "Annie...Annie...": because they are different than the 1977 soundtrack that I memorized as a kid. Plus do grapevines and jazz squares. I never took dance as a kid and dancing is just hard for me. Oh well. This isn't Broadway by any means. But it is a highly respectable community theatre in my area and it is known for it's high quality shows. I will keep working at it....

Sara S.

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Comment by Sara S on June 6, 2010 at 4:38pm
Is "casted" not the correct verb? I was cast? I don't know...that sounds strange to my ear.
Comment by Allison Halpin on June 2, 2010 at 3:09pm
"casted" ???
Comment by No1 Annie Fan on September 15, 2009 at 2:19pm
Aww Thats Really Nice Im Playing Annie In November And Really Looking Forward To It Because Its Been My Dream Since A Was Little, I Have Also Playedd An Orphan Beforee But This is My Dream Come True Good Luck Playing Mrs. Pugh Hope You Have Loads Of Fun


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