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A Little Bit In Love 

When: May 29-30, 2-3 p.m., Mon., May 31, 5-6 p.m. and Tue., June 1, 7-8 p.m. 2010
Phone: (843) 724-7295
Price: $21/adult, $19/seniors and students

New York musical talents Sarah Ogden and Mitch Raftery star in this cabaret featuring opera, a James Bond medley, and The Muppets. Part of Piccolo Spoleto Festival.

There will be Muppets
You have to be at least a little curious about a cabaret featuring opera, Muppets, and a James Bond medley. This show promises to be well suited for singing along.

The highs and lows will astound
Mitch Raftery is a Nebraska-born musical wunderkind currently wowing the Big Apple with his talent: everything from solo cabaret performances to playing in a Brooklyn-based rock band. His range is said to be amazing. Add to that the vocal prowess of Sarah Ogden and this show is sure to be a wowzer.

She gets to slap a "Native" sticker on her ride
Director Dana Friedman was born and raised right here in Charleston. During her senior speech at Ashley Hall, she vowed that she would return to direct plays in Charleston some day, and the very next year, there she was, doing exactly that for Charleston Stage. After that, she went on to work with PURE Theatre. And here she is at Piccolo. Way to make those senior dreams come true.

— Jason A. Zwiker


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