Patti Powell Evans 
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Re: “Review: Streamline Productions debuts with cute but wobbly Annie

I went to see Annie opening night because I love the musical, wanted to see my friend Cindi playing Miss Hannigan, and wanted to see my friend's dog Ziggy playing Sandy. i thoroughly enjoyed the play and was very impressed with Annie who at 11 is an amazing singer, dancer, and actress. I also was so pleased with little Molly's great voice and clear diction. I could understand all of the words from all of the soloists which doesn't always happen! I thought the cast did a great job, especially the leads. I was so glad I had my reasons to go because I enjoyed it so much and probably would not have gone otherwise. I would have missed a fun and happy night. The story is entertaining and wholesome and presents great messages to children as well as to adults who are seeing a lot of history repeat itself; Annie's positive and uplifting outlook was what FDR (and I) needed to hear; Mr. Warbuck's unselfish love was refreshing; the orchestra was excellent and since I couldn't see it, I even thought the music was recorded! And, of course, I loved the sweetness that Ziggy/Sandy and the rescue animals brought to the play. Finally, I was happy to know that the show was raising money to help Pet Helpers, PURE Theatre, MUSC Children's Hospital, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Trident Academy, all of which I am thrilled to help support. So for me, the evening was definitely time well-spent! Thank you, Richard and Krissy, for what you are giving to and doing for our community. I look forward to coming to more of your productions.

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Posted by Patti Powell Evans on April 13, 2012 at 1:30 AM

Re: “Review: Streamline Productions debuts with cute but wobbly Annie

I went to see Annie opening night because I love the musical, wanted to see my friend Cindi playing Miss Hannigan, and wanted to see my friend's dog Ziggy playing Sandy. I thoroughly enjoyed the play and was very impressed with Annie who at 11 is an amazing singer, dancer, and actress. I also was so pleased with little Molly's great voice and clear diction. I could understand all of the words from all of the soloists which doesn't always happen! I thought the whole cast did a great job, especially the leads who were all so talented. I was so glad I had my reasons to go because I enjoyed it so much and probably would not have gone have otherwise. I would have missed a fun and happy night. The story is entertaining and wholesome and presents great messages to children as well as to adults who are seeing a lot of history repeat itself. Annie's positive and uplifting outlook was what FDR (and I) needed to hear; Mr. Warbuck's unselfish love was refreshing; the orchestra was excellent and since I couldn't see it, I even thought the music was recorded! I also was so pleased to know that the show was raising funds for Pet Helpers, PURE Theatre, MUSC Children's Hospital, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Trident Academy, all of which I am thrilled to help support. So, for me, it was a night well spent, and I, of course, particularly enjoyed the part Ziggy/Sandy and the rescue dogs added to this well-done, local theater. I look forward to going to more productions. Thank you, Richard and Krissy, for what you are giving to and doing for our community!

6 of 7 people like this.
Posted by Patti Powell Evans on April 13, 2012 at 12:57 AM
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