Big Daddy Is Here Musical Revue Celebrates the History of the Blues
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The last date listed for Big Daddy Is Here was Friday February 25, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Written and directed by Tanya Fuad, the dramedy Three Crazy Girls and One Stink Boy returns by popular demand, following the emotional story of four orphaned siblings from post-civil war Liberia as they attempt to adapt to life in America. The oldest, Oreta, remains tormented and unable to escape the harsh memories of the past, while the younger girls take tentative steps towards building new lives. Meanwhile, the youngest -- a boy named Donzo -- pays plenty of attention to his sisters, hoping to learn more about their vague family history. Learn More
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Featured review from Desiree
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Entertaining and informative show for jazz fans. Dee Sham as Big Daddy was the highlight of the show. Some very good performances by the rest of the cast. Minimal set worked to keep focus on the songs.Backing soundtrack too loud at times. Unattractive tights on the gals with noticeable slipping. Overall a fun enjoyable evening out!
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Nice intimate theatre, we sat in the front row. There really isn't much of a set, the music wasn't live, even though there was a piano on the set, there wasn't a pianist. 3 of the performers, The Tina Turner role, big daddy Muddy Waters role and...continued
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Watch a video in which Jennie Hamilton is honored for Black History Month.
Written and directed by Jennie Hamilton.
To commemorate Black History Month, Community Actors Theatre proudly presents Big Daddy Is Here, the history of the blues, to honor, show appreciation and celebrate those who gave birth to the blues. From the 1800s to the 21st century, this toe-tapping, finger-popping, swinging musical, promises to be the show of the season.