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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The young couple in John & Maggie has just moved into their first home, gifted to them by John's uncle. The young man wants to use his skills as a carpenter to create a life for he and his wife, but when a mysterious child suddenly appears in their lives, it changes the couple in ways neither could imagine. Written by two-time Emmy winner D.M. Larson and directed by Jennie Hamilton, this warm holiday tale is a great way to kick off the Christmas season. Learn More
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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 the big lady with a powerful voice, I think was Bessie's role. The music and the story was good. The production was amaturistic.
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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.