AMT Postpones “Annie”, Introduces “Putting it Together”

The much-anticipated production, Annie, originally scheduled for this Fall, has been postponed until a later date.  Alamogordo Music Theatre had scheduled the popular Annie to continue its 2012 season trend to produce shows that introduce children to the theater.

According to the AMT Board of Directors, the change in scheduling was due to uncertainty in the availability of production staff for this musical.

AMT will announce the newly scheduled “Annie” via AMT’s website and Facebook page at a later date.  “We apologize for having to make this change and hope our audiences will support the newly scheduled production,” said Cindy Holder, President.

For its new Fall production, AMT has scheduled a musical revue, “PUTTING IT TOGETHER”.  AMT’s Jeremy Patton will direct.

Open auditions are scheduled for August  28 & 29, 6:30 pm, at the Flickinger Center, 1110 New York Avenue.

Productions dates are scheduled for October 26, 27 &  28, and November 2 and 3.

According to Musical Theater International’s website PUTTING IT TOGETHER is a musical revue celebrating Stephen Sondheim’s incomparable career in musical theatre. This production showcases the songs of Sondheim (SWEENEY TODD, FOLLIES, A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM). It draws its title from a song in SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE.

Featuring nearly 30 Sondheim tunes, PUTTING IT TOGETHER is performed by five people thrown together at a party in a Manhattan penthouse.The night takes on an interesting tone, exploring the many facets of relationships including the follies of dating, marriage and everything that happens in between.

2 thoughts on “AMT Postpones “Annie”, Introduces “Putting it Together”

  1. It’s been a few years…, but I am so glad to see AMT going strong and better than ever (I check up every so often). 🙂 I also see that Jackson is still landing large roles!!! 🙂 Break a leg in “Putting It Together”, Loren. Heck, go ahead and break everything you got and “Put It Anywhere You Want!” for that matter. Wow, I really miss those days (1989-92).

    Mike Simmons, a.k.a. Rusty Witts, Lun Tha, a Protean, Lewis Morris and (almost) Harold Hill :), but whose holding a grudge…

  2. Hey Mike! Good to hear from you! Talk about a blast from the past! Thanks for your good wishes. And glad to know that you’ve finally let go of that Harold Hill thing! 😉

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