I went to the Saturday 2PM matinee of “Six Pairs of Hands” at the Annie, narrating true stories of fishermen’s wives in Gloucester. I am very glad I went! Really, it’s amazingly well done, from the actors’ performances to the music and the set. I heartily recommend it! There are two shows today (Sunday), at 2PM and 5PM. Here are some photos I grabbed today. The front row of the audience, which appears in some of the photos, was mostly occupied by fishermen’s wives, some of whose stories were being told on stage!
Six Pairs of Hands – see it while you can!
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6 thoughts on “Six Pairs of Hands – see it while you can!”
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Thanks for the pics! This was really an amazing show ~ Please get your tickets before they are sold out ~ Viva!
Yes, thanks for the pictures. I was at the same performance and was hoping someone would catch these scenes.
An unforgettable performance FOR Gloucester.
It was a very emotional performance, I laughed and cried. A must see for all of Gloucester!
I was there too….Great musical and photos!
Bravo! Was at that show also. Thank you Rev. Green for the photos! It was a fabulous show indeed. Applause applause and thank you to the wives!