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!
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