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November 22, 2000 The Weekender Entertainment The Arlington Times/The Marysville Globe pro C3 1 cou~esy The Paramount as Annie !.Tony Award-win- g Berlin~ opening the Paramount "Marilu Henner and Tom a fictionalized most famous ;, Annie Oakley at the 28 through I lyrics by Irving Berlin, songs ~g," "You ~ith a Gun," and "They $20 to $54 at the 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, at Ticketmaster 206.292.ARTS. Christmas -- Dinner and lhe Lights of Christ- "Stages of ey and 30 through Dec. The Acts of God I Present a Christmas THIS WEEK... "Clockworks," Dec. 1, p.m. Dec. 3 on the comer of Drive, in Everett. Pave's Bakery in available on tickets. Place in 1930 when last will uncle, caus- family to dis- CONTINUING. . . donation of 425.355.9330. ueen Northwest Hill Christian Ander- son, about a young boy and girl who go through many harrowing adventures and challenges to rescue a friend from the mean Snow Queen Dec. 1 to 10 at the Lincoln Theater in Mount Vernon. For reservations call 360.466.3072. The Elves & the EVERETT -- Two merry elves have an adventure when they discover a poor shoemaker in need of assistance, in "The Elves & the Shoemaker," presented by Pied Piper Presents at the Everett Performing Arts Center Saturday, Dec. 9 at 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $12 and $10 at the . EPAC box office, 425.257.8600. Penn & Teller SEATTLE -- After 25 years in the magic business, Penn & Teller are fed up, and have decided to go into religion instead. Now they are promising some real miracles in their new show at the Moore Theatre in Seattle Dec. 12 to 17. Penn & Teller have been seen on TV on "The Tonight Show" and "The Late Show with David Letterman" as well as "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," "The Today Show," and "Saturday Night Live." Tickets are $25 to $40 at Ticket- master outlets, 206.292.ARTS. SEATTLE -- Just in time for a family holiday outing, "Annie" will return to the Paramount Theatre in Seattle for a limit- ed, one-week engagement, Dec. 19 to 24. This national tour produced by NET- works is stopping at 100 cities across the U.S. and Canada, with music by Charles Strouse, the book is by Thomas Meehan, and the show is directed by its lyricist, Martin Charnin. Since its first run on Broadway in 1977, Charnin has directed five national tours and two Lon- don productions. Memorable songs from "Annie" are "It's a Hard-Knock Life," "Easy Street," and the ever optimistic "Tomorrow." The show starts at 7 p.m. Dec. 19 through 23 with 2 p.m. matinees on Wednesday, Dec. 20, Saturday, Dec. 23 and Sunday, Dec. 24. Tickets are $16 to $50 at the Paramount box office 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and at Ticket- master outlets or by phone at 206.292.ARTS. Inspecting Carol ANACORTES -- An hilarious come- dy about mistaken identities among a group performing "A Christmas Carol," "Inspecting Carol," is the holiday produc- tion of Anacortes Community Theatre, at 10th St. and M Ave. in Anacortes, run- ning Nov. 24 to Dec. 16. For tickets and information call 360.293.6829. Nutcracker SEATTLE -- The Northwest Puppet Center presents its popular holiday clas- sic, "The Nutcracker Puppet Ballet" with new scenes.and new puppets Nov. 24 through Dec. 17. The show features dancing Russian bears, toy soldiers, whirling ballerinas. Relive the adventures of Clara and the Nutcracker General, performed by Dmitri Carter, a second generation Carter Fam- ily Marionette, and Jen Yang, a sixth generation Chinese puppeteer. The puppet center is located at 9123 15th Ave. HE, a few block southeast of Northgate Shopping Center in Seattle. Tickets are $6.50 for children, $7 for seniors, and $8.50 for adults, at the door or by phone at 206.523.2579. Mother Jones SEATTLE -- A world premiere, "Mother Jones will Speak," is a one- woman tour de force about the life and times of "the most dangerous woman in America," Mother Mary Harris Jones. Presented by the same people who presented the long running hit, "Late Nite Catechism," "Mother Jones will Speak," opens at the Open Circle Theatre Space, 429 Boren Ave. N., Nov. 24 to Dec. 16. Tickets are $10 at 206.382.4250. BELLINGHAM -- Based on a book by Charles M. Schulz, the musical, "Snoopy" is being presented by the Bellingham Theatre Guild Nov. 25 through Dec. 10. Music is by Larry Grossman and lyrics are by Hal Hack- ady. Tickets are $12, $10 and $8 at 360.733.1811 or go to the website at g Goes SEATTLE -- Cole Porter's classic musical, "Anything Goes," opens at The 5th Avenue Theatre Nov. 26 and runs through Dec. 17. The cast of 27 consists of primarily Northwest actors and a few musical theater stars from Broadway, including Dee Hoty as Reno Sweeney, Bronson Pinchot as Sir Evelyn Oakleigh and Michael Gruber as Billy Crocker. Tickets range from $17 to $59 at Ticketmaster, 206.292.ART~ or at The 5th Avenue Theater box office, 1308 5th Ave., in Seattle. Christmas Carol SEATTLE -- The silver anniversary presentation of "A Christmas Carol" at the ACT in Seattle starts Nov. 26 and runs through Dec. 24. ~i~ For tickets call the ACT box office at 206.292.7676. Black Nativity SEATTLE -- A moving holiday con- cert, "Black Nativity" weaves Langston Hughes poetry with powerful narration and gospel song in an uplifting, hand- clapping musical at the Intiman Theatre Nov. 26 to Dec. 24. For tickets call 206.269A 900. Steel Magnolias SEDRO-WOOLLEY -- Truvy's Beau- ty Salon is the setting for "Steel Magno- lias" presented by Skagit Community Art Theatre, Nov. 17 to Dec. 9 with shows presented on Friday and Saturday evenings with one matinee on Sunday, Dec. 3. Tickets, ($8 and $7 for the mati- nee) can be reserved at 360.855.9680. Chris Bennion, courtesy Seattle Children's T~ealre From left, Jeff Cummings is Prince Brat and Jayne Muirhead is a lady of the court in Prince Brat and the Whipping Boy," presented by the Seattle Children~ Theatre in the Charlotte Martin The- ater at Seattle Center, Nov. 10 through Jan. 13. For tickets call 206.441.3322. New Patagonia Whipping Boy" is presented by the Seat- tle Children's Theater at the Charlotte SEATTLE -- A world premiere of Martin Theatre in Seattle through Jan. Seattle playwright Elizabeth Heffron's 13. play, "New Patagonia," runs through Based on a Newberry Award winning Dec. 23 at the Seattle Repertory's Leo book by Sid Fleischman, "Prince Brat" K. Theatre. traces the adventures and unlikely In "New Patagonia," Karl Kroeger's friendship between Prince Horace, com- psychedelic books and dynamic read- monly known as Prince Brat, and ings altered the consciousness of a Jemmy, a boy from the streets who whole generation, and now he is dying of takes the prince's punishments for him. cancer. He wants his death to be the ~ For tickets, $14.50 to $22, call biggest event yet, but his son Jesse 206.441.3322 or go to the website at struggles to make Karl understand that his fame and outlandish lifestyle came at a high price. For tickets ca11206.443.2222. Reverse Psychology Hello Dolly SEATTLE -- "Reverse Psychology" continues at The Empty Space Theatre, 2509 Fremont Ave. N in Seattle, through LYNDEN -- Lynden Performing Arts Dec. 16. Guild presents "Hello Dolly" and "Cin- derella" alternating through Dec. 16. For information and tickets call 360.354.4425. The Music Man MOUNT VERNON -- Theater Arts Guild presents "The Music Man" at the Lincoln Theatre through Nov. 26. Show- times are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Satur- days and 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sun- days. For reservations call 877.754.6284 or go to the web at Tickets are $20 to $28 at the Empty Space box office, 206.547.7500, by email at boxoffice @ or at Ticketmaster 206.292.ARTS. The Red Balloon SEATTLE -- For more than 40 years, the Academy-Award winning film, "The Red Balloon," by French filmmaker Albert Lamorisse has captivated audi- ences. Now, in collaboration with the Visible Fictions Theater Company in Scotland, who initially adapted the film into a play, SCT brings this classic to the Seattle stage through Dec. 30 at the Eve Alvord Theater. Recommended for ages 4 and older. Tickets, from $14.50 for chil- dren and $21 for adults, are available at 206.441.3322. 0 GEORGE continued from page A 1 ated; Potter isn t in a wheel chair and Clarence is not an old man," because crea~ve." out guy played was played by erto ETP, Skip Plpo, qs real "It's a challenge to play G r . eorge s role, Chris Charlie Brown EDMC)NDS -- A musical based on the comic strip, "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz, "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown," is a wonderful humorous look at the characters of one of American's favorite cartoonist, presented by the Edmonds Driftwood Players, at the Wade James Theater, 950 Main St., in Edmonds through Dec. 17. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays with a 2 p.m. matinee on Sundays. For tickets and information, call 425.774.9600. Prince Brat SEATTLE -- "Prince Brat and the Nov. 24to Dec. 17. Fugitive." He and Chris worked together on "Rumours" and Moening worked with the Drift- wood Players as well. 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