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The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem, North Carolina Black Repertory Company, Spirit Gum Theatre, Spring Theatre, Stained Glass Playhouse, and 40+ Stage Company will present All Together Now! – A Global Event Celebrating Local Theatre, Sat., Nov. 13, at 7:30 pm at the Hanesbrands Theatre, 209 N. Spruce Street in Winston-Salem.  Tickets range from $15-35 for this one-night-only fundraiser.

The Little Theatre’s box office is open for phone sales Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 12–4 pm; call (336) 725-4001 or purchase tickets online at www.LTofWS.org.

All Together Now! is a fundraiser being produced by 2300 schools and theatres in 44 countries and territories and all 50 states – over 5200 performances! - over the course of one weekend.  Music Theatre International (MTI), one of the largest theatre licensing companies in the world, created All Together Now! as a way to bring theatre companies together and to help the theatre community raise much needed funds after the long shutdown they suffered during the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Featuring a talented cast of fifteen performers, this spectacular musical review will include song and dance numbers from musical theatre hits such as Once on this Island, Mamma Mia!, Guys and Dolls, Waitress, Beauty and the Beast, Sister Act, and more.  Chase Law, President and CEO of the Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County, will emcee the event.

All Together Now! will be directed by Ron Law, with music direction by Daniel Dodson and choreography by Gretchen HallJ. Marley Priest will design lighting and Sawyer Shafer will stage manage the production.  The cast includes Jackson Colo, Erinn Dearth, Samuel Gomez, Aidan Healy, Laura Ianni, Sarah Jedrey, Sarah Jenkins, Chloe Law, Caroline Mendenhall, Mary Mendenhall, Glenn Otterbacher, Dianne Paukstelis, Ralph Shaw, Seph Schonekas, and Dave Wils.

All Together Now! will run approximately an hour and 20 minutes long, with no intermission. It is appropriate for all ages.  For further information and tickets, please visit LTofWS.org.

PLEASE NOTE:  The Arts Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County requires proof for anyone 18+ of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative PCR lab test result from 72 hours prior to the scheduled event you wish to attend in order to enter their venues (this includes the Hanesbrands Theatre). A mask is also required while inside the building, per the City of Winston-Salem.

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