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A must see

Dear Editor:

November is the time of year when the entire local Aspen community comes together to enjoy seeing their friends and local Aspen talent on stage in Aspen’s Community Theatre Musical. “1776” is this year’s musical, produced by Jody Hecht and Rita Hunter, with David Dyer as the music director and Tom Ward as set designer.

It is a must see, for where else can you see such local talent and all your friends performing on stage at the Wheeler celebrating such an historic event? The quality of these annual productions has always been so professional, and this year’s production is no exception. It is quite an undertaking considering over 20 talented men from our community: leaders, professionals, and experienced actors from all walks of life, perform the history of our nation’s Declaration of Independence to song, dance, and humor.

“1776” is most entertaining, so if you haven’t bought your tickets yet, do so quickly.

Kudos to the director, actors, staff, and producers, for making this such an exceptional community event, an all inclusive one wherein everyone has a wonderful time.

Junee Kirk


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