Sierra School of Performing Arts debuts “Annie”
RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - It’s only a day away! The Sierra School of Performing Arts will begin its “Annie” show starting August 13.
The Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater will be hosting the performances for three consecutive weeks this month.
This will be the first in-person show since the pandemic began for SSPA.
Production started back in April of 2020 in the midst of the early pandemic. Now, the 40 member crew of Reno-Tahoe locals will finally get to take the stage .
The crew has been working tirelessly and they are ready to give the Reno community a show they will never forget.
Producing Artistic Director, Janet Lazarus described it as a surreal moment, “After a year and a half of waiting to see if we could even do this, to finally bring it to the stage is a little surreal to tell you the truth… and wonderful.”
The team met through zoom meetings, had dress rehearsals in masks, and made sure COVID guidelines were followed. All their hard work has finally paid off.
For the list of show dates and information on buying tickets, click here.
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