With spooky season just barely behind us, a spider-entitled musical is ready to stream this weekend. But it has little to do with spiders and spooks.

Quick facts

Lock Willow Productions will stream the romantic and heartwarming Daddy Long Legs in partnership with the Pumphouse Players in Cartersville November 6-15. All proceeds will benefit The Pumphouse Players. From writers Paul Gordon and John Caird, the original production of this musical had its run Off-Broadway in 2015 and famously became the first Off-Broadway musical to stream a live performance.

About Daddy Long Legs

Set in the early 1900s in New England, Daddy Long Legs is the vivid account of a young orphan as she blossoms into a beautiful, intelligent and vivacious woman. An anonymous benefactor gives Jerusha Abbott an opportunity to attend college, requiring that she write to him monthly, even though he says he will not respond. Her letters to him paint a moving portrait of her former life in the orphanage, and the development of her mind and spirit.

The company

Director/Lighting Designer/Violinist
Ashley Elliott

Jerusha Abbott/Producer
Christie Lee Fisher

Jervis Pendleton/Set Design
Jonathan Whitmire

Music Director/Piano
Matthew Luce

Producer
Will Brooks

Set Crew
Cal Silvers, Billie Elliott, Timothy Anderson

Videographer
James Lu

Editor
Laurel Ann Lowe

First look

About those tickets

Visit ShowTix4U.com to purchase from $18-$25.

For more information on Daddy Long Legs, visit the Pumphouse Players’ website here.

About Sally Henry Fuller

A writer with a passion for building relationships and telling people's stories, Sally Henry Fuller is a performing arts journalist. She has had the privilege of interviewing both local theatre professionals and multi-award-winning celebrities including Carol Burnett, Matthew Morrison, Vanessa Williams, Josh Gad, and Taylor Hicks. With theatre journalism experience since 2011, her work has also been featured on BroadwayWorld.com, the Huffington Post, and the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival.

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