On January 18, 2016

Vermont native Anna Baker debuts in national tour of “Saturday Night Fever”

By ©Erin O’Boyle Photographics

In the classic story “Saturday Night Fever,” Rutland native Anna Baker plays Annette, who dances with her love, Tony.

Monday, Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. — RUTLAND — “Saturday Night Fever – The Musical” hits the Paramount Theatre stage in Rutland on Monday, Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. Featured in the cast is Rutland native Anna Baker (as Annette) in her national tour debut.

“Saturday Night Fever – The Musical,” the iconic story of Tony—the kid from Brooklyn U.S.A. who wants to dance his way to a better life—is back! It’s back in an all-new production that shares Tony’s love for dancing in spectacular new ways. Fueled by the vintage Bee Gee hits, this contemporary retelling of the classic story captures the energy, passion and life-changing moments that have thrilled movie audiences since 1977. Now, a new generation of dancers meets a new generation of playgoers to explore the soaring sounds and pulsating rhythms of this coming-of-age disco fantasy.

This all new production of “Saturday Night Fever – The Musical” is directed by Jeffrey B. Moss with choreography by Denis Jones and musical direction by Skip Brevis. Tour direction is by Columbia Artists Theatricals, Gary McAvay, president (www.cami.com).

Tickets ($41.50-$47.50) are available at the box office located at 30 Center Street, Rutland, by calling 802-775-0903 or at paramountlive.org.

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