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Hunt for a stage star dog!

PUBLISHED: 15:12 24 November 2008 | UPDATED: 12:22 03 July 2010

A LOCAL dramatic society is looking for a dog to fill the role of Sandy in its production of Annie Warbucks.

Can your dog pass muster as a theatrical canine? Does it know basic commands such as "sit and stay? How about its size and colour? Is it a medium-size, light brown dog?

The production of Annie Warbucks is being put on by Dusmagrik at The Marina Centre, Great Yarmouth.

A LOCAL dramatic society is looking for a dog to fill the role of Sandy in its production of Annie Warbucks.

Can your dog pass muster as a theatrical canine? Does it know basic commands such as "sit and stay? How about its size and colour? Is it a medium-size, light brown dog?

The production of Annie Warbucks is being put on by Dusmagrik at The Marina Centre, Great Yarmouth.

There are no major restrictions, but we would prefer a mixed breed if possible.

To be considered for the role of Sandy, the dog should know basic commands, be comfortable around people (children included) and not be distracted by noise or bright lights.

In the Tony Award-winning musical, Sandy is a stray who is adopted by Annie after she finds him on the street.

If you think your dog is what we are looking for and could be available on the following dates: December 14, 17, 18, 19, 20. Then call Karen on 01493 4440600.


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