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Happy Friday everyone! If you are looking for fun things to do this gorgeous weekend, might I suggest...

I thought I knew Annie from the classic 1982 film to which we can all sing along (It's a Hard Knocks Life, anyone?). There were many of my favorite songs from the movie, obviously, but there were plenty of other amazing songs and scenes that were new to me. Tickets start at $35, and every seat is a good one in this small, gorgeous venue. 

The Boston Ballet is currently showcasing two incredible performances thru May 27th. If you love breathtaking sets, dazzling costumes, and the plotline of a story ballet, you simply must go see The Sleeping Beauty. Princess Aurora's choreography in Act 1 is some of the most physical there is - it truly is a magical experience. If you prefer a more modern ballet, check out Robbins: The Concert, featuring three works, including one world premiere (Creatures of Egmont) by Boston Ballet's Resident Choreographer Jorma Elo (which was actually my favorite of the three). The last performance (The Concert) is light-hearted and fun - you'll be smiling as you walk out the door! Tickets start at $35. 

SWEATER: J.Jill tweed mock neck sweater (See also here, on sale!) TURTLENECK TEE: Madewell (on sale, under $15!) DENIM: BENRUS USA (see also here, here) LOAFERS: Stubbs and Wootton (similar; see also here) BAG: Coach Rogue 25 (see also here, here) SUNGALASSES: Karen Walker BRACELET: cabi (see also here) PHOTOS: Catherine Threlkeld

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