Playing Annie, Eva Cluff, 11, right, sings to the orphan, Molly, played by Megan Tallcott, 8, during rehearsal of the YES Kids production of "Annie Jr." at Modesto High School on Sunday, October 20, 2013. The musical, a shortened version of the full production designed for younger performers, will feature more than 80 students from across Stanislaus County. YES (Youth Entertainment Stage Company) Kids is open to students in fourth through eighth grades.
Playing Annie, Eva Cluff, 11, right, sings to the orphan, Molly, played by Megan Tallcott, 8, during rehearsal of the YES Kids production of "Annie Jr." at Modesto High School on Sunday, October 20, 2013. The musical, a shortened version of the full production designed for younger performers, will feature more than 80 students from across Stanislaus County. YES (Youth Entertainment Stage Company) Kids is open to students in fourth through eighth grades. aalfaro@modbee.com
Playing Annie, Eva Cluff, 11, right, sings to the orphan, Molly, played by Megan Tallcott, 8, during rehearsal of the YES Kids production of "Annie Jr." at Modesto High School on Sunday, October 20, 2013. The musical, a shortened version of the full production designed for younger performers, will feature more than 80 students from across Stanislaus County. YES (Youth Entertainment Stage Company) Kids is open to students in fourth through eighth grades. aalfaro@modbee.com

Tomorrow almost here for YES Kids' new production in Modesto

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