Three members of the show "Fingers and Toes" stopped by the Bridge Street stage to perform a dance number from their show. Taken from syracuse.com, "In one somewhat-under-two-hours package, it offers compelling tunes and rhythms in a production with lots of playfulness and pizzazz.Basically, 'Fingers and Toes' is a spoof of backstage stories that purport to tell us how a show takes shape. Think of Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland's films like 'Babes in Arms.' Or think of 'Singin’ in the Rain,' '42nd Street' and 'Kiss Me Kate.' The list could go on and on, and 'Fingers and Toes,' set in 1939, is deliberately filled with all the clichés of backstage stories. For example, there's the hostility between leading lady and leading man that will turn to love. And there's the stress of working under time-pressures, and the way that otherwise normal folk break spontaneously into song and dance to express themselves, and the great feeling that develops in working with a skilled team." Running now through August 18th at the Main Stage at Auburn Public Theater be sure to get your tickets before they are all gone! For more information call 315-255-1785 or click here.