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Book by     Thomas Meehan           Directed by     Jason King Jones
Music by     Charles Strouse           Choreographed by     Rachel Leigh Dolan
Lyrics by     Martin Charnin           Music Direction by     Jay Crowder

ABOUT

From the director of last year's hit holiday musical, Mary Poppins, the sun will come out brightly during the holidays. Annie has been the gateway for millions of kids to develop a love of live theatre, with this 40th Anniversary production, a new generation gets its shot. It's the middle of the Great Depression in New York City, and hard-knocks abound, especially for Annie and her friends at the orphanage run by Miss Hannigan. But when billionaire-celebrity Oliver Warbucks requires the presence of an orphan to soften his image, Annie unexpectedly finds a way into his heart. Along the way, Warbucks attempts to help Annie find her lost parents, prompting Miss Hannigan to concoct a scheme intended to get her hands on Annie and Warbucks' cash. Featuring Patricia Hurley (Mary Poppins), Kevin McAllister (Ford's Theatre's Ragtime), Rachel Zampelli (Evita), and Wilson Jermaine Heredia (Rent - Tony Award® Winner).




CAST


Ella Coulson
(July)

Sofia A. Cruz
(Duffy)

Avery Daniel
(Kate)

Kenneth Derby
(Ensemble)

Christie Farrell
(Female Swing)

Katharine Ford
(Jane)

Jay Frisby
(Ensemble)

Kylee Hope Geraci
(Molly)

Wilson Jermaine Heredia
(Rooster Hannigan)

Patricia Hurley
(Grace Farrell)

Audrey Kilgore
(Jane)

Anaïs Killian
(Pepper)

Ashleigh King
(Ensemble)

Karl Kippola
(Ensemble)

Julia Lancione
(Ensemble)

Emily Madden
(Ensemble)

Kevin McAllister
(Oliver Warbucks)

Olivia McMahon
(Molly)

Rob McQuay
(Ensemble)

Alan Naylor
(Ensemble)

Nurney
(Ensemble)

RJ Pavel
(Male Swing)

Dulcie Pham
(July)

Vivian Poe
(Annie - select
performances)

Noelle Robinson
(Annie)

Emily Scholl
(Tessie)

Sissy Sheridan
(Pepper)

Dani Stoller
(Lily St. Regis)

Simone Straub-Clark
(Duffy)

Simone Warren
(Tessie)

Brooke Webster
(Kate)

Rachel Zampelli
(Miss Hannigan)

Petey
(Sandy)

   

 

 

PRINCIPAL PRODUCTION SPONSOR

Eugene B. Casey Foundation


PRODUCTION SPONSORS

Edelman Financial Services
David and Phyllis Bottegal

 

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