Annie

Annie

July 21 through August 6, 2017, Fridays & Saturdays at 8 pm, Sundays at 3 pm

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$17 for adults,
$14 for seniors (60+) and teachers,
$12 for students.
All prices include sales tax.

Tickets available starting June 26!

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Auditions: Saturday, May 27, 9 am - noon & 2 pm - 5 pm;
Sunday, May 28, 2 pm - 5 pm (includes call-backs)

Book by Thomas Meehan, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Martin Charnin
Directed by Steffanie Vaughan
Music Director: Rick Hendricks
Choreographer: John C. Wilson
Stage Manager: Becky Burke

Leapin' lizards! The popular comic strip heroine takes center stage in one of the world's best-loved musicals.

Annie is spunky Depression-era orphan who is taken from her New York City Orphanage, run by the cruel and embittered Miss Hannigan, to stay at the mansion of billionaire Oliver Warbucks for the holidays. When Annie wins the hearts of Warbucks and his staff, they set out on an epic mission to find Annie’s parents. Meanwhile, Miss Hannigan, in partnership with her brother Rooster and his girlfriend Lily, attempt to make some money out of this unique situation. The stories become intertwined as the lovable Annie’s story hits the national spotlight.

In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations, befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and finds a new family and home.

Featuring such unforgettable songs as "It’s the Hard Knock Life"  and "Tomorrow," this family-friendly 1977 Tony Award winner for Best Musical is based on Harold Gray's popular comic strip "Little Orphan Annie," by permission of the Tribune Content Agency, LLC, and presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International.

ROLES:

Annie - The title character, a spunky and optimistic orphan who's looking for her birth parents

Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks - Billionaire businessman who opens his home - and eventually his heart - to Annie

Grace Farrell - Oliver Warbucks' faithful secretary, who loves Annie from the start.

Miss Agatha Hannigan - The orphanage matron, disillusioned,  hates children but is fond of alcoholic beverages.

Daniel "Rooster" Hannigan - Miss Hannigan's younger brother, a convict who has escaped from jail

Lily St. Regis - Rooster's girlfriend, a gold digger

Franklin D. Roosevelt - President of the United States, he aids Daddy Warbucks in the search for Annie's parents.

Molly - The youngest orphan, Annie's best friend

Pepper - The bossiest orphan, likes to take control and is not very good friends with Annie

Duffy - The oldest orphan, often hangs around with Pepper but is friends with everyone.

July - The quietest orphan, doesn't talk much but is mother-like to all the kids.

Tessie - The crybaby orphan, known for the line "Oh my goodness"

Kate - The shyest orphanm never really speaks but is friends with everyone.

Louis Brandeis - Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

Bert Healy - Radio announcer who agrees to broadcast Annie's search for her parents

The Boylan Sisters - Singers on the Bert Healy Show who hope to be famous someday

Drake - The butler at the Warbucks Mansion

Lt. Ward - A policeman sent after Annie, who finds her at the local homeless town (Hooverville)

Sandy - An abandoned mixed-breed dog that, once Annie rescues him, becomes her faithful companion

Harold Ickes - Cabinet Member who sings "Tomorrow" with Annie and Daddy Warbucks

 

Directions

Stained Glass Playhouse
4401 Indiana Avenue
Winston-Salem, NC 27105
(in the old sanctuary of
Marvin United Methodist Church)