“Annie” at St. Anne Stages

Music by Charles Strouse
Lyrics by Martin Charnin
Book by Thomas Meehan

Annie's a peppy orphan whose life at the New York City Municipal Orphanage has grown intolerable, thanks to the gin-guzzling matron Miss Hannigan. Enter billionaire Oliver Warbucks, who has decided to invite a lucky orphan to his home for the Christmas holidays. Warbucks and Annie hit it off and he decides to offer a reward to whoever can find her parents. Miss Hannigan, who has inside information on Annie, concocts a wicked plan to collect the reward using her crooked brother and his dimwitted girlfriend as accomplices. But the scheme is foiled, Warbucks adopts Annie, and along the way, Annie meets a faithful dog and inspires FDR's New Deal.

Adults - $15 Seniors - $12 Children under 12 - $12

Performed by St. Anne Stages
At St. Anne’s Church Hall
Performances ran
Friday, November 7, 2003 thru Sunday, November 9, 2003
Directed by Christine Knitel
Choreography by Dawn Greene
Produced by Christine Knitel
Costume Design by Ginny Emaus
Musical Direction by Jan Sivertsen
Technical Direction by Eric Knitel
Publicity by Josephine Cronin
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Note: These recording are not of the productions list here, but of Broadway or Hollywood versions.