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TENTATIVE NEW PERFORMANCE DATES:  MAY 22-24

Based on the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, Annie has become a worldwide phenomenon and was the winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The beloved book and score by Tony Award winners, Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, features some of the greatest musical theatre hits ever written, including "Tomorrow."

With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone's hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. She is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage that is run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. With the help of the other girls in the Orphanage, Annie escapes to the wondrous world of NYC. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations... and even befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt! She finds a new home and family in billionaire, Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.

 

Dates / Times:

Tickets go on sale Thursday April 30, 2020 at 12:00am

Ticket Prices:


The Crighton Theatre:

234 N Main Street, Conroe, TX 77301


Show Notes:

ANNIE Family, 

Please check the callboard for important show information! 

We miss all of your smiling faces and look forward to seeing you again SOON! We are praying for all of you.

 


Characters:

ANNIE

  • Ellie Yarbrough
Annie is a tough streetwise kid who is vulnerable when she thinks she might lose what has become most important to her: a newfound “family” who loves her. Throughout the show she shows independent, needy, maternal, and hopeful qualities. Although she is at times aggressive or crafty, there is no doubt that Annie is a friendly and caring child. Vocal Range: Mezzo-Soprano (A3-F5)

WARBUCKS

  • Travis Driver
A powerful, self-assured billionaire who always has his mind on business. While sometime gruff and abrupt he has a kind heart. At first he is awkwardly affectionate toward Annie, but he soon finds himself completely charmed by her. Vocal Range: Baritone (C3-F4)

MISS HANNIGAN

  • Nicole Campos
Miss Hannigan is orphanage matron. Her distaste for her job and the children is obvious in every move she makes and every line she delivers. She is predictable and funny, in her ridiculous, cruel ways. Looking for an actress who can act with her whole body! Vocal Range: Alto

GRACE FARRELL

  • Maddie Reid
She is the loyal private secretary to Oliver Warbucks. Grace is mature, calm, and classy. She is businesslike when dealing with Miss Hannigan, yet maternal toward Annie. Vocal Range: Soprano

ROOSTER

  • Will Stevenson
Miss Hannigan's despicable brother. Rooster is flashy and self-assured. His “moves” are as smooth as a gambler’s: sly, and deceiving. The actor playing this role should bring a sense of fun to the character and have a good sense of comic timing. Vocal Range: Tenor (B2-G4)

LILLY

  • Hope Osborn
Lily is Rooster’s airhead girlfriend. She is always distracted, although she manages to pick up on any conversation involving money. Like Rooster, the actress playing this role should bring a sense of fun to the character and have a good sense of comic timing. Vocal Range: Soprano

Orphan- MOLLY

  • Audrey Spjut
The littlest orphan.

Orphan- PEPPER

  • Audrey Jennings
The toughest girl in the orphanage.

Orphan- DUFFY

  • Caroline Niles
The oldest girl in the orphanage.

Orphan- KATE

  • Addie Jae Desel
The next to littlest orphan.

Orphan- TESSIE

  • Samantha Kerne
The crybaby in the orphanage.

Orphan- JULY

  • Molly Scott
The quietest orphan.

ORPHANS

  • Alexis Campos
  • Brianna Campos
  • Emerson LeBlanc
  • Emma Jackson
  • Grace White
  • Jayda Hallford
  • Jenna Berry
  • Jessy Hallford
  • Joy Anderson
  • Joy Denn
  • Kailey O'Connor
  • Kaitlynn Reiney
  • Kara Reiney
  • Mary Katherine Moore
  • Mia Curry
  • Mia Hunking
  • Solana Prestidge
  • Sophia Maguire

ORPHANS - Advanced Dancers

  • Addie Jae Desel
  • Audrey Jennings
  • Audrey Spjut
  • Caroline Niles
  • Elise Driver
  • Elise Lindberg
  • Ella Reed
  • Ellie Yarbrough
  • Kate Kronenberger
  • Lori Whatley
  • Molly Scott
  • Samantha Kerne

Servant- DRAKE

  • Sean Ramsower
The English butler.

Servant- MRS. GREER

  • Alexandria Sooley
The head housekeeper.

Servant- MRS. PUGH

  • Morgan Kogut
The chef.

Servant- CECILLE

  • Emma Murff
A French maid.

Servant- ANNETTE

  • Mary Hoke
A French maid.

SERVANT ENSEMBLE

  • Charlie Feathers
  • Ellie Fiala
  • Hallie Kogut
  • James Hoke
  • Lyric Morgan
  • Mallory Hunking
  • Maya Woods
  • Rayleigh Lord
  • Rita Carias
  • Sarah Hoke
  • Scarlett Maguire
Oliver Warbucks’ domestic staff. Their presence, posture, and speech is proper and refined. Their heads are always held high, with pleasant, yet guarded emotions. They sing in "I Think I’m Gonna Like it Here"," You Won't Be An Orphan for Long", "I Don't Need Anything But You", "New Deal For Christmas" and "Tomorrow Bows".

BERT HEALY

  • Evelyn Bailey
The ultimate radio personality. He helps Annie by broadcasting about the search for her birth parents. Vocal Range: Tenor

THE BOYLAN SISTERS - CONNIE

  • Avery Desel
Stars of NBC Radio Show Vocal Range: (Soprano / Alto / Mezzo)

THE BOYLAN SISTERS - RONNIE

  • Lynzie Van Fleet

THE BOYLAN SISTERS - BONNIE

  • Ellie Fiala

FRED McCRACKEN and WACKY

  • Jake Bigler
Personalities on the Bert Healy show.

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT

  • James Hoke
President of the United States and author of The New Deal. Vocal Range: Baritone

Cabinet Member- ICKES

  • Sadie Shanks
Member of FDR's Cabinet

Cabinet Member- PERKINS

  • Morgan Yovanovich
Member of FDR's Cabinet

Cabinet Member- HULL

  • Jake Bigler
Member of FDR's Cabinet

Cabinet Member- MORGENTHAU

  • Charlie Feathers
Member of FDR's Cabinet

Cabinet Member- HOWE

  • Sean Ramsower
Member of FDR's Cabinet

Cabinet Member- SECRETARY

  • Lynzie Van Fleet

HOOVERVILLE - FEATURED ROLES

  • Abby Pauls
  • Abby Veach
  • Emma Erwin
  • Harper Bauserman
  • Jake Bigler
  • Mariah White
  • Mary Hoke
  • Morgan Yovanovich
  • Sadie Shanks
Appleseller, Eddie, Sophie and several others referred to in the script as Man 1-4 and Woman 1-4.

HOOVERVILLE FOLKS

  • Alexandria Sooley
  • Avery Desel
  • Evelyn Bailey
  • Hope Osborn
  • Lynzie Van Fleet
  • Maya Woods
  • Mia Puente
  • Morgan Kogut
  • Sean Ramsower
  • Will Stevenson
  • Zoe Kogut
These are all homeless & jobless people who live in shanty towns.

BUNDLES McCLOSKEY

  • Charlie Feathers
The laundryman who serves the orphanage. He has an innocent, flirtatious relationship with Miss Hannigan.

LT. WARD

  • Rita Carias
A policeman who returns Annie to Miss Hannigan after she escapes from the orphanage.

DOG CATCHER

  • James Hoke
A person who captures stray dogs on the streets of New York.

USHERETTE - "NYC"

  • Hallie Kogut
One line during "NYC".

STAR-TO-BE - "NYC"

  • Maya Woods
A new-coming star who has just arrived in NYC to perform on Broadway (featured in song "NYC"). Vocal Range: Mezzo-Soprano (Belt)

NEW YORK CITY ENSEMBLE/ CHORUS

  • Abby Pauls
  • Abby Veach
  • Alexandria Sooley
  • Avery Desel
  • Charlie Feathers
  • Ellie Fiala
  • Emma Erwin
  • Emma Murff
  • Evelyn Bailey
  • Hallie Kogut
  • Harper Bauserman
  • Jake Bigler
  • James Hoke
  • Lynzie Van Fleet
  • Lyric Morgan
  • Mallory Hunking
  • Mariah White
  • Mary Hoke
  • Maya Woods
  • Mia Puente
  • Morgan Kogut
  • Morgan Yovanovich
  • Rayleigh Lord
  • Rita Carias
  • Sadie Shanks
  • Sarah Hoke
  • Scarlett Maguire
  • Sean Ramsower
  • Zoe Kogut
This chorus consists of several scenes that take place throughout New York City.

ORPHAN'S DANCE CAPTAIN

  • Audrey Jennings