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More than 100 students at the Mount Hebron Middle School with the help of faculty members will bring the famed character from the newspaper comic strip pages to life in the school's annual spring musical production of "Annie Jr." "The show is truly
With the Academy Awards just a couple of weeks away, it's a good time to be Quvenzhane Wallis . The youngest actor to be nominated for a Best Actress Oscar has been making her away around the pre- Oscar bashments , and many of us are hoping that she'
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram Theatre Arlington seems to be trying to save you the price of an airline ticket with its current production of the inexplicably popular show Annie . That 1977 musical with curly red hair is enjoying a revival on
Stories In the Broadway musical Annie, the plucky red-headed orphan sings Maybe. She imagines what it would be like to have a home and parents of her own...Maybe and other songs in the show will strike a special chord for many in the audience at the
Audiences in Merced will be treated to classic sing-along hits like "Hard Knock Life," "Tomorrow" and "Easy Street" when the beloved musical "Annie" opens at Playhouse Merced's mainstage Nov. 23. "You have the positive spirit of a little girl named
I don't just mean the fact that this revival of the smash hit musical features a new president with a New Deal and a New York City on the skids but ready to bounce back with optimism and determination...But the even smarter timing is that it's
Annie Jr. will be presented on Friday, November 9 at 7pm and Saturday, November 10 at 11am at Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center, 150 E...The production will be performed by two of Palatine Park District's acting programs: Acting Up and Class Act.
Handout/AP I've never been a big fan of Annie the musical. The score is great, I guess, in that it sticks to your brain like egg to a pan and the story zips along nicely enough. But the kid is so winsome she makes your teeth hurt; it goes on forever;
Annie is storming back onto Broadway, and if history is any guide, the Depression-era rags-to-riches tale of a girl and her dog will make as much money, and as quickly, as did its lucky heroine: the original ran for a staggering 2,377 performances,
If you answered noise, well then congratulations Daddy Warbucks because according to this nifty new art map by Dietmar Offenhuber , based off of two years of the cities 311 complaints, you either live in Manhattan or are making headway into the fancy