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Timeless story. Classic characters. Unforgettable songs.
A 35th Anniversary production officially opened on Broadway on November 8, 2012.
Nominated for Best Revival of Musical at the 67th Tony Awards.
A classic musical based on Harold Gray comic strip Little Orphan Annie.
The plucky redheaded orphan Annie and her scruffy dog Sandy make their way in Depression-era New York from a dismal orphanage to the lap of luxury for a week stay in the home of billionaire Warbucks as a part of a publicity campaign for Oliver Warbucks. However, Annie's stay turns out to be much more than anyone had bargained for as she works her way into everyone's hearts and learns a few things for herself.
The Tony Award-winning musical includes the songs "Tomorrow," "Easy Street,"Little Girls," "You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile" and "NYC."
Unlike most of the other children at the orphanage, Annie believes that her parents are still alive and will one day return to claim her. So when Mr. Warbucks offers to adopt her, she asks the most powerful man in America to help find her real mom and dad instead. And he agrees!
Warbucks' generous reward for Annie's parents attracts the attention of con artists Rooster, Lily and the wicked Miss Hannigan, who hatch a plot to kidnap Annie and take the $50,000 reward. Do not worry: This classic family musical has a happy ending for Annie, Daddy Warbucks and the whole gang.Buy discounted tickets
Annie is a big-time Broadway musical - lavish sets, striking choreography and terrific performances. This revival has a darker and more realistic tone, but the story is still pure joy. Directed by Tony winner James Lapine.
Set in New York City around Christmas 1933, the show mixes fictional characters like Annie and Warbucks with real-life historical figures like President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.Get tickets here
Annie is the perfect Broadway musical for the whole family. It features eight young actresses, an adorable dog and songs your child will sing for months to come. Miss Hannigan ( the orphanage keeper) is still drunk and Rooster is still a bad guy, but children will find the show funny and silly, while adults will enjoy the jokes on a different level.
Everyone goes home feeling good about the bonds of family.
1564 Broadway, Palace Theatre, New York City, NY 10036
Show Run Time:
Approximately two hours and 25 minutes, which includes a 15-minute intermission.