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NC Theatre’s Production Proves Annie’s Still Got It!

Everyone’s favorite pint-sized redhead is back on stage in NC Theatre’s production of Annie. This beloved musical is brought to life beautifully through Eric Woodall’s skilled direction, awesome lighting effects, amazing painted backdrops, and a charismatic cast that makes the joy and hope imbued in the story come bubbling to the surface. The show opens,… Read More ›

NCT’s Annie Is Relevant, Nostalgic, Strong, Colorful, and Downright Entertaining!

Guaranteed to give you an instant earworm, Annie features some of the most recognized Broadway tunes in the history of musicals. Who hasn’t heard Annie’s signature solo, “Tomorrow“; and how many of you can sing at least a couple of lines from “It’s a Hard-Knock Life“? A musical this well-known is usually a bit tired… Read More ›

NCT’s Rendition of Annie Is Delightful, a Broadway-Worthy Production

Tuesday, July 23rd, may have been a dark and stormy night; but there were only sunny faces inside the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium for the inaugural performance of the North Carolina Theatre‘s production of Annie. A sea of bright-eyed young children and equally eager adults crowded the halls for opening night of the much-beloved musical Annie,… Read More ›

Harnett Regional Theatre Offers Up a Charming Version of Annie

Everyone knows the story of Annie, the optimistic orphan who finds a home all her own, as told by Thomas Meehan. However, Harnett Regional Theatre has breathed new and charming life into this well-loved tale under the fanciful direction of Leanne Bernard and Rachel Strickland. For those few not familiar with the story, it takes… Read More ›

“Annie” Is Christmas Magic

Who could possibly resist a story that involves New York City, a cute dog, and a little red-headed orphan with big dreams? That magical formula is what has made “Annie” so beloved since it first hit the stage in 1977. Even though the story, set in 1933, is a little old-fashioned, it still resonates with… Read More ›