While part of the fun of theater is experiencing an unknown story with new characters and songs, sometimes you just want to be comfortable enough to sing along. The Orpheum’s latest production, “Annie,” gives audiences that perfect level of comfort.
A woman with ties to Minnesota is missing in Colorado. The last time anyone heard from 51-year-old LeAnn “Annie” Meyer, of St. Peter, Minn., was two weeks ago, back on February 23.
The Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis has extended the run of the popular musical “Annie” by an extra week — so you’ll still have time to see it “Tomorrow.”
The Children’s Theatre Company’s production of the classic rags-to-riches musical, “Annie” is a classic that will have you smiling ear-to-ear and falling in love with the many characters played by just a few actors.
Between their dress rehearsals and final preparations, “Daddy Warbucks” and “Annie” took a few moments out of their busy schedule to share a few tidbits on what the highly anticipated Children’s Theatre Company debut of “Annie” has in store.