The Sun'll Come Out . . . Tomorrow!
Everyone seemed sad to be letting go of Annie. The kids were very enthusiastic about their parts. In the green room, they couldn't help singing the songs at intermission and after the show. And we aren't just talking little girls here----We had high school kids and 7 year olds, and everything in between
Lots of people complimented me on J's performance of Rooster Hannigan---Miss Hannigan's brother, the one who tries to claim he is Annie's father and collect a $50,000 reward from Daddy Warbucks.
Here are my photos! remember---they have to be taken without a flash, and so far back, well, they're pretty blurry.
Our Annie, singing "Maybe."
Annie and Miss Hannigan
The girl who played Miss Hannigan was really impressive. :-)
Here are some Hoovervillians---the song: "We'd Like to Thank You Herbert Hoover"
J is in the background in his first appearance in the show.
Same song, different verse.
Miss Hannigan sings "Little Girls"
J was thinking of trying out for Miss Hannigan's role, but it was a no-go. ;-)
This song is really funny.
Someday, I'll land in the nuthouse, with all the nuts and the squirrels!
Annie gets to go to Mr. Warbucks's house. The staff welcomes her, and she thinks she's going to like it there.
This is the Star to Be---arrived in NYC with "3 bucks, 2 bags, and one me."
J sings "his song," Easy Street.
"Mother Dear, we know you're . . . down there listenin' "
The Boylyn Sisters
You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile
The orphans listen to the radio and sing.
J is behind the girl in the green dress. :-)