Sunday, June 3, 2018

ANNIE THE MUSICAL, Award Winning Adult Troupe

Bet Your Bottom Dollar You’ll Love It!
With its Tony award winning book and score, including the unforgettable Maybe, Easy Street, It’s A Hard-Knock Life and Tomorrow - ANNIE is one of the most beloved musicals in history. 
Set in 1930’s New York during the Great Depression, brave young Annie is forced to live a life of misery at Miss Hannigan’s orphanage. Her luck soon changes when she’s chosen to spend a fairy-tale Christmas with billionaire Oliver Warbucks. Meanwhile, spiteful Miss Hannigan hatches a plan to spoil Annie’s search for her true family…
Will the sun come out for this winsome, firecracker orphan and her band of spunky sidekicks? Join us for the perfect family-friendly musical!

Broadway Production Directed by MARTIN CHARNIN
Based on "Little Orphan Annie"® By Permission of Tribune Content Agency, LLC

Choreographer JENNIFER JONAS
Musical Direction by GEORGE H. CROOM
Co-Producer RENE O'NEAL 
Directed & Produced by CAGLE McDONALD

March 9 at 7pm

March 10 at 2pm
March 14 at 10am School Show
March 16 at 1pm & 7pm
March 17 at 2pm


10% discount for 15+ tickets
A limited number of FREE tickets are available to POLICE, FIRE and EMS personnel with presentation of departmental ID. Contact box office 914-591-6602    

Special School Show, ANNIE
Thursday March 14, 2019 at 10AM, Tickets only $12 An Educational Opportunity for Your Students in Accordance with
New York State Learning Standards in the Arts and English Language
 AGreat for all Elementary & Middle School StudentsLIMITED SEATING
P by October 1, 2018 to
ANNIE Auditions
Irvington Town Hall Theater, 85 Main Street Irv, NY.All Ethnicities are encouraged to attend.
The role of MISS HANNIGAN is cast. 

Dec 10, 6pm ORPHANS
Dec 11, 7pm ADULTS
Everyone will be seen in the order that they sign in. No appointments.
Dec 13 Callback
Callback list will be posted at clocktowerplayers/blog by Wed Dec 12, 6pm.

* Please provide a resume and a photo (above the shoulders in high res). A professional headshot is not required.
* Prepare 
16 Bars of a standard musical theater song in the same genre of Annie. You may sing a song from the show exceptfor "Tomorrow ".
* Bring sheet music in the key you are singing for the accompanist. We will not transpose without music
* Children – Bring appropriate shoes and attire in case you are asked to stay for the dance audition on December 10.
* Adults will not dance until the callback.   
This is a not-for-profit community theater, non-equity production. Performers are not paid. 
Rehearsal & Locations
Nonunion rehearsals begin JANUARY 6. Location tbd.
Mon –Friday 7:00-10pm and Sunday's for 4-hour blocks sometime between 12 and 9:00pm. Conflicts must be submitted at auditions.  They will be taken into consideration when casting.  When the show is cast, the FINAL schedule will be set taking into account only the conflicts given. We are prepared to re-cast the show should an actor be late or absent from scheduled rehearsals. 

The full cast is required to attend all rehearsals the last two weeks. 

Rehearsal are held at Irvington Town Hall Theater, Main Street School, Dows Lane School, Irvington Presbyterian Church, Home of George Croom in Mt Vernon. All accessible by train. 

Production Dates Performances at Irvington Town Hall Theater, 85 Main Street Irv, NY.
Saturday March 9 at 7pm
Sunday March 10 at 2pm
Thurs March 14 at 10:00 am (school show)
Saturday March 16 at 1pm & 7pm
Sunday March 17 at 2pm
Creative Team
Choreographer Jennifer Jonas
Musical Director George Croom
Co-Producer Rene O’Neal
Director/Producer Cagle McDonald

The Role of Miss Hannigan is Cast.
Annie 11, orphan: belter, mezzo (A- high F)
Oliver Warbucks, 50 - 60, Warm-hearted, stiff-collared billionaire: baritone (C-high F)
Grace Farrell, 30's, beautiful secretary to Warbucks: soprano (A-high G)
Rooster Hannigan, Miss Hannigan's no-good brother, Baritone (B-high G)Lily, Rooster's floozy girlfriend: soprano (D- high G) FDR, the President: baritone (C flat - E sharp) Drake, Warbucks' English butler: baritoneMolly, littlest orphan, 6 Pepper, the toughest orphan, 12 Kate, the next to littlest orphan, 7 Duffy, the biggest orphan, 13 Tessie, the cry baby orphan, 10 July, the quietest, 13Bundles McCloskey, the laundryman Dog Catchers Lt Ward - NYC policeman Mrs. Pugh, Oliver Warbucks' cook Cecille and Annette, French maids Star To Be - ingenue aspiring actress Bert Healy - radio personality Radio Singers Bonnie, Connie and Ronnie Boylan 
Chorus: New Yorkers, Hoovervilles, Servants

Great for all Elementary & Middle School

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