Best enjoyed by All Ages
A Message about COVID-19 to our Patrons
All of us at CTC hope you and your family are staying healthy and safe during this time. Due to CDC guidelines, we have decided to postpone the production of Annie and are exploring options for bringing it to the stage as soon as we can. We encourage current ticketholders to leave their tickets as-is until new dates are announced.
In addition, we are canceling our Theatre Arts Training spring classes and in-person summer camps. If your child is registered for a class or in-person camp, our education team will be in touch soon to discuss options.
It’s a goose-bump-inducing, gorgeous production that fills the stage and the hearts of everyone who watches it. Times are tough, spirits are low, and the world is in dire need of hope. Enter, stage left: a delightful underdog—a cute, yet mischievously feisty little girl. She takes on the world and, with an equal share of moxie and music, unlocks hearts and changes lives through kindness, love, and spirit.
Book by Thomas Meehan
Music by Charles Strouse
Lyrics by Martin Charnin
Original Broadway Production Directed by Martin Charnin
Based on “Little Orphan Annie”®
By Permission of Tribune Content Agency, LLC
Directed by Peter Rothstein
Choreography by Kelli Foster Warder
Music Direction by Victor Zupanc
2 hours with one 20-minute intermission
Best enjoyed by
UnitedHealth Group Stage
Available for children 3 years and younger
Things to Know About the Show
- This musical is based on the comic strip Little Orphan Annie and has won seven Tony Awards®, including Best Musical.
- A major plot point involves two adult characters, Rooster and Miss Hannigan, kidnapping Annie. This may be frightening for very young children.
- Need a refresher on the story? Check out the film versions from 1982 and 2014!
Audience Resource Guide
Articles, conversation starters, and activities for both before and after you see the show!
Plan Your Visit
Children’s Theatre Company is proud to offer information, tips, advice and handy guides so that our patrons’ theatre experiences are as rich, pleasant and convenient as possible. Whether you have been coming to CTC for generations or are a first time audience member, you’ll find everything you need to plan a memorable outing with us.
A Message from the Artistic Director
Learn more about Annie from Peter C. Brosius, CTC Artistic Director, as he sits down to talk about the show.
Cast & Creative Team