Annie: Emery Jane Allen


Oliver Warbucks: Ric McFadden


Grace Farrell: Lisa McCoy


Aggie Hannigan: Shelly McFadden


Rooster: Andrew Ranck


Lily St. Regis: Meghan Armitage


Lt. Ward//Franklin Roosevelt: Jack Randall Earles


Drake + Ensemble Roles: Chris Wurster


Bert Healy: Dustin Bond


Harold Ickes +Ensemble Roles: Scott Armitage


Bundles + Ensemble Roles: Jay Prewitt


Cordell Hull +Ensemble Roles: Gaven Bingham


Mrs. Pugh + Ensemble Roles: Julie Collenbaugh


Mrs. Greer + Ensemble Roles: Sarah Ryan


Annette + Ensemble Roles: Robin Schneider


Sophie + Ensemble Roles: Ruthie Mann


Star to Be +Ensemble Roles: Michaela Semak


Star to Be + Ensemble Roles: Paige Kaiser


Frances Perkins + Ensemble Roles: Amanda Henry


Wacky + Ensemble Roles: Devin Huff


Maid + Ensemble Roles: Dianna Baysinger


Maid + Ensemble Roles: Aubree Whicker


Eddie + Ensemble Roles: Alex Foster


Newsie & Page Boy: Bryson Worman




Molly: Charlie Hall


Kate: Abby Foster


Tessie: Sadie Henry


Pepper: Bailey Boggess


July: Ellie Henry


Duffy: Sophie Shelton





Noelle: Jocelyn Gardner


Margaret: Eleanor Knuth


Arrington: Chloe Gardner


Danielle: Hallie Homler


Bailey: Katherine Kempf


Helen: Catherine Ryan-Shager


Nicole: Lillian Welch


Faye: Penny Cummings


Sally: Elyse Ensley


Anne: Angel Rasner


Ruby: Lara Schneider


Diana: Sawyer Case










Little Orphan Annie is taken from her orphanage, and the

clutches of evil Miss Hannigan, to stay at billionaire Oliver


Warbuck’s mansion for the holidays. When Annie wins the


hearts of Warbucks and his staff, they set out on an epic


mission to find Annie’s parents. Meanwhile, Miss


Hannigan, in partnership with her brother Rooster and his


girlfriend Lily, attempt to make some money out of this


unique situation. The stories become intertwined as the


lovable Annie’s story hits the national spotlight.



Read more about the show HERE.


Annie originally opened on Broadway


on April 21, 1977. It closed on January


2, 1983, after 2,377 performances.


It was nominated for ten Tony Awards


and won nine including Best Musical,


Best Book, and Best Score.