Casey Hushion directs a cast that also includes Robert Newman as Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks and English Bernhardt in the title role with Christy Morton (Grace Farrell), Eric Michael Gillett (Franklin Delano Roosevelt), Joey Calveri (Rooster), Dana Zilman Harshaw (Lily St. Regis), Tim Caudle (Lt. Ward/Morgenthau), Andrew Chappelle (Dog Catcher), Allison Cochrane (Orphan), Grace DeLoache (Orphan), Mikey the Dog (Sandy), Mary Kate Englehardt (Molly), Jennifer Frankel (Ronnie Boylan), Katherine Fritsch (July), Terri Gervais (Mrs. Pugh), Laurel Harris (Connie Boylan/Star to Be), Kelsey Healey (Tessie), Avery Hoerdeman (Orphan), Brian Michael Hoffman (Bundles/Ickes/SFX Man), Hannah Hoskins (Orphan), Mary Callan Kelso (Orphan), Heather King Patterson (Sophie/Perkins), Hayley Lundberg (Orphan), Eric Mann (Fred McCracken), Brian Norris (Bert Healy), Payton Price (Duffy), Alexa Robertson (Kate), Jennifer Swiderski (Bonnie Boylan), Tom Treadwell (Drake), Alexis von Venrooy (Orphan), Cady von Venrooy (Orphan), Kelsey Walston (Pepper) and Matthew-Jason Willis (Howe).
The ensemble comprises Katherine Anderson, Kate Blaine, Tim Caudle, Andrew Chappelle, Molly Deans, Jennifer Frankel, Terri Gervcais, Elgin Giles, Laurel Harris, Brian Michael Hoffman, Heather Patterson King, Eric Mann, Jeremy Mills, Brian Norris, Adrienne C. Perry, Jennifer Swiderski, Tom Treadwell and Matthew-Jason Willis.
Here's a look at the production:
Annie, with Andrea McArdle, at North Carolina Theatre
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