Annie Audition Page

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 Little orphan Annie charms everyone's hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. She is determined to find the parents who abandoned her on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage that is run by the cruel, Miss Hannigan.  With the help of the other girls in the orphanage, Annie escapes to the wondrous world of NYC. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan's evil conspiracies, adopts a lovable mutt named Sandy, befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and finds a new home and family with billionaire, Oliver Warbucks.

Auditions will be held: April 10th and 11th

Registration begins at 3:30pm, auditions generally begin at 4:15pm.

Performances are June 15th - July 1st

Calendars with specific dates and times will be available to view at auditions.

Please make sure to have a prepared song. We will have an pianist available as well as a boom box that can play CDs, as well as anything requiring an AUX cord.

Please make sure to bring a head shot and resume along with your audition form that you can download and fill out HERE.

Cast of Characters:

Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks Billionaire businessman who opens his home – and finally opens his heart – to Annie.
Annie The title character. The spunky and optimistic 11 year old orphan who's looking for her birth parents. She ends up getting adopted by Oliver Warbucks.
Grace Farrell Oliver Warbucks' faithful secretary, who loves Annie from the start.
Daniel "Rooster" Hannigan Miss Hannigan's younger brother, a convict who escaped jail so he can rob his sister and plot to kidnap Annie.
Miss Agatha Hannigan The orphanage matron, disillusioned, she hates children, but is fond of alcoholic beverages.
Drake The butler at the Warbucks Mansion; a good friend to Grace, Annie and Daddy Warbucks.
Lily St. Regis Rooster's girlfriend, an egotistical gold digger. She and Rooster pose as Annie's "parents" so they can fool Warbucks and get their hands on the $50,000 reward.
Franklin D. Roosevelt President of the United States, he aids Daddy Warbucks in the search for Annie's parents. Upon meeting Annie, he is inspired to make a new deal and restore America's economy.
Molly The youngest orphan (6) who is also Annie's best friend.
Pepper The bossiest orphan (12) who likes to take control and is not very good friends with Annie.
Duffy The oldest orphan (13) who often hangs around with Pepper but is friends with everyone.
July The quietest orphan (13) who doesn't talk much but is mother-like to all the kids.
Tessie The crybaby orphan (10) who is known for the line "Oh my goodness".
Kate The shyest orphan (7) who never really speaks but is friends with everyone.
Louis Brandeis Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, he is called upon to assist in Annie's adoption.
Bert Healy Radio announcer who agrees to broadcast Annie's search for her parents.
The Boylan Sisters Singers on the Bert Healy Show who hope to be famous someday.
Fred McCracken and Wacky A ventriloquist and dummy, who are guests on Bery Healy's "Oxydent Hour of Smiles."
Lt. Ward A policeman sent after Annie, he finds her at the local homeless town (Hooverville).
Sandy An abandoned mixed–breed dog that, once Annie rescues him, becomes her companion and pet.
Bundles The laundry man. Miss Hannigan continuously hits on him, hut he is not interested.
Cordell Hull, Frances Perkins, Louis Howe, Harold Ickes, and Henry Morgenthau Jr. Franklin Roosevelt's Cabinet members who sing "Tomorrow" with Warbucks and Annie.
Star-To-Be An upcoming Broadway Star, who sings a solo in N.Y.C.
Mrs. Greer, Mrs. Pugh, Cecile, and Annette Oliver Warbucks's servants. They do a lot of housekeeping and are often supervised by Drake and Grace.
Dog Catcher and Assistant Dog Catcher Characters in Hooverville who endanger Sandy.
Sophie and the Apple Seller Child citizens of Hooverville who lead the town and the members of it.
Kaltenborn and Radio Announcers Announcers on the radio.
Usherette A female usher who seats Annie, Grace, and Warbucks in the movie theater.
Jimmy Johnson A guest on Bery Healy's "Oxydent Hour of Smiles," who calls himself "radio's only masked announcer."
SFX Man A member of Bert Healy's radio show, who controls the sound effects for the show and encourages crowd participation.
Men and Women of Hooverville Men and Women who are homeless and live in shanties in the town of Hooverville.