Hey hobo man! Hey Dapper Dan! As we live through tumultuous times, we all need reminders of joy in the world. One of the all-great joy enhancers in the theatre world is Martin Charnin and Charles Srouse’s 1977 blockbuster sensation, “Annie.” Nicole Ackman, Dan Bayer, Casey Lee Clark, Lauren LaMagna & I dive into nostalgia with recollections of our own relationships with the material and what the plucky curly-haired orphan means to us and our love of theatre.
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