July 27, 2010 by Post Team
Andrea Mcardle, Andrea McArdle, earning a Tony nomination for creating the title role in the Broadway musical Annie, graduates who are part of the evil Miss Hannigan in early July 24 at the North Carolina Theatre.
Performances are scheduled to get through the first August at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium next to the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Raleigh.
Casey Hushion directs a cast that also 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 (Hahn), 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 / be), Kelsey Healey (Tessie), Avery Hoerdeman (orphan), Brian Michael Hoffman (Bundles / Ickes / Man SFX ), Hannah Hoskins (Orphan), Mary Callan Kelso (Orphan), Heather Patterson King (Sophie / Perkins), Hayley Lundberg (Orphan), Eric Mann (Fred McCracken), Brian Norris (Healy Bert), Payton Price (Duffy) Alexa Robertson (Kate), Jennifer Swiderski (Bonnie Boylan), Tom Treadwell (Drake), Alexis of Venrooy (Orphan), Cady of Venrooy (Orphan), Kelsey Walston (pepper) and Matthew-Jason Willis (Howe).
The ensemble consists of Katherine Anderson, Kate Blaine, Tim Caudle, Andrew Chappelle, Molly Dean, 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.
Equipped with a book by Thomas Meehan, music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Martin Charnin’s Annie on the famous cartoon character that begins and ends an orphan, the daughter of a billionaire based. The original Broadway production was in April 1977 and one star from his first Annie Andrea McArdle, and won a Tony for his Miss Hannigan, the late Dorothy Loudon. The show also won the Tony Award for best musical. His guests are such classic tunes as “Tomorrow,” “Maybe,” “Little Girls”, “Easy Street” and “It’s the Hard Knock Life.”
Andrea McArdle made her Broadway debut in the original production of Annie in 1977, for which a Tony nomination for best actress in a musical. Her other credits include main trunk Les Misérables, Starlight Express, Beauty and the Beast and State Fair. McArdle Rose also played in a production of Gypsy at Texas’ Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre. Your screen movies like “Annie” and “Rainbow”.
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