Annie musical tickets Hippodrome Theatre 1/2015

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“Annie” will be performed at Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore, MD numerous times during January 2015. Choose best time from the schedule, select preferred seats, get tickets in advance and enjoy great play!

Annie is a Broadway musical based upon the popular Harold Gray comic strip Little Orphan Annie, with music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Martin Charnin, and the book by Thomas Meehan. The musical’s songs “Tomorrow” and “Hard-Knock Life” are among its most popular musical numbers.

Act 1

It’s 1933 and eleven year old Annie is in the Municipal Girls Orphanage, in addition to Molly (age 6), Kate (age 7), Tessie (age 10), Pepper (age 12), July and Duffy (both 13). When Molly wakes up from a bad dream at 3 am, angering Pepper and Duffy. July then informs them to hush up and ultimately enters a battle with Pepper. Annie breaks the battle up and mentions to everyone to return to sleep. When her parents left her at the orphanage, Molly then asks if Annie might read her note from. Duffy and Pepper are yet once more frustrated. Together with Kate, Pepper and Duffy copy Annie’s’ acting as if they were her moms and dads. (“Maybe”).

Annie decides to run away to discover her parents, but is captured by Miss Hannigan, who is currently suffering from a hangover. While Miss Hannigan is flirting with him, Annie climbs into the laundry basket and the orphans cover her up with the blankets.

Annie successfully leaves, running into a friendly stray canine. As she comforts him, she tells him of better days yet to come. A police officer called Lt. Ward (who had been sent out by Miss Hannigan) captures Annie and brings her back.

Grace Farrell, assistant to the billionaire Oliver Warbucks, concerns the orphanage requesting for an orphan to come to his mansion for the Christmas holiday. Due to the fact that Annie was in Miss Hannigan’s office, Grace asks to take her, and Miss Hannigan reluctantly agrees. Once she has left, Miss Hannigan blows up with her hatred for all the girls in the orphanage (“Little Girls”).

Meanwhile, at the Warbucks Mansion, the personnel welcomes Annie with open arms (“I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here”). When Oliver Warbucks comes back however, he is extremely moody and not too pleased to have an orphan in his estate. He asks Grace to take Annie to a movie, however she persuades him to come. As he and Annie begin to like each other, they delight in a wonderful night in New York City (“N.Y.C.”).

Back at the orphanage, Miss Hannigan’s bro, Rooster, and his partner, Lily, pay a visit. She mentions that Annie is remaining at a billionaire’s home, and they think they might utilize this circumstance to their benefit, though they do not yet know how (“Easy Street”).

Warbucks sees the locket around Annie’s neck, and gets her a brand-new one from Tiffany & Co. He debates taking her “under his wing”, since he does not know much about children, however chooses he loves her and provides her the locket (“Why Should I Change A Thing?”). She ruptures into tears, saying it was the only thing left by her moms and dads, and declines to accept a new one. Grace and the staff then pledge to find her moms and dads no matter exactly what it takes (“You Won’t Be An Orphan For Long”).

Act 2

Annie appears on the radio on a show by Bert Healy (“Maybe” Reprise) where Warbucks announces that he is providing $50,000 to the couple who can show they are her parents. Molly reveals that Annie was on the radio, and that there is a $50,000 benefit for her parents. They ask for details about Annie from Miss Hannigan for one third of the cash, though she requires one half for this service, and tells them about the locket and the note.

When back home, Warbucks informs Annie how much he loves her (“Something Was Missing”). They decide to toss a Christmas party, and Annie wants to invite Miss Hannigan and the orphans. While preparing, the thrilled personnel inform of how her arrival has changed their lives (“Annie”).

Judge Louis Brandeis shows up to start the adoption procedures, however is disrupted by Mr. and Mrs. Mudge (Rooster and Lily in disguise) who pertain to choose up Annie. Grace and Warbucks are stunned, since they find out about the locket and the note. Still, Warbucks does not believe they are her real moms and dads. He requests that she will certainly be allowed to remain another night for the Christmas party, and then be removed to their expected pig farm in New Jersey. Early that morning, she wants she might have been adopted, and not sent with her “parents” (“Maybe” (Reprise)). Warbucks then gets a surprise check out from Roosevelt and his Secret Service. It is disclosed by him that Annie’s moms and dads are really David and Margaret Bennett, who died when she was a baby. They then realize that Mr. and Mrs. Mudge are actually Rooster and Lily, just as they appear to assert her and the money. They, along with Miss Hannigan, are detained by the Secret Service, and everybody is delighted by Roosevelt’s brand-new deal for the economy (“New Deal for Christmas”).

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