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Author:  bell [ Sun Dec 18, 2005 4:15 pm ]
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how can i make our director do annie? we were supposed to do it but people were complaining about it so they probally wont do it! everyone was telling me i'd be perfect for annie!

Author:  flying_pigs [ Mon Dec 19, 2005 10:38 am ]
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Author:  what_the_heck013 [ Tue Dec 20, 2005 10:01 pm ]
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I hate to say this, but Annie isn't really that great of a show. Also: the end take place at Christmas. Perhaps the directors want to wait until late Fall/Winter to do the show. How old are you? I believe Annie is specifically supposed to be eleven years old, but the actress playing Annie can be as old as thirteen or fourteen so (If you ARE eleven) you still have a few years.

Author:  flying_pigs [ Thu Dec 22, 2005 12:07 pm ]
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If she's 11 technically she shouldn't be on this forum as you hav to be over 13, but hey, I guess that hasn't stopped some people!

Author:  bell [ Thu Dec 22, 2005 2:45 pm ]
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actaully,i'm 13 and i'll be 14 soon,but im super dooper tiny. My 10 year old sis is bigger than me. I dont even weigh 100 pounds,and im like 4'10ish.So actually i'm over 13! :D

Author:  what_the_heck013 [ Thu Dec 22, 2005 3:20 pm ]
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Wow, you're small. I guess you could play Annie. It really does depend on size. As long as you look young. But I really hate the show.

Author:  RainbowJude [ Sun Oct 23, 2011 10:05 am ]
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what_the_heck013 wrote:
Annie isn't really that great of a show.

But it's great fun to do, especially in the chorus (just because you're so busy all the time) and - I'd imagine - if you are a kid, as the OP was in this case.

what_the_heck013 wrote:
Also: the end take place at Christmas. Perhaps the directors want to wait until late Fall/Winter to do the show.

The production of Annie I was in was in May and the other 4 productions of Annie I've seen have taken place at just about any time other than Christmas (April / June / September / October). I wonder if the setting really makes much of a difference to companies considering the show as a potential production.

Author:  Patch [ Wed Nov 23, 2011 9:34 am ]
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I honestly don't think the ending of the show taking place at Christmas really qualifies it as a "holiday show". I've always wondered why it was written that way to begin with. Having it at the holidays doesn't really do much to further the story nor does it give the happy ending any more credence.

I've always assumed they had written the "New Deal for Christmas" song before writing the script and just made the script fit the song. It wouldn't be the first time such a thing happened.

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