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When: Fri., April 6, Sat., April 7, Thu., April 12, Fri., April 13 and Sat., April 14 2012
Price: $25/adults, $22.50/seniors, $20/18 and under

If you never saw Annie as a kid, it’s safe to say you were a deprived child. A family favorite across America, the musical stole hearts of all ages, but most of us have only seen a television or film version. You’ll get your chance to see Annie live when Streamline Productions, a new theatrical company in Mt. Pleasant, presents the musical at Charleston Music Hall. Richard Futch, casting director for Lifetime’s Army Wives, will be directing 50-some local performers in the rendition of this acclaimed Broadway show. This will be an exciting flashback for Futch who, 20 years ago, directed Charleston Theatreworks’ production of Annie at the Dock Street Theatre. Eleven-year-old Caroline Hamrick will make her Charleston debut as Annie, the spunky, lovable orphan determined to find her parents. Bradley Keith, who has worked with Futch in the past, will take on the role of billionaire Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks. Probably most exciting, though, is the 6-year-old labradoodle assuming the role of Sandy, Annie’s lovable mutt and loyal companion. “This is a classic musical that offers refreshing entertainment to audiences of all ages,” Futch says. “And despite the play being set during the Great Depression, it’s filled with optimism — and the music is wonderfully infectious.”

— Lacey Young
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