See it if Too late. .not my kind of show but best version. Some nice tap numbers. good acting by Jim Madden as Warbucks and Heather Gault as Grace.
Don't see it if the orchestra overwhelmed the singers and then even the dialogues when no songs were needed
See it if you are okay with a mixed-talent cast in an off-off Broadway venue giving it their all in a decent production overall.
Don't see it if you are bothered by uneven performances, not the most comfortable venue or have trouble with stairs - lots of stairs.
“This production of ‘Annie’ is simply marvelous. Anchored by a strong cast, this classic story of the hard-knock orphan who miraculously becomes the adopted daughter of Oliver Warbucks, melted the hardest hearts while remaining accessible to the plethora of children in attendance. The audience couldn't help but be impressed by this touching tale of fortune favoring the luckless. Annie's positive attitude and outlook on life should be adopted by all (not just FDR and his senior cabinet.)”