“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.)” Full Review
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’re looking for fun, light-hearted entertainment for the family, or appreciate local theatre.
Don't see it if you don’t enjoy the local theatre vibe, and are looking for a super polished show.
See it if you're in the mood for a heartwarming, high-quality community theatre production of a classic musical with cute kids and a cute dog.
Don't see it if you find nonprofessional child actors of varying skill levels annoying. The physical space feels a bit like a spruced-up school gym.
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.
See it if you enjoy musicals with clever scripts lots of dancing, singing, and beautiful costumes.
Don't see it if you expect a full professional experience. This is folding chairs in a basement with parents of the cast. Still it is charming.
See it if you like the musical Annie. It's a charming way to pass an afternoon or evening. Might be good for kids, but not too young.
Don't see it if you don't like the musical Annie or young children playing children in a show.
See it if You want to support a wonderful theater company and see an enjoyable musical; this play is a great way to introduce children to the theater
Don't see it if You don't like musicals
See it if Another winning, lavish, big musical in the comfy charming Gallery Players Theater interests you. You'd like your jaded self to be won over.
Don't see it if Perhaps you don't like big, full musicals?
See it if you've never seen this delightful theatre classic for kids. It really does have a lot of messages that are relevant for today's society.
Don't see it if you can't stand musical theatre or shows that star kids.
See it if You want to enjoy a family-friendly musical with a great score and simple but entertaining plot.
Don't see it if You prefer complex storyline. You're expecting a polished production.
See it if Great performances throughout Especially Luisa Boyaggi who played Miss Hannigan and Jim Madden who played Oliver Warbucks
Don't see it if If you do not like musicals
Also It may be me but Mr.Madden looked like a bald Tom Hanks?
See it if you're interested to see how an off-off-Broadway company overcomes the limitations of venue and casting to present a good representation.
Don't see it if your standards are professional-only (sometimes they would be met, not always), or if you dislike child performers (there are 6 or 7).
See it if you like a kid story, with an easy and predictable plot and with nice, famous songs. performed by a small, really good company.
Don't see it if you prefer complitcated stories, which need you to really follow the storyline and the songs.
See it if You like Annie and want to see a community theater production of it. There is nothing innovative here. But if you have kids or love Annie...
Don't see it if The performances are very uneven and it is not very well produced. Looks a little cheap.
See it if If you like musicals and your a fan of the original Annie movie perfect play for you, amazing cast great singing dancing and staging
Don't see it if If you don't like musicals nor movie Annie then don't go to see this play
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