Our House - March 2020

Annie - November 2018

Details

In the depths of 1930's New York, the Great Depression and background of extremes of poverty and wealth, Annie is an endearingly optimistic young orphan girl who must live along with other orphans in a miserable New York City Municipal Orphanage, Girls’ Annexe run by the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. Her seemingly hopeless situation changes dramatically when Annie is selected in the run-up to Christmas to spend a short time at the luxurious residence of the wealthy industrialist, Oliver Warbucks. Quickly, she charms the hearts of the household staff and even the seemingly cold-hearted Warbucks cannot help but learn to love this wonderful girl. He decides to help Annie find her long lost parents by using his high-up connections and by offering a reward if they will come to him and prove their identity. However, Miss Hannigan, her evil brother, Rooster, and his female accomplice Lily, plan to impersonate Annie’s real parents to claim the reward for themselves, which puts little Annie in great danger. But of course optimism will win the day over despair and depression, after all… THE SUN’LL COME OUT TOMORROW!!

Thursday 15th - Saturday 17th November 2018
The Kenneth More Theatre, Ilford
Cast & Creatives

CAST

THE ORPHANS

Annie | Sophie Richards,

Kate | Olivia Curran Manning,  

July | Mae Farrer,

Duffy | Tamara Ikeji

Tessie | Tia Rosenthal

Pepper | Macee Smith

Molly | Sienna Tish,

Orphans | Charlee Bromwich, Olivia Clarke, Ava Critchell, Ella May Grimstead, Poppy Jenkins, Summer Parker 

 

THE ADULTS & ENSEMBLE

Oliver Warbucks | Jeremy Smith

Miss Hannigan | Gary Patrick

Grace Farrell | Laura Maguire

Rooster, Miss Hannigan’s no-good Brother | Phil Clarke

Lily St. Regis, Rooster’s floozy girlfriend | Jenni Allen Clarke

Franklin D Roosevelt | Alan Gronner

Drake, Warbuck’s English Butler | John Gadd

Lt Ward & Bert Healey | Richard Sheepwash

Judge Brandeis & Ensemble | John Quarm

Jimmy Johnson & Ensemble | John Faria

Fred McCracken, Wacky & Cabinet Member | Dean Beaumont

Bundles McCloskey, Cabinet Member & Ensemble | Matthew Moore

Sophie, Star-to-be, Boylan Sister & Ensemble | Tami Stone

Boylan Sister & Ensemble | Georgia Marney

Boylan Sister, Annette (a French Maid), & Ensemble | Clio Goodwin

Mrs Greer & Ensemble | Danielle Kaye

Dog Catcher & Cabinet Member Louis Howe; Associate to Roosevelt | Ben Goosetree

Cabinet Member Harold Ickes | Michael Brackley

Mrs Pugh’ The Cook & Cabinet Member Frances Perkins | Diana Fairbairn Smith

Ensemble | Gemma Harbour

Ensemble | Monica Bhati

Ensemble | Mariam Ben-Ammor

Ensemble | Zarmina Khanzada

Ensemble | Isabelle Ball

Ensemble | Sophie Leman

Ensemble | Delilah Lewis

Ensemble | Zac Pilgrim

Ensemble | Emily Stafford

CREATIVE TEAM

Director | Rikki Stone

Musical Director | Ewan Parker

Choreographer / Co Director | Lorraine Porter

Set | Scenic Projects

Lighting & Sound Design | Pete Abery

Costume Design | Northern Costume Hire, Sylvia Hammatt, Diana Smith

Wigs | John Gadd

Props | Mo Jones

Production Photos | Chloe Jones

Stage Manager | Hayley Curran

Lighting Board Operator | Joanne Shore

Flyman | Cliff Rozee

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