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The cast was amazing! The children
were so professional and impressive.
The story is different than the original
so that threw me off a bit but overall
it was amazing. Poor pup seemed
terrified on stage.
The cast was fantastic. The kids are just amazing. Wonderful show for all ages.
Great production! Highly recommend.
i agree with the other reviewer. The dog did seem stressed and wanted to leave the
stage, That's a shame.
Other than that - it was great and the venue is incredible. Fun night out with the girls!
CHILDREN PERFORMERS WERE GREAT! ADULT PERFORMERS WERE OK.
My 6-year old daughter LOVED it. The little actress who played Annie was great. Lovely
voice. Sadly, Miss Hannigan wasn't good at all. She was desperately trying to hide the
British Accent, and somehow the actress and character never connected. Overall we
enjoyed it, though!
Sometimes the west end can outdo Broadway
even when the production is very American.
With this version of Annie, the actors are
clearly having trouble shedding their British
accents, especially when singing the very New
York style songs. Still, they poured their hearts
out. The biggest and only disappointment is
Lesley Nicol of adownton Abbey fame who
can’t quite master the wonder villainy of her
role as Miss Hannigan. The actor playing FDR
was quite flat. Other than that, it was a lot of
fun. The kids were amazing. The girl playing
Annie had a lot of verve even if she couldn't
shed her London accent while belting out her
numbers. I’d recommend it.
The Toronto via London production of Annie boasted creative set design and lighting,
beautiful music/orchestration, superb choreography, and a very talented ensemble
cast. The stand-out performances came from Alex Bourne as Daddy Warbucks,
Matthew Hawksey as Rooster, Bobby Delaney as Burt Healy, Nic Gibley as Drake, and
Carolyn Maitand as Grace Farrell. The orphans were truly wonderful performers and
brought great energy and humour to the show. The huge disappointment was the
vocal performance of the star of the show. Annie should be an exceptional singer
and this performance was actually unpleasant to listen to, however, the acting was
pretty good. The overall charm and breathtaking choreography with such numbers
as Hooverville, N.Y.C., You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile, and A New Deal
For Christmas absolutely satisfied this die hard fan of Annie. Despite the star falling
short of vocal quality needed for this production, I encourage fans to catch this
I really enjoyed the show but as said by previous reviewers the actress who played Annie
had an irritating voice. She was great in other ways but when she sang the famous "the
sun will come out tomorrow" she fell very very flat. Also the actress playing Miss
Hannigan was a bit unsuited for the role and not what the original character embodied.
Other than that it was very well done. Grace was amazing, Rooster, Lily etc.
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