Directed by Anna Murray

Auditions for Children: (6-14 yrs): Sunday August 19th @ 6:00 pm

Auditions for Adults: Monday August 20th @ 6:00 pm

CALLBACKS: Wednesday August 22 @ 6:00pm

Come prepared to sing a musical piece that showcases your vocal range and talent. Bring sheet music or karaoke CD. Scene readings will be provided. A short dance combination will be taught for dance audition.

CTC audition policy is that NO roles have been pre-cast and that all roles are open for audition.

Performances are November 23 to December 16 (must be available for ALL performances)

Character Descriptions

ANNIE:  spunky, friendly, big-voiced, street-wise urchin orphans (9-11 years old)

WARBUCKS:  warm-hearted, stiff-collared host to Annie at christmas (45-55)

GRACE FARRELL:  faithful Assistant to Warbucks (mid 20’s to early 40’s)

MISS HANNIGAN:  Cantankerous and mean old orphanage director (40’s to 50’s)

ROOSTER:  Miss Hannigan’s no-good brother (mid 20’s to mid 30’s)

LILLY:  Rooster’s floozy girlfriend (late 20’s to mid 30’s)


ENSEMBLE ADULT:  5-7 WOMEN & 5-7 MEN playing multiple roles

ENSEMBLE CHILDREN:  8-10 GIRLS (6 to 14 years of age)

(Note: Ages listed are character ages, not specific ages for actors)


Based on Little Orphan Annie, the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, Annie has become a worldwide sensation. Winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, the beloved show features a wonderful score written by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, including the Broadway smash hit, “Tomorrow”.

With a perfect combination of street-smarts and optimism, Annie warms the hearts of the audience as we witness her rise from next-to-nothing in New York City. She is determined to find her parents, who left her at the orphanage years ago. Though things don’t quite work out the way she has planned, she does manage to thwart the plans of the evil Miss Hannigan and find a new family with billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his secretary Grace Farrell, and her lovable pooch, Sandy.

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