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Houston native to take on role of Annie on Broadway

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Sadie Sisk, Houston native and student of the Humphreys School of Musical Theatre at Theatre Under the Stars, will be reprising the role of Annie that she played recently with TUTS on Broadway very soon! After Lilla Crawford, the current actress in the role of Annie, steps out of the production on July 28, Sadie will share the title role with fellow cast member Taylor Richardson. Director of the award-winning revival James Lapine chose to audition Sadie and Taylor for the title role rather than look outside of the cast due to their familiarity with the production and outstanding talents. Each girl is currently playing the role of an orphan, and they will play the character of Duffy when they are not playing Annie.

Annie is showing at the Palace Theater in New York. For tickets and more information, visit



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