We planned this musical for our granddaughters but we loved is as well. Cute and clever dialogue, awesome scenery, and costumes!
My husband got us tickets for our anniversary. Amazing show. We had the very last seats in the place and it was still great. Be warned they say no cell phones and mean it. If they see your phone out they shine a flashlight on you until you out it in your pocket!
I've seen most of the Broadway Annie shows as they return in newer versions. The current show is full of energy and who doesn't like the story and music! I was a bit disappointed at first with Gaby Bradbury who was understudy the night I attended last week. I believe it was her first time in the main role and... More
Taylor Richardson was such a darling as "Annie". She sang very well and was very cute and charming. She fit the role to a T. Amazing production design! I loved the huge storybook-style prop that shifted from one room of the mansion to the next. Very creative! Sunny / Sandy the dog was such a scene-stealer, too. Was surprised when... More
Having seen a number of productions of Annie, including the original Broadway show, this production was good, but not outstanding, and unfortunately, Annie played by Taylor Richardson was pretty unexciting and she doesn't have a great voice. The direction seemed off at times and the choreography could have been better, especially during It's A Hard Knock Life. The set design... More
This was my first Broadway play and I cannot express how much I enjoyed this play.When we planned our New York trip from N.C. this was #1 on my daughters list and we were not disappointed.Such talent from the cast would require a lot of hard work.You do not have to be a child to enjoy this venue,my daughter is... More
Annie was great. Again, a great venue and a great show. We bought last minute tickets and were able to get in on a cold rainy night instead of walking around Time Square. We saw the Lion King while we were there as well and while different, I liked Annie more.
Took my three children ages (6, 5, 5) to their first broadway show experience. Couldn't have been happier. The parking is right around the corner, our seats were fabulous, quick access to the restrooms (for little ones) not to mention a phenomenal performance by the cast! I highly recommend it!!!
I took my daughter (6) and her friend (5) for a Saturday matinee this past weekend. The Palace Theater is in the heart of Times Square so there is plenty to see and do if you arrive early (we did). Also plenty of parking garages nearby (we parked at Icon on 47th for $52 from about 12:45-4:45pm). I got tickets... More
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