Annie Warbucks on Stage!

CYT-Kansas City continues to bring quality, family-friendly entertainment to the stage by proudly producing Annie Warbucks. to the stage to kick off it’s 2017 Spring production season, featuring the talent of over 80 metro-area kids ages 8 to 18. Ever wonder what happened after Annie stayed with Daddy Warbucks?

Annie Warbucks picks up right where Annie ends. Annie Warbucks is a musical with a book by Thomas Meehan. A sequel to the 1977 Tony Award-winning hit Annie, based on the Little Orphan Annie comic strip, it begins immediately after Annie ended. In 1993, after the show’s Off-Broadway opening, The New York Times review stated, “There are plenty of laughs in the book by Thomas Meehan and the lyrics by Martin Charnin, who also functions as the remarkably clear-eyed director. Annie Warbucks provides enough of the familiar fun to qualify as more than a postscript!”

To see what happens to Annie, don’t miss CYT-KC’s production of Annie Warbucks.

Christian Youth Theater – Kansas City Directed by Kay Beth Shute Featuring KC metro kids ages 8 - 18 May 11 – 14, 2017

Thursday, May 11, 10am, 7pm; Friday, May 12, 10am, 7pm; Saturday, May 13, 2pm, 7pm; Sunday, May 14, 2pm, 6 pm

The Bell Cultural Arts Center at MNU 2030 East College Way, Olathe, KS 66062

Tickets range from $9-13

www.cytkc.org 913-681-3318 boxoffice@cytkc.org

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