Broadway at the Center Presents

Annie

This celebration of family, optimism and the American spirit remains the ultimate cure for all the hard knocks life throws your way!

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Thursday, March 14, 8:00 pm

One of the best family musicals ever penned!

Chicago Tribune

Holding onto hope when times are tough can take an awful lot of determination, and sometimes, an awful lot of determination comes in a surprisingly small package. Little Orphan Annie has reminded generations of theatergoers that sunshine is always right around the corner, and now the best-loved musical of all time is set to return in a new production – just as you remember it and just when we need it most.

Annie, directed by Jenn Thompson, features the iconic book and score, written by Tony Award®-winners Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin. This celebration of family, optimism and the American spirit remains the ultimate cure for all the hard knocks life throws your way.

Join us Friday night for a Kids’ Night performance! Kids’ Night on Broadway (KNOB) introduces young people to the magic of live theatre and makes Broadway more affordable for families. Parents who purchase an adult ticket to a Kids’ Night performance receive a child’s ticket for free. Tickets are on sale now. Use promo code “ANNIEKNOB” to receive your BOGO discount at check-out.

“KNOB” performances will include pre-show family activities – including pet adoptions – beginning at 6:30 p.m, including:

  • Girls Scouts
  • North Texas Reptile Rescue
  • Operation Kindness
  • “You’re never fully dressed without a smile” accessory making station
  • Win some Daddy War-‘bucks’ at the word search station
  • “Tomorrow” community thought wall
  • KLTY Radio Station
  • The Dallas Library Book Bike where kids can check out books and sign up for library cards

SHOW LENGTH: 2 HOURS 45 MINUTES INCLUDING ONE INTERMISSION

“An incredibly rich and affecting story” –

The Guardian

“Lovable, charming and gutsy” –

The New York Times