‘Annie’ (Annie): “No please don’t make me take my locket off”

Monologues from Annie the Broadway Musical

'Annie' by Thomas Meehan

From: Musical

Type: Dramatic

Character: Annie is a spunky,friendly and streetwise orphan who has been taken in by Oliver Warbucks.

Gender: Female

Age Range: Kids

Summary: Annie tells Warbucks why her locket means so much to her.

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ANNIE: No! No please don’t make me take my locket off. I don’t want a new one. (Fingering her locket) This locket, my Mom and Dad left it with me when… when they left me at the Orphanage. And there was a note, too.

(Loudly) They’re coming back for me. And, I know, being here with you for Christmas, I’m real lucky. But… I don’t know how to say it… (She begins to cry) The one thing I want in all the world…  more than anything else is to find my mother and father.

(More tears) And to be like other kids, with folks of my own.

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