‘Annie’ (Molly): “I dream about havin’ a mother and father again”

Monologues from Annie the Broadway Musical

'Annie' by Thomas Meehan

From: Musical

Type: Dramatic

Character: Molly, Annie's best friend and the youngest girl in the orphanage.

Gender: Female

Age Range: Kids

Summary: Molly has just woken up from a dream and asks Annie to read her a letter to calm her down.

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MOLLY:  (Awaking from a dream and crying out) Mama! Mama! Mommy! (Rubbing her eyes…still half asleep) It was my Mama, Annie. We was ridin’ on the ferry boat. And she was holdin’ me up to see all the big ships. And then she was walkin’ away, wavin’. And I couldn’t find her no more. Any place.

Annie… read me your note. Please. Gee, I dream about havin’ a mother and father again. But you’re lucky. You really got ‘em.

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