After playing Miss Hannigan, the alcoholic orphan hater in Annie, over 1,000 times, you’d think actress Lynn Andrews would be tired of playing her. Not true, she said. “As I get older, I feel like I understand her more and more,” she told me.
Holy crap, this looks awful. I mean, like every single thing in every single frame…
Though Bobby Cannavale has been an actor for many years, he’s recently caught the attention…
The sun will stop coming up soon for Broadway’s Annie. It was just announced that…
Jane Lynch Talks Broadway, the “Mistake” of Moving to New York When She Was a Young Actress and the Advice Harrison Ford Gave Her
Five years ago Jane Lynch was best known for her hilarious appearances in Christopher Guest’s ensemble mockumentaries and doing abbreviated runs on soon-to-be-canceled television series. Though she was a familiar face, she never seemed to reach her potential. Then came Glee and her career-changing starring role as Sue Sylvester… and Lynch’s world has never been the same since
The producers of Broadway’s Annie are enjoying a solid boost from Jane Lynch’s limited engagement (and Broadway debut!) as Miss Hannigan.
Jane Lynch on Her Broadway Debut: “I used to have a list of things I wanted to do and Miss Hannigan was one of them”
Though Jane Lynch has already admitted that she is scared about making her Broadway musical debut as Miss Hannigan in Annie this Wednesday, she confessed
Jane Lynch will make her Broadway debut as Miss Hannigan in Annie.
Although she’s a Tony Award winning actress, Katie Finneran has had to work tremendously hard on her portrayal of Miss Hannigan in the new Broadway revival of Annie.
Broadway’s New ‘Annie’, Lilla Crawford, talks about working with ‘Sandy’ the Dog and who she wants to be when she grows up
Broadway has found its newest Annie in 11-year-old Lilla Crawford, who has been acting since she was five.
Sunny, the Shelter Dog Who Once Had 48 Hours Left to Live, to Play Sandy in the Broadway Revival of ‘Annie’
Here’s a story that I promise will make you happy. Sunny, a shelter dog from Houston who had been given only 48 hours to live, is the new Sandy in the Broadway revival of Annie.
Anthony Warlow, hailed as ‘Australia’s preeminent musical theatre and opera star’ will make his Broadway debut as billionaire Daddy Warbucks in the new production of Annie.
Two-time Tony Award® winner Katie Finneran (Promises, Promises, Noises Off) will star as Miss Hannigan in the new production of Annie.
During opening night of the latest production of Annie at the Lyric Theatre in Sydney, the dog playing Annie’s loyal companion Sandy — Coogee, a one-year-old groodle — didn’t cooperate as planned.