BERKELEY PLAYHOUSE'S ANNIE
Director: Scottie Watson
In 1930s depression era New York, young orphaned Annie is determined to find the parents that left her on the doorstep of the New York City Orphanage, run by the soused and sour Miss Hannigan. When Annie is chosen by billionaire Oliver Warbucks to spend the holidays athis mansion, she leaves behind the only community she’s ever known, and her daily life of “hard knocks” and “maybe’s”turns into one of cinemas and Roll’s Royce’s . . . and an opportunity to discover the truth about her parents. Based on the popular Harold Gray comics of the 1920s, Annie is filled with adventure, mayhem, and the discovery of what family truly means.