Annie at Cadillac Palace Theatre in Chicago

Tickets for the new tour of the classic Tony Award-winning musical ANNIE are now on sale! You can catch the show at Broadway In Chicago's Cadillac Palace Theatre (151 W. Randolph St.) during a limited engagement from March 7-19, and get ready to say "Leapin' Lizards!"

This new multi-week tour is produced by TROIKA Entertainment, LLC. TROIKA Entertainment's COO and Executive Producer, Kori Prior says, "We're thrilled to be bringing such a fresh, new and heartfelt production to audiences across North America."

"This show, with its iconic title character, continues to delight generations of theatre-lovers old and new by joyfully singing directly into the face of great adversity with perseverance, guts and guile," says director Jenn Thompson. "For decades, ANNIE has continued to shine brightly, not only as an appeal to our better angels, but also as an example of the thrill of hope, hard-won: promising a better 'Tomorrow' not only for Annie herself, but for all who need her message now more than ever."

From its unforgettable songs to its timeless story, ANNIE is a musical that has captured the hearts of theatergoers for decades. The show chronicles the life of an orphaned 11-year-old girl named Annie and her journey to find her parents. Along the way, she meets a lovable mutt named Sandy and a wealthy industrialist named Oliver Warbucks - and that's just the beginning. With its witty dialogue, catchy songs and profound messages of hope, it's easy to see why ANNIE has stood the test of time since its Broadway debut in 1977. Even today, it continues to delight audiences of all ages with its heartwarming story and unforgettable characters. So, if you're looking for a night of entertainment that is sure to bring smiles and laughter, look no further than ANNIE! The show will have you singing along and believing in the power of hope. And with its classic tunes like "Tomorrow" and "Maybe," you won't soon forget this beloved production.

ANNIE is a musical based on the famous Harold Gray comic strip Little Orphan Annie and the 1885 poem "Little Orphant Annie" by James Whitcomb Riley. It features music composed by Charles Strouse, Martin Charnin's lyrics, and Thomas Meehan's book. The original Broadway production was very successful, setting a record at the Alvin Theatre (now renamed the Neil Simon Theatre). It was later adapted for numerous international productions and national tours, and even won seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

It's easy to see why this beloved musical has been so popular since its Broadway debut over 40 years ago - and it doesn't appear as if audiences will tire of it anytime soon. ANNIE continues to charm theatergoers of all ages. From its unforgettable characters to its inspiring messages of hope and joy, this musical is one that will stay with you long after you leave the theater.

ANNIE is directed by Jenn Thompson, who at the age of 10 stepped into the role of "Pepper" in the Original Broadway production, choreographed by Patricia Wilcox (Motown, A Night with Janis Joplin), with orchestrations by Dan DeLange. Talitha Fehr is the Music Coordinator and Elaine Davidson is the Music Director.

In the title role of Annie is Ellie Pulsifer, a 12-year-old actress from South Florida, making her tour debut. Christopher Swan will star as Oliver Warbucks. In the role of Miss Hannigan is Stefanie Londino. Also starring in the tour are Julia Nicole Hunter as Grace, Nick Bernardi as Rooster, Krista Curry as Lily and Mark Woodard as FDR. Addison, a stray mutt rescued by William Berloni through the Humane Society in 2017, stars as Sandy.

To see a list of all Broadway In Chicago shows coming to Chicago visit our Broadway In Chicago page.