Little Orphan Annie fans are in for a musical treat
Allow yourself to be whisked into the magical world of the Little Orphan Annie, who has taken her fans on many adventures. The charismatic girl, accompanied by her loyal dog, Sandy, sings her way into the hearts of her audience; and with tickets for Annie to buy or sell on StubHub, you get to see one of the best-received musicals.
A long way from the pages to the musical stages
Those who have followed the beloved comic strip Little Orphan Annie by Harold Gray are already familiar with the little girl who seeks her identity. The little girl, her stray dog and many other colourful characters celebrated their debut in the New York Daily News all the way back in 1924, and the orphan girl marched her way right into many people’s hearts. In 1930, her story spawned a radio show, and the first movie adaptation—among many to follow—came out in 1932. But what about the musical? In the mid-70s, the musical’s conceptualisation was formed, and it celebrated its debut in 1976 in the Goodspeed Opera House and on Broadway in 1977. The audience was immediately enthralled by the heart-wrenching story of the orphan who seeks to find her parents and her grim upbringing in an orphanage. It was promptly nominated for eleven Tony Awards, of which it hauled seven, for example the Best Musical and Best Score. When it closed in 1983, it was the longest-running show that had ever played on Broadway. Ever since then, the musical has been produced worldwide and also reopened various times on Broadway. Witness the beloved story that will bring you all the way back to the 1930s and to an innocent, yet sturdy, orphan girl; buy or sell your tickets for Annie now on StubHub.
For tomorrow you could hear "Tomorrow"
When you are quick and save your tickets for Annie now with just a few clicks on StubHub, you can listen to one of the musical’s most iconic songs in no time. "Tomorrow" is the lovely song in which Orphan Annie comforts a stray dog she ends up adopting, telling him life will improve for them. The song was covered by many stars and has featured in various movies and TV shows, but nothing beats the magic when it’s performed live on stage as part of this epic story. If you fancy listening to more grand musical songs live, we’ve got your covered. "Memory" is yours to listen to if you get tickets for Cats and The Phantom of the Opera amazes with the iconic organ intro. If you are looking for a children’s musical like Annie, you may also like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.