Annie Austin Tickets
Annie the Musical is one of the most enjoyed plays in Broadway history. Since its premiere, this timeless classic has won three Tony Awards in the categories of “Best Musical”, “Best Original Score” and “Best Book” and has also been nominated for numerous Drama Desk Awards. The upcoming production will mark the Broadway revival of the musical and will have a more realistic and darker tone. Its story takes the audiences to the era of thirties around Christmas time and presents fictional characters Warbucks and Annie along with important historical figures like President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Find out how the story unfolds featuring all these interesting characters with the timely purchase of Annie Austin tickets. The sales are increasing every day and the stocks might run out soon.
- Annie, Long Center For The Performing Arts - Dell Hall tickets for 11/25 08:00 PM at Long Center For The Performing Arts Dell Hall, Austin ,TX
- Fri Nov 25 2016
- Annie, Long Center For The Performing Arts - Dell Hall tickets for 11/26 02:00 PM at Long Center For The Performing Arts Dell Hall, Austin ,TX
- Sat Nov 26 2016
Annie is based on a well known comic strip, “Little Orphan Annie” by Thomas Meehan. The musical is adored for its optimistic story that revolves around an orphan girl, who takes the audiences on an adventure ride around the New York City. The upcoming show will stop at the capitol state of Texas, Austin and theater lovers are already getting the best deals for Annie Austin tickets.
Annie is a redhead orphan who after being abused by a cruel orphanage matron, decides to find her parents. She makes a plan to run away from the orphanage but unfortunately gets caught by the ward officer. Her luck improves soon when a billionaire Oliver Warbucks decides to celebrate his Christmas with an orphan and Annie is chosen. She quickly hits it off with Warbucks who decides to help her in her parents search. A monetary reward is set for finding Annie’s parents that is attractive enough for many to act as her parents. The musical’s story is full of surprises and drama that keeps you hooked throughout the show.
A reporter from Newsday reviewed the musical in words, “For all the freight of timeliness, this remains a sweet spot of a family musical, full of adorable, but not sticky-adorable, waifs punching the air with their teeny fists and belting 'Tomorrow' over and over until every cynic within earshot might be a believer.’’ If you haven’t watched the musical so far, this is the best time to secure your tickets.