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See Christopher Sieber, Jennifer Simard, and the Stars of Annie

Performances continue at the Muny through July 25.

Peyton Ella and Sunny star in the Muny production of Annie, directed by John Tartaglia.
(photo provided by the production)

The Muny's production of Annie — starring Christopher Sieber, Jennifer Simard, and Peyton Ella — has begun performances for its run through July 25.

Jennifer Simard stars as Miss Hannigan in Annie.
(photo provided by the production)

Joining Sieber (Warbucks), Simard (Miss Hannigan), and Ella (Annie) in the cast are Britney Coleman (Grace Farrell), Holly Ann Butler (Lily), Jon Rua (Rooster), John Scherer (FDR), Madeline Domain (Tessie), Kennedy Holmes (July), Samantha Iken (Pepper), Trenay LaBelle (Duffy), Ana McAlister (Molly), and Ella Grace Roberts (Kate).

The ensemble includes Patrick Blindauer, Maya Bowles, Chloe Davis, Julie Hanson, Michael Hoey, Abigail Isom, Madison Johnson, Zachary Daniel Jones, Graham Keen, Rich Pisarkiewicz, Whit Reichert, Rochelle Scudder, Josh Walden, and Rebecca Young. The company is joined by the Muny kid and teen ensembles.

Annie is directed by John Tartaglia with choreography by Jessica Hartman and music direction by Colin Welford.

Christopher Sieber's Warbucks gives Peyton Ella's Annie a hug.
(photo provided by the production)

The design team leading this production includes Michael Schweikardt (scenic design), Leon Dobkowski (costume design), Nathan W. Scheuer (lighting design), John Shivers and David Patridge (sound design), Rob Denton (video design), and Kelley Jordan (wig design). The production stage manager is Larry Smiglewski.

Peyton Ella, Jennifer Simard, and Britney Coleman share a scene in Annie, playing through July 25.
(photo provided by the production)

Charles Strouse, Martin Charnin, and Thomas Meehan's classic musical is the seven-time Tony Award-winning family favorite that features unforgettable hits like "It's the Hard-Knock Life," "Easy Street," and the iconic Broadway standard "Tomorrow."

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