As of november 14, 2019 and bring the Music Hall in the Kursaal of Ostend, the Capitole in Ghent and the city Theatre of Antwerp, the new version of “Annie the Musical” to the stage. The beloved Broadway classic, around the adventures of a brave orphan girl, is undergoing a strong revival, and it is a modern-day bath tub submerged in water. This will Josefien Derijcke (12 years old – Orphanage), and Chaya From the Minor, 12-year – Ittre), which is in Flanders, alternating in the role of Annie will go for the traditional red curly, and it’s a classic red dress to exchange it for a different look. Also, this version is based on the comic book to Annie and it is not in the movie or in the earlier musicalversies. But “Annie 2.0” still has a few surprises in store for local audiences.
Women in power, “Annie, the Musical,” and that is what you can feel, literally, for the Dutch, Doris Baaten get the new version for a woman to be president in the Oval Office. Never before in the opvoeringsgeschiedenis of the musical ‘Annie,’ the role of the president is played by a woman. Baaten has played in over 18 musicals, with (p.a. It Was signed, Annie M. G. Schmidt, and Fiddler on the Roof) and it was in her role as a Friedel van Galen, in his belief In Me, in a Musical Award.
In addition to a female president, takes the women from the ‘Annie’ for the first time with a black actor playing the role of Oliver Warbucks played. The role of the grumpy millionaire, it is impossible for a Dutchman, He should Present during the auditions, a lasting impression was made. He began his musicalcarrière as Tom Collins in Rent, and if that is the interpretation in 2001, the right of the John Kraaijkamp Musical Award for Best Male in a supporting Role in that case. Later, He appeared at the Copacabana, The Lion King, Miss Saigon, Dreamgirls, A Chorus Line, The Color Purple, Sister Act, the Musical Award nomination), and Driving Miss Daisy.
The famous international musical star Willemijn Verkaik in the role of the dreaded Miss Hannigan screen. After her musicaldebuut in Elizabeth, in 2001, was Willemijn a variety of roles in the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, d.a. The Three Musketeers, We Will Rock You, Aida, Mamma Mia!, and the Bat out of Hell. She was known around the world for her portrayal of the green witch Elphaba in the musical Wicked, and it is the only musicalactrice who played the role in three languages in four different countries, has taken place. In total, it was Willemijn with over 2,000 more times to see if She is in Germany, on Broadway (New York), both in the Netherlands and in the West End (of London).