Annie at Eccles Theater

Annie Tickets

George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theater | Salt Lake City, Utah


Have you ever wondered about what is the best production ever? Well we have too, and it has to be Annie. It has the all the makings of a warming musical and a laundry list full of critically acclaimed awards. Fans and critics are captivated at the awe-inspiring cast dressed in the most pretty costumes while they deliver the most fascinating hit songs to have ever graced a stage. You have to be at George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theater on Saturday 11th May 2024 to understand it, but be quick on the mark for this one as tickets will be gone abruptly, so be sure to purchase yours right now before it is too late.

Annie the show is about an extraordinary young girl’s journey to find happiness. Living in an orphanage, little Annie believes that her parents are still alive and that one day they will come back to find her. She encounters a very well-to-do but lovely Mr. Warbucks, who decides to adopt Annie. As the tale unwinds she convinces him to help her find them. He obliges and creates a gigantic reward. Realizing an opportunity, the wicked duo made up of Miss Hannigan and Rooster attempt to make some cash out of this situation.

Annie is critically acclaimed, and here is what the critics have to say about the play. “It’s easy to sing ANNIE’s praises” – Boston Herald. “An infectiously bouncy and hopeful score...and just enough old-fashioned Broadway pzazz to spin stage magic” – New Orleans Times

This story gets even more incredible as the fantastic cast wows spectators with an amazing performance including hit songs such as ‘It’s the Hard Knock Life’, ‘Easy Street’, ‘I Don’t Need Anything But You’ and ‘Tomorrow’. It teaches us that regardless of our situation, there is always hope and that is why people adore it so much.

If you haven’t figured it out already, you should by now. This is going to be one of the best experiences on a stage ever, and you should grab your tickets right here before they are all gone.

Annie at George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theater

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