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Original Composer Of Broadway’s Annie Visits Rehearsals For NBC’s Annie Live

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NBC’s upcoming live production of Broadway’s Annie has received a huge endorsement from the original composer of the beloved musical. Charles Strouse (93) who composed the songs for the musical which first made its Broadway debut in 1977 stopped by rehearsals last week as seen in an Instagram post shared by producer Neil Meron.

NBC’s live production broadcast of Annie will air on December 2nd and fans can get an exclusive first look at the upcoming production when the cast takes part in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Prade on Thanksgiving Day (November 25).

Check out the Instagram post below!

Original Broadway Cast Recording of Annie (1977) Paylist

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