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Tomorrow, tomorrow, there's a Derby Dinner production named Annie that will open and run until Aug. 12.

Annie will take place between July 3-Aug. 12 at various times.  Evening shows will begin at 7:45 with the dinner buffet opening at 6 p.m.  Sunday matinees will go on at 1:30 p.m. with buffet starting at 11:45 a.m.  Wednesday matinee shows are to happen at 1 p.m. with buffet opening at 11:45 a.m.  Annie performances will go on at Derby Dinner Playhouse, located at 525 Marriott Drive in Clarksville, IN.  

The Footnotes will perform at most shows, either at 7:15 p.m. on evening performances or 1:05 on Sunday matinees.  They do not perform at Wednesday matinees.

Ticket prices, which include dinner, depend on the day.  Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday evening shows are $40 per person, Friday evening shows are $41, Saturday evening shows are $44, Sunday matinees are $36, and Wednesday matinees are $35 per person.  Tickets can be purchased at the Derby Dinner Playhouse box office, the Derby Dinner website, or by calling the box office at 812-288-8281.  

Group rates and hotel packages are also available.  More information can be found at the Derby Dinner Playhouse website.

Annie features a young girl in 1930s New York City who lives in a downtrodden children's home but looks to find her real mother and father.  Her fun search will lead to meeting interesting people, like the billionaire Oliver Warbucks and even President Roosevelt, and destroying whatever evil schemes Miss Hannigan may have to offer.

Kennedy Kruse and Lauren Petrey will portray Annie on separate nights.  Jeff March, meanwhile, stars as Oliver Warbucks, and Elizabeth Loos is Miss Hannigan.  Lee Buckholz directed the production.

Following Annie, Derby Dinner Playhouse will present Church Basement Ladies 2 - A Second Helping.  The production will open in August.

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