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Period: December 1933

Annie :
Cotton dress and faded pinafore, worn cardigan sweater, black cotton stockings
Note: Orphans wear similar dresses, some with long underwear. In Act Two, Scene 2, orphans wear a second, different set of similar dresses.

Miss Hannigan:
Robe, flowered flannel nightgown

Littlest Orphan: (Act one, Scene 4)
Long underwear, scuffs, later changes to dress.

Bundles:
Wool jacket, worn work pants, cap

Miss Hannigan: (Act 1, Scene 4)
Printed period dress

Policeman:
Period NYC uniform

Hooverville-ites
Women:Assorted ragged coats, jackets and shawls over worn dresses and aprons, hats, scarves and gloves.
Men: Worn and patched work pants: jackets or overcoats, old knit caps and beat up felt hats, scarves and mittens

Grace: (Act 1, Scene 4-5)
Cape, suit jacket, solid tailored skirt, blouse, felt and satin hat. For Scene 5, remove cape, jacket and hat.


Warbucks: (Act one, Scene 5)
Expensive looking double-breasted wool

Mrs. Pugh:
Tiny print dress with high lace collar

Drake: (and male servants)
Cutaway, striped pants, vest, wing collar, black bow tie

Maids:
Uniforms with white organdy aprons (Act two, Scene 5) add Christmas
corsages.

Warbucks: Act one, Scene 6)
Long overcoat with velvet collar, white silk scarf, felt hat

Grace: (Act one, scene 6)
Coat trimmed with fur, cloche hat with feather

Star-to-be:
Coat, scarf, gloves, small felt hat

New Yorkers:
A parade of “typical” city types, among them:

Little Rich Girl: Plaid coat, tam
Santa: Traditional red suit
Depression victim: Worn overcoat, cap, corduroy pants
Hooker: Plaid coat-dress, fur boa, flashy jewelry
Actress: Black evening gown

Also: a fireman, Salvation Army girl, young middle class couple, Christmas
Tree salesman, newsboy, etc. Their costumes should make plain, clear
statements of what they depict.

Miss Hannigan: (Act One, Scene 7)
Dress trimmed with lace

Lilly:
Floral dress with wrap skirt, fur boa, flower and feather trimmed hat

Rooster:
Loud pinstripe suit, mismatched vest, tie with stud, bowler

Grace: (Act one, Scene 8)
Blouse with organdy trim, skirt

Annie: (Act two, Scene 1)
Dress with lace trimmed collar

Warbucks: (Act two Scene 1)
Single breasted suit with vest

Bert Healy:
Plaid suit and straw boater

NBC Page:
Shirt, pleated pants, hat, tie

Masked Announcer (Jimmy Johnson):
Tailcoat with satin lapels, white pants and vest, black mask

Boylan Sisters:
Matching dresses with lace cape collars, gloves, hats.

Ventriloquist (Fred McCracken):
Dark single-breasted suit, long tie.

Sound Effects Man:
Argyle sweater vest, pleated pants, bow tie

Grace: (Act two, Scene 1)
Repeat Act One, Scene 6

Lily:
In disguise as Annie’s mother – old print dress, wool coat, scarf, knit hat, mittens. She should look convincing.

Rooster:
In disguise as Annie’s father. Cloth overcoat, baggy dark pants, felt hat, scarf, gloves. He should look convincing.

Annie: (Act Two, Scene 3)\
White sailor dress with pleated skirt, pale blue bow tie.

FDR: (Act Two, Scene 3)
Pinstripe double breasted suit

Warbucks: (Act Two, Scene 3)
Double-breasted suit with vest

Gentlemen of FDR’s Cabinet: (Ickes, Hull, Norganthau, Howe):
Suits in various styles

Perkins:
Suit, jacket, hat

Grace: (Act Two, Scene 4):
Dress and jacket

Annie and Sandy: (Act Two, Scene 5)
Red dress with white trim. Sandy has red bow.

Orphans:
Wear matching (Act Two, Scene 5) dresses in orange, yellow, green, blue, lavender and pink.

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