I think she looks gorgeous.
hehe, i am by NO means a photoshop expert, that was done with a very simple program I found online.
it was the best I could manage :P
If you notice you can see her long curly hair below the short hair, if i had erased it, it would have erased part of her .
I think a lot of people are adopting the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mentality without taking the fact that Annie 20th flopped into consideration. With community theaters all over the country reproducing the original's choreography, direction, and costumes, why in the world would people pay $150 a ticket to see a slightly shinier version? They won't. This production has generated a lot of buzz because it is a new version. I'm not saying that you have to agree with the changes, but there aren't that many die hard Annie fans out there who are missing Annie's short hair, or original Smile choreography. The producers did a very smart thing in hiring a director who would re-imagine this show. The story and the music is the same. The families who bring their kids to see "Annie" will be satisfied with that, and members of the theatre community are curious about this new version of a beloved classic--so they are buying tickets.
And on a lighthearted note, with the traditional Annie hair, Warbuck's staff hair dresser works some serious magic while gussying Annie up. The length that they cut the actresses' hair to would never be able to be curled in that way. It's too short.
Just put in 'Lilla Crawford' into youtube and look for the video with a black screen as it's just audio.
Thank you for the link
Wow...I didn't even realize that was the same person. Looks like someone is just trying to stir up some trouble.
My agenda is simple, to see the show without any understudies. But I will check out that other site, I didn't know there was another like this. Is it better?
I agree. She is beautiful no doubt, but Annie has GOT to have the straight bob haircut and then the short curly hair. In my opinion, the right look is so, so important to the show!
Thank you Dina! I agree.LOL
As far as I am concerned, the hair doesn't matter as much as the characterization. Every picture I've seen, there's no mistaking what character Lilly is playing; and I've heard nothing but good about how she plays her. I hope we'll get to see her "in action" some on Saturday night's special - I know the focus is the dog, but, c'mon, surely they'll give us a glimpse of Annie and Sandy together!