Carmel Valley students to perform in ‘Annie’

Leapin’ lizards! Broadway Bound Youth Theater will be presenting one of the most-loved musicals, “Annie,” March 18-19.

A third of the cast live and/or attend school in Carmel Valley: Taryn Abel, Andrew Armao, Daniela Camilleri, Julia Camilleri, Sophie Camilleri, Julia Dawson, Nicole Douglan, Aja Edmiston, Sarah Eisendrath, Anya Ernst, Madeline Ernst, Melanie Leung, Jillian Madden, Savannah Rosner, Isabelle Leung, Zoe Sanberg-Smith, Sydney Sherman, Maxine Sutton.

BBYT will be performing “Annie” at the Lyceum (324 Horton Plaza, San Diego) on Friday, March 18, at 7 p.m., and Saturday, March 19, at noon, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: $18 from the Box Office at (619) 544 1000 or

Related posts:

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  3. Rescued dog to play Sandy in ‘Annie’
  4. Carmel Valley residents to perform in ‘Seussical the Musical’
  5. Carmel Valley nurse and actress to perform in Pickwick Players’ production of ‘The Crucible’

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