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Rosanne Sorrentino

 

Stage Credits

  [US Tour]
3rd National Tour, 1979
Annie

 

Stage

Performances
  [US Tour]
3rd National Tour, 1979
Annie






Rosanne Sorrentino News

Laura Benanti, Kelsey Connolly, & More Join Concert To Benefit The Actors Fund Photo Laura Benanti, Kelsey Connolly, & More Join Concert To Benefit The Actors Fund
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 23, 2021

Ready for an all day Concert with Music and Performances from a line up of a variety of singers and performers? Each performer will join Rising Talent Magazine's Instagram LIVE, throughout the day, for five to fifteen minutes to perform one song during their set time and answer a few questions.

Cast Members From Productions of ANNIE Will Reunite to Benefit The Actors Fund Photo Cast Members From Productions of ANNIE Will Reunite to Benefit The Actors Fund
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 28, 2020

Actors who have portrayed Annie and her orphan friends over the years will reunite for a live, online Q&A to benefit The Actors Fund.

New Weekly Talk Show CURTAIN CALL Eschews Politics in Favor of Warm Conversations
by Julie Musbach - Jan 29, 2017

With the New Year in full swing, take a break from traditional talk radio and join host Steve Joiner on his new weekly program, Curtain Call.  Every Monday from 2:00 to 3:00 pm Eastern (11:00 am to noon Pacific), Curtain Call celebrates people who have made our lives special over the years, and all listeners will enjoy these warm conversations regardless of political persuasion or one's particular bias.

Photo Coverage: 'Life After Tomorrow' Reunion at B&N
by Peter James Zielinski - Mar 24, 2008

On March 20, the production team and cast of Life After Tomorrow held a discussion, performance and signing at Barnes and Noble. Life After Tomorrow, a documentary about the trials and tribulations of several dozen women who were on Broadway and in the road companies of Annie, was co-directed and co-produced by Gil Cates Jr. and Annie alum Julie Stevens. Stevens created the film after starting the website AnnieOrphans.com

'Life After Tomorrow' Signing to Feature Special Appearances
by BWW News Desk - Mar 19, 2008

On March 20, join the production team and cast of Life After Tomorrow for a discussion, performance and signing at Barnes and Noble. Life After Tomorrow, a documentary about the trials and tribulations of several dozen women who were on Broadway and in the road companies of Annie, was directed and produced by Annie alum Julie Stevens. Stevens created the film after starting the website AnnieOrphans.com, which reunited many of the former child stars. They quickly discovered a sisterhood and many found that their post-Annie lives and experiences could only be understood by their fellow alumni. For some, like Broadway Annie Sarah Jessica Parker (who appears in the film) and touring orphans Alyssa Milano and Molly Ringwald (who do not appear), Annie was a springboard to teen and adult stardom. For others, they found themselves overwhelmed by trying to return to the normalcy of home and school. Over 40 women appear in the film, relaying the perks that came with starring in a cultural phenomenon and the hard knocks of growth spurts, stage mothers and the fear that their careers had peaked before adolescence. The film won Best Documentary and Best Director at the Phoenix Film Festival before debuting on Showtime on Christmas Day. It came out on DVD on February 26, 2008.