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What is Annie Jr.?

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JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL – Annie Jr. was performed by JCS students on Friday April 19th and Saturday April 20th. Annie Jr. is a shortened version of the film “Annie.” It was adapted to be performed by a younger cast. The work each cast member put in over the last three months was proven to be fruitful and it was seen each time the play was performed.

The cast of Annie Jr. practiced two times a week, every week for the past few months. Over this time, the cast members memorized the songs and lines they were given and recited them repeatedly. The play takes place in 1930s New York where an orphan named Annie runs away from her orphanage in hope of finding her parents. This is because the orphanage was run a by a cruel woman named Miss Hannigan. Throughout the course of the play, Annie’s determination to find her parents led her to get adopted by a man named Oliver Warbucks and live a cozy life with his secretary and her dog named Sandy. The cast consisted of 32 people, 11 crew members, and they received assistance from the JCS staff. The play took place at Generation Church. Cast members sang a total of 16 songs throughout the production.

All in all, the performance of Annie Jr. was an excellent showcase of the talent and skills of each individual cast member. Each role was executed with confidence and it was evident that each cast member invested their time in the play. Annie Jr. was an entertaining experience that left viewers feeling great!

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Joseph Janssen
Class of 2025 Student Journalist
Joseph Janssen was born and raised in Lake Worth, FL. He will be graduating from Jupiter Christian in the year 2025. At Jupiter Christian Joseph has participated in football, soccer, and wrestling. He has been a Saints fan for years despite the fact that they disappoint every season. After graduating, Joseph intends to go to college and get a business degree. Outside of school, he enjoys spending time with friends as well as bumming out at his home. Joseph’s favorite Bible passage is Psalm 23. For the past seven years, Joseph has been a Christian, and he intends to stay that way for the rest of his life.
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