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Backstage at 'Annie' on Broadway

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By ANNA KOOIMAN | Fox News

The little orphan who told you the sun would come out tomorrow and reminded you that you're never fully dressed without a smile is back on Broadway. We went behind the scenes of "Annie: The Musical" for the 35th anniversary production.

Annie is an orphan, and the dog that she befriends on the street -- Sandy -- is a stray. Just like the show, the dog playing Sandy was saved from a shelter.

Lilla Crawford, 12, plays Annie.

"I have so many favorite parts of the show but one of my favorites is to work with the dog and I mean, every night is a different show," she says.

We went backstage in the costume area and saw Miss Hannigan's dress and Daddy Warbucks' overcoat.

"Annie" is playing at the Palace Theater on Broadway.

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