Life After Tomorrow

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Overview

Join filmmakers Gil Cates Jr. and Julie Stevens as they set out to speak with over 40 women who appeared in the hit musical Annie as young children while simultaneously exploring the benefits and drawbacks of entering into show business at such a tender age. As a child, co-director Stevens portrayed an orphan in both the Broadway production of Annie and the national tour. Years later, she would set out to see what became of the dozens of women who played orphans in the Broadway production between 1977 and 1983. ...
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Overview

Join filmmakers Gil Cates Jr. and Julie Stevens as they set out to speak with over 40 women who appeared in the hit musical Annie as young children while simultaneously exploring the benefits and drawbacks of entering into show business at such a tender age. As a child, co-director Stevens portrayed an orphan in both the Broadway production of Annie and the national tour. Years later, she would set out to see what became of the dozens of women who played orphans in the Broadway production between 1977 and 1983. From their performances in the production to the effect that the hectic schedule had on their childhoods, family lives, and future career prospects, this film offers an intimate look at a major production that helped thousands of children launch their careers in show business. In addition to interviews with Annie creators Martin Charnin and Charles Strouse, actresses Sarah Jessica Parker and Martha Byrne, recording artist Joanna Pacitti, songwriter Danielle Brisebois, and MSNBC anchor Dara Brown all discuss what it was like to appear as orphans in the beloved, long-running production.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Includes extended interviews with former Annie stars; Additional performances with reunited orphans; Slideshow of stills from the original Broadway show
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/26/2008
  • UPC: 829567048023
  • Original Release: 2006
  • Rating:

  • Source: Arts Alliance Amer
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Subtitled / Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:15:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 63,484

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Julie Stevens Participant
Sarah Jessica Parker Participant
Martha Byrne Participant
Allison Smith Participant
Danielle Brisebois Participant
Charles Strouse Participant
Dara Brown Participant
Martin Charnin Participant
Technical Credits
Gil Cates Jr. Director, Producer
Julie Stevens Director, Producer
Megan Cavallari Score Composer
Steven Escobar Editor
Tom Harting Cinematographer
Chris Kelly Executive Producer
Motty Reif Executive Producer
Meghan Strange Associate Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Life After Tomorrow
1. Introduction [2:12]
2. Every Little Girl [3:36]
3. Auditions [4:10]
4. We're a Hit [5:05]
5. Biggest Fan [1:53]
6. Taking Direction [6:54]
7. School on the Road [1:41]
8. Making Money [1:08]
9. Stage Mothers [4:48]
10. Exploiting Children [7:55]
11. Getting Fired [6:25]
12. Outgrowing Annie [4:15]
13. Dangling Promise [5:41]
14. Missing Annie [11:56]
15. Tomorrow [1:12]
16. Closing Credits [3:01]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Life After Tomorrow
   Play Feature
   Scene Selections
   Bonus Features
      Annie Creators
         Martin Charnin: Casting Kids
         Martin Charnin: From Comics to Stage
         Martin Charnin: Directing Children
         Martin Charnin: Across Generations
         Martin Charnin: Annie Popularity
         Martin Charnin: Tomorrow
         Charles Strouse: Dorothy Loudon
         Charles Strouse: Jay-Z
         Charles Strouse: Little Girls
         Charles Strouse: Tomorrow
         Charles Strouse: Choosing Keys
      Becoming Annie
      Physical Challenge
      Orphans Antics
      Getting Fired
      Understudy's Story
      Putting Kids in the Biz
      Big Disappointment
      Annie Movie
      Sandy
      Annie Museum
      Photo Slideshow
      Orphans Reunite
         It's the Hard-Knock Life At the Piano)
         It's the Hard-Knock Life (With Choreography)
         You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile (With Choreography)
      Trailer
   Subtitles
      Spanish Subtitles: On
      Spanish Subtitles: Off
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