|The look of Miss Hannigan....and a question about the doll
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|Author:||The Duchess of Mint [ Sat Oct 21, 2017 5:06 am ]|
|Post subject:||The look of Miss Hannigan....and a question about the doll|
Dear "Annie" Fans,
Which style does Miss Hannigan usually reflect during most of the show? I mean, I know that she evokes a 1930s fashion aesthetic, but which kind of a 1930s fashion aesthetic does she evoke, and how is she usually portrayed, looks-wise?
Like, does she usually dress in sort of fanciful, ridiculously flamboyant clothes, or in clothing that reflects a woman who is only moderately successful, or in clothing that's just barely presentable[/i][/i] and clean? Is she usually dressed as though she's trying to pick up men, or does she usually look fairly modest? Does she usually look like a drunk, or does she just act like one, or is it no longer PC to even portray Miss Hannigan as a drunk during the 2010s?
Are her looks used to vilify her character? Is her hair made to be extra stringy, or messy-looking? Does she sport stage "sweat stains", distressed clothing, messy mascara, scratched-up high heels, cheap jewelry, tight-bodiced dresses, or clothing that makes her look like a saggy, Over-the-Hill sourpuss?
I'm also curious to know which color her hair usually is, and if there have ever been any grey / greying Miss Hannigans onstage.
With regards to the song, "Little Girls", is there usually a doll involved, and does Miss Hannigan usually pull the doll's head off, or does she just toss the doll across the stage?
Thanks in advance for your replies.
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