THE WHO WAS? SHOW
The Who Was? Show, Featuring Annie's Lilla Crawford, Now Available on Netflix
PLAYBILL, MAY 17, 2018
Netflix's THE WHO WAS? SHOW Starring Lilla Crawford Now Available for Streaming
BROADWAY WORLD, MAY 17, 2018
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NICKALIVE!, JUNE 6, 2017
Nickelodeon USA To Premiere "Sunny Day" On Monday 21st August 2017
NICKALIVE!, MAY 23, 2017
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HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, MAY 23, 2017
LITTLE MISS PERFECT
Lilla was interviewed by Chelsea Earlewine at a screening of "Little Miss Perfect" at the DGA Theater in New York City on March 4, 2016.
LITTLE RED: Lilla Crawford on her promising career and Disney's Into the Woods
NY Castings, October 30, 3014
Entertainment Weekly cover story
Entertainment Weekly, October 30, 2014
Broadway Baby? No Way! She's 11 Already!
The New York Times, September 26, 2012
For ‘Annie’ actress on Broadway, the sun has come out
The Washington Post, November 8, 2012
"The delicate-featured but indefatigable Ms. Crawford, who is possessed of both a golden glow and a voice of brass, is pretty close to perfect in the title role."
— Ben Brantley, The New York Times
"Crawford’s adorable, of course, and sings flawlessly..."
"Well leapin' lizards, this time around, the most impressive thing about Annie is Annie herself: 11-year-old Lilla Crawford. Crawford, employing a winning Noo Yawk accent, brims with confidence alongside her talented costars. Not even a distracted pooch can divert attention from the kid’s utterly delightful performance. Early in the first act, Crawford kneels down with Sandy to sing “Tomorrow,” a pitch-perfect take on that musical touchstone."
"Eleven-year-old Lilla Crawford makes a feisty Annie and earns points for speaking and singing with a New Yawk accent. In her big solo “Tomorrow,” she channels Ethel Merman and shows off a belt as big and wide as a city bridge."
— New York Daily News
"The heart of the show, as it should be, is Crawford’s Annie. The 11-year-old actress has the vocal chops necessary to sock the songs across, but also the tough pragmatism to command a roomful of heavyweight politicians without coming off as obnoxious."
— The Hollywood Reporter