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  • Photo by Davis Hotard -- The children playing the cast of orphans in Theatre Baton Rouge's production of the Broadway hit musical, "Annie," gather around actor Chip Davis on Thursday, May 30, for a ceremonial head shaving for his role as the traditionally bald Daddy Warbucks. The show opens Friday, June 6, and runs Thursdays through Sundays undil Sunday, June 22.

  • Photo by Davis Hotard -- Molly Beth Blanchard, who plays the title role in Theatre Baton Rouge's production of the musical, "Annie," takes her turn at shaving Chip Davis' head on Thursday, May 30. Davis plays the traditionally bald Daddy Warbucks in the production, which opens on Friday, June 6, and runs through Sunday, June 22.

  • Photo by Davis Hotard -- Members -playing Theatre Baton Rouge's cast of orphans took turns shaving Chip Davis' head on Thursday, May 30, as part of his preparation in playing Daddy Warbucks in the theater's production of the Broadway musical, "Annie."

  • Photo by Davis Hotard -- Chip Davis sat still while members making up the cast of orphans in Theatre Baton Rouge's production of the musical, "Annie," took turns shaving his head on Thursday, May 30. Hotard will play Daddy Warbucks in the musical, whch is based on the comic strip, "Little Orphan Annie."

  • Photo by Davis Hotard -- Even the smallest of cast members playing the orphans in Theatre Baton Rouge's production of the Broadway musical, "Annie," took a turn at shaving Chip Davis' head on Thursday, May 30. Davis will play the traditionally bald Daddy Warbucks in this show directed by Jenny Ballard. Jason Bayle is the music director, and Mary Bayle is the choreographer.

  • Photo by Davis Hotard -- Chip Davis smiles as cast members take turns shaving his head for Theatre Baton Rouge's production of the Broadway musical, "Annie." Davis plays the traditionally bald Daddy Warbucks in this show that stages a cast of 19 children and 10 adults.

  • Photo by Davis Hotard -- Chip Davis sits still while cast members take turns shaving his head on Thursday, May 30, in preparation for his role of Daddy Warbucks in Theatre Baton Rouge's production of the Broadway musical, "Annie." The show opens on Friday, June 6, and runs weekends through Sunday, June 22.

  • Photo by Davis Hotard -- Chip Davis as he will appear on stage as Daddy Warbucks in Theatre Baton Rouge's production of the Broadway musical, "Annie." The show opens on Friday, June 6.

  • Photo by Davis Hotard -- Children playing the cast of orphans in Theatre Baton Rouge's production of the Broadway musical, "Annie," gather around Chip Davis on Thursday, May 30, after helping to shave his head for the role of the traditionally bald Daddy Warbucks. The show runs weekends from Friday, June 6, through Sunday, June 22.