It was called Annie Jr. meaning the more "adult" parts of the play were taken out (think drunk Miss Hannigan dancing around in lingerie.)
I thought this would be fine.
On the way there I started outlining the story for her and it was then the questions starting coming at me as if shot from a tommy gun.
"What do you mean she doesn't have any parents? Where did they go? Why do they call them orphans?"
When the show began, the questions rained down fast and furious.
"Why are they sleeping on the floor?"
"Where are they?" It doesn't look like they are inside, there is a window, see Mama."
"How old is Annie?"
"Who is dressed up as the dog? That's a real dog?!"
"Is that her real hair?"
"It doesn't look red to me, more brownish."
"Is the big girl on the left wearing a wig?"
"Is that boy wearing a wig?"
"Is the little girl wearing a wig?"
"Is that a grown up or a kid?"
We made it to intermission and that's about it.
Clearly we need some more "prep" work before going into our next play.