Annie on My Mind


In 1991, as part of BBC Radio 5's programming for gay teenagers, producer Anne Edyvean directed a dramatization of the novel, written by Sarah Daniels.[11]

In 1994, Kim J. Smith collaborated with Nancy Garden to write a play based on her novel.[12] The play premiered on November 4, 1994 at the Renegade Theatre in Lawrence, Kansas. Fred Phelps and some of his followers picketed the event. The play was the only production of the Renegade Youth Theatre's "Banned Book Theatre".[13]

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