Re: re:huh?

by k-the-O ;-) (no login)

 

"I agree. I'm 17 and my friend's 11-year-old sister is taller than me. Plus, the kids in Annie are supposed to be between 6 and 13, so it's not very unthinkable for them to be taller. It would just be harder to distinguish them from the adults."

Right. Which is why there is a height requirement. Also, the tour has to consider possible growth spurts and replacements. It's better if the kids are on the smaller side so that they won't have to be replaced every other month. This is a SHOW BUSINESS people. It is not a forum to raise your child's self-esteem.

rolling eyes






Posted on Aug 11, 2008, 11:44 AM
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