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meet anne dillon


“Anne Dillon Loflin lights up — somehow, without special effects that I could see — from within.”

–Tuscaloosa News, Little Women


Anne Dillon Loflin was born and raised in Huntsville, AL. She is a 2020 graduate of the University of Alabama, where she received a B.A. in Musical Theatre, earning Summa Cum Laude distinction and was a member of the UA Honors College. 

Along with theatrical performance, Anne Dillon loves writing and recording original music. Her first two singles can be found on Spotify and all streaming platforms. 

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“Anne Dillon Loflin lights up — somehow, without special effects that I could see — from within...[she] never lets her Beth become pitiable. Her Beth is…the hearth of this home. When (she is) away, chills tease the air.”

Tuscaloosa News, Little Women


“Despite the crowd’s seeming indifference before the show, when two of the musical’s main characters shared an emotional scene downstage (“Some Things are Meant to Be”), there were sniffles “heard across the room.”

The Crimson White, Little Women


“Breaking in with a rare moment of relief, after one harrowing scene, a manic swarm of ukuleles bounce into the ironically jolly song (composed by Anne Dillon Loflin) “If Everybody Worked as Hard as Me.”

Tuscaloosa News, Vinegar Tom


“Loflin, a native of Huntsville, began a program (called Tide Turners) teaching dance to students in UA’s CrossingPoints for individuals with intellectual disabilities.”

- The University of Alabama News

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