Annie Get Your Gun

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June 6 – 29, 2008

Music & Lyrics by IRVING BERLIN

Book by HERBERT & DOROTHY FIELDS

Adapted by PETER STONE

Directed by TODD AIKENS

Irving Berlin’s ANNIE GET YOUR GUN opened at the Imperial Theatre on May 16, 1946, and ran for 1,147 performances.  It was the third longest running musical of the 1940’s and the biggest Broadway hit of Ethel Merman’s career, not to mention a Tony Award winning revival in 1999 starring Bernadette Peters.  It’s the musical that told us “There’s No Business Like Show Business” where we meet sharpshooter Annie Oakley who joins a Wild West show after she falls in love with the star, Frank Butler.  Of course, Frank insists that the girl he wants will “wear satin…and smell of cologne” but inevitably becomes enamoured of the tomboyish Annie.  That is until Annie’s star waxes just as his is waning, but this battle of the sexes isn’t over yet.  They pair up for one last duet in “Anything You Can Do”.Friday and Saturdays @ 8:00PM – Sundays @ 2:00PM

Senior/Student $16, Adult $18 – Group Rates Available

 Cast
Crew

Producers                                                JC Gibriano & Francine Mondi

 

Director                                                   Todd Aikens Music Directors                                         Christynn Cardino

Sean Morris

Choreographer                                        James Steele Lighting Designer Sound Designer                                        Matt Carlson Set Designer Costumer Stage Manager                                         Jennifer Dzama Crew Members Properties                                                Light Operator Sound Operator Make-up

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