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Annie Get Your Gun
a Musical
CATEGORY : COMEDY CHILDREN MUSICAL
by Music and Lyrics by IRVING BERLIN Original Book by HERBERT AND DOROTHY FIELDS As Revised by PETER STONE

COMPANY : The Twilight Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Frederick Brown, Jr. Amphitheater [WEBSITE]
ID# 3475

SHOWING : September 18, 2009 - September 26, 2009

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

The Twilight Theatre is pleased to present this true-life story of Annie Oakley and Frank Butler in the late 1800s. Annie Get Your Gun is a fun, fast-paced musical full of dancing, shooting and recognizable music, all crafted around clever dialogue and a great love story.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Beth Nicholson
Director's Assistant Wendy Darling
Stage Manager Maggie Spears
Orchestra Conductor Mike Daniel
Music Director Barbara Zellner
Frank Butler Justin Badger
Dolly Tate Alison Chambers
Moonshine Trio Camille Edwards
Nellie Avery Grillo
Chief Sitting Bull Bob Grillo
Col Buffalo Bill Michael Houghtaling
Pawnee Bill Scott Houghtaling
Ensemble Leah Larson
Little Jake Ricky Macke
Winnie Tate Ginny Nicholson
Annie Oakley Hannah Beth Potter
Tommy Keeler Michael Reep
Foster Wilson Evan Stitt
Jessie Julia Stitt
Moonshine Trio Kira Walsh
Charlie Davenport Keith White
Ensemble Nora Wilfong
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