Location - Wells Fargo Pavilion
There’s no business like show business! Especially when you’re on tour with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. Sharpshooter Annie Oakley has eyes for chauvinistic Frank Butler, who’d rather have a girl who wears satin.
With music by Irving Berlin, including “Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better” and “I Got the Sun in the Morning” and the show-stopping hit, “There’s No Business Like Show Business.”
The cast of “Annie Get Your Gun” is led by Beth Malone as Annie Oakley. Malone created the role on Broadway of June Carter Cash in the Johnny Cash musical “Ring of Fire.” Malone also originated the roles Bettie Jean in “The Marvelous Wonderettes” and as Alison in “Bingo” off-Broadway.
Joining Malone is Edward Watts as Frank Butler, who just completed a year-and-a-half run in the off-Broadway production of “The Fantasticks.” In New York, Watts also appeared on Broadway in “Finian’s Rainbow,” at the New York City Opera in “The Most Happy Fella” and in the tours of “Les Miserables” and “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.”
Music Circus veteran Heather Lee returns for her 16th production as Frank Butler’s assistant, Dolly Tate. Audiences may recognize her from her performances under the tent as Miss Adelaide in “Guys and Dolls,” Beggar Woman in “Sweeney Todd,” and Cinderella in “Into the Woods,” among others.
The production will be directed by Gary John La Rosa who directed “Footloose” in 2004 and choreographed by John MacInnis, who recently associate choreographed the Tony Award-nominated musical “Book of Mormon” on Broadway.
Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields. Music by Irving Berlin.
Director – Gary John La Rosa
Choreographer – John MacInnis
Production Stage Manager – Craig A. Horness
Musical Director – Dennis Castellano
Costume Designer – David F. Draper
Scenic Designers – Scott Klier & Jamie Kumpf
Lighting Designer – Martin E. Vreeland
Sound Designer – Robert Sereno
Assistant Stage Manager – Andrew Haver
Hair, Wig and Makeup Designer – Judi Lewin
Paul Ainsley (Chief Sitting Bull)
Kim Arnett (Ensemble/Dance Captain)
Zac Ballard (Little Jake)
Miki Berg (Ensemble)
Elliott Bradley (Ensemble)
Jeff Brooks (Foster Wilson/Pawnee Bill)
Dick Decareau (Charlie Davenport)
Haley Finerman (Jessie)
Rachel Finerman (Nellie)
Jenny Florkowski (Ensemble)
Drew Franklin (Ensemble)
Alexa Glover (Ensemble)
Luke Hawkins (Ensemble)
Michael D. Jablonski (Tommy Keeler)
Matthew J. Kilgore (Ensemble)
Heather Lee (Dolly Tate)
Beth Malone (Annie Oakley)
Robin Masella (Ensemble)
Jeffrey Pew (Ensemble)
Lisa Rohinsky (Ensemble)
Peyton Royal (Ensemble)
Jill Townsend (Winnie Tate)
Edward Watts (Frank Butler)
Ron Wisniski (Buffalo Bill Cody)
Content Guide: "Annie Get Your Gun" is recommended for theatregoers 4 and over.