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Annie Get Your Gun   

Broadway Theatre, (9/21/1966 - 11/26/1966)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 21, 1966    
Closing Date: Nov 26, 1966 Total Performances: 78

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by Music Theater of Lincoln Center (Richard Rodgers: president and producing director)
Music by Irving Berlin; Lyrics by Irving Berlin; Book by Herbert Fields and Dorothy Fields; Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett; Dance arrangements by Richard De Benidictis; Musical Director: Jonathan Anderson
Directed by Jack Sydow; Dances and production numbers staged by Danny Daniels
Scenic Design by Paul McGuire; Costume Design by Frank Thompson; Lighting Design by Peter Hunt
Production Stage Manager: William Ross; Stage Manager: J. P. Regan and Iris O'Connor
Press Representative: Richard Maney
Cast
Ethel Merman
Annie Oakley
Bruce Yarnell
Frank Butler
Harry Bellaver
Chief Sitting Bull
Jack Dabdoub
Major Gordon Lillie
Pawnee Bill
Jerry Orbach
Charlie Davenport
Rufus Smith
Col. Wm. F. Cody
Buffalo Bill
Benay Venuta
Dolly Tate
Kenny Adams
Singer
Bobbi Baird
Mrs. Percy Ferguson
Singer
Diana Banks
Shy Girl
Dancer
Bjarne Buchtrup
Dancer
Chrysten Carroll
Singer
Lynn Carroll
Mrs. Ernest Henderson
Singer
Ronn Carroll
Foster Wilson
Mr. Schuyler Adams
Tony Catanzaro
Wild Horse
Ceremonial Dancer
Donna Conforti
Nellie
Annie's Sister
Audrey Dearden
Singer
Frank Derbas
Dancer
Joanne DiVito
Dancer
John Dorrin
Mac
Property Man
Mr. Clay
Singer
Lynn Dovel
Singer
Carolyn Dyer
Dancer
Mary Falconer
Mrs. Little Horse
Sylvia Potter-Porter
Singer
Rozann Ford
Dancer
Ronn Forella
Dancer
David Forssen
Waiter
Singer
Beno Foster
Porter
Singer
Marcelo Gamboa
Dancer
Patricia Hall
Mrs. Schyler Adams
Singer
Barbara Hancock
Dancer
Walt Hunter
Pawnee's Messenger
Mr. T.L.C. Keeler
Singer
Gary Jendell
Yellow Foot
Dancer
Daniel Joel
Dancer
Ben Laney
Major Domo
Singer
Ruth Lawrence
Dancer
Jim Lynn
Conductor
Singer
David Manning
Little Jake
Annie's Brother
Brynar Mehl
Iron Tail
Dancer
Deanna Melody
Little Girl
Florence Mercer
Singer
Gene Myers
Dancer
Kuniko Narai
Mrs. Yellow Foot
Dancer
Marc Rowan
Dr. Percy Ferguson
Singer
Eva Marie Sage
Mrs. Black Tooth
Dancer
Jeffrey Scott
Little Boy
Indian Boy
Holly Sherwood
Minnie
Annie's Sister
Grant Spradling
Mr. Ernest Henderson
Singer
Jeanne Tanzy
Jessie
Annie's Sister
Evelyn Taylor
Dancer
Susan Terry
Singer
Standby: Jack Dabdoub (Frank Butler) and Eileen Rodgers (Annie Oakley)
Understudies: Kenny Adams (Conductor), Ronn Carroll (Chief Sitting Bull), Joanne DiVito (Minnie), John Dorrin (Col. Wm. F. Cody), Ronn Forella (Wild Horse), David Forssen (Foster Wilson, Mr. Schuyler Adams, Mr. T.L.C. Keeler, Pawnee's Messenger), Walt Hunter (Major Gordon Lillie), Ben Laney (Mac, Mr. Clay), Jim Lynn (Charlie Davenport), Deanna Melody (Jessie, Nellie), Iris O'Connor (Dolly Tate), Marc Rowan (Major Domo, Waiter), Jeffrey Scott (Little Jake), Grant Spradling (Porter) and Susan Terry (Mrs. Little Horse, Mrs. Schyler Adams, Sylvia Potter-Porter)
Tony Award®
1967 Best Choreography [nominee]
Danny Daniels
1967 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee]
Jack Sydow
music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin
ACT 1 Sung By
Buffalo Bill Charlie Davenport and Ensemble
I'm a Bad, Bad Man Frank Butler and Girls
Doin' What Comes Natur'lly Annie Oakley, Kids and Foster Wilson
The Girl That I Marry Frank Butler
You Can't Get a Man With a Gun Annie Oakley
Show Business Col. Wm. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill), Charlie Davenport, Frank Butler and Annie Oakley
They Say It's Wonderful Frank Butler and Annie Oakley
Moonshine Lullaby Annie Oakley and "Moonshine Lullaby" Trio
I'll Share It All With You Winnie Tate and Tommy Keeler
Ballyhoo Riding Mistress and Show People
Show Business (Reprise) Annie Oakley
My Defenses Are Down Frank Butler and Boys
Wild Horse Ceremonial Dance Wild Horse (Ceremonial Dancer), Indian Braves and Maidens
I'm an Indian Too Annie Oakley
Adoption Dance Annie Oakley, Wild Horse (Ceremonial Dancer) and Braves
ACT 2 Sung By
Lost in His Arms Annie Oakley and Ensemble
Who Do You Love, I Hope Winnie Tate and Tommy Keeler
Sun in the Morning Annie Oakley, Ensemble and Dancers
They Say It's Wonderful (Reprise) Annie Oakley and Frank Butler
The Girl That I Marry (Reprise) Frank Butler
Anything You Can Do Annie Oakley and Frank Butler
Show Business (Reprise) Ensemble