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Annie Get Your Gun   

Imperial Theatre, (5/16/1946 - 2/12/1949)
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Opening Date: May 16, 1946    
Closing Date: Feb 12, 1949 Total Performances: 1147

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
Music by Irving Berlin; Lyrics by Irving Berlin; Book by Herbert Fields and Dorothy Fields; Musical Director: Jay Blackton; Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang, Russell Bennett and Ted Royal; Vocal arrangements by Joe Moon; Piano Arangements by Helmy Kresa
Directed by Joshua Logan; Choreographed by Helen Tamiris
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard
General Manager: Morris Jacobs; Company Manager: Maurice Winters
General Stage Manager: Charles Atkin; Stage Manager: Beau Tilden
Conducted by John Passaretti; Orchestra Personnel Manager: Sol Gusikoff
General Press Representative: Michel Mok; Casting: John Fearnley; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner; Vocal Coach: Margot Hopkins; Press Associate: Abner D. Klipstein
Cast
Ethel Merman
Annie Oakley
Ray Middleton
Frank Butler
Franca Baldwin
Cowgirl
Ensemble
Truly Barbara
Mrs. Ernest Henderson
Art Barnett
Foster Wilson
Mr. Ernest Henderson
Jack Beaber
Ensemble
Harry Bellaver
Chief Sitting Bull
Leon Bibb
Waiter
2nd Waiter
Janice Bodenhoff
Ensemble
Kenny Bowers
Tommy Keeler
Bernice Brady
Ensemble
Jack Byron
Timothy Gardner
Marlene Cameron
Nellie
Annie's Sister
Pete Civello
Ensemble
Victor Clarke
Clyde Smith
Marjorie Crossland
Sylvia Potter-Porter
Camilla De Witt
Jessie
Annie's Sister
Robert Dixon
Freddie
Cliff Dunstan
Mac
Property Man
John Garth III
Trainman
Major Domo
Mary Ellen Glass
Little Girl
Marvin Goodis
Ensemble
Mary Grey
Cowgirl
Girl in White
Bernard Griffin
Cowboy
Dr. Percy Ferguson
Ellen Hanley
Mary
Vincent Henry
Ensemble
Bobby Hookey
Little Jake
Annie's Brother
Ray Hyson
Ensemble
Walter John
Yellow Foot
Pawnee's Messenger
Don Liberto
Harry
Mr. Schuyler Adams
Ostrid Lind
Louise
Ensemble
George Lipton
Major Gordon Lillie
Pawnee Bill
Roslynd Lowe
Ensemble
Jet MacDonald
Girl in Pink
Elizabeth Malone
Mrs. Black Tooth
Marty May
Charlie Davenport
Dusty McCaffrey
Ensemble
Roy Milton
Ensemble
Ruth Mitchell
Ensemble
Daniel Nagrin
Iron Tail
Wild Horse
Ceremonial Dancer
Duncan Noble
Ensemble
Betty Anne Nyman
Winnie Tate
William O'Neal
Col. Wm. F. Cody
Buffalo Bill
Lea Penman
Dolly Tate
Edward Pfeiffer
Ensemble
Jack Pierce
Cowboy
Nancy Jean Raab
Minnie
Annie's Sister
Nellie Ranson
Mrs. Yellow Foot
Dorothy Richards
Nancy
Mrs. Schyler Adams
Ensemble
Fred Rivett
Mr. Lockwood
Ensemble
Harriet Roeder
Ensemble
Alma Ross
Mrs. Little Horse
Lubov Roudenko
Riding Mistress
Clifford Sales
Little Boy
Bernice Saunders
Ensemble
Earl Sauvain
Andy Turner
Rob Taylor
Cowboy
John
Mr. Clay
Beau Tilden
Coolie
Clyde Turner
Porter
1st Waiter
Katrina Van Oss
Girl With Bouquet
Marietta Vore
Mrs. Percy Ferguson
Ensemble
Ruth Vrana
Debutante
William Weslow
Ensemble
Ken Whelan
Ensemble
Mary Woodley
Mabel
Ensemble
Helen Wysatt
Ensemble
Understudies: Jack Beaber (Iron Tail, Wild Horse), Leon Bibb (Major Domo, Trainman), Marietta Vore (Sylvia Potter-Porter) and William Weslow (Iron Tail, Wild Horse)
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
   
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