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Annie Get Your Gun   Tour  

 
Opening Date: March 9, 1993    
Closing Date: January 10, 1994

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, National Tour



Production Staff
Produced by Tom McCoy, Tom Mallow, ATP/Dodger, PACE Theatrical Group, Inc. and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Produced in association with Broadway Theatre Guild and Ellis & Michael Weatherly
Originally produced by The Houston Grand Opera
Book by Herbert Fields and Dorothy Fields; Music by Irving Berlin; Lyrics by Irving Berlin; Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett, Michael Gibson and Brian W. Tidwell; Musical Director: Brian W. Tidwell
Directed by Susan H. Schulman; Choreographed by Michael Lichtefeld; Associate Director: Francis Lombardi
Scenic Design by Heidi Landesman and Joel Reynolds; Costume Design by Catherine Zuber; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Sound Design by Gary M. Stocker; Hair Design by David H. Lawrence
Executive Producer: George MacPherson
Production Stage Manager: Bryan Young
Musical Supervisor: Brian W. Tidwell
Casting: Julie Hughes and Barry Moss; Press Representative: Laura Matalon
Cast
Cathy Rigby
Annie Oakley
Paul V. Ames
Charlie Davenport
Brent Barrett
Frank Butler
Mauricio Bustamante
Chief Sitting Bull
Erick Devine
Col. Wm. F. Cody
Buffalo Bill
Mike O'Carroll
Foster Wilson
Conductor
Major Gordon Lillie
Pawnee Bill
K. T. Sullivan
Dolly Tate
Ana Maria Andricain
Ensemble
John Antony
Cowboy #2
Footman
Ensemble
Bill Bateman
Mr. Schuyler Adams
Ensemble
Stephen Bourneuf
Cowboy #1
Ensemble
Joe Bowerman
Stillwater
Ensemble
Catherine Gardner
Indian Girl
Ensemble
Lisa Hanna
Ensemble
Robin Lusby
Mrs. Sylvia Potter-Porter
Ensemble
Ryan Mason
Little Jake
Annie's Brother
Ensemble
Kaitlin McCoy
Jessie
Annie's Sister
Ensemble
Theresa McCoy
Nellie
Annie's Sister
Ensemble
Marty McDonough
Mac
Property Man
Ensemble
Sharon Moore
Ensemble
Wendy Piper
Mrs. Ernest Henderson
Ensemble
Hugh B. Richards
Ensemble
Lynn Shuck
Mrs. Schuyler Adams
Ensemble
Robert Preston Smith
Pawnee's Messenger
Ensemble
John Walden
Porter
Ensemble
Leigh-Anne Wencker
Ensemble
Swings: Anna Maria D'Antonio and Craig Waletzko
Understudies: Ana Maria Andricain (Annie Oakley, Mrs. Ernest Henderson, Mrs. Schuyler Adams), John Antony (Frank Butler, Pawnee's Messenger), Bill Bateman (Charlie Davenport, Chief Sitting Bull, Foster Wilson, Major Gordon Lillie), Joe Bowerman (Mac), Catherine Gardner (Jessie, Little Jake, Nellie), Robin Lusby (Dolly Tate), Theresa McCoy (Indian Girl), Marty McDonough (Charlie Davenport), Mike O'Carroll (Col. Wm. F. Cody), Hugh B. Richards (Stillwater), Lynn Shuck (Dolly Tate, Mrs. Sylvia Potter-Porter), Robert Preston Smith (Chief Sitting Bull, Foster Wilson, Major Gordon Lillie), Craig Waletzko (Conductor, Footman, Mac, Mr. Schuyler Adams, Porter, Stillwater) and Leigh-Anne Wencker (Mrs. Sylvia Potter-Porter)
Filter by City:  
Engagement Dates Theatre City and State
Jan 5, 1994 - Jan 10, 1994 ASU Gammage Tempe, AZ
Dec 28, 1993 - Jan 2, 1994 Heinz Hall Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 16, 1993 - Nov 21, 1993 Ordway Center For The Performing Arts St. Paul, MN
Nov 9, 1993 - Nov 14, 1993 Tennessee Performing Arts Center Nashville, TN
Nov 5, 1993 - Nov 7, 1993 Hayes Hall Naples, FL
Nov 2, 1993 - Nov 4, 1993 Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Sarasota, FL
Oct 26, 1993 - Oct 31, 1993 Kentucky Center For The Performing Arts Louisville, KY
Oct 12, 1993 - Oct 17, 1993 Saenger Theatre (LA) New Orleans, LA
Oct 5, 1993 - Oct 10, 1993 David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts Tampa, FL
Sep 28, 1993 - Oct 3, 1993 Connor Palace Cleveland, OH
Aug 3, 1993 - Aug 8, 1993 Starlight Theatre Kansas City, MO
Jul 13, 1993 - Aug 1, 1993 National Theatre Washington, DC
Jul 6, 1993 - Jul 11, 1993 The Muny St. Louis, MO
Jun 22, 1993 - Jun 27, 1993 Majestic Theatre - San Antonio San Antonio, TX
Jun 8, 1993 - Jun 20, 1993 Music Hall At Fair Park Dallas, TX
Jun 1, 1993 - Jun 6, 1993 Fox Theatre Atlanta, GA
May 25, 1993 - May 30, 1993 DeVos Hall Grand Rapids, MI
May 4, 1993 - May 16, 1993 Colonial Theatre Boston, MA
Apr 30, 1993 - May 2, 1993 Hershey Theatre Hershey, PA
Apr 27, 1993 - Apr 28, 1993 Peace Center For The Performing Arts Greenville, SC
Apr 23, 1996 - Apr 25, 1993 Wright Center Birmingham, AL
Apr 20, 1993 - Apr 22, 1993 Opera House In Lexington Lexington, KY
Apr 16, 1993 - Apr 18, 1993 Wharton Center for the Performing Arts East Lansing, MI
Apr 13, 1993 - Apr 15, 1993 Crouse-Hinds Theater - Mulroy Civic Center at Oncenter Syracuse, NY
Apr 6, 1993 - Apr 11, 1993 Bushnell Hartford, CT
Mar 9, 1993 - Apr 4, 1993 Morris A. Mechanic Theatre Baltimore, MD