No business like Annie Oakley
IRVING Berlin's rip roaring Wild Western musical Annie Get Your Gun comes to the stage of the Regent Centre in Christchurch for four performances next week.
Produced by Theatre 2000, it follows the successful The Sound of Music last November.
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This is the show that boasts the booming Ethel Merman anthem, There's No Business Like Show Business, as well as The Girl That I Marry, I Got The Sun In The Mornin', Anything You Can Do, You Can't Get A Man With A Gun and Old Fashioned Wedding.
It is set in the Mid West during the 1880s, where Annie Oakley is a hillbilly invited to join Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show as a sharp shooter.
She's not so sharp when it comes to men, and even though handsome marksman Frank Butler is the object of her desires, she can't understand that her ability to outshoot him won't win his heart.
The show is directed by Albert Brown with MD Lee Marchant presiding over a ten-piece band and choreography in the capable feet of Angie Broomfield.
The cast includes Sarah Bayliss as Annie, Frank Ewins as Frank, Laura Lambert-Hutchinson as Winnie, Lee McGowan as Tommy, Peter Burdon as Buffalo Bill, Bryan Newman as Charlie Davenport and Chris Duell as Dolly Tate.