Annie Get Your Gun Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Get Your Gun  | 

July 28 — August 23
One of the most beloved musicals of Broadway’s Golden Age returns to the stage with the strongest and most revolutionary Annie Oakley you’ve ever seen. Join us as a bluegrass band strums such memorable Irving Berlin songs as There’s No Business Like Show Business, Anything You Can Do, I Got the Sun in the Morning, and more.

“A joy to behold”

-Onstage Blog

Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin

Book by Dorothy & Herbert Fields

Directed by Sarna Lapine

2 hours, 20 minutes
One 15-minute intermission

Members: Free

Tickets: $25+

One of the most beloved musicals of Broadway’s Golden Age returns to the stage with the strongest and most revolutionary Annie Oakley you’ve ever seen. Join us as a bluegrass band strums such memorable Irving Berlin songs as There’s No Business Like Show Business, Anything You Can Do, I Got the Sun in the Morning, and more.

“A joy to behold”

-Onstage Blog
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Creative Team

Irving Berlin (Composer)

Irving Berlin, the composer of the music and lyricist for Annie Get Your Gun, was born in Tyumen, Russia, on May 11, 1888, and immigrated to New York as a child. He would become one of the most popular songwriters in the United States, with hits like Alexander’s Ragtime Band, What’ll I Do, God Bless America, and White Christmas. His music forms a great part of the Great American Songbook.

Herbert & Dorothy Fields (Book Writers)

Herbert & Dorothy Fields are the brother and sister team who wrote the book for Annie Get Your Gun. Dorothy started writing songs for Tin Pan Alley and Broadway in the 1920s. From the 1930s on, Dorothy also worked for Hollywood with her partner, composer Jimmy McHugh. She won an Oscar for the song The Way You Look Tonight from Swing Time (1936), which she had written with Jerome Kern. Herbert was a writer and actor, known for Hit the Deck (1955), 50 Million Frenchmen (1931) and Joy of Living (1938). Dorothy and Herbert won two Tony Awards in 1959 for Redhead including Best Musical and shared the award for Best Book/Libretto with Sidney Sheldon and David Shaw.

Open Captioning

The Open Captioned performance of Annie Get Your Gun will be on Sunday, Aug 16 at 2:00 PM.

Support for Open Captioning is provided in part by TDF. This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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