Annie Get Your Gun

Broadway Return Engagement (1966)

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Choreography

Cast Highlights

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Charlie Davenport
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Dolly Tate
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Foster Wilson
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Frank Butler
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Annie Oakley
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Little Jake <i>(Her Brother)</i>
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Nellie <i>(Her Sister)</i>
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Col. William F. Cody <i>(Buffalo Bill)</i>
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Major Gordon Lillie <i>(Pawnee Bill)</i>
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Chief Sitting Bull

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Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • Colonel Buffalo Bill .... Charlie, Dolly and Ensemble
  • I'm a Bad, Bad Man .... Frank and Girls
  • Doin' What Comes Natur'lly .... Anniie, Children and Wilson
  • The Girl That I Marry .... Frank
  • You Can't Get a Man with a Gun .... Annie
  • There's No Business Like Show Business .... Annie, Frank, Buffalo Bill, Charlie
  • They Say It's Wonderful .... Annie and Frank
  • Moonshine Lullaby .... Annie, Trio and Children
  • Wild West Pitch Dance .... The Wild Horse and Dancers
  • There's No Business Like Show Business (Reprise) .... Annie
  • My Defenses Are Down .... Frank and Boys
  • Ceremonial Dance .... The Wild Horse and Indian Braves
  • I'm an Indian Too .... Annie
  • Adoption Dance .... Annie, The Wild Horse and Braves
  • You Can't Get a Man with a Gun (Reprise) .... Annie

Act Two

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  • Lost in His Arms .... Annie and Singers
  • There's No Business Like Show Business (Reprise) .... Frank, Dolly, Pawnee Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Adams
  • I Got the Sun in the Morning .... Annie and Company
  • Old Fashioned Wedding .... Annie and Frank
  • The Girl That I Marry (Reprise) .... Frank
  • Anything You Can Do .... Annie and Frank
  • Show Business (Reprise) .... Ensemble
  • They Say It's Wonderful (Finale) .... Entire Company

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Trivia & History

This return of the 1966 Music Theatre of Lincoln Center production was announced as a limited engagement, and it closed on schedule on November 26, 1966. Business was not nearly as good as it had been at the New York State Theatre or on the tour that came between that run and this return, but it was passable. Even if business had been better, this production would have had to close to make way for the move of Funny Girl out of the Majestic, which was necessary to make way in turn for Breakfast at Tiffany's to open at the Majestic. (Breakfast at Tiffany's ended up closing during previews at the Majestic.)


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