Noon, who was seen as Elphaba in the national tour of Wicked, as well as Village productions of Cats and Play It By Heart, will be joined by Dane Stokinger (Stunt Girl, The Full Monty at the Village) as Frank Butler and Hugh Hastings (Stunt Girl, Little Women at the Village) as Buffalo Bill.
Village artistic director Steve Tomkins will stage Annie Get Your Gun, which will play Issaquah through Dec. 31 prior to arriving in Everett, WA, Jan. 6-29, 2012.
The cast will also feature Kathryn Van Meter (Dolly Tate), Gabe Corey (Tommy Keeler), Kasey Nusbickel (Ensemble), Adam Somers (Ensemble), John David Scott (Ensemble), Kristin Culp (Ensemble), Casey Craig (Ensemble), Casey Raiha (Charlie Davenport), Brittany Jameison (Ensemble), Johnny Patchamatla (Sitting Bull), Cameron Lewis (Ensemble/Foster Wilson), Noel Barbuto (Pawnee Bill), Jon Lutyens (Ensemble), Will Halsey (Ensemble), Katin Jacobs-Lake (Ensemble), Matt Wade (Ensemble), Dan Connor (Ensemble), Jessica Low (Ensemble), Rebekah Witt (Ensemble), Taylor Niemeyer (Winnie Tate), Fawn Ledesma (Ensemble), Aneliese Guettinger (Jessie), Maggie Berry (Nellie) and Josh Feinsilber (Little Jake).
Annie Get Your Gun has a book by Herbert Fields and a score by Berlin. Stand-out songs from the musical about the infamous stars of Buffalo Bill's traveling show, Annie Oakley and Frank Butler, include "There’s No Business Like Show Business,” "Old Fashioned Wedding," “Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better," "I Got Lost In His Arms" and "Moonshine Lullaby."
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