Bay Street Theater Extends Annie Get Your Gun, Starring Alexandra Socha

Production Photos   Bay Street Theater Extends Annie Get Your Gun, Starring Alexandra Socha
 
Sarna Lapine directs the production, which incorporates elements from Dorothy Fields’ original script.
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Alexandra Socha and the Cast of Annie Get Your Gun Lenny Stucker

Alexandra Socha will keep hitting the bull's eye in Annie Get Your Gun, which has been extended until September 1. The former Head Over Heels star plays Annie Oakley opposite Matt Saldivar (Bernhardt/Hamlet, Honeymoon in Vegas) as Frank Butler. Performances began July 30 at the Sag Harbor, New York venue.

Sarna Lapine, director of the London-bound revival of Sunday in the Park With George, directs the new production of the Irving Berlin classic, which incorporates elements from book writer Dorothy Fields’ original script to approach Oakley's story as a female trailblazer in a modern way.

The 1946 musical features music and lyrics by Berlin, with a book co-written by Dorothy and Herbert Fields.

Flip through photos from the production below:

The cast also features Jennifer Sanchez as Dolly Tate, Jonathan Joss as Sitting Bull, George Abud as Charlie, Isa Mooney as Jessie, Meaghan McInnes as Nellie, Oge Agulé as Pawnee Bill, Orville Mendoza as Buffalo Bill, Stephen Lee Anderson as Foster Wilson, and Will Hantz as Little Jake.

Rounding out the ensemble are Aidan Ziegler-Hansen, Allison Marie Walsh, Davis MacLeod Haines, Erica Spyres, and Kara Mikula.

The creative team includes Sarah O’Gleby (choreography), Mikiko Suzuki MacAdams (set design), Andy Einhorn (music direction), Jiyoun Chang (lighting design), Valérie Thérèse Bart (costume design), Jane Shaw (sound design), Elizabeth Printz (wig, hair and makeup design), Andrew Diaz (props design), Jane Pole (stage manager) and Binder Casting (casting).

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