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Cahn Auditorium
at Northwestern University 600 Emerson Street Evanston, IL 60208
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91 events
37 reviews
6 stars
Free parking nearby in Northwestern University parking garages.
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The weather was sunny. I wore slacks and nice top.
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"Annie Get Your Gun"
14 ratings
4.8 average rating
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34 events
33 reviews
0 stars
attended Dec 27 2013

The show was very well done and a lot of fun. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Only one slight criticism: Colette Todd (Annie Oakley) sort of kept slipping in and out of her "country" accent and sounding like Ethel Merman sometimes and like a fine...continued

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7 reviews
7 stars
attended Dec 21 2013

Terrific production.... the two leads are perfectly cast and I loved the cleverly-choreagraphed dance numbers... highly recommend!

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6 reviews
6 stars
attended Dec 31 2013

Everything was as I had expected. The scenery, costumes and music were wonderful. The dancing was over the top in choreoagraphy and costuming. The lead Annie was charming and adept at her performance. It was a most enjoyable evening.

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About the Ticket Supplier: Light Opera Works

Light Opera Works is a resident professional not-for-profit theater in Evanston, Illinois, founded in 1980. The company’s mission is to produce music theater from a variety of world traditions. Works include American, British, Viennese and French operettas such as Sweethearts, H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates of Penzance, Die Fledermaus, The Merry Widow and Beautiful Helen of Troy (La Belle); classic American musical theater, such as Candide, Fiddler on the Roof and Camelot, and new works such as Ragtime, Soup du Jour and No Way to Treat a Lady. All productions are in English, with foreign works done in carefully edited modern translations. Maximum scholarship is employed to preserve the original vocal and orchestral material as well as the spirit of the original text whenever possible.