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1860: Annie Oakley, marksman who starred in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, was born.
The musical, which opened last night, stars Jason Donovan, Norman Pace, and Emma Williams as Little Annie Oakley, and tells the story of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.
It's one heck of a role as Annie was an incredible woman, just 15 when she joined Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.
Oakley's amazing talent led to a starring role in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, which propelled her to become the first American female superstar.
Oakley became famous for her marksmanship while travelling in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.
Everything that has happened here since we first went into print has been recorded - from tragedy to council meetings, the visit of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, Houdini escaping from Huddersfield police cells, mundane court cases and murder hunts.
Just as Buffalo Bill's Wild West show was welcomed by roaring crowds in Nashville more than a century ago, Cheekwood anticipates that Nashville and the entire region will receive this show with great energy and enthusiasm," said Jane Offenbach, Cheekwood's President & CEO.
Darling plays Frank Butler, the star of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.