OSWEGO – Howdy partners, this here is Buffalo Bill Coty talkin to ya again bout my comin to Oswega in a few weeks with my favorite show on earth, “Annie Get Your Gun.”
Now I be wantin to show off a little for a few days in this here news gazette, so I gonna tell ya bout these younins we are darn tootin lucky to have showin off in the play.
They been workin real hard night after night dancin and singin so as to put on a rootin tootin fun filled extravaganza for you folks out there that comes ta see us in the Frances Marion Brown Theater in the Civic Arts Center the end of this month.
Today I just picked three of these kiddos ta tell ya bout.
And will be tellin ya bout the rest as the days roll out.
So here goes…
Isaac is 7 years old and a second grader at Kingsford Elementary School. He enjoys Rubik’s Cubes, puzzles, history and working on science experiments to keep himself busy while not performing.
Isaac has been in a few local productions such as 101 Dalmatians, Christmas Story, Beauty and the Beast and now Annie Get Your Gun.
Isaac is looking forward to working on strengthening his singing and dancing skills for this show which will help him continue on his theater goal to one day star in his favorite musical, Phantom Of The Opera.
Isaac is very happy to play Carrot in “Annie Get Your Gun.”
Annilea started her theatrical career with the Oswego Players as a Snowflake in “The Nutcracker.”
She went on to appear in “Shrek the Musial Jr” (Baby Bear) with CNY Community Arts Center and most recently in that company’s production of “Beauty and the Beast, Jr” (Chip).
Annilea is a homeschooler who loves to sing to anyone, anywhere.
She has competed in the Oswego County and State Fair talent shows since she was 3 and was a finalist in the Oswego’s Got Talent show in 2019.
She’s very excited to appear as Little Jake in “Annie Get Your Gun.”
This is Caylyn’s fifth play and she loves being on stage.
She is an avid fan of Erin Hunter and loves animals.
Her favorite role to date was in “The Nutcracker” (Snow White).
Caylyn is very excited to have this opportunity to perform with this wonderful cast and she would like to thank Anne Raynor for introducing her to her love of acting.
And remember to get on that telly or get out that puter thing and get your tickets now.
They’s agoin faster than the wind whistling across the Ozarks.
Box office 315-343-5138 or online: oswegoplayers.org