Travel back in time to the late 1800s with sharp-shooter Annie Oakley and enjoy the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein. The cast includes Alicea DiPillo as Annie Oakley and Chad Mapes as Frank Butler, along with cowboys, indians, singers and dancers.

There’s still time to catch Mount Shasta High School’s upbeat musical, “Annie Get Your Gun,” this Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3, at Mount Shasta High School’s Robert E. Novo Gymnasium.

The productions are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. both nights. There is also a matinee on at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 1.

Travel back in time to the late 1800s with sharp-shooter Annie Oakley and enjoy the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein. The cast includes Alicea DiPillo as Annie Oakley and Chad Mapes as Frank Butler, along with cowboys, indians, singers and dancers.

“The music is upbeat, the characters lively and the show is jam-packed with great music that will leave every toe tapping,” said director Sue Villarreal.

She said the play was originally planned for the College of the Siskiyous’ Ford Theater, but the school was unable to afford it after an unexpected price rise for that venue.

Main characters include: Tommy Hake as Buffalo Bill Cody, Becky Weed as Dolly Tate, Kevin Lakin as Tommy Keeler, Audra Parkin as Winnie Tate, Josh Aguirre as Charlie Davenport, Ian Wharton as Foster Wilson, Chance Clark as Mac, Nick Benedict as Chief Sitting Bull, Tiana Mozina as Sally, Trinity Cameron-Locker as Nellie, Rayne Bangsberg as Jessie, Anna Thornton as Running Deer, Karly Dickinson as Eagle Feather, and Michelle O’Conner as Pawnee Bill.

The show is described as being suitable for all ages.

It runs approximately two hours with a 10 minute intermission. General admission is $8 a person.