Calamity Jane

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United States frontierswoman and legendary figure of the Wild West noted for her marksmanship (1852-1903)

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One of the virtues of Calamity Jane for a company is that there are several musical numbers for a chorus, and their enjoyment came across in such great songs as 'The Deadwood Stage', 'Windy City' and particularly in the glorious 'The Black Hills of Dakota.' .' The show is named after the real life Calamity Jane, Martha Jane Canary, and Calamity is on stage for much of the show for large parts of the show and consequently has a large amount of dialogue and singing.
From Calamity Jane to Pillow Talk and the Pajama Game, Day's roles often followed a pattern usually scatter-brain, funny, fast-talking, quicker-thinking women with a whirling energy which captivated her co-stars and audiences alike.
Roslyn Dale plays Calamity Jane WHILEWILD Bill Hickok, is brought to the stage by Simon Thomas.
After our tour ended, the Dumonts took over care of Chris and Calamity Jane. In late summer 1991 the security situation became so unsafe that most U.S.
French claims that Calamity Jane, owned and run by Grey's Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo, have offered to create a TV series and a comic book based on his biography, The Devil - which chronicles his criminal activities in Liverpool.
Rootin' tootin gal Calamity Jane is a crack shot with a gun, but is a laughing stock in the eyes of the dashing Wild Bill Hickok.
2 CALAMITY JANE Tomorrow, ITV3, 4.20pm IT'S whip-crack-away with Doris Day and Howard Keel in David Butler's classic 1953 musical inspired by the life of the rootin' tootin' heroine, replete with unforgettable songs like I Can Do Without You and Secret Love.
According to "The Life and Adventures of Calamity Jane" written by, you guessed it, Calamity Jane, her maiden name was Martha, or as she wrote it, "Marthy" Cannary.
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Calamity Jane, Sunderland Empire, until Saturday THIS touring production has been on the road since last summer with largely the same cast, so it's no surprise that Tuesday's opener was slick and professional.
Martha Jane Canary, known to history as Calamity Jane, was a larger-than-life figure of the 19th-century American West.
The Life and Times of Calamity Jane provides a fine biography of the real Calamity Jane and her life, attends to contrasting legend with reality, and provides new facts about a life that has been written about in many other places.
When I call, she's arriving in Nottingham, where Calamity Jane is opening for its run before it moves to Cardiff, and while she hasn't got long until she's called to the stage for last-minute checks, she's more than generous with her "down time".