Annie Oakley is a poor but spirited and happy country girl who lives by her native sharp-shooting. When she meets Buffalo Bill, he quickly makes her the star of his Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, where she meets and falls in love with expert rifleman Frank Butler. Unfortunately, the tough, outspoken Annie is not Frank's idea of what an ideal wife is and the two remain at competitive odds. Quickly, Annie replaces Franck as the main attraction in the show. When she meets the Chief of Indian tribe, Sitting Bull, he gives her some good advice: only by deliberately, but discreetly, losing a shooting contest can she win Frank. Annie does so and the show ends with the exuberant climax "There's No Business Like Show Business".
First show at the Maison de l'Etudiant, many notable differences between the Broadway version and the Dramafreaks' one: the Wild West Show tours in the US and not in the world. In that show the audience got to see Céline Dion perform and discovered a gay bar.