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Oklahoma poster

November 10th - 18th, 2006
Victor Mitchell Theatre - Pumphouse Theatres

Music by Richard Rodgers, book & lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

Directed by Faith Casement, Musical Direction by Derek Demierre, Choreography by Karen Iwanski

Rogers and Hammerstein use of song and dance to tell their simple tale of cowhands and farmers finding love and community in the Oklahoma territory caught the imagination and patriotic passion of wartime America. Laurey, a spunky girl who runs her aunt's farm, is courted by two very different young men: Curly, an brash cowhand, and Jud, a surly, pathological farmhand. Her journey to find the man of her dreams and the satisfaction of settling down with the right one (it's Curly, if you hadn't guessed) underscores the journey of the territory toward progress, community, and statehood. Featured songs include Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin', The Surrey with the Fringe on Top, I Cain't Say No and of course the title song Oklahoma

Kira Daly, Mary Ann Tenove, Tim Elliott, Allen Crowley, Francis Lee, Danielle Taplin and Heimen Van Essen in OklahomaAllen Crowley, Tanis Laatsch and Shea Christie in OklahomaDennis Daly, Christine Horne, Sarah McShee, Tanis Laatsch, Andrea O'Brien, Justin Crowe, Lynn Rowley, Shea Christie, Kira Daly, Allen Crowley, Caitlynne Medrek, Danielle Taplin, Jutah Hinds, Francis Lee, Les Sorenson, Maddie Krentz, Bryan Smith, Allissa Blondin, Amy Tenove, Stephanie Kolk, Sean Richards, Mary Ann Tenove, David Wiens, Allison O'Toole, Annie Pentney, Kyle Tenove, Tim Elliott, Ryan Ledaire, Samantha Begelfor, Ben Blondin, Shari Finkleman, Suzanne Berg, Alyssa Durnie, Raymond Wells, Heimen Van Essen and Jenifer Schaefer in Oklahoma

Oklahoma is presented with special permissions through the Rogers & Hammerstein Theatre Library

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