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Oklahoma! Show History
Rodgers & Hammerstein
Lynn Riggs, the Playwright
Green Grow the Lilacs
Agnes de Mille
Who is Who, The Characters
Fun and Random Facts
Oklahoma State History
The Louisiana Purchase
The Trail of Tears
KENNEDY THEATRE PRODUCTION
Cast and Crew OKLAHOMA Memories
Your Memories Contest
FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
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Welcome to the website for the Fall 2011 Production of
at Kennedy Theatre!
Here, you will be able to find information about, not only the show itself, but also about UHM's production, including costume and set development. You will also be able to find teacher guides and additional resources to help educate your students about the show and our production.
Marc Platt (as Dream Curley) and Katharine Sergava (as Dream Laurey) dance together in a scene from the original production of the Broadway musical Oklahoma! at the St. James Theatre, New York City, 1943.
We hope that you'll come and join us on our journeys as we explore Rodgers & Hammerstein's masterpiece
Yining Lin (Dramaturg)
Lurana Donnels O'Malley (Director) Contact at
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Music by Richard Rodgers
Book, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Directed by Lurana Donnels O'Malley
Musical Direction by Phil Hidalgo
Choreography by Harmony S. L. Aguilera and Cindy Hartigan
Change is in the air in the Oklahoma Territory in 1906. Statehood is imminent; ranchers and farmers struggle to put aside differences; Curly wrestles with his future. As Laurey makes the transition from girl to woman, dreams intercept reality. Some of Rodgers and Hammerstein's most memorable songs blend with dance and story in a fresh interpretation of this landmark musical. Recommended for ages 11 and above.
Nov. 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19
at 7:30 PM.
Nov. 13, 20
at 2 PM.
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about the Kennedy Theatre production
To make a Group Ticket Reservation
OKLAHOMA! is presented through special arrangement with R&H Theatricals @
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