In 2009, we revisited our successful production of Oklahoma which was last staged in 2001.
Set at the turn of century, the high-spirited rivalry between farmers and cowboys provides the background for the love story of Curly and Laurey, despite the efforts of farm hand Jud to derail their romance to have Laurey for himself. Eventually true love prevails and Curly, Laurey, their friends and family live happily ever after as they prepare for their territory to join the United States of America.
The classic Rodgers and Hammerstein score includes Oh What A Beautiful Mornin’, Kansas City, The Farmer and The Cowman and the iconic title song Oklahoma (which is now the state’s official anthem).
The production raised £2,500 which was donated to Moorcroft School.
|Aunt Eller||Jenny Rigby|
|Jud Fry||Simon Tidball|
|Ado Annie||Claire Ridley|
|Will Parker||Tudor Williams|
|Ali Hakhim||Ben Banks|
|Andrew Cairns||Maxwell Harkness|
|Ike Skidmore||Matthew Ridley|
|Cord Elam||Brian Coles|
|Book and Lyrics||Oscar Hammerstein II|
|Musical Director||Jean George|
|Rehearsal Pianist||Jamie Blethyn|
|Stage Manager||Michael George|
|Lighting||The Compass Theatre|
|Act One||Act Two|
|Overture||The Farmer And The Cowman|
|Oh What A Beautiful Morning||All Er Nothin|
|The Surrey With The Fringe On Top||People Will Say We're In Love (Reprise)|
|The Surrey With The Fringe On Top (Reprise)||Finale|
|I Cain't Say No|
|Many A New Day|
|It's A Scandal! It's An Outrage!|
|People Will Say We're In Love|
|Poor Jud Is Dead|
|Out Of My Dreams|
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