Why See Oklahoma!?
Daniel Fish's Bold Re-Imagining Of Oklahoma! Returns
New York-based opera, theatre and film director Daniel Fish returns with his critically-acclaimed adaptation of the 1943 Pulitzer Prize-winning Rodgers and Hammerstein classic Oklahoma! this fall. The production garnered rave reviews during its 2015 run at Bards College, praised for its immersive re-imagining that saw the audience and actors share a communal space.
With a set made up to look and feel like a small town civic center set up for a local jamboree (in the 2015 production, chili, cornbread and lemonade were available to attendees), Oklahoma's themes of tolerance, love and the early days of the American Dream are made to feel as relevant today as they ever were, whilst its iconic score is performed with tenderness and subtlety by instrument-weilding actors on stage. While experimental in nature, the beloved tale of Curly and Laurey retains its timelessness and pioneering spirit.
Previews from: 27 September 2018
Opening night: 9 October 2018
Cast and Creative
Directed by Daniel Fish
Music by Richard Rodgers
Book & Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
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