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Oklahoma!   Tour  

 
Opening Date: April 28, 1979    
Closing Date: July 18, 1981

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, National Tour
Setting: Indian territory (now Oklahoma) just after the turn of the century.
Comments: This touring production came to Broadway, opening on December 13, 1979 at the Palace Theatre. After it closed on Broadway on August 24, 1980, the production went back on tour.



Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Zev Bufman and James M. Nederlander
As originally Produced by The Theatre Guild (Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner: Administrative Directors)
Book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Music by Oscar Hammerstein II; Lyrics by Richard Rodgers; Based on "Green Grow the Lilacs" by Lynn Riggs; Musical Director: Richard Parrinello
Directed by William Hammerstein; Choreographed by Agnes de Mille; Miss De Mille's choreography recreated by Gemze de Lappe; Associate Director: Stone Widney
Scenic Design by Robert T. Williams; Costume Design by Kristina Watson; Lighting Design by James Riley; Hair Design by Jack Mei Ling
General Manager: Theatre Now, Inc., William Court Cohen, Edward H. Davis, Norman E. Rothstein and Ralph Roseman; Company Manager: James Awe
Production Stage Manager: Bob D. Bernard; Stage Manager: Elise Warner
Assistant Conductor: Mark Goodman
Casting: T.N.I. Casting, Julie Hughes and Barry Moss; General Press Representative: Fred Nathan
Cast
Christine Andreas
Laurey
Laurence Guittard
Curly
Mary Wickes
Aunt Eller
Bruce Adler
Ali Hakim
Christine Ebersole
Ado Annie Carnes
Harry Groener
Will Parker
Philip Rash
Andrew Carnes
Singing Ensemble
Martin Vidnovic
Jud Fry
Eric Aaron
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Sydney Anderson
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
Singing Ensemble
Brian Bullard
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Phillip Candler
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Stephen Crain
Slim
Singing Ensemble
Judy Epstein
Dream Child
Dancing Ensemble
David Evans
Dream Curly
Dancing Ensemble
Lorraine Foreman
Singing Ensemble
Tonda Hannum
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Louise Hickey
Dream Laurey
Dancing Ensemble
Nick Jolley
Cord Elam
Singing Ensemble
John Kildahl
Singing Ensemble
Kristina Koebel
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Jessica Molaskey
Singing Ensemble
Leslie Morris
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Joel T. Myers
Singing Ensemble
Michael Page
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Robert Ray
Ike Skidmore
Singing Ensemble
Patti Ross
One of Jud's Postcards
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Kevin Ryan
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Anthony Santiago
Dream Jud
Dancing Ensemble
Ilene Strickler
One of Jud's Postcards
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Robert Sullivan
Cowboy
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
Martha Traverse
Gertie Cummings
Laurey's Friend
Dream Ballet
Singing Ensemble
Susan Whelan
One of Jud's Postcards
Dream Ballet
Dancing Ensemble
M. Lynne Wieneke
Singing Ensemble
Swings: Amy Lester and Jerry Ziaja
Standby: Robertson Carricart (Ali Hakim)
Understudies: Eric Aaron (Will Parker), Sydney Anderson (Ado Annie Carnes), Phillip Candler (Dream Jud), Stephen Crain (Curly), Lorraine Foreman (Aunt Eller), Nick Jolley (Andrew Carnes), John Kildahl (Jud Fry), Leslie Morris (Dream Laurey), Robert Sullivan (Dream Curly) and M. Lynne Wieneke (Laurey)
ACT 1 Sung By
Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' Curly
The Surrey with the Fringe on Top Curly, Laurey and Aunt Eller
Kansas City Will Parker, Aunt Eller and the Boys
I Can't Say No Ado Annie Carnes
Many a New Day Laurey and Girls
It's a Scandal! It's an Outrage! Ali Hakim and Boys
People Will Say We're in Love Curly and Laurey
Pore Jud is Daid Curly and Jud Fry
Lonely Room Jud Fry
Out of My Dreams Laurey and Girls
Laurey Makes Up Her Mind Ballet Dancing Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
The Farmer and the Cowman Andrew Carnes, Aunt Eller, Ike Skidmore, Will Parker, Curly, Ado Annie Carnes and Ensemble
All 'Er Nothin' Ado Annie Carnes, Will Parker and Two Dancing Girls
People Will Say We're in Love (Reprise) Curly and Laurey
Oklahoma! Curly, Laurey, Aunt Eller, Ike Skidmore, Slim, Andrew Carnes, Cord Elam and Ensemble
Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' (Reprise) Laurey, Curly and Ensemble
Finale Entire Company
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Engagement Dates Theatre City and State
Jul 7, 1981 - Jul 18, 1981 Buell Theatre Denver, CO
Jun 22, 1981 - Jul 5, 1981 Northrop Auditorium Minneapolis, MN
Jun 15, 1981 - Jun 21, 1981 Lyric Theatre Kansas City, MO
Jun 8, 1981 - Jun 14, 1981 Civic Center Music Hall Oklahoma City, OK
Jun 2, 1981 - Jun 7, 1981 FirstOntario Concert Hall Hamilton, ON
May 26, 1981 - May 31, 1981 Auditorium Theatre - Rochester Rochester, NY
May 19, 1981 - May 24, 1981 Chrysler Hall Norfolk, VA
May 12, 1981 - May 17, 1981 Benedum Center Pittsburgh, PA
May 5, 1981 - May 10, 1981 Taft Theatre Cincinnati, OH
Apr 28, 1981 - May 3, 1981 Palace Theatre - Columbus Columbus, OH
Apr 20, 1981 - Apr 26, 1981 Hanna Theatre Cleveland, OH
Mar 17, 1981 - Apr 18, 1981 Royal Alexandra Theatre Toronto, ON
Mar 9, 1981 - Mar 15, 1981 Place Des Arts Montreal, QC
Feb 9, 1981 - Mar 8, 1981 Wang Theatre at the Boch Center Boston, MA
Jan 27, 1981 - Feb 8, 1981 Saenger Theatre (LA) New Orleans, LA
Jan 20, 1981 - Jan 25, 1981 Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre Orlando, FL
Jan 14, 1981 - Jan 18, 1981 Orpheum Theatre - Memphis Memphis, TN
Oct 30, 1979 - Dec 1, 1979 Fisher Theatre Detroit, MI
Oct 9, 1979 - Oct 28, 1979 Arie Crown Theater Chicago, IL
Sep 12, 1979 - Oct 7, 1979 Forrest Theatre Philadelphia, PA
Aug 7, 1979 - Sep 9, 1979 Opera House (DC) Washington, DC
Jul 24, 1979 - Aug 5, 1979 Music Hall At Fair Park Dallas, TX
Jul 17, 1979 - Jul 22, 1979 Chapman Music Hall At Tulsa Performing Arts Center Tulsa, OK
Jul 10, 1979 - Jul 15, 1979 Civic Center Music Hall Oklahoma City, OK
Jun 12, 1979 - Jul 8, 1979 Curran Theatre San Francisco, CA
Apr 28, 1979 - Jun 10, 1979 Pantages Theatre - Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA