Broadway Revival of 'Oklahoma!'
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Tony's resurgence revival named Tony once Oklahoma and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! He will launch a North-American tour at the Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City, OK, by 2020. The tour will show the first time ever produced. Oklahoma! He has made a trip in North America in 40 years. Additional cities, precise dates and solutions for travel production will be announced later. Oklahoma! Broadway's Circle is currently being played at the Square Theater.
"From one day of planning for the trip, I knew we had to start in the heart of our country," said producer Eva Price, in a statement. "We were delighted to welcome the board of the Civic Center Oklahoma City (Nederlander partners in OKC Broadway) to Oklahoma! in New York this spring and their dedication to the revival is huge. The development of this production from Bard SummerScape to St Anne's Warehouse and to Broadway and now a national tour was not significant. We are delighted to share this production with audiences across North America, from the heart to the coasts. "
Daniel Fish directed this production Oklahoma! It was presented for the first time at Bard SummerScape, followed by a relationship with St Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, where the event was sold in 2018. Seventy-five years after Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II sang the music. American reconfiguration, this is Oklahoma! as you have never seen it, you have never heard it before, it has been orchestrated and reconstructed for the 21st century. Oklahoma! features of music with Rodgers and a book and lyrics at Hammerstein, based on the play Green Growing of Lilacs with Lynn Riggs, with original dances at Agnes de Mille.
Broadway people include Rebecca Naomi Jones as Laurey, Damon Daunno as Curly, Mary Testa as Aunt Eller, Patrick Vaill as Jud Fry, Ali Stroker as Ado Annie, James Davis as Will Parker, Will Hakim, Mitch Tebo as Andrew Carnes, Mallory Portnoy as Gertie Cummings, Anthony Cason as Cord and Will Mann as Mike. Gabrielle Hamilton makes the Ballet Dream.
Oklahoma! It is nominated for eight Tony 2019 Awards, including Best Revival of Opera, Best Direction of Music, Best Orchestras, Best Scenic Design in Music Design and Best Audio of Music.