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  • The rustic charm of country life and the vivaciousness of its people fueled Agnes de Mille's work on "Oklahoma!" and her one-act ballet that preceded it, "Rodeo."

    A 'Bright Stream' to channel fun

  • If anyone in the room noted the richness (or irony) of this issue being aired in a not-for-profit theater that recently commanded more than $100 a ticket for its revival of "Oklahoma!" that earned sniffs from Broadway types considering a commercial transfer, it isn't coming through in the often hissy (technically, not emotionally) webcast.

    Some thoughts about Landesman's remarks

  • The Church of the Nazarene, which has owned it since the early '70s but allowed theatre productions and companies to use its beautiful, carved-wood, third-floor theatre, signed an agreement with some monster called Hampshire Hotels Group, which plans to convert the space when Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote "Oklahoma!" into a hotel.

    Poor Little Lambs

  • And while some theater producers have been impressed with Arena Stage's critically acclaimed revival of "Oklahoma!" in Washington, that mounting takes place in the round; the only

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  • A planned July production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" will be postponed until the 2011-12 season, according to an internal 5th Avenue memo obtained by The Seattle

    The Seattle Times

  • I think this 'Oklahoma!' could sneak in under the radar to Broadway - not as a big, expensive, life-changing experience, but as a smartly, well-done 'Oklahoma!' for our times.

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  • The real find of the evening was the comic timing of the television anchor Brian Williams, who reminisced about his performances as Fagin in "Oliver," Curly in "Oklahoma!" and Nicely Nicely Johnson in "Guys and Dolls" as a high school student in Middletown, N.J.

    Mayor Plays Maestro at City Center Gala

  • Presenting "Oklahoma!" at Podunk High School is very different from "Oklahoma!" at the Winter Garden Theatre on Broadway.

    Dr. Susan Corso: Divine Earth, Divine Mother

  • But the movie and the tickets to Oklahoma! turned out to go only so far with Mountbatten.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • The two shared a laugh over the evening they spent at the Oklahoma! play.

    Wild Bill Donovan


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