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Written in 1943. Set in America's deep West just after the turn of the century, the high-spirited rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys provides the colourful background against which Curly, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a winsome farm girl, play out their enduring love story. Songs include; "Oh What a Beautiful Morning", "Surrey With the Fringe on the Top" and "People Will Say We're in Love". Based on Lynn Rigg's book 'Green Grow The Lilacs'. Supported by the Oklahoma! Commissiong CirclePerformers Sam Archer (Slim), Natalie Casey (Ado Annie), Melanie Cripps (Swing/Dance Captain), Kylie Anne Cruikshanks (Ensemble), Craige Els (Jud), Leon Else (Swing), Michelle Francis (Ensemble), Alex Giannini (Pop) Carnes), Matthew Gould (Ensemble), Leila Ben Harris (Laurey), Darragh O'Leary (Ensemble), Michael Matus (Ali Hakim), Eugene McCoy (Ensemble), Kristopher Mitchell (Ensemble), Amanda Minihan (Armina), tim Morgan (Cord Elam), Louise Plowright (Aunt Eller), Amy Ellen Richardson (Gertie), Michael Rouse (Will Parker), Laura Scott (Ensemble), Julian Sims (Ike Skidmore), Rebecca Sutherland (Ensemble), Michael Xavier (Curly).
Music Richard Rodgers. Lyrics Oscar Hammerstein. Corporate Sponsor Henry Adams LLP. Corporate Sponsor Oval Insurance. Corporate Sponsor Seaward Properties Ltd. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director John Doyle. Design David Farley. Choreographer Nikkii Woolaston. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Musical Director Catherine Jayes. Sound Matt McKenzie. Musical Director Catherine Jayes.
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