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Set against the colourful backdrop of an American heartland tradition, State Fair travels with the Frake family as they leave behind the routine of the farm for three days of adventure at the 1946 annual Iowa State Fair. Mom and Pop have their hearts set on winning blue ribbons for best boar and best homemade mincemeat, whilst their daughter and son find both love and heartbreak in the romance of the busy fairground. The Academy Award winning score including such Rodgers and Hammerstein classics as It Might as Well Be Spring and It's a Grand Night for Singing. Based on the 1945 and 1962 films with additional songs that were either featured in, or cut from, other Rodgers and Hammerstein shows including Oklahoma!, Pipe Dream, Allegro and Me and Juliet, the stage version opened on Broadway in 1996 where it received four Tony nominations (including Best Original Score). Concert PerformancePerformers Wendi Peters (Melissa Frake), Richard Fleeshman (Pat), Emma Hatton (Emily), Clive Carter (Abel), Oliver Savile (Wayne), Celinde Schoenmaker (Margy), Rebecca Ridout, Jessica Duncan, Charlie-Jade Jones, Rebecca Withers, Lizzie Wofford, Lizzie Jay, Elizabeth Bright, Ana Richardson, Tom Sterling, Chris McGuigan, Hywel Dowsell, Toby Hine, Oliver Stanley, Matthew Pennington, Richard James King.
Music Richard Rodgers. Lyrics Oscar Hammerstein. Book by Tom Briggs. Book by Louise Mattioli. Company London Musical Theatre Orchestra. Conductor Freddie Tapner.
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