Oklahoma!
Presented By Overture Center and Broadway Across America • Broadway at Overture

Oklahoma!

Tue, Feb 16 - Sun, Feb 21, 2021

Overture Hall
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Tue 02/16/21 7:30 PM

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Wed 02/17/21 7:30 PM

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Thu 02/18/21 7:30 PM

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Fri 02/19/21 8:00 PM

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Sat 02/20/21 2:00 PM

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Sat 02/20/21 8:00 PM

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Sun 02/21/21 1:00 PM

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Sun 02/21/21 6:30 PM

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Running Time:

Approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes

Notices:

Ages 12 and up

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Single tickets will be available at a later date. But you can buy tickets NOW as part of a SUBSCRIPTION.

GROUP TICKETS AVAILABLE! Purchase before the public onsale and save when you bring a group of 10 or more!

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“How is it that the coolest new show on Broadway is a 1943 musical?” says The New York Times. This is OKLAHOMA! as you’ve never seen or heard it before—reimagined for the 21st century—and now the Tony Award Winner for Best Revival of a Musical. Funny and sexy, dark and jolting, “this production shocked me and moved me. This is the OKLAHOMA! that was there all along,” raves New York Magazine. Direct from an acclaimed run on Broadway, OKLAHOMA! “lets us experience Rodgers and Hammerstein’s greatness anew.” (The New Yorker)

Stripped down to reveal the darker psychological truths at its core, Daniel Fish’s production tells a story of a community circling its wagons against an outsider and the frontier life that shaped America. Upending the sunny romance of a farmer and a cowpoke, this OKLAHOMA! allows the classic musical—and our country—to be seen in a whole new light.

“This production shocked and moved me,” raves Frank Rich of New York Magazine. “This is the OKLAHOMA! that was there all along.” The Daily Beast raves, “Forget your traditional idea of Oklahoma! Daniel Fish’s daring, brilliant, utterly absorbing re-interpretation is dark and different – brilliantly so.”