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I saw the show on Broadway and it was really good. It might be a little dark for some people, but it was fine for me. The “diversity” (woke by a reviewer) did not detract from the entertainment in any way. My daughter wants to see it (but couldn’t because she had class project due that week) so now I’m going to have to take her to a tour date. I will be curious how it plays outside New York? If it’s anything like the Broadway show, I’ll be fine seeing it a second time, which speaks for itself.
Edie from Chicago, Illinois
THRILLING, ARTISTIC, CAN'T STOP THINKING ABOUT IT!!
If you want traditional old styling, you're not going to get it here. That is fine by me!
If you want to see something interesting and bold that will make you grin while giving you chills, come to this show!!!! As a young musical theatre professional from the south I have been waiting to see this revival for years, and it surpassed my hopes for what it could be. It is honest, it is intimate, it is complicated and messy. The singing is amazing, the band is outstanding, and the interpretation breathes new life into Rodgers' & Hammerstein's iconic work. The scenes are impactful and the characters seem real. This isn't a golden age fluff piece anymore!
Christian ward from Huntsville, Alabama
THIS WASN'T YALL'S OKLAHOMA.
I really loved this prodution of Oklahoma!, the set and the characters all of it. this Oklahoma was for the 21st generation and was supposed to be dark and griddy. All the actors were talented in their own ways and i was entertained the whole way through, this is my first piece of theatre (as im only 13) but i will be seeing this tour again in auburn alabama.
Karen from Chicago, Illinois
NOT YOUR GRANDMA'S OKLAHOMA
I've never been a great fan of the original Oklahoma and really enjoyed this different take, especially that it acknowledged how horrifying some aspects of this show (and most Golden Age musicals) are. The cast was spectacular, especially Sasha Hutchings as Laurie.
Micky from Buffalo, New York
I didn’t read anything ahead of time as I wanted to form my own opinion. Agree with other reviewers that you needed to be close to the stage to see the actors up close. I loved the interpretation of this classic but the dream scene did not add anything to the production-sorry. Christopher Bannow stole the show for me. The range of emotions emitting from this actor had me mesmerized. Ending was a surprise and I’m still thinking about it /processing it. What a good production should do.
Rosalie Davis from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The worst show I have ever seen, can not say one good thing about it. Been seeing live show for over 50 years and this is the first time I walked out of a show.
from Greenville, South Carolina
WHO’S RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS
Does anybody screen these shows?
Peace Center management really let the city and their clientele down. Would venture to say half the theater emptied at intermission.
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