Everyone loves a good love story with a happy ending and Studio’s32 production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical Oklahoma certainly fits the bill. This popular musical packed with well-known songs, tells the story of love between a cowboy and a farmer’s daughter in the wild west of America.

The principle roles will be played by Rae Daniel, as Curly a young cowman in love with the heroine Laurey played by Verity Jo Spencer Hall, Jenni Hardy –Rooney, plays Aunt Eller, mother to everyone, with Bev McEwan as Ado Annie a flirtatious girl who can’t resist any man.!! Mark Lord is Will Parker, a hapless young cowman in love with Ado Annie. Dan Ullah is the evil Jud Fry and Mike Oates the mischievous peddler, Ali Hakim .Ado Annie’s father, gun toting; Andrew Carnes is played by Bob Lear. With a large enthusiastic chorus of 30 to back up the principles, all is set fair for a great evening of entertainment.

As with all Studio32 productions, you can expect brilliant costumes, scenery and staging and the back stage crew have produced some exceptional props for this show.

You can see Oklahoma on Thursday 4th Friday 5th and Saturday 6th June at the Cardenal Belluga Theatre, San Fulgencio . Doors open 7 pm performance 7.30 pm

For information about tickets for this show, contact Ann 966 318 019.

The beneficiaries from the shows are la Asociación de Alzhéimer de San Fulgencio, local charities and the Cardenal Bulluga Theatre

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