'Oklahoma!' Cast of Characters
Aunt Eller Katie Gardner
Curly Sam Boeck
Laurey Sarah Colijn
Ike Skidmore Michael Denney
Fred Scott Whitehead
Slim Bradley Henry
Will Parker Micah Smith
Jud Fry Jonathan Phillips
Ado Annie Grace Anne Marcum
Ali Hakim Andrew Keeler
Gertie Cummings Claire Springer
Ellen Frances Sipe
Kate Caitlin Royse
Sylvie Ranya Forgotson
Armina Amanda Belcher
Aggie Brittany Taylor
Andrew Carnes Andrew Connery
Cord Elam Chris Hamburger
Mike Bobby Swyers
Twins in Kansas City Camille and Madeleine Milton
Featured Dancers -- Ariana Azimi, Brooke Hamilton, Funmi Sakote, Colleen McLaughlin, Colleen Burns, Brittany Taylor
Dance Captain -- Ariana Azimi
Rehearsal Accompanist -- Cara Johnson
Stage Manager -- Alex Zabel
Ensemble -- Sabre Anderson, Lorraine Annoh, Christina Baez, Abby Barwick-Snell, Olivia Biddick, Bridget Burns, Jessica Davis, K'reen Dawson, Christina Doak, Cylie Hall, Chelsea Hammett, Elizabeth Harper, Savannah Johnson, Cara Johnson, Melanie Kuriger, Joy Malicki, Rebekah Morales, Jamie Payne, Skyler Palmer, Courtney Robertson, Samatha Rose, Allison Russell, Navaid Shafaie, Taylor Steffensen, Kelsey Tidwell, Julie Tucker, Joseph Veloz, Matthew Warner, Eva Wilcox and Mitchell Wiseman.
'Oklahoma!' Cast of Characters
Rihanna heats up the stage in Oklahoma City
When Rihanna and her Diamonds World tour came to Oklahoma City Tuesday, it was a cold and blustery evening. It was the first signs of winter this year in the state.
Beyonce energy overtakes Oklahoma City fans
Most performers know how to put on a show. The good ones even know how to put on a concert.
Then there are the special few who know how to make their time in front of their fans an experience.
New Kids on The Block delight Oklahoma fans
It was billed as “The Package.” A concert that featured three separate tours of boy bands from the ‘80s and ‘90s was folded into one package deal.
Roger Moore's Bond had serious fun
"I never do this," David Horowitz, a public relations executive for ABC, said as he picked up British actor Roger Moore at Kennedy Airport. "Can I have your autograph for my son?" It was 1986, and Moore was in New York City to do some publicity for the network. A year earlier, he had starred, at age 58, in "A View to a Kill."
Foreign Policy: Battlestar Galactica got space warfare right. Finally.
Last month, Small Wars Journal managing editor Robert Haddick asked whether new technology has rendered aircraft carriers obsolete. Well, not everyone thinks so, especially in science-fiction, where "flat tops" still rule in TV shows like "Battlestar Galactica."
Eighth-grade NPS musicians to perform
Norman Public Schools will present its 8th Grade Orchestra Festival at 7:00 p.m. Thursday at Nancy O’Brian Center for the performing arts.
Turn Down The Heat Tour closes out the Summer
Ken Talton wants it to be a giant date night. One in which people will get dressed up for a night on the town and enjoy some good music from the past and today.
That is the premise behind Summer Jam Music Fest III’s “Turn Down The Heat Tour.”
A guide to the movies
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Upcoming show at Depot Gallery
Seven members of the art faculty of St. Gregory’s University in Shawnee will display their prints, paintings and photographs in the Depot Gallery next weekend....
Sharing the Art with Norman
Sometimes, when Sue Schofield is painting, she listens to music. Other times, it’s TV news. Still, at times, she is so absorbed in what she’s doing she hears nothing at all. And then there are days she only hears the gentle hum of the ...
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