Check Out Denver Center’s All-African-American Production of Oklahoma!

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Theatre Company’s new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1943 Broadway classic Oklahoma! is set in an all-African American town in 1906, at which time there were 50 similar towns in the Oklahoma Territory. Take a look at clips from the staging above.

Helmed by DCPA Artistic Director Chris Coleman and featuring choreography by Dominique Kelley, Oklahoma! is set to officially open at Denver Center for the Performing Arts September 14 and continue through October 14.

The production features Antoine L. Smith as Curly, Ta’Nika Gibson as Laurey, Cooper Grodin as Ali Hakim, Barrington Lee as Jud Fry, Rennie Anthony Magee as Will Parker, Sheryl McCallum as Aunt Eller, and Bre Jackson as Ado Annie Carnes, as…

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