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Oklahoma!

Zohair Hussain
Show Time: 2 p.m., Sunday November 10 | $22 Adults, $20 Students and Seniors.

  Roger and Hammerstein's hit musical opens on the Wright State University Theatre stage for a brief stint, to bring you all the songs, all the dance, all the memories and melody so dear to Oklahoma! When Curly, a local farmhand, asks Laurey Eller to a box social, the scene is set for a love story that revolts against class, weaves through possessive competition, and settles in the middle of iconic drama, against these odds. The questions remains: will Curly and Laurey will ever get their "happily ever after?" There's only one way to find out.
The show runs through Nov. 10.



Where: Wright State Festival Playhouse
Phone: (937) 775-2500
Address: 1 Wyoming Street
Website: www.wright.edu
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