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Friday, July 1, 2011
Yup, I went to a local production of Oklahoma! tonight. Actually, Ellen and I went together. They did a really good job, with a live orchestra. And, they allowed photos as long as they weren't flash, so... I can share with you.
First is Laurie and Curly in the reprise of "People Will Say We're in Love."
Will and Ado Annie discuss their unique plans for life together with "All Er Nuthin'."
Aunt Eller trying to convince her neighbors that "Territory Folks Should Stick Together."
Finally, the entire cast joins to sing the famous title song, "Oklahoma!"
I think this was very well done for local theater, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Having enough money to go to an occasional play is a real perk of having a job, for which I'm grateful.
Now I have to try to calm down enough to go to sleep. Three more days of papers.