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Let's All Go See Oklahoma! At The Barn Lot Theater

This article first appeared in issue 29, and was written by Linda Waggener.

Jane Aaron of Columbia will be the pianist in the upcoming play, Oklahoma!, that classic American musical, which is scheduled at the Barn Lot Theater in Edmonton. She invites Adair County friends who enjoy arts and entertainment to join her on any of the show dates from July 21, 22, 23, 28, 29 or 30.

Show times are at seven in the evening and admission is five dollars for adults, four dollars for senior citizens and students. The number to call is 432-BARN (2276).

Oklahoma! centers around the courtship of the endearing cowboy Curly, played this season by Ken Branstetter, and the tempestuous Laurey, played by Annie Whitaker.

It "takes some doing" for this hard-headed, but big-hearted, couple to finally admit they belong together, and just when it seems that things are going their way, the sinister Jud Frye, played by Donnie Geralds, comes along to add trouble.

Oklahoma! is full with memorable characters and unforgettable songs.



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