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Report From New York: You’ve Never Seen Oklahoma! Like This

Sitting in Circle In The Square’s deep-thrust proscenium-less theater, it’s inescapable that director Daniel Fish and his team have gone way, way out of their way to let you know that this is (to repeat an oft-used phrase) not your grandma’s Oklahoma! — even before the show starts, and then aggressively tossing paradigm-shifting trope-trashing curve balls at the audience.

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Wick’s O-o-o-o-o-klahoma! Is Tuneful Mainstream Fairy Tale

The Wick Theatre’s Oklahoma! is an apple cheek fairy tale , a broad musical comedy sprightly painted with bright vibrant colors that will not fail to entertain if you let it. Not only will this decidedly mainstream production not annoy most pre-Sondheim patrons, they will embrace it with a joyous “this is what we want to see” reaction.

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