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Performed: 28 February - 5 March 1991; "Oklahoma!" was the first show that integrated dance as a major thematic element of the musical. The play was directed by Wayne Claeren, artistic direction by Carlton Ward, technical direction by David Keefer, costumes by Freddy Clements, stage management by Jeff Bennett and assistant stage management by Tom Millington, music directed by Carl Anderson, vocal direction by Darnelle Scarbrough, choreography by Mary Ella Berta. This item is contained within the Clements drama production materials.


This performance was held in the Stone Center Theatre.


  • Carol Stahl -- Aunt Eller
  • Alan Payne -- Curly
  • Amy Hyde -- Laurey
  • Damon A. Daffron -- Ike Skidmore
  • Juan Fiol -- Slim
  • Stacy Fumbanks -- Ado Annie Carnes
  • Barry Newell -- Will Parker
  • David Owens -- Ali Hakim
  • Darin Eugene Peppers --Jud Fry
  • Amanda Aultman -- Gertie
  • Gregory D. Hucks -- Andrew Carnes
  • Brian S. Taylor -- Cord Elam
  • Kristan Ivey -- Curly in Dream Sequence
  • Jessica Russell -- Laurey in Dream Sequence
  • Cynthia Pruett, Stacy D. Hurst, Cari E. Watson, Rob Kirby, Kimberly Kinsey, Kellie Michelle Smith, Bryan Wright, Lorie Lasseter, Robert Vance, Michael Odom, Eric Wayne Key, Kimberley Newman, Kathryn A. Bradley, Lois Jean Stahl, Philip McClung, Scott Sparrowhawk, Ashley Jason Richards, Frances Ann Vono, Todd Shumpert, Brian Wayne Ellyson, Gena Holcombe, Amy E. Johnson, Jennifer Leah Whitley, Allen Reynolds -- Chorus members


The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.


Jacksonville State University -- History, College and school drama, Theater programs


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Oklahoma! (1991) | Program