Surrey-OklahomaOklahoma! is the first musical written by the team of composer Richard Rodgers and librettist Oscar Hammerstein II. The musical is based on Lynn Riggs’ 1931 play, Green Grow the Lilacs.

SONG LIST: • Oh, What A Beautiful Morning • The Surrey With the Fringe On Top • Kansas City • I Cain’t Say No • Many A New Day • It’s A Scandal! It’s An Outrage! • People Will Say We’re In Love • Pore Jud Is Daid • Lonely Room • Out of My Dreams • The Farmer and the Cowman • All Err Nothin’ • Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA! tells of fun, love and romance in the lives of the families living in the Oklahoma territory at the turn of the century. This is Rodgers & Hammerstein’s first collaboration and, in many ways, their most innovative. Set in a Western Indian territory just after the turn of the century, a high-spirited rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys provides the colorful backdrop against which Curly, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a winsome farm girl, play out their love story. Although the road to true love is seldom smooth, with these two headstrong romantics holding the reins, love’s journey is as bumpy as a surrey ride down a country road.
Director: Myrlene Kennedy
Music Director: Jim Murile
Accompanist: Bette Hopper
LEADS (in order of appearance)
Karen Groening – Aunt Eller
Wes English – Curly
Terry Holbrook – Laurey
Scott Jeffress – Ike
Gary Humes – Slim
Jimmy Greene – Skidmore
Hal Hoskins – Will Parker
Mark Parmenter – Jud Fry
Dawn Britton – Ado Annie Carnes
Bobby Kirkpatrick – Ali Hakim
Cindy Trammell – Gertie Cummings
Richard Geib – Andrew Carnes
Rusty Wright – Cord Elam
Bobby Kirkpatrick – Dancing Curley
Cindy Trammell – Dancing Laurey
Mark Parmenter – Dancing Jud
Director: Myrlene Kennedy
Music Director: Jane Ann Quevedo
Drama: Kathy Powdrell
Choreographer: Laurie Belcher
Accompanist: Elaine Manning
LEADS (in order of appearance)
Georgeanne McLean – Aunt Eller
Andy Andrew – Curly
Cristina Quevedo – Laurey
Chuck Stephens – Ike Skidmore
Chris Pitts – Fred
John Belden – Slim
Bo Goodgame – Will Parker
Sterling Schmutz – Jud Fry
Courtney Wissinger – Ado Annie Carnes
Mark Posey – Ali Hakim
Julie Candy – Gertie Cummings
Trey Welch – Andrew Carnes
Sara Kabell – Ellen
Brandi Thompson – Vivienne
Tanya Santilli – Faye
Misty Moyer – Virginia
John Hopkins – Dream Curley
Sherran Manning – Dream Laurey
Rodney Harris – Dream Jud
Kris Rives – Cord Elam
John Martin – Mike
Stephen Paul – Joe
Richie Ramsey – Tom
Tommy Tune Award: The 2010 production of Oklahoma! received twelve nominations in eleven categories out of a possible fifteen, including Best Show, which provided our cast the opportunity to perform segments of “Kansas City” and “Oklahoma!” on the stage of the Hobby Center. The show won Best Musical Director, much to the delight of the entire cast and especially Janwin Overstreet-Goode, the Vocal Director. The award was accepted by Ben Peck and Lauren Parker. Teagan Batts proudly accepted the Best Supporting Actress Award for her performance of Aunt Eller. Jeffrey Allison proudly accepted the Best Supporting Actor Award for his performance of Will Parker. Lizzy Conger received one of the eight $3000 scholarships presented by TUTS.

Producer: Myrlene Kennedy
Music Director: Janwin Overstreet-Goode
Drama: Kathy Powdrell
Choreographer: Ashley Caterina
Accompanist: Amanda Key

Tommy Tune Awards 2010:
Best Musical Direction, Best Supporting Actress Teagan Batts, Best Supporting Actor Jeff Allison – Lizzy Conger awarded a $3,000 scholarship

LEADS (in order of appearance)
Aunt Eller – Teagan Batts
Curly – Chase Harris
Laurey – Catherine Goode
Ike – Brian Gallagher
Fred – Daniel Kriel
Slim – Josh Karam
Will Parke – Jeff Allison
Jud Fry – Chris Hailey
Ado Annie – Lizzy Conger
Ali Hakim – Mason Conrad
Gertie Cummins – Audrey Bounds
Ellen – Meagan Holmes
Virginia – Hannah Vaughn
Kate – Lindsey Landers
Vivian – Abbey Griffon
Andrew Carnes – Ben Peck
Cord Elam – Alan Murphy
Dream Jud – Ben Watt
Dream Curly – Chris Harris
Dream Laurey – Michelle Wallace
Singing Girls – Out of My Dreams:
Blythe Dever
Solange Mainer
Lauren Parker
Stephanie Porter
Hannah Vaughn

Aaron Arribe
Justin Barringer
Rayme Batts
Travis Batts
Shane Bergeson
Katy Blanchard
Heather Bleuer
Ryan Boone
Conner Borne
Zach Brinkman
Katherine Buckley
Bianca Buentello
Allison Corcoran
Elizabeth Cotter
Holly Davis
Elisabeth Del Toro
Ashley Dinjar
Rebecca Dockall
Anna Drake
Meredith Dubose
Stephen Feith
Amy Jo Foreman
Jackie Garza
Michael Goodman
Kyndal Goza
Michael Gregory
James Gregory
Jackson Griffon
Paul Harrington
Ethan Hart
Mattie Hawkins
Haley Hoff
Aaron Holloway
Haley Holtje
Kevin Honan
Kaylee Huff
Peter Kaminsky
Haider Khan
Jillian Landers
Grady Leask
Sean Lipscomb
Lesley Lowry
Blair Martin
Cam Morris
Jon Olansen
Colleen Owen
Mason Patterson
Noah Peden
Rachel Rowlands
Kyle Sanders
Rachel So
Royal Starr
Nathan Stevens
Thomas Stuart
Haleigh Stubbs
Julia Taylor
Morgan Thompson
Connor Tones
Paige Van Wieren
Victoria Vaughn
Andrew Wilson
Caleb Wimer
Trevor Wrinkle
Sydney Brunson – flute
Brenna Patrick – oboe
Chelsea Lott – clarinet
Rachel Attebury – clarinet
Chelsea Coleman – bassoon
Emily Woods – french horn
Colton Mertz – trumpet
Justin Strickland – trumpet
Jeremy Poast – trombone
Blake Disiere – drumset
Josh Smith – bass guitar
Scott Morse – guitar



2010 Tommy Tune Awards at the Hobby Center