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On the 75th anniversary of the wartime premiere of Oklahoma!, “Daniel Fish’s vibrant, essential excavation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1943 classic asks that we listen with virgin ears…. And what do we hear? Why, America singing, of course, in all its insolence and innocence, its optimism and anxiety, its gregariousness and its guardedness — America as it was, and is, and probably shall ever be.” – Ben Brantley, The New York Times (2015)

With a seven-piece band playing all new arrangements, Fish’s timely production upends the sunny romance between a farmer and a cowpoke with “what has always been just below the surface of this magnificent musical” — the darker psychological truths of a community circling the wagons against an outsider. Oklahoma!  feels as fresh and as revelatory as if written for today’s America. (The New York Times)

Run Time: Approx. 2 hours 45 mins including one intermission.
Attention: This production contains fog, gunshots and moments of darkness and violence. Due to mature content, only children over the age of 12 will be admitted.

Learn More: Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!

The New York Times feature on Rebecca Naomi Jones

WNYC Interview with Choreographer John Heginbotham

NY1's OnStage with Frank Dilella

Special Events:

Opening Night | SUN OCT 7

Inside Circle Dinner | TUE OCT 9

The OK! Chorale | THURS OCT 11 & THURS NOV 8 at 10:45PM
Join us post-performance for music with the Oklahoma! Band, JUD, SWEAT AND TEARS. FREE! Open to the public. RSVP Here!

VoicesOn Talkback | THURS OCT 18
Following the 7:30 PM performance, please join us for a talkback with cast and creatives.

Pre-Curtain Cocktails | THURS OCT 18

Guggenheim Works and Process | MON OCT 22 | Learn More

American Express® Card Member Night | THURS OCT 25
Please join us for an exclusive American Express® post-performance event in the lobby with music performed by the Oklahoma! Band.

Production support from Joseph S. and Diane H. Steinberg | Andrew J. Martin-Weber | V. Hansmann


Direction Daniel Fish 

Orchestrations, Arrangements, Music Supervision  Daniel Kluger  

New Choreography John Heginbotham

Music Direction Nathan Koci

Scenic Design Laura Jellinek

Costume Design Terese Wadden   

Lighting Design Scott Zielinski

Sound Design Drew Levy

Projection Design Joshua Thorson

Photography  Brigitte Lacombe

Graphic Design  Matthew Dixon



Laurey Williams Rebecca Naomi Jones

Curly McLain Damon Daunno

Aunt Eller Mary Testa

Jud Fry Patrick Vaill  

Ado Annie Ali Stroker

Will Parker James Davis  

Ali Hakim Michael Nathanson  

Andrew Carnes Mitch Tebo  

Gertie Cummings Mallory Portnoy

Cord Anthony Cason  

Mike Will Mann

Lead Dancer, Dance Captain Gabrielle Hamilton