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Oklahoma! Reviews

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Average customer review: 1.5 star rating (1.3 Stars)

Number of reviews: 438



1.0 star rating Bethany Nelson from Minneapolis, Minnesota


Poor actors, sound, costumes, stage/design and writing! The producers of this play tried to incorporate 21st century topics like gun violence, women as possessions, and obsessive love into a classic play where it failed miserably!! This is what I’d expect to see in a high school gym.

1.0 star rating T from Minneapolis, Minnesota


Worst show I’ve seen at the Orpheum. No chemistry between any of the love stories. No emotion in any of the characters. They took a great musical and tried to make it a dark political statement. The ballet starting the 2nd set was painful to watch and gave me a headache. Huge waste of time and money. The orpheum should be ashamed to show it. They will loose customers if this continues.

1.0 star rating John Cameron from Minneapolis, Minnesota


I spent $340 for 4th row seats. I couldn't hear most of the entire play or songs. No microphones on the performers. The woke interpretation didn't apply to any of the script. Many people left at intermission. I wish I did. The whole play was like a student rehearsal. I love plays but this was truly awful. I wish I had never gone.

1.0 star rating Matt from Minneapolis, Minnesota


I've seen many oklahoma plays and this by far was the worst. They had folding tables for props. The actors looked disinterested. The music was on without the band playing. There was part of a live show on a movie screen. They need to recast. Im so dissatisfied with the show. I brought my children and they got frightened by the dark movie on the screen.

1.0 star rating Beth in Minnesota from Minneapolis,Mn


Saw this show as it opened in Minneapolis last weekend.Had high hopes for this show but they were dashed as every song had a slow tempo, choreography was lackluster, performances seemed middle schoolish and many scenes were played in the dark. The dream ballet was one person. The ending made no sense as main characters sang Oklahoma covered in blood (ala “Carrie”) with anger and angst. Feels irresponsible to take a beautiful show and make it so boring and just bad. I’m all for reimagining stories but this one left me cold. Save your money.

1.0 star rating from Minneapolis, Minnesota


Poor in every aspect. Actors have poor chemistry, stage and design set are high school level at best, no effort in costumes, and Rendition Misses the mark!! Save your money!

1.0 star rating Kathleen Corkle from Minneapolis, Minnesota


Just terrible. It felt like a bunch of scenes that were in no way connected. It jumped from mood to mood. It almost felt like a Saturday Night Live Sketch about an over the top theatre troupe. The biggest problem, was on top of all of that, the performances were so blah! Curly and Will had so so voices at best. The characters had zero chemistry with one another. Sis was amazing as Ado Annie, but it just served to highlight how uninspiring the rest of the cast was. Such a disappointment!

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