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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 Becky Camp from Dallas, Texas


No costumes, no set, no movement, hard to find the story line. We and many others left at intermission. Embarrassment to theater

1.0 star rating Cindy from Dallas, Texas


My husband and I have been DSM season ticket holders for at least 13 years. We love live theater and have seen several productions on Broadway. We will concede that the male and female leads have talent, but were afforded no opportunity to display it. There was absolutely no enjoyment to be gleaned from this obvious insult to our intelligence and sense of taste. At least a third of the auditorium was empty from the start and half of those of us in attendance left at intermission. Broadway Dallas you should be ashamed!

1.0 star rating from Dallas, Texas


Classics are classics for a reason. Stay true to them. I was very disappointed.

1.0 star rating Kristen from Dallas, Texas


SO SO BAD. The only good things: the singing, some of the music, and some of the comedy. The dancing was weird and not good. I was either bored, sad, or confused the entire time. It got so DARK so randomly and I mean that in every form of the word. Much of the audience was itching to leave during the second half. At intermission, many of them DID leave. At one point someone in the audience shouted “when is this going to end??” I kept hearing mumbling around me like “I don’t get what’s going on”. Someone near me as I walked out said “this has school-shooter vibes” I was hoping for a cheery classic to give me a good pick-me-up I needed, but instead I got a strange and disgusting show that made me feel worse walking out of than I did walking in. Save your money

1.0 star rating Liam B from Dallas, Texas


November came earlier than expected - Oklahoma is a "turkey". A silly, self-absorbed, dark, boring waste of money. A Friday the 13th "musical" would be more interesting and entertaining. This thing won a Tony in 2019, as a revival. So like many things of the past, the Tony is now a worthless sham of an award. Someone needs to apologize to the Rodgers and Hammerstein estates for "name dropping" a good musical and turning it into a vainglorious and dorky attempt at something edgy. Acoustics stunk, acting wooden, dialog garbled. Wow, couldn't even get the sound right. Felt like a bad high-school play. Left mid-way before more of our afternoon wasted, had drinks and snacks at a nearby place. Much better use of time.

1.0 star rating Charlie from Dallas, Texas


I was stunned at how terrible this version of Oklahoma! was. I’m not bothered by modern takes on classics. I am annoyed by unnecessary and inappropriate wokeness and this had too much of that. The one positive is the singing. Nearly every performer had a good voice, the band was skilled, and, of course, the songs are terrific. That made it bearable. Beyond that, the set was a bunch of picnic-style tables that were moved around. Aside from Aunt Eller and Laurie, there was no discernible acting by anyone. Judd was in no way threatening or even creepy. I was surprised at how emotionless the actors were. The ending was awful. How did Laurie get covered with blood when Judd and Curly were not? Why was she crying as they sang the final song while everyone else was smiling? What was the message? I don’t see how something this lame ever gets to the stage. If I were one of the performers, I’d be ashamed to be associated with this show. Such as shame to ruin a classic.

1.0 star rating Nancy from Dallas, Texas


Love the Winspear Opera House as a venue, but had a very difficult time hearing the performers from the Dress Circle level during the first half of the show. Left at intermission because of that, plus the general dislike of the performance. Expected so much more than what was presented on the stage.

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