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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 CB from Dallas, Texas


As a season ticket holder, I was so excited to go see Oklahoma...only to leave feeling like I needed a shower. It was very hard to follow. There was way too many artistic license taken. The scenes in the dark were overdrawn, boring and just unnecessary. As much as I wanted to love the dance scene, there was nothing new or fresh about the choreography. Save your time and money and skip this one!

1.0 star rating Julie W. from Fort Worth, Texas


I had never seen Oklahoma! prior to attending last night's performance at Bass Hall. And I would venture to say that I STILL have not seen it after sitting through that "performance". The performers were hard to hear and follow from the very beginning of the show until the entire theater went dark just before "Poor Jud is Daid". It takes a really bad/underwhelming performance for me to leave a show mid-perfomance. I, along with quite a few other people, took that opportunity to leave the show before intermission. I'm kicking myself now for not having read reviews prior to last night's show - I could have seen a much better show at a small, independent theater instead of wasting my time and money on Oklahoma at Bass Hall. If you enjoy going to shows that leave you thinking, "What the hell was that?", then maybe you would enjoy this production. I'm just not one of those folks.

1.0 star rating Debby from Fort Worth, Texas


I get that it was a “reimagined “ revival. That said- this was quite possibly the worst show I have seen in 7 - 8 years of being a season ticket holder. The “dream”sequence at the beginning of act 2 is unexplained and hard to put in perspective in the show. Save your money and rent the movie.

1.0 star rating from Fort Worth, Texas


Wow - we didn't even stay for the whole performance. A lot of people left at intermission. Felt like a high school play.

1.0 star rating Pat from Fort Worth, Texas


This is the worst show I have seen at Bass Hall. I would venture to guess at least 30% of the audience left during the intermission. I left part way through the second act as I could not stomach any more. It should have been advertised as a modern alternate interpretation of the play and not as "Rogers and Hammerstein's" production. If this is what Bass Hall will be showcasing, then my season tickets will not be renewed. They owe me almost 3 hours of my time.

1.0 star rating Nancy McGee from Fort Worth, Texas


This was 2+ hours of my life I will never get back. The show was horrible, and affirmed my decision to not renew season tickets. For the first time in my life, I walked out of the theater well before the end of the show, and in complete disgust. I'm all for a new interpretation, but this was incompetently executed and was NOT what it was advertised to be.

1.0 star rating from Fort Worth, Texas


The worst show I have ever seen at base or on broadway. Seriously the show is badly flawed. What was Bass Executives thinking putting this in its 25th anniversary. The sound was horrible. The actors were not blocked right so words could be heard. The dancing was a poor as I have ever seen. The voices were weak except for Ado Annie. Let’s always turn the stage dark and deliver lines. About 10 percent of the audience walked out after first act. In todays environment let’s always end a play with a shooting and have the splatter remind you of the end of Carrie. I was embarrassed for Fort Worth and Bass Hall

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