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Oklahoma! Reviews

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Average customer review: 1.5 star rating (1.3 Stars)

Number of reviews: 438



2.0 star rating A. K. from Dallas, Texas


My wife and I are season pass holders. Had high expectations on this play and got very disappointed. The dream dance to begin act two was long and confusing. The play in general was dark and hard to follow. Many parts with video, conversations in the dark, etc. Were long and hard to follow. Didnt really like it.

2.0 star rating David Ledford from Fort Worth, Texas


We saw the show at Bass Hall last night June 24th, and we left at intermission like hundreds of others. I'd rarther watch Cats three more times than sit through another play like this. Just horrible. No real flow or plot. Confusing stage set. Things went really bad when the lights went out and it just kept getting worse. Praise for inclusion, but you want to detail how to committ sucide?? Really?

2.0 star rating Pamela Foster from Fort Worth, Texas


My family was looking for a fun evening at the Bass Hall. Instead we left depressed. This was a classic that someone turned into a horror show. Unfortunately, some things you just can’t unsee once you’ve seen them. Only if I could.

2.0 star rating Carole Adams from Dallas, Texas


This version of the musical Oklahoma was a real disappointment. The Set was high school; the costumes were lackluster; the songs seemed out of place in this "modernized" presentation. Wanted to leave at intermission but stayed to the bitter end.

2.0 star rating CB from San Francisco, California


I love Oklahoma and was willing to see a contemporary version. However this was not what I was hoping to see. The characters were miscast. Ado Annie should be funny and cute and have a high voice and an cute drawl. The Ado Annie I saw today was the opposite. I'm sure she's a good actor, but she was so very wrong in this role. As for Jud he looked like a cute hippy from the sixties. He's supposed to be dark, evil, and brooding. I didn't get the ballet and really missed the fun dancing from the older plays. There was no orchestra. The scenery was minimal to say the least. A few of the solos were good, but overall the cast seemed tired and not engaged. I didn't see much chemistry between Ado and her boyfriends or Laurey and Curley.

2.0 star rating Michelle Epstein from San Francisco, California


It’s hard to write a bad review knowing how much time and effort go in to a production but, here goes. this is an ill-conceived, rambling almost incomprehensible show. Yes, I’ve read all about how this is Oklahoma for the 2020s but for me it was bizarre. A few good performances but so lackluster, no scenery to mention, awful costumes and an ending that was right out of Carrie. I actually had to stop myself from laughing out loud. The four of us agreed that the only good news was we only paid $40 for rush tickets.

2.0 star rating from San Francisco, California


I had hoped the new rendition would be fun & interesting - couldn’t hear the dialogue in?the center balcony - the same set for 95% of the performance - I was bored for the 1st 1/2 & then left?!

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