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F or Two Weeks — Commencing May 27th, 1957 M O N D A Y to F R ID A Y at 8 p.m. . S A T U R D A Y at 5 and 8.15 p.m.

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C ast in order of a p p e a r a n c e : A u n t Eller . . . . M O L L IE H IC K E Y C u r l y ............................................ F I N T A N C O R I S H L a u r e y .............................................M A U R E E N C O N C A N N O N Ike Skidmore E D D IE G U ILM A RTIN F r e d ............................................ F R E D T A Y L O R S l i m ............................................ R A Y J O Y C E Will P ark er . . . . E O I N O ’B R I E N J u d F r y .............................................R. J. T I E R N E Y A d o A n n ie HAZEL YEOMANS A li H a k im . . . . BREND A N McSHANE G e r t i e ............................................ H E A T H E R H E W S O N F a y e .............................................M A E V E C A R N E Y E l l e n .............................................A V R I L P A R R Y V i v i e n n e .............................................P A T R I C I A O 'C O N N O R V i r g i n i a .............................................F R A N C E S MOONEY A n dre w C arnes PHIL C U R R A N C o r d E lam . . . . FRANK GORMLEY A ggie Pigtails . . . . MARLENE REDMOND D re a m B a l l e t : L a u r e y .............................................D O L O R E S DELAHUNTY J o a n .............................................A N N E T T E HYNES “ Fall-dow n ” G irl JIL L M ARGY K a t e .............................................C L O D A G H G E A R Y C u r l y .............................................E O I N O ’B R I E N J u d F r y .............................................N O E L B Y R N E — and — J e a n W ebb. Avril Parry. J e a n Glasgow, M a rg a re t M artin, E ith ne O 'D o n n e ll. M a e v e O ’C o n n o r. Eili?h O 'C o n n o r, Ursula Hougfi, R eg Cleary. R a y Joyce. G erry Byrne. T o m Ja g o . H arry Slowey. C horus:

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“ OKLAHOM A!” T im e : Just after the turn of the Century. Place : Indian Territory (Now State of O klahom a. U.S.A.) Scene 1. Scene 2. Scene 3.

ACT I The F ro n t of Laurey's Farm House. T he Smoke House. A G rove on Laurey's Farm.

IN T E R V A L OF FIFTEEN M INUTES

Scene 1. Scene 2. Scene 3.

A C T II T he Skidmore Ranch. Skidmore’s Kitchen Porch. The Back of Laurey’s Farm House.

FO R G A IET Y T H E A T R E S tag e M a n a g e r .................................................... T o m J o n e s S tag e E le c t ri c i a n ..................................... H a r r y M o r r i s o n M e n 's C o s t u m e s a n d “ p o s t c a r d *' girls by M e ss rs . S M Y T H S o f M a n c h e s t e r . Bride a n d B r i d e s m a i d s ' B o u q u e t s by V I R G I N I A V I N E .

T h e ladies’ costum es fo r “ O k la h o m a ! ” have been designed an d styled by Messrs. Cassidys o f G eorge’s Street, Dublin, m a n u fa c tu re rs of “ O k la h o m a C o tto n s.” T h e greatest care an d attention to detail h ave been taken to reflect all the colour an d excitem ent of this great musical by Rodgers an d H am m erstein.


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