SASHA HUTCHINGS

SASHA HUTCHINGS

Laurey Williams

SASHA HUTCHINGS (Laurey Williams). She/her. Broadway: Oklahoma!, Hamilton OBC, My Fair Lady, Rocky, Motown. TV/Film: Hamilton (Disney+) , “Run The World”, “Fosse/Verdon”, “The Bold Type”, “Jessica Jones”, “Master of None”. Pink Cornrows, Culture Associate. Theatre Education Teaching Artist. BPA: Oklahoma City University. @sashahutchings

SEAN GRANDILLO

SEAN GRANDILLO

Curly McLain

SEAN GRANDILLO (Curly McLain). He/him. Sean Grandillo appeared on Broadway in Deaf West Theater’s Spring Awakening. Selected television appearances include MTV’s “Scream”, “The Real O’Neals”, “RISE”, “Law and Order: SVU”, and “Blue Bloods”. Ithaca College alumni. Love to Mom, Dad, Ana, Kyle, and Emmy. Grateful!

CHRIS BANNOW

CHRISTOPHER BANNOW

Jud Fry

CHRISTOPHER BANNOW (Jud Fry). He/him. Broadway: The Elephant Man (also Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End), Tony-Winning Revival of Oklahoma!. Off Broadway: Wolf Play (Soho Rep) and The Hairy Ape (Park Avenue Armory). Film: “The Three Christs”, “#Screamers”, David Chases’ “Not Fade Away”. BFA Boston University. MFA Yale School of Drama.

SIS

SIS

Ado Annie Carnes

SIS (Ado Annie Carnes). She/her/sis. Sis is an Artist, Activist, and Sister to the people and she is elated to be a part of the National Tour of Oklahoma!. Being from Houston, Texas Sis has always dreamt big. With a mission in life of franchising the disenfranchised, she loves changing the narrative. Sis is very excited to do this with Ado Annie. To learn more about Sis you can follow her on Instagram and Twitter @ucancallmesis and check out her organization The Next Generation Project (www.wearetng.org)

BARBARA WALSH

BARBARA WALSH

Aunt Eller

BARBARA WALSH (Aunt Eller). She/her. Broadway: Falsettos (Tony, Drama Desk nominations, LA Ovation Award), Company (Drama Desk nomination), Hairspray, Big, Blood Brothers, Nine, Rock and Roll!,The First 5000 Years, Off Broadway: Macbeth (CSC), Summer and Smoke (CSC and TRANSPORT GROUP) TV: “Law & Order”, “Madam Secretary”.

HENNESSY WINKLER

HENNESSY WINKLER

Will Parker

HENNESSY WINKLER (Will Parker). He/him. This is Hennessy’s first Broadway tour and he’s grateful to be part of this company. Recent credits include DNA at La Jolla Playhouse and Nicolas in the new musical, Far From Canterbury. Reps: Ann Thomas, ATB and Tony Cloer. MAHALO!

BENJ MIRMAN

BENJ MIRMAN

Ali Hakim

BENJ MIRMAN (Ali Hakim). He/him. Benj is thrilled to be back with Oklahoma! after appearing in the original Bard SummerScape production. Incredible love and gratitude to his endlessly supportive family, friends and Linny. For his grandpa, always the biggest kid in the pool. BFA: NYU, @benjmirman.

HANNAH HEADSHOTS

HANNAH SOLOW

Gertie Cummings, u/s Ado Annie, u/s Aunt Eller

HANNAH SOLOW (Gertie Cummings, u/s Ado Annie, u/s Aunt Eller). She/her. National tour debut! A comedian and writer, Hannah has performed in every basement in New York. BFA: NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Recently seen on Disney+’s “The Big Fib”. For Mom, Dad, Sophie, and Alex @babymcgoo www.hannahsolow.com

MITCH TEBO

MITCH TEBO

Andrew Carnes

MITCH TEBO (Andrew Carnes). He/him. Broadway: Tony Winning revival of Oklahoma! Off-B’way: Plaza Suite, The Tempest, Passion of Dracula, Richard III, Waiting For Godot, Misanthrope. Reg’l: Native Gardens, All The Way, Three Musketeers, The Christians, Henry V, Christmas Carol, Macbeth. TV: “Divorce”, “ABC 20/20.”

UGO CHUKWU

UGO CHUKWU

Cord Elam, u/s Andrew Carnes

UGO CHUKWU (Cord Elam, u/s Andrew Carnes). He/him. Ugo Chukwu is a performer from the Bronx. He was last seen in What To Send Up When It Goes Down at BAM and Playwrights Horizon. He also is a Teaching Artist with New Victory and Opening Act. www.Ugochukwuactor.com

GABRIELLE HAMILTON

GABRIELLE HAMILTON

Lead Dancer

GABRIELLE HAMILTON (Lead Dancer). Known for the Dream Ballet in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!. Award winning soloist Gabrielle Hamilton returns to Broadway with the purpose of expanding her beliefs by influencing the mindset of the world to change through her creative doings.

PATRICK CLANTON

PATRICK CLANTON

Mike

PATRICK CLANTON (Mike, u/s Cord Elam, u/s Andrew Carnes, u/s Jud Fry). He/him. National Tours: School of Rock, Sister Act. Regional: Flat Rock Playhouse, North Carolina Theatre, Casa Mañana, North Shore Music Theatre, Ivoryton Playhouse. BFA: Elon University. Thanks to the Oklahoma! team, The Price Group, Jamesha, and Jameson. For Mama.

HUNTER HOFFMAN

HUNTER HOFFMAN

( u/s Curly McLain, u/s Jud Fry, u/s Will Parker, u/s Ali Hakim, u/s Mike

HUNTER HOFFMAN ((u/s Curly McLain, u/s Jud Fry, u/s Will Parker, u/s Ali Hakim,
u/s Mike
). He/him. Broadway: Sweat. Select Theatre: Sweat (Public Theatre Mobile Unit National), Troilus & Cressida (NYSF), The Last Match, (B Street Theatre), Clarkston (BCT). Original music on all streaming platforms under “The Lost Wayne”. B.A. Principia College. Graduate of The Neighborhood Playhouse.

SCOTT REDMOND

SCOTT REDMOND

( u/s Curly McLain, u/s Ali Hakim, u/s Will Parker, u/s Cord Elam, u/s Mike

SCOTT REDMOND (u/s Curly McLain, u/s Ali Hakim, u/s Will Parker, u/s Cord Elam, u/s Mike). He/him. Touring debut! Credits: Ride the Cyclone (Alliance Theatre, Original Cast Recording), Freedom Riders (NYMF), Shrek (Connecticut Repertory Theatre). Current Workshop: Once Bitten. TV: “After Forever” (Amazon). BFA Acting, UConn. scottredmondactor.com. @notscottredmond. Endless thanks to friends and family!

Hassert, Gillian

GILLIAN HASSERT

u/s Aunt Eller, u/s Gertie Cummings

GILLIAN HASSERT (u/s Aunt Eller, u/s Gertie Cummings). She/her. Regional: Hunchback, Kinky Boots (Fulton Theatre); Grease (MSMT) Nat’l Tour: Fame. TV: “New Amsterdam, “Younger”. Lincoln Center debut with Women Warriors: The Voices of Change. Education: Carnegie Mellon. Love to Brian, Becky, and my little bears. www.gillianhassert.com

Hill, Cameron Anika

CAMERON ANIKA HILL

u/s Laurey Williams, u/s Lead Dancer

CAMERON ANIKA HILL (u/s Laurey Williams, u/s Lead Dancer). She/her. New Jersey native. Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen. National Tour: Summer: The Donna Summer Musical. Regional: The MUNY, PCLO, MT Wichita, WBT. CCM2016. Thanks Sean, BWA, Taylor Williams Casting, & the OK! creatives, cast, & crew. For Mom & Dad. @cameronanika

Wood, Gwynne

GWYNNE WOOD

u/s Laurey Williams, u/s Ado Annie, u/s Gertie Cummings

GWYNNE WOOD (u/s Laurey Williams, u/s Ado Annie, u/s Gertie Cummings). She/they. Thrilled to join the company of Oklahoma! for their first national tour! Boston Conservatory BFA 2018 graduate with an emphasis in Directing. Love and thanks to DGRW, friends, and my endlessly supportive family. IG: @gwynnelaurel

Wynn, Jordan

JORDAN WYNN

Alternate Lead Dancer, Dance Captain

JORDAN WYNN (Alternate Lead Dancer, Dance Captain). She/her. NYU Tisch Dance, BFA ‘21. She has performed in Oklahoma! Off-Broadway, for EDM artist KSHMR, and has been Rehearsal Director for Shamel Pitts and Rena Butler. Thankful to her family, and to God!

Daniel
Fish

Director

DANIEL FISH (Director) is a New York-based director who makes work across the boundaries of theater, film, and opera. He draws on a broad range of forms and subject matter including plays, film scripts, contemporary fiction, essays and found audio. His 2019 production of Oklahoma! transferred to Broadway from St. Ann’s Warehouse and won the Tony Award for Best Musical Revival. Other recent work includes White Noise, inspired by the novel by Don DeLillo ( Ruhrfestspiele Recklingshausen, Theater Freiburg, and Skirball NYU), Michael Gordon’s opera, Acquanetta (Prototype Festival), Don’t Look Back (The Chocolate Factory), Who Left This Fork Here (Baryshnikov Arts Center, Onassis Center), Ted Hearne’s The Source (BAM NEXT WAVE, L.A Opera, San Francisco Opera), and ETERNAL, a video installation. His work has been seen at theaters and festivals throughout the U.S. and Europe including, The Walker Arts Center, PuSH, Teatro Nacional D. Maria, Lisbon/Estoril Film Festival, Vooruit, Festival TransAmériques, Noorderzon Festival, The Chocolate Factory, The Public Theater’s Under The Radar, Opera Philadelphia/Curtis Opera Theater, American Repertory Theater, Richard B. Fisher Center at Bard College, Yale Repertory Theater, McCarter Theater, Signature Theater, The Shakespeare Theater Company, Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, Staatstheater Braunschweig, and The Royal Shakespeare Company. Residencies and commissions include The MacDowell Colony, Baryshnikov Arts Center, Mass MOCA, The Chocolate Factory, The Bushwick Starr, LMCC/ Governor’s Island. He is graduate of Northwestern University’s Department of Performance Studies and has taught at The Juilliard School, Bard College, Princeton University, and The Department of Design for Stage and Film at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He is the recipient of the 2017 Herb Alpert Award in the Arts for the Theater.

Richard
Rodgers

Music

After long and highly distinguished careers with other collaborators, Richard Rodgers (Composer, 1902-79) and Oscar Hammerstein II (Librettist/Lyricist, 1895-1960) joined forces in 1943 to create the most successful partnership in American Musical Theatre. Prior to joining forces, Rodgers collaborated with lyricist Lorenz Hart on musical comedies that epitomized wit and sophistication (Pal Joey, On Your Toes, Babes In Arms, and more), while Hammerstein brought new life to operetta and created the classic Show Boat with Jerome Kern. Oklahoma!, the first Rodgers & Hammerstein musical, introduced an integrated form that became known as “the musical play.” Their shows that followed included Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I, and The Sound of Music. Collectively, the Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals have earned Tony, Oscar, Grammy, Emmy, Pulitzer, and Olivier Awards.

Oscar
Hammerstein II

Book & Lyrics

After long and highly distinguished careers with other collaborators, Richard Rodgers (Composer, 1902-79) and Oscar Hammerstein II (Librettist/Lyricist, 1895-1960) joined forces in 1943 to create the most successful partnership in American Musical Theatre. Prior to joining forces, Rodgers collaborated with lyricist Lorenz Hart on musical comedies that epitomized wit and sophistication (Pal Joey, On Your Toes, Babes In Arms, and more), while Hammerstein brought new life to operetta and created the classic Show Boat with Jerome Kern. Oklahoma!, the first Rodgers & Hammerstein musical, introduced an integrated form that became known as “the musical play.” Their shows that followed included Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I, and The Sound of Music. Collectively, the Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals have earned Tony, Oscar, Grammy, Emmy, Pulitzer, and Olivier Awards.

Daniel
Kluger

Orchestrations & Arrangements

DANIEL KLUGER (Orchestrations and Arrangements). Broadway: Marvin’s Room, Significant Other. New York: I Was Most Alive With You, The Light Years, Antlia Pneumatica, Marjorie Prime, Iowa (Playwrights Horizons); Man From Nebraska (Second Stage); The Effect, Tribes (Barrow Street Theatre); The Mystery of Love and Sex, Nikolai and the Others (Lincoln Center); Lost Girls, The Nether (MCC); Describe The Night, I’m Gonna Pray for You So Hard, Women or Nothing (Atlantic Theater Company). www.danielkluger.com.

John
Heginbotham

Choreography

JOHN HEGINBOTHAM (Choreographer). Originally from Anchorage, Alaska, John graduated from The Juilliard School (1993) and was a member of Mark Morris Dance Group (1998-2012). He is co-founder and director of Dance Heginbotham, is on faculty/staff at Dartmouth College/the HOP, and works frequently with Dance for PD®. Awards include: Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award (2014), Guggenheim Fellowship (2018). John is grateful for the beautiful support and company of his family, friends, and collaborators. Thank you Agnes de Mille. www.danceheginbotham.org .

Laura
Jellinek

Scenic Design

LAURA JELLINEK (Set Design). Broadway: Oklahoma! (Tony & Drama Desk nominations, Obie award); Sea Wall / A Life; Marvin’s Room. Off-Broadway: The Antipodes, Everybody (Signature Theatre); Buzzer (The Public); Mary Page Marlowe (2ST); Mary Jane (NYTW); Rags Parkland… (Ars Nova); The Wolves, Queens (LCT); Heroes of the Fourth Turning, The Treasurer, Marjorie Prime (Playwrights Horizons); A Life (Playwrights Horizons, Lortel Award, Hewes Design Award); Small Mouth Sounds (Ars Nova, Signature Theatre, national tour); The Debate Society, The Mad Ones. Regional: Yale Rep, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Williamstown, Southcoast Rep. Opera: Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Boston Lyric Opera, Opera Philadelphia, Atlanta Opera. Obie for Sustained Excellence in Design. Education: MFA, NYU.

Terese
Wadden

Costume Design

TERESE WADDEN (Costume Designer). She/her. Broadway: Oklahoma! Off Broadway: Oklahoma! (St. Ann’s, Bard SummerScape), Peter Pan (Bard SummerScape), Acquanetta (PROTOtype, Bard SummerScape), 1776 (Encores!). Opera: Cosi fan tutte (Santa Fe Opera), The Wake World (Opera Philadelphia), The Little Match Girl Passion (Perez Museum, Miami), In the Penal Colony (BLO), Pyramus and Thisbe (Canadian Opera Company). Her work has been seen at Spoleto, Glimmerglass, Tanglewood, Lyric Opera of Chicago, New York City Opera, Portland Opera, BAC and BAM. She was a Rome Prize Fellow at the American Academy in Rome 2020-2021.

Scott
Zielinski

Lighting Design

SCOTT ZIELINSKI (Lighting Designer). NY (selected): Atlantic Theater Company, Broadway, CSC, Lincoln Center Festival, MTC, NYTW, Playwrights Horizons, The Public, Signature Theatre, TFANA, Vineyard Theatre. Regional (selected): Goodman Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Mark Taper Forum, Spoleto Festival, Steppenwolf Theatre. International: Adelaide, Amsterdam, Avignon, Beijing, Berlin, Bregenz, Edinburgh, Fukuoka, Gennevilliers, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Linz, Ljubljana, London, Lyon, Melbourne, Orleans, Oslo, Ottawa, Paris, Rennes, Reykjavik, Rotterdam, Rouen, St. Gallen, Seoul, Singapore, Shanghai, Shizuoka, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Sydney, Taipei, Tokyo, Toronto, Vienna, Vilnius, Zurich. scottzielinski.com

Drew
Levy

Sound Design

DREW LEVY (Sound Design). He/him. Broadway: Oklahoma! (Tony nom., Drama Desk nom.), Honeymoon in Vegas (Drama Desk nom.), Chaplin (Drama Desk Award), The Winslow Boy, The Importance of Being Earnest, Present Laughter. Off-Broadway: Judgment Day (Park Avenue Armory), Oklahoma! (St. Ann’s), Cleopatra, One Day the Musical, The Weir, Why Torture is Wrong…, Emergence-See!, Rainbow Kiss, Dutchman (AUDELCO Viv nom.), The Mistakes Madeline Made. Regional: The Old Globe, Heartbreak Hotel (Chicago), ART, Williamstown, Huntington, Westport Country Playhouse, Two River Theater, the McCarter Theater, Arena Stage, Long Wharf. Other: Reconfiguration: An Evening with Other Lives at BAM; Drama Desk Awards 2014 & 2015; Metropolitan Opera 125th Anniversary Gala.

Joshua
Thorson

Projection Design

JOSHUA THORSON (Projections Designer). He/him. Thorson is an artist and projection designer for theater. His video work has been exhibited internationally. Theatrical productions include Oklahoma! (St. Ann’s & Fisher Center); Requiem Reimagined (Albany Symphony); Paradise Lost (ART); Paradise Park (Signature Theater), Urban Renewal with Kyle deCamp (Crossing the Line, NewSettings, OnEdge Festivals), among others. He is an Assistant Professor in the School of Photographic Arts & Sciences at RIT.

Nathan
Koci

Music Supervisor and Additional Vocal Arrangements

NATHAN KOCI (Music Supervisor, Additional Vocal Arrangements). He/him. Koci is a conductor and musician across multiple disciplines including folk music, contemporary classical music, dance, and experimental theater. He most recently served as the Music Director and Vocal Arranger for the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of Oklahoma!, and is currently the Associate Music Director of Hadestown on Broadway. He has premiered new works by artists such as Timo Andres, Anthony Braxton, Daniel Fish, Ted Hearne, John Heginbotham, Maira Kalman, William Kentridge, Guy Klucevsek, Sam Sadigursky, and Stew and Heidi, among others, working with ensembles such as Dance Heginbotham, Alarm Will Sound, The Knights, Ensemble Modern, Bang on a Can, the Tri-Centric Orchestra, the Michael Leonhart Orchestra, and Wordless Music. He performs and records with groups including The Hands Free, The Solomon Diaries, Bingelela, The Opposite of a Train, and Shovels and Rope and currently teaches improvisation at The New School College of Performing Arts. www.nathankoci.com

Taylor Williams, CSA

Casting

TAYLOR WILLIAMS, CSA (Casting). Film and Broadway: What the Constitution Means to Me. Broadway: Slave Play (Artios Award), Is This a Room and Dana H. Virtual: Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical, amfAR The Great Work Begins. TV: Casting Assistant on Season 1 of “P-Valley”. Resident Casting Director at New York Theatre Workshop and Page 73 Productions. taylorwilliamscasting.com. Huge thanks to Borna Barzin, Associate Casting Director of this tour. Special thanks to Andrew Fem for their contributions to this process and for everything they do to make casting, as a whole, a better industry.

Jeremy Chernick

Special Effects Designer

JEREMY CHERNICK (Special Effects Design). He/Him. Chernick has worked with Disney Theatrical Group creating effects for Frozen, Aladdin, Hunchback of Notre Dame, & Tarzan. Jeremy has worked on over 50 Broadway productions, including West Side Story, Beetlejuice, Hadestown and Oklahoma!. In London’s West End, Jeremy designed Harry Potter and the Cursed Child & Let the Right One In. Jeremy’s work has been featured in prominent performing and visual arts institutions across the globe. In 2018, Jeremy
was an Emmy Award honoree for his work on NBC’s “Jesus Christ Superstar Live”. Jeremy serves as Head designer for J&M Special Effects in Brooklyn.
www.jmfx.net

Andy Collopy

Music Director

ANDY COLLOPY (Music Director). He/him. Music department credits include The Lightning Thief (Broadway, first national tour), Daddy Long Legs (Off-Broadway), Knights’ Tale (Tokyo world premier), and Sousatzka (Toronto world premier). He works frequently on the development of new musicals, and has music directed a myriad of readings and workshops in New York City and across the country. Active as an educator and coach, Andy has worked with such organizations as IAMT Creators, MaxTheatrix, and the Open Jar Institute. Thanks to Jessie for being the best drum teacher, dog co-parent, and partner that anyone could ask for.

Eva Price
Level Forward Abigail Disney
Barbara Manocherian &
Carl Moellenberg
James L. Nederlander David Mirvish
Mickey Liddell &
Robert Ahrens
BSL Enterprises &
MagicSpace Entertainment

Berlind Productions John Gore Organization Cornice Productions
Bard Fisher/R. Gold LAMF/J. Geller T. Narang/ZMK Media R/F/B/V Group
Tamar Climan St. Ann’s Warehouse

Associate Producer –
Square 1 Theatrics

The Bard Summerscape Production Of
Rodgers & Hammerstein's

Oklahoma!

Music By Richard Rodgers

Book and Lyrics By Oscar Hammerstein II

Based on the Play Green Grow the Lilacs

By Lynn Riggs

Original Choreography By Agnes De Mille

Orchestrations & Arrangements and Music Supervision Daniel Kluger

Choreography By John Heginbotham

Scenic Design By Laura Jellinek

Costume Design By Terese Wadden

Lighting Design By Scott Zielinski

Sound Design By Drew Levy

Projection Design By Joshua Thorson

Music Direction and Additional Vocal Arrangements Nathan Koci

Directed By Daniel Fish

This production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s OKLAHOMA! was originally developed, produced, and premiered at the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College (Jeanne Donovan Fisher, Chair; Leon Botstein, President; Gideon Lester, Artistic Director; Bob Bursey, Executive Director; Caleb Hammons, Senior Producer) in July 2015.

It was subsequently developed and produced by St. Ann’s Warehouse and Eva Price at the Joseph S. and Diane H. Steinberg Theater, Brooklyn, NY, Fall 2018.

Header photo by Matt Murphy
Album photos by Brigitte Lacomb