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Photo Flash: The Cast and Band of OKLAHOMA! Celebrated Their New Years Eve Early With a Festive Photo Shoot

The cast and band of the Tony Award winning musical revival of "Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!" at the Circle in the Square gathered for a fun shoot ending the year with a bang and started their New Year's Eve celebrating early by wishing all their friends and fans a wonderful , healthy and happy 2020!

See the photo below!

The Daniel Fish mounted reimagining of the Rodgers & Hammerstein American classic will end its run as scheduled on January 19th.

Photo Credit: Caroline Weber

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