The Production Company announces Oklahoma! full cast

This morning Melbourne based musical theatre outfit The Production Company announced the full cast of its upcoming production of the Roger’s & Hammerstein classic Oklahoma!

Principal cast members Simon Gleeson, Anna O’Byrne and Elise McCann were previously announced, at the season launch, and will be playing the rolls of Curly Mclain, Laurey Williams and Ado Annie Carnes respectively. Also previously announced were Bobby Fox (Jersey Boys, Blood Brothers) as Will Parker, Robyn Nevin (My Fair Lady) as Aunt Eller Murphey, Ben Mingay (An Officer and a Gentleman) as Jud Fry and Richard Piper as Andrew Carnes.

Today announcements confirms that they will be joined by Grant Piro as Ali Hakim and Greg Stone as Ike Skidmore. The ensemble will include Glen Hogstrom, Glaston Toft, Greta Sherriff, Annie Aitken, Amy Berrisford, Embla Bishop, Jared Bryan, Zack Anthony Curran, Alex given, Courtney Glass, Luke Haberecht, Melanie Hawkins, Georgina Hopson, Stefanie Jones, Andrew Kroenert, Elysha Manik, Joe Meldrum, Imogen Moore, Daniel Roberts, Sue-ellen Shook and Jordan Turner. The children’s ensemble will include Chiara Alleva, Rachel Kipnis, Alannah Parfett, Lucia Valentine Schwerdt.


Oklahoma! is brimming with show-stopping hits: Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’, The Surrey With The Fringe On Top, People Will Say We’re in Love, I Cain’t Say No and the title song Oklahoma!

Oklahoma! will play at the State Theatre, Melbourne from 26 May to June 3, tickets are on sale now!

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Matt Edwards

Matt is a past owner of AussieTheatre, working as digital director from 2011 to 2019. He is also a performer, most recently appeared in the Australian tour of Mamma Mia! and previously in the Australian/NZ tour of CATS and Enda Markey's acclaimed production of Blood Brothers. As well as performing Matt keeps himself busy in the digital side of the arts working with web design agency Emptyhead Digital

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