In this behind-the scenes video, hear from Director Chris Coleman and his team about setting ‘Oklahoma!’ in a historically correct African-American town.
The end of the play serves as an ominous foreshadowing to the struggles black Americans would face in coming decades.
Chris Coleman is setting the classic musical in an African-American town, and he looks forward to the conversations that spurs
Your first look at the Theatre Company’s groundbreaking 75th Anniversary production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s beloved musical.
Here, a ‘beautiful morning’ is about the satisfaction of getting one more day to work and live as a free man
Cast of ‘Oklahoma!’ discovers a past few of them ever knew existed at Denver’s Black American West Museum
Denver Center begins work on reimagined classic setting Rodgers and Hammerstein’s first musical in an African-American town
Director Chris Coleman taps into an overlooked piece of American history when there were 50 all-black towns in the state.
‘Experiencing that sense of possibility expressed by a community we haven’t seen telling this story opens up new windows on what it means to be…