Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre (SCOT) proudly announces the premiere of its 2014 Summer Broadway Musical, Oklahoma!

"Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre (SCOT) proudly announces the premiere of its 2014 Summer Broadway Musical, Oklahoma! The classic musical is the story of Laurey and the two rivals for her affections: Curly, a cowboy, and Jud, the hired farmhand. The play takes place in 1906 in an Indian territory of the American West during the time when Oklahoma was established as a state. It tackles class issues between the farmers and the cowmen in the still-developing, rugged landscape of a state in its infancy as characters struggle to find hope, love and the fulfillment of "the American Dream." Oklahoma! has delighted audiences for years, and SCOT audiences will find no exception. Packed with exciting music and dance numbers and enough emotions to make audiences sob, sigh, and laugh; Oklahoma! is entertainment for audiences of all ages.
                Oklahoma! will premiere at the Wilson Amphitheatre of Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre on Wedensday, August 13th, 2014 at 8:00PM. It will run for two weekends; playing August 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, and August  20th, 21st, 22nd, and 23rd (all at 8:00PM). House opens at 7:30PM. Ticket prices are $16 for adults, $8 for children under twelve, and $14 for seniors over 60, all subject to entertainment tax. Discount rates are available for groups of fifteen or more, per advance reservation. The Theatre never cancels a show before 9:00PM; but in the event of inclement weather, rain tickets will be issued to all attendees and are good for any show at any time the theatre operates. No refunds will be given.

                Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre (SCOT) and its parent company, The Snow Camp Historical Drama Society, Inc. (SCHDS) are committed to providing quality arts programming for the enrichment of the Snow Camp and Alamance County community via fully realized professional productions of two historical dramas, a Broadway musical, two shows for young audiences, and two theatre skills camps for young people. In addition to its professional summer stock season, the SCHDS also presents seasonal music and craft festivals, and hosts a weekly summer farmer’s market. SCHDS and SCOT are committed especially to preserving the rich tradition of Quaker and African-American influence in Alamance County, housing an eclectic, unique collection of historical buildings and artifacts available by free tour for any visitors."
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