Studio 32 have done it again, delighting the audience, with three sell out performances of Oklahoma.
The lead roles of Curly and Laurey, were brilliantly portrayed by Rae Daniel andVerity Jo Spencer Hall with exceptional supporting roles from Jenni Hardy -Rooneyas the feisty Aunt Eller, the flirtatious Ado Annie played by Bev McEwan, along withthe talented Mark Lord as Will Parker.
Special credit must go to the gifted Mike Oates, who played the pedlar Ali Hakim and to Dan Ullah who played the mysterious sinister Jud Fry.
These were well supported by a host of dancing girls, cowboys, farmers wives and girlfriends, all going to make this a truly authentic and fantastic show.
Oklahoma was incredibly produced by Susan Zillah Wilson, backed by a dedicated back stage crew and Studio 32 members .
The next production for Studio32,the popular Pantomime Dick Whittington, willbe staged in November, when it is anticipated that another large donation will be made to local charities to add to the 2,000 euros presented this time, to the Alzheimer’s association and San Fulgencio town hall.
If you are interested in becoming a member of Studio 32 in any capacity , there will be an open day at Casa Ventura ,San Luis, on Wednesday 17th. June between 4.00 p.m. and 6.00 p.m.
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