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How Oklahoma! and Ali Stroker made Broadway history in 2019

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ew Maureen Lee Lenker
2019-12-24 00:00:28

Known affectionately as “the Oklahoma! that f—s,” this Rodgers and Hammerstein revival broke away from its roots, with its in-the-round presentation and potent carnal energy.But the biggest moment for director Daniel Fish’s production didn’t happen during a performance – it was at the Tony Awards, when actress Ali Stroker, 32, became the first wheelchair user to win a Tony, taking home gold for ...

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