Oklahoma! new casting announced

Paige Peddie, Sally Ann Triplett, David King-Yombo to join the company

The Olivier Award-winning production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! has announced new casting for its run at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London.

From 15 May 2023, Sally Ann Triplett (Billy Elliot The Musical) is joining the show as Aunt Eller, with David King-Yombo (The Ballad of St John’s Carpark) as Mike, and Paige Peddie (Disney’s The Lion King) as Ado Annie.

Continuing in their roles are Arthur Darvill as Curly McLain, James Patrick Davis as Will Parker, Stavros Demetraki as Ali Hakim, Greg Hicks as Andrew Carnes, Rebekah Hinds as Gertie Cummings, Anoushka Lucas as Laurey Williams, Marie-Astrid Mence as Lead Dancer, and Patrick Vaill as Jud Fry.

The cast also includes Andrew Berlin, Arthur Boan, Shani Cantor, Anna-Maria de Freitas, George Maddison, Brianna Ogunbawo, Finlay Paul, and Helen K Wint.

It was announced this week that Georgina Onuorah, who is currently playing Ado Annie in the show, will star in The Wizard of Oz at the London Palladium this summer.

Oklahoma! won the 2023 Olivier Award for Best Musical Revival, with Arthur Darvill picking up an Olivier for Best Actor in a Musical. The show has also won Critics’ Circle, What’s On Stage and Evening Standard Awards.

The production, which is reimagined for the stage by Daniel Fish, has already played a sold-out run at the Young Vic last year, and transferred to Broadway from St. Ann’s Warehouse in New York, winning the Tony Award for Best Musical Revival.

Oklahoma! is running at the Wyndham’s Theatre until 2 September 2023.

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