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“Leading the cast as the dashing cowpoke Curly is the stunningly talented Nathaniel Hackmann Hackmann’s voice and wealth of skill and talents deliver versions of the songs that will eradicate any preconceived notions you might have. Hackmann’s show-opening rendition of “Oh, What a Beautiful Morning” and “The Surrey With the Fringe On Top” are both beautifully nuanced, his impeccable phrasing capturing both songs’ sense of awe and wonder, making it seem as if it’s the first time you’ve heard either, while (his) “People Will Say We’re in Love” showcases the song’s lush melodies and Hammerstein’s clever lyrics to perfection. You cannot help but walk away from Oklahoma! falling a little bit in love with
Curly and the sweetly sentimental courtship played out onstage.” ()

Essays on nathaniel hawthorne young goodman brown

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