There’s no good reason to miss out on seeing Hugh Jackman tonight.
Great news for Hollywood and Broadway fans: Hugh Jackman–who recently starred in the worldwide hit film version of “Les Miserables”– can be seen again in his breakout musical role as cowpoke Curly in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!, Friday, November 15 at 9 p.m. on THIRTEEN’s Great Performances as part of the PBS Arts Fall Festival (check local listings). Retransferred from the original film print, the special encore telecast is presented for the first time in high definition.
Jackman originated the role in Trevor Nunn’s acclaimed Royal National Theatre (RNT) production in 1998. The production was filmed at Shepperton Studios in London just before its move from the RNT to the West End. – Via Press Release
Watch a preview! Oklahoma – Oh What a Beautiful Morning (Hugh Jackman)
Catch the performance tonight on PBS.
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