BRIXHAM Operatic and Dramatic Society's forthcoming musical production of Oklahoma features love, drama and music.
The hit musical was the first written by Rodgers and Hammerstein working as a team and it was a box office record-breaker in New York, running for an unprecedented five years.
The Brixham company is gearing up to perform numbers including People Will Say We're In Love, The Surrey With The Fringe On Top and I'm Just a Girl Who Can't Say No.
Musical director Kaitey Milner is joined by director Jon Waterworth and choreographer Jenny Rayment.
Supporters of last year's BOADS production of Hello Dolly may remember Jon in a lead role as Cornelius Hackle.
Jon is an experienced director, having worked with Shiphay Amateur Dramatic Society.
Set in Oklahoma Territory in 1906, the musical tells the story of cowboy Curly McLain and his romance with farm girl Laurey Williams.
The plot focuses on 'Box Social': who will win Laurey's hamper?
Then there is Ado Annie's dilemma — who should she marry?
And what is to be done about the disturbing presence of Jud Fry?
Oklahoma has all the elements for a highly successful show: tender love scenes, rousing chorus numbers and plenty of dramatic action — the 'territory folk' of Oklahoma will send audiences home singing their memorable tunes.