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TheAthen6eis very pleasedto rvelcomePirateProductions
and the American Intemational School to its Salle des
F6tes for ff
Rodgers and Hammerstein'sOklahoma
presentation.
Besidesour orl'rr actiyity in performing various plays and
songs from tie Arnedcan musical repertoire, we take
advantageof the opportuniS,to improve our contact with
the Am€Iican IntemationalSchoolin orderto leam from it,
give our pupils an oppoftunity to meetandget to k ow one
another better and possibly joh forces for common
ventues. We ale looking folward to a successfulfuture
cooperation
andexpressout bestwishesfor the success
of
Oklahoma.
lVLHaag- Director,Athen6e.
f
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The AmericanInternational
Schooland PirateProductions
pleased
are very
to welcomeyou to their productionof
OKLAHOMA.
Our artisjicdirectorEileenNober and musicaldrrector
PeggyKenkshavebeenputtingus lhroughour pacesat a
furiousrate since beforeChristmas. Those of you vfro
know Oklahomawill recognisethat it makes extreme
demandsin terms of troupe size, acting,singingand
dancing. Puttingtogethersuch a show is no easy
enterpriso. All has nowcometogetherand we believewe
havea showwellworthviewing.
This production is the joint effort of lhe American
International School and
Pirate Productions,
group.
Luxembourg's
musicaltheatrical
Interestingly
enoq.bdthe originsof Piratesare lodgedin just sucha cooperativeeffor!1 Manyyearsago when AISL director
Harry Barteariwanted' to produce ': The Pirates of
Penzance" ani'found that the studentbbiy was too small
for such a production,
he enlistedthe aid of the local
expatriatecommunity. That show was appa#ntly a e
tremendous
successand ledto the formation
of Piralesas
a permanentfeatureof Luxembourg's
amateurtheatre.
joint
In our Oklahoma venturethe schoolis providing
the
directorsand practtdespaceand has a significantnumber
of studentsand facultyin the cast,includingseveral
leadingroles. Piratesprovides
the remainder
of the cast,
logistical,
financial
andpublicrelations
expertise.The
resultof theseeffortsis soonto be knownbutwe hope
you enjoythe performance
and urgeeveryoneinterested
in Englishtheatreandmusicalcomedyto judgefor
themselves.
GerryShields- Director.
7-
andtlteAmerican
of PirateProductions
Theassociation
Irrtcnrational
Sohoolgoesback alntosttwenlyyeals.
I ' i l r t c I \ o d u c t i o r rwsr t s b o n t I i o r I t l r c s t t c c e s s , 9 ! a
plodrrclionof the Gilberrand Strllivatopeletta.lllc
by lhe
orgartisedand sponsorccl
I)iralcsof Pcnzattcc,'
School. Todaytlre roles ltave
Arnericanlntenratiortal
beenreversedand it is the Pirateswho are organlslng
and sponsodngOKLAHOMA and AISL who are
providingthe talentedexpefiiseof EileenNober as
director atd Peggy Jenks as tnusicaldirector. As
before,the castis a combinationof AISL studentsand
staff, inclLrdirgthe directorGeny Shieldsand PiIate
nervand old, of rnanydifferentrrationalities.
rnembers,
however,rnarksa new depafture11rvenue
Oklahoma,
with the riseof thi SalledesF6tesof the Athen6ede
Luxernbotug. IIere too there is a long standing
bet\veen
llreAISL antlI\t Errrilellaag.lhe
association
dilector of the Athen6e. Mr Haag has been both
faculty and Board member of AISL and has been
wonderftlllywelcomingto the Oklahornateaur. Tltts
combinationof differentgroupslrasprovedan exciting
rnix andPirateshopesit is onethat canbe repeatedand
extendedin futureproductions. Our sincerethanksto
peoplewho have
all the rnanyenormouslyenthusiastic
rnadeOklahomapossible.
Algela Mihre,Chair,PirateProductions.
This is a photogaph
Harry Barteau, taken thirty
years ago in May 1967,
when he appearedin a
production of Oklahoma.
As you may have read,
Harry was instrumentalin
starting Pimtes. His wi
told me that after the ve*
first production of Se
Piratesof Penzance,a46) o{
people decided to -st4rt
'Pirate Productions'
a4d
were wonied that Harry
rnight think it was being
takenaway fiom him. His
'typical' reaction
was,
"good,that is what I wanted
to happen", and far from
beingworriedaboutit being
taken away from him and
the school, Hany \yas
delightedwith the start of
PirateProductions, ]'his
page is dedicated to the
memory of Hany Badeau
who died recently. We
thank him for helping to
start Pirates, which has
glven sucn a lol. ol
entertainrnent and lrrrch
enloynrent lo so nn|ly
peopleovcr lhe lfls{ lwenty
ye8rs.
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MUSICALNIJMAERS
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Curly
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curty, Larrey & Aunt Erhr
Th6 au'r6y Elth th. rrlngo on Top
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I Cain't aiy llo
Laur€y
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It'r a Acandal I lt'r a Outras.l
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Pcoplo V|lll aey Wc'ro h Lot€
Curly & Jud
Bcanc 3
out of My DleamB
Laffey
& the Gtrl!
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Acene I
The fatmer and the Col'mdn
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Carne!, Aunt Eller & Eniemble
Ado Annle, mll & tso glrlr
gcere 2
People gnll Say We're tn LoYe
curly & Laurey
ac€ne 3
otlahoma
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laurey, curly & Enaembl€
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Tulsa'. The town of pawneewasthe homeof
Pawnee
Bill, a partnerof BuIIaloBill. FiveIndian
trrbeslive at pawnee. Oklahorna
City is the state
capitalandis in the centreofthe state. It hasthe
NationalCowboyHall of Famewith manycowboy
andIndianexhibits. Anadarkois an IndianCitv.
an authenticrecrcationof an Indian village.
depictingdwellingsof sevendi{Ierenttribes. Ti;
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City in
December. Tulsahasan Indianweekin Auiusi
andan annualTulsapow-wow. Anadarkohai
an
Amerrcan Indian Exposition rn August with
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ceremonial
dances,
games
andraces.Oklahoma
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entertainment.
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