Jimmy Carter, Evangelicalism, And 'Oklahoma'

Jul 19, 2014

Jimmy Carter And The Evolution Of Evangelical Christianity

On July 15, 1976, Jimmy Carter strode to the podium at the Democratic national convention in Madison Square Garden in New York to accept the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.

In a new biography, Dartmouth historian Randall Balmer describes the way Carter’s born-again Christian beliefs influenced every aspect of his political and post-White House life.
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Giving 'Oklahoma' The Serenbe Experience

 

When Oklahoma debuted on Broadway in 1943, producers had to give away tickets to the musical's opening night. The show eventually became one of the most beloved in the history of musical theatre.

Fast forward to 2014 - The Serenbe Playhouse, an open air theatre company, opens its production of Oklahoma on July 24.

During a day off from rehearsal, Two Way Street host Bill Nigut sat down with the cast to talk about their newest production.
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