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OKLAHOMA Will parker Line memorization
Will Parker's cue's and lines in R&H's Musical, Oklahoma
Curly: ... I'll go hitch up the horses now 'f you say it's alright.
Hi, Aunt Eller!
Eller: hi, Will! what happened at the fair? do any good in the steer ropin?
I did purty good. I WON IT!
Boys ad lib... good boy, always knew ya could etc...
Cain't stay but a minnut aunt eller, got to git over to Ado Annie. Don't you remember her paw said if ever i was worth fifty dollars i could have her.
Eller: Fifty dollars! That's whut they gave you for prize money?
Eller: Lands, if annie's paw keeps his promise, we'll be dancin' at yer weddin'
if he don't keep his promise I'll take her right from under his nose, and i won't give him the present i brung for him
(take out "little wonder")
look fellers! whut i got for Ado Annie's paw!
(boys crowd around)
'Scuse us Aunt Eller. You see, you put it up to yer eyes, like this. Then when ya git a good look, you turn it 'round at th' top, and the pitcher changes
IKE: well I'll be side gaited
Git out of it, Junior!
Eller: .... I'm a good mind to tell Annie on yer
Please don't, Aunt Eller. She wouldn't understand.
Eller: no tellin' whut you been up to. Bet you been carryin on plenty in Kansas City.
I wouldn't exactly call it carryin' on. But i shore did see some things i never see before
Ike: Whut you doin', will?
This is the two-step. That's all they're dancin' nowadays. the waltz is Through. Course they don't do it alone. C'mon, Aunt Eller
Fred: whut you doin now, Will?
That's rag-time, seen a couple coloured folks doin' it
ENTER during ALI HAKIM and ADO ANNIE scene
Ali: i didn't say nothing!
(off stage) WHOA SUZANNA! Yoohoo Ado Annie! It's me. I'm Back.
annie: Oh foot! jist when -- 'Lo Will!
(off stage) Get over, you old beast!
Ali: Why fight? i never saw the man before. i only fight with my friends.
(enter) Ado Annie, How's my honey bunch? How's the sweetest little hundred and ten pounds of sugar in the territory?
Annie: er -- Will, this is Ali Hakim
How are yuh, Hak? don't mind the way i talk. 'S all right. I'm goin; to marry her.
Ali: Marry her? On purpose
Annie: Six wives, all at once?
Shore. 'At's a way they do in them countries
Ali: ... he's a bachelor
Annie: look will --
Look, Will Nuthin'. you know whut i got fer first prize down at the fair? Fifty dollars!
Annie: Well that was good...fifty dollars?
Well sure. Ketch on? Yer paw promised I cud marry you 'f I cud git fifty dollars.
Annie: 'At's right he did
know what I done wit it? Spent it all on presents fer you
Annie: but if you spent it you ain't got the cash.
Whut i got is worth more'n the cash. Feller who sold me the stuff told me.
Annie: But, Will...
Stopp sayin' but will -- when do i get a little kiss? Gosh, Ado Annie, honey, y'ain't been off my mind since i left.
All the time at the fair grounds even, when i was chasin' steers. I'd rope one under the hofs and pull him up sharp, and he'd land on his little rump... Nen i'd think of you
Annie: Ah! now don't start talkin' purty, Will.
See a lot of beautiful girls in Kansas City. Didn't give a look
Annie: how could you see 'em if you didn't give 'em a look?
I mean I didn't look lovin at 'em... Like I look at you.
Annie: Oh, please don't look like that way, Will, I cain't bear it
Ain't i gonna stop lookin like this till you give me a littl ole kiss
Annie: Oh, Whut's a little ole kiss?
well, nothing -- less'n it comes from you
Annie: you do talk purty! ... no, no i won't.
"NO. 8 song/ ensemble entrance"
Enter top of ACT II "The farmer and the cow man
Carnes: He come out west and made alot of changes
he come out west and built alot of fences!!!
"The farmer and the cowman"
(Start of the auction)
Eller: ... around back here. Follow me.
Ali: hello, young fellow.
Oh, It's you!
Ali: i was just hoping to meet up with you. it seems you and me ought to have a little talk
We only got one thing to talk about. Well, Mr. Hakim, i hear you got yourself engaged to Ado Annie.
Ali: Well --
Well, nothing! i don't know what to call you. you aint purty enough for a skunk. You ain't skinny anough for a snake. You're too little to be a man, and too big to be a mouse. I reckon You're a rat!
Ali: That's logical
Answer me one question. do you really lover her?
Ali: well --
'Cuz if i thought you didn't i'd tie you up in this bag and drop you in the river. Are you serious about her?
Ali: Yes. I'm serious
And do you worsip the ground she walks on, like I do? And, Hakim, this is one answer that'd better be Yes.
Ali: Yes- yes- yes
The HELL you do!
Would you spend every cent youhad for her? That's whut I did. See that bag? Full o' presents. Cost fifty bucks. All I had in the world.
Ali: if you had that fifty dollars cash --
I'd have Ado Annie, and you'd lose her.
Ali: Yes, I'd lose her. Let's see what you got in here. might want to buy something
What would you want with them?
Ali: ... I'll give you eight dollars for it.
Eight Dollars? That wouldn't be honest, i only paid Three Fifty.
Ali: ... say! thats a cracker- Jake!
Take your hands off that! That wuz for our weddin' night!
Ali: it don't fit you so good. I'll pay you twenty two dollars.
Ali: all right then 22.50. but not a cent more. what a beautiful ankle brace!
Them -- Those -- that was fer her to wear
ali:... and fifty cents is forty five fifty.
Forty-Five fifty? say that's almos' -- that's -- Want to buy some more?
D'you ever see one of these?
Ali: Whut made you buy this? got it IN fer somebody?
How d'you mean? it's jist funny pitchers.
ali: ... it's --
Laurey: whur is ev'ybody? whur's Aunt Eller?
On th'other side of the house, Laurey.
Jud: (off) Laurey! Whur'd ya run to?
How much'll you give me fer this thing?
Ali: ... I guess you don't know what it really is.
Shore do. it's jist a girl in pink tights
jud: either you two see Laurey?
Jist went to tg' other side of the house. Auction's goin on there?
Ali: ... little wonder.
Jud: how much?
Three dollars and fifty cents
Jud: lotta money but i got an idy it might be worth it
Let's see three fifty from him and forty five fifty from you -- 'at makes fifty dollars don't it?
Ali: no. One dollar short
Darn it! i musta figured wrong. how much for all the resta the stuff in the bag?
Ali: ... One Dollar!
DONE! Now i got Fifty dollars, ain't i? Know whut that means? Means I'm goin to take Ado Annie back from you!
Ali: you wouldn't do a thing like that to me!
Oh, wouldn't I? And when i tell her paw who i got mosta the money offa, mebbe he'll change his mind 'bout who's smart and who's nbumb
(lots of biddin' n such)
Eller: ... 'Nother desk for the school house. Do i hear anymore?
You hear Fifty dollars!
Carnes: He ain't got fifty dollars!
Oh, yes, i have. and 'f your a man of yer honour y' gotta say annie belongs to me, like y' said she would
Carnes: but where's yer money?
Right here in my hand.
Carnes: ... The peddler's still got my daughter's hand
Now wait a minnut. That ain't Fair!
Eller: going fer fifty dollars, goin...
Ali: Fifty One!
Wait a minute. WAIT! 'F i don't bid any more i c'n keep my money cain't i?
Eller: Shore can
'Nen i still got fifty dollars. This is mine!
Eller: ... Annie'll git the prize i guess
And i git Annie!
Eller: Pick 'at banjo to pieces sam!
(change of scene, into "all 'er nothing")
Well, Ado Annie. i got the fifty dollars cash, now you name the day
Annie: August Fifteenth
Why August fifteenth?
Annie: That was the first day i was kissed
Was it? I didn't remember that
Annie: you wasn't there
Now look here, We gotta have a serious talk. Now that yer engaged to me, you gotta stop havin' fun!... I mean with other fellers.
"All Er Nothing"
LAUREY and JUD argue
Jud: ... Told you the way it was. You wouldn't listen --
(off stage) Annie! Ado Annie!
Laurey: Who's 'at?
It's me Laurey. Hey, Have you seen Annie?
(Laurey shakes her head no)
She's gone agin.
Well, you found yer's. I gotta go hunt for mine
(ANNIE and ALI say good bye)
Ali: Ah, Will! i want to say good-bye to you too
No, you don't. I jist saw the last one
Ali: ... You don't mind? i am a friend of the family now
Did you say you was goin?
Ali: ... I wish it was me she was marrying instead of you
It don't seem to make an awful lot of difference
Ali: ... The lonely gypsy
Annie: Ali! Ali!
you ain't goin to think of the ole peddler anymore, air you?
Annie: Course not. Never think of one less'n he's with me.
Then I'm never goin' to leave yer side.
Annie: ... give me one of them persian goodbyes?
Persian godd-byes? Why, that ain't nothing compared to an Oklahoma Hello!
Curly: hey, Will! Would you hitch the team to the surrey fer me?
Shore will! have it up in a jiffy!
(GERTIE and ALI get married)
Annie: Hey! Will! D'you hear the news? Gertie married the peddler!
Mighty glad to hear that, peddler man. Friend of the fambly.... remember? Hey Gertie! have you ever had an Oklahoma hello?
Ali: Hey! Where ya goin'?
I'm goin' to stop Ado Annie from killin' yer wife