The title has also been expanded to a two-disc set. The first disc will feature a widescreen format and the second disc includes a "Making of" feature. Before being signed on to make his Broadway debut in the musical The Boy From Oz, hosting The 2003 Tony Awards, being Entertainment Weekly's "It" man and star of the "X-Men" movies, Hugh Jackman sang and danced in the National Theatre's production of Oklahoma!
Jackman starred as Curly in the Trevor Nunn-directed staging in London. The production won the Olivier Award for Outstanding Musical as well as the Evening Standard Awards and Critics Circle awards for Best Musical.
The DVD will be released by Image Entertainment. The 180-minute disc features the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic musical including the songs "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'," "The Surrey with the Fringe on Top," "People Will Say We're in Love," and the title song.
Australian-born Jackman at that point had only starred in the Australian productions of Beauty and the Beast as Gaston and Sunset Boulevard as Joe Gillis — winning the MO Award (Australia's Tony Award) for Best Actor in a Musical for the latter. He received an Olivier Award nomination for his turn in Oklahoma!
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