You can catch a variety of shows on the stage this month.

At the Tulsa PAC, Tulsa 21! Black Wall Street runs from June 3 to 13. The play, which tackles a historical re-telling of the Tulsa Race Massacre, also incorporates the stories of real people living in Tulsa today.

At the BOK Center, the Tulsa Symphony teams up with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz for All Rise, an enticing night of music, on June 6.

The OKC Phil presents two shows this month: German Dexterity and Panache on June 5 with special guest Marat Gabdulloin on violin; and Music from Home on June 11-12 with a variety of crossover folk and country songs. Both shows are presented virtually and at the Civic Center Music Hall.

Edmond’s Armstrong Auditorium hosts Celtic Throne on June 6, which melds an engaging musical score with stunning Irish dance.

Lyric Theatre returns with a classic favorite: Grease, running June 15-27 at Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School’s football stadium. 

And you won’t want to miss the tragic yet beautiful Madama Butterfly, brought to life by Painted Sky Opera, running June 26 at the Hudiburg Chevrolet Center in OKC.

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