No matter what type of performance you enjoy, Oklahoma offers something for everyone in April.

Celebrity Attractions and OKC Broadway both bring the smash-hit musical Chicago to the Tulsa PAC and Civic Center Music Hall – on April 2-3, and 9-13, respectively. Enjoy the beloved show with catchy songs, impressive dance numbers and twists you won’t see coming.

Also in both our major metros is the Glenn Miller Orchestra, arriving at Edmond’s Armstrong Auditorium on April 4 and the Tulsa PAC on April 5. Known as the most sought after big band in the world, Glenn Miller is a can’t-miss. 

Back in Tulsa, visit the TCC Van Trease PACE for Tulsa Sings! Best on Broadway on April 6. Guests can enjoy a ride through Broadway’s greatest hits with Tulsa Sings! finalists and famous vocalist Scott Coulter. At the PAC, enjoy comedian Mike Birbiglia on April 9, along with Tulsa Symphony’s Mozart’s Requiem on April 13. Chamber Music Tulsa brings the Dali Quartet on April 21, and Theatre Tulsa’s Once on the Island runs April 26-May 5. For the kiddos, enjoy Tulsa Ballet’s Jack & the Bean Stalk at the Hardesty Center for Dance Education on April 19-20.  

In OKC, the Civic Center is the hub for performance goodies. Attend April 5-6 for OKC Phil’s Cirque Musica Heroes & Villains, along with a kid-friendly At The Circus With Phil performance April 7. Another OKC Phil venture, Pines of Rome, plays April 20. Lastly, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets In Concert plays at the Civic on April 26-27. If you’re looking for even more theatrical goodness, venture to Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma for King of Pangaea, playing through April 7. 

Around the state, you won’t want to miss The Book of Mormon (April 1-2) and Yo-Yo Ma and Kathryn Stott (April 5), both at the McKnight Center for the Performing Arts in Stillwater.

Chicago; photo by Jeremy Daniel courtesy Celebrity Attractions

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