Photo by Julia Cervantes courtesy Celebrity Attractions

In Tulsa, the PAC welcomes a range of entertainment options to suit any taste. The month begins with American Theatre Company’s All The King’s Women from March 1-9. The story follows Elvis Presley, but his story is told through the eyes of 17 women in his life. You won’t want to miss the last bit of My Fair Lady’s run, through March 3, brought by Celebrity Attractions. Other goodies at the PAC include Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in Concert, performed by Tulsa Symphony on March 9-10, as well as the Horszowsi Trio, hosted by Chamber Music Tulsa. The fun doesn’t end there – Tulsa Ballet’s romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet runs March 21-24, as well as Celebrity Attraction’s To Kill A Mockingbird March 26-31. At Tulsa Community College’s VanTrease PACE, enjoy Inevitable Beethoven: The Struggle for Creation on March 2. 

The Civic Center Music Hall hosts OKC Broadway’s Wicked through March 10. Don’t miss OKC Philharmonic’s show Glorious Life on March 23, alongside Canterbury Voices’ All for the Saints performance on March 14. At the Susan E. Brackett Dance Center, OKC Ballet presents its annual Future Voices showcase on March 7-10. Take a quick trip to Edmond to enjoy the talented violinist Ray Chen on March 14. 

Outside the major metros, visit the Simmons Center in Duncan for hilarious musical The Addams Family, March 1-2, or the McKnight Center in Stillwater for the Piano Spectacular on March 3. 

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