You’ll still be able to find some holiday magic on the stage this month.
Tulsa Ballet presents The Lost Nutcracker from Dec. 17-20 at Cox Business Convention Center. This socially-distant show offers holiday-centric pieces from three world-renowed choreographers. Patrons can also purchase tickets to a virtual livestream at tulsaballet.org.
The OKC Philharmonic offers A Classic Christmas on Dec. 4-5 at Civic Center Music Hall. The show blends a variety of sentimental holiday favorites in a safe environment.
The Oklahoma City Ballet presents The Nutcracker (Short & Sweet) from Dec. 12-20 at Civic Center Music Hall. This year’s production has been shortened to one act, but still includes all your favorite characters.
In Edmond, Armstrong Auditorium hosts Paul – Ambassador in Bonds from Dec. 19-21. Portraying the final imprisonment of the Apostle Paul in a Rome, the musical features staff and students from Herbert W. Armstrong College, Imperial Academy and Armstrong Dance.
Adjusting to fit the times, Lyric Theatre’s rendition of A Christmas Carol, running through Dec. 27, takes place at the Harm Homestead this year in an outdoor production where guests walk from scene to scene.
In Miami, enjoy Miracle on 34th Street! from Dec. 3-6 at Miami Little Theatre, or visit Gaslight Theatre in Enid for holiday classic Little Women on Dec. 4-6 and 10-12.