Performances are around every corner this November – including a few early holiday treats.
At the Tulsa PAC, enjoy Carmen Nov. 3-6, by Tulsa Ballet. Stick around for other goodies that include Theatre Tulsa’s Our Town on Nov. 11-20; Chamber Music Tulsa’s presentation of the Maxwell Quartet on Nov. 12-13 (with a performance at ahha Tulsa Nov. 11); and Tulsa Symphony’s Dvorak’s Symphony No. 7 on Nov. 19. Lastly, Celebrity Attractions brings Six to Tulsa from Nov. 23-27. The story, described as a “euphoric celebration of 21st century girl power,” follows the six wives of Henry VIII as they “remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak.”
The OKC Philharmonic remains as busy as ever this month at the Civic Center Music Hall with three performances. First up is Happy 90th, John Williams!, running Nov. 4-5 in a tribute to one of the world’s most lauded composers. Return for Bolero! on Nov. 12 with guest conductor Joseph Young, and conclude your Thanksgiving outings with Home Alone in Concert on Nov. 26. OKC Broadway also offers two shows at the Civic Center this month – Tootsie on Nov. 15-20 and the iconic Mannheim Steamroller Christmas on Nov. 22. You can also visit the Harn Homestead to view Lyric Theatre’s A Christmas Carol from Nov. 16-Dec. 23, a tradition twelve years in the making.
And don’t forget performances at Stillwater’s McKnight Center for the Performing Arts; the annual Chamber Music Festival runs Nov. 4-6 and Legally Blonde: The Musical comes to town Nov. 10-11.