Just in time for the holidays, performing arts companies in Oklahoma have plenty of programming this month.

In Tulsa, don’t miss Elf in Concert on Dec. 2 at the PAC. The Tulsa Symphony will play alongside one of modern cinema’s most beloved movies. (You can also see the show Dec. 1 at Stillwater’s McKnight Center for the Performing Arts!) 

For your Nutcracker fix, you won’t want to miss both Tulsa Ballet’s and OKC Ballet’s renditions. At the PAC, see the show Dec. 9-23, and at the OKC Civic Center Music Hall, enjoy performances Dec. 10-18. 

Additionally, both major metros offer a version of A Christmas Carol this month. In Tulsa, you can watch American Theatre Company’s take from Dec. 9-23 at the PAC. In OKC, Lyric Theatre offers the beloved holiday tradition through Dec. 23 at the Hard Homestead. 

For Cirque Du Soleil enthusiasts, see Cirque Dreams Holidaze on Dec. 18 at the BOK Center, and OKC Broadway’s A Magical Cirque Christmas on Dec. 22-23 at the Civic Center. 

Other holiday goodies include Signature Symphony’s Christmas in Tulsa concert on Dec. 16 at the TCC Van Trease PACE; OKC Phil’s Coming Home for Christmas concert on Dec. 2-3, and Canterbury Voices’ A Canterbury Christmas on Dec. 4 at the Civic Center; The Swingles in concert on Dec. 3 at Stillwater’s McKnight Center; and A Territorial Christmas Carol, which runs throughDec. 23 at Guthrie’s Pollard Theatre.

Want a break from holiday offerings? See David Phelps on Dec. 16 at the PAC, or enjoy OKC Broadway’s Cats at the Civic Center, Dec. 30-Jan. 1. 

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