With spring in full swing, performing arts are around every corner. 

In Tulsa, Celebrity Attractions brings two shows to the PAC this month. The first, Ain’t Too Proud from April 4-9, follows the life and times of vocal group The Temptations – from their roots in Detroit all the way to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Second, see Legally Blonde the Musical April 19-20, celebrating all things girl power as Elle Woods heads to law school. Stick around the PAC for Tulsa Symphony’s The Princess Bride in Concert, where guests can enjoy the classic film with a live score. You can also experience the Glenn Miller Orchestra on April 18 and Chamber Music Tulsa’s presentation of the Neave Trio on April 23. At the TCC Van Trease PACE, Signature Symphony hosts its fourth annual Tulsa Sings! competition on April 8 – and guests can vote for the winner!

In OKC, the Civic Center touts a variety of shows. First is OKC Broadway’s presentation of Riverdance on its 25th anniversary tour, running April 5-6. Then, OKC Phil comes in hot with two shows – Joshua Bell on April 15 and Black Panther in Concert from April 28-29. The first celebrates a lauded violinist, and the second offers a screening of the beloved Marvel film with a live score. Also in OKC, visit Lyric at the Plaza from April 5-29 for Lyric Theatre’s The Play That Goes Wrong, or venture to Edmond for Celtic Throne, running April 30 at Armstrong Auditorium.

Stillwater’s McKnight Center for the Performing Arts also hosts two events this month – a live score screening of Peter Pan on April 2, and An Evening with Leslie Odom, Jr. on April 28-29. 

Photo courtesy Celebrity Attractions

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