Live showcases are around every corner in May.

At the PAC, kick off the month with Theatre Tulsa’s presentation of Kinky Boots, running through May 7. Tulsa Opera’s final showcase of the season, Into the Woods, runs May 14 at the PAC; the classic Sondheim musical interweaves a variety of timeless fairytales. Tulsa Symphony also presents a May showcase at the PAC – Luminous: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 Eroica on May 20. Other Tulsa goodies include Tulsa Ballet’s Signature Series, May 11-14 at the Lorton Performance Center; and a comedy show from Nick Offerman on May 19 at River Spirit Casino Resort. 

In OKC, visit the Civic Center Music Hall for a smattering of shows. First is OKC Ballet’s Shorts, May 5-7, which presents three iconic ballets in one performance. Next, stick around for OKC Phil’s Oklahoma Stories on May 13, which acts as a tribute to a variety of Oklahomans during the Clara Luper Centennial celebration. Comedian Tim Allen visits the Civic on May 19, and you won’t want to miss Hamilton, running May 24-June 4 courtesy OKC Broadway. Mosey down to the Oklahoma History Museum for Canterbury Voices’ presentation of Crescendo on May 18 as well.

Pauls Valley and Cement offer their monthly opries on May 6 at Pauls Valley High School and 410 N. Main St. in Cement, respectively. Lastly, don’t miss Gaslight Theatre’s presentation of Arsenic and Old Lace on May 12-20 in Enid. 

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