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A Miscellany of Fun

Tulsa Opera presents The Second Hurricane, running from June 11-12 at the Tulsa PAC. The opera tells the story of a storm-ravaged American town and a group of high schoolers that offer help to a nearby county, only to get stranded themselves. Just in time for summer, Celebrity Attractions brings Oklahoma! to the PAC from June 17-19. This gritty...

Dance, Opera,Theater & More 

You’d be hard-pressed to find a weekend without an enticing performance on the stage this month. Major can’t-miss shows at the PAC this month include Spitfire, running Feb. 5, hosted by the Tulsa Symphony. Principal guest conductor Daniel Hege leads the orchestra in a program featuring Walton’s Spitfire: Prelude and Fugue. Stick around for the much-anticipated Vendetta, A Mafia Story...

Performances Around Every Corner

Tulsa beckons with a wide array of shows this month.  Celebrity Attractions brings Mean Girls to the Tulsa PAC Jan. 4-9. This Broadway smash hit takes the beloved 2000’s movie straight to the stage. Choregus Productions is back and better than ever with Ballet Hispánico, coming to Lorton Performance Center on Jan. 12. Take a loop back to the PAC...

Arts Preview

108 Contemporary, TUL Artist Talk with Demitra Thomloudis Aug. 1 Building on the Body Aug. 2-Sept. 22 Jewelry workshop Aug. 10 Kat Cole lecture Aug. 30 Liz Whitney Quisgard: Kinetic World Oct. 4-Nov. 24 The State of Craft Dec. 6-Jan. 26 ahha Tulsa The Experience Through Dec. 31 Into the Land of Spectres Aug. 2-Sept. 22 Together/Apart: The Lady Minimalists Tea Society Aug. 2-Sept. 22 The Experience: Imagine May Armstrong Auditorium, Edmond Four Italian Tenors Sept. 12 Daniel Hope with the Zurich Chamber Orchestra Nov....

Beatles, Titanic, and Pawnee Bill

For fans of the original Fab Four, Celebrity Attractions presents 1964: The Tribute, one of the world’s foremost Beatles cover bands, at 8 p.m. July 12 at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. OKC’s Lyric Theatre presents two popular musical hits this summer. First is Disney’s Newsies, July 9-14 at the Civic Center Music Hall. It showcases the story of the...

Music and Comedy

The award-winning musical Fiddler on the Roof is presented June 18-23 by Celebrity Attractions in Tulsa at Chapman Music Hall. Visit celebrityattractions.com or call 918-596-7111 for tickets. The Oklahoma City Philharmonic, featuring artist Gregory Lee on the violin, presents the music of Antonio Vivaldi and Johannes Brahms on June 1 at the Civic Center Music Hall. Visit okcphil.org for tickets. Steve...

Pop, Strings and an Oklahoma Sweetheart

Tulsa’s own international pop sensation Hanson teams with Tulsa Symphony to present Hanson String Theory, showcasing the music of brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac with the orchestra. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. May 17. Visit tulsasymphony.org for more information. Jean-Yves Thibaudet plays Franz Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in A-major in the OKC Philharmonic production Classics 7 – Deep...

Perchance to Dance

The OKC Ballet debuts Visionaries: A Triple Bill at the Civic Center Music Hall with a focus on Robert Joffrey’s Pas de Deesses, George Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments and the choreography of Cayetano Soto Ramirez. Performances are at 8 p.m. April 19 and 2 and 8 p.m. April 20. Visit okcballet.org for tickets. Tulsa Ballet presents TBII: Next Generation, a...

Empowered Women and Beatlemania

Celebrity Attractions presents Waitress, the musical tale of a small-town pie maker, April 16-21 at the Tulsa PAC with evening and matinee shows. Visit celebrityattractions.com for tickets. In honor of the 50th anniversary of the iconic Beatles album Abbey Road, OKC Broadway presents Rain – A Tribute to the Beatles on April 26-27 at the Civic Center Music Hall. Visit...

‘Phil’-ed to the Brim

The Oklahoma City Philharmonic boasts three concerts in March. The Sounds of Simon & Garfunkel hits the Civic Center Music Hall stage March 1-2, with re-creations of the duo’s hits songs, including “Sounds of Silence” and “Mrs. Robinson.” A change of pace brings Rachmaninoff on March 16 with pianist Stewart Goodyear. Bring the whole family to E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial...