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Just About Everything

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...

Pristine Cinema Beckons

As the end of year approaches, the big Oscar contenders tend to roll out en masse. But don’t you worry, we’ve got some non-Oscar bait films this month as well, and they look just as excellent.  Starting the month off right, sit back and enjoy Weird: The Al Yankovic Story. Starring Daniel Radcliffe as the titular Weird Al, the film...

Original Content Abounds

August soon arrives, and instead of blockbusters and sequels, it’s mostly a month filled with original films, unattached to previously existing IP. A rarity to be sure! Hopefully, these stories can pull you to the theater (and out of the heat) a few times in the coming weeks. First up, a psychological thriller called Resurrection. The story follows Margaret (Rebecca...

Welcome to the Circus

The Big Top hasn’t left town, but Hugo – long the winter home of circus shows – no longer calls itself “Circus City U.S.A.” Although the influence of the fast-paced, three-ring shows that feature clowns, acrobatics and animals remains strong, the Choctaw County seat of about 5,100 has much more to offer than the lure of the circus, says Kelli...

A Peek into the Season

108 Contemporary Kite and Natani Notah: In The Realm of MiraclesAug. 5-Sept. 25 Donald G. Longcrier: Sin TituloOct. 7-Nov. 23 VisionMakers 2022Dec. 2-Jan. 22 AHHA Tulsa Sticker Book – Julie AlpertAug. 5-Nov. 20 American Theatre Company The Great American Trailer Park MusicalOct. 7-15  A Christmas CarolDec. 9-23 Skeleton CrewMarch 3-11 American BuffaloMay 5-13 Armstrong Auditorium Gentri – The Gentlemen TrioSept. 15 Maxwell Quartet – The Kilted QuartetNov. 10 Delirium MusicumDec. 1 The Five BrownsJan....

The Best of the Best 2022

Each year, we ask and you respond – enthusiastically, we might add – letting us know with your votes who really is The Best of the Best. The following pages outline winners in an excitingly broad array of groups, ranging from physicians and architects to companies, casinos, fine dining restaurants, gift stores and weekend getaway locations. In short –...

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...

Wintertime Activities

To escape the hustle and bustle of holiday stress, pop in to one of many sporting events around the state this month. In Tulsa, the Oilers are keeping up with regular season hockey games at the BOK Center. Visit Dec. 2-3, 5, 9-10, 12 and 19 to cheer on the city’s team.  In OKC, the Thunder are swiftly working through the...

The Best of the Best 2021

For the last 22 years, we’ve asked Oklahomans a simple question: Who’s the best? And as always, you’ve responded with ample enthusiasm, coming out in droves to let us know your favorites. It’s been a tough year and a half, no doubt about it, but local businesses have responded to adversity with sheer Okie grit, continuing to deliver the...

Master of All Trades

Sam Harris may be the ultimate show-biz hyphenate.  It’s hard to believe that some 37 years have passed since the Sand Springs native brought down the house, and the whole country, on the TV talent show Star Search, leading to a recording contract, hit songs and a string of full-length albums. That’s when the hyphens began for him: singer-television performer-major-label...