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All That & More

The Tulsa Symphony offers two goodies this month at the Tulsa PAC. First is Alluring: An Evening of Opera on March 4, with works from Mozart, Rossini and Verdi. Stick around for Tchaikovsky – The Man Behind the Music from March 24-26. Chamber Music Tulsa hosts the Akropolis Reed Quintet on March 12, also at the PAC; the group...

A Powerful Performance Punch

While it may be the shortest month of the year, February packs a powerful performance punch. Head to the Tulsa PAC for Tulsa Symphony’s Captivating: Brahms’ Symphony No. 1 on Feb. 4, as well as Tulsa Ballet’s Cinderella from Feb. 9-12. Stick around for Chamber Music Tulsa’s presentation of the Rolston String Quartet on Feb. 19, and Tulsa Opera’s Aida...

Speakers, Parades and Yoga

Despite the cold, there’s plenty to do in Oklahoma this month. In Tulsa, visit the PAC for a presentation and talk from Jean Chatzky – renowned journalist, editor and finance expert – on Jan. 13, courtesy Tulsa Town Hall. If you resolution is to get fit, try the Go Short, Go Long, Go Very Long event on Jan. 21 at...

Starting off 2023 with a Bang

Stave off the post-holiday blues with some on-the-stage goodies this month. In Tulsa, the PAC is abuzz. Kick things off with 1776; the show, which explores the founding of the United States, gets a feminist twist in this Theatre Tulsa version, where all the Founding Fathers are played by women. Don’t miss Tulsa Symphony’s first showcase of 2023 with Invigorating:...

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...

Performances Around Every Corner

Theatre and symphonic showcases rule the April calendar. In Tulsa, visit the Tulsa PAC on April 2 for The Titan, where you can enjoy esteemed conductor James Bagwell as he leads the Tulsa Symphony in this commanding performance featuring Beethoven’s “Leonore Overture.” Visit the TCC Van Trease PACE on April 9 to enjoy Signature Symphony’s America – An Era of...

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...

Honoring Veterans, Plus Jazz and Foliage

The month starts off honoring military veterans with a variety of events. Part of a century-old tradition, the Tulsa Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 11 begins with breakfast and ends with an after-party starting at VFW Post 577. Other events include Veterans Appreciation Day Nov. 6 at the Mannford Museum; the Blanchard Veterans Day Celebration Nov. 13 on Main...

Symphonic Showcases Galore

Live performances are happening every weekend around the state. Events at the Tulsa PAC abound. First up is Celebrity Attraction’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, a fantastical ride through Roald Dahl’s amazing tale, running Nov. 2-7. Next is Chamber Music Tulsa’s ATOS Trio, performing Nov. 13-14 and combining the majestic sounds of a violin, cello and piano. Tulsa Symphony rounds...

Irish Dance and Shakespeare

As the hot weather rolls into the Oklahoma plans, it will surely be nice to cool off with some theatrical entertainment. In Tulsa, Celtic Throne: The Royal Journey of Irish Dance stomps into town July 1 at the Tulsa PAC. From the legendary Brian Byrne comes a new musical score accompanying traditional Irish dance, perfect for audiences of all ages....