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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...

Operatic Ambitions

Opera, a flourishing art form in Oklahoma, is supported by performing arts companies and competitive collegiate programs. Those passionate about this mixture of singing, acting, music and dance work diligently to appeal to young generations.  “At Tulsa Opera, we have programs for all levels of students,” says Aaron Beck, the company’s artistic administrator and director of education. “Young children might...

A Variety of Options

In conjunction with the Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission’s commemoration events, Tulsa Opera presents Greenwood Overcomes on May 1-2 at the Tulsa PAC. Celebrated Black composers and opera stars take the stage to honor the resilience of Black Tulsans and Black Americans around the country. Signature Symphony continues its virtual offerings with Chamber Music Concert #9 on May 7....

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A Princely Opera

Tulsa Opera returns to the Performing Arts Center stage for its second show of the season, The Little Prince. The story follows a young monarch who meets and befriends a pilot. When the pilot crashes his plane in the Sahara Desert, the prince learns a variety of lessons about appreciating the simplicities of life and never judging a book...