Galleries and Museums
Circle Cinema Gallery
12 S. Lewis/918-585-3456/circlecinema.com
Equality Center Gallery
621 E. 4th St./918-743-4297/okeq.org
August 25-31 // Tana VanCleave and Grant T. Smith
September 1-30 // Allie Jensen
October 6-31 // Jill Leslye Show of Shows: Tulsa and Beyond
November 3-30 // Family Diversity Project - Pioneering Voices: A National Traveling Exhibit in Honor of Transgender Remembrance Day
December 1-31 // Gloria Galasso
Gallery on Sixth
2207 E. 6th St./918-694-8467/thegalleryonsixth.com
1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Rd./918-596-2700/gilcrease.org
August 25-January 15 // To Capture the Sun: Gold of Ancient Panama
August 25-January 2 // America: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of a Nation
Offering a sweeping look at American history from colonial days to the closing of the Western frontier. The epic show explores three centuries of American history through period art, artifacts and archival materials.
August 25-October 2 // Perfectly American: The Art-Union and Its Artists
Joseph Gierek Fine Art
1512 E. 15th St./918-592-5432/gierek.com
Sept. 15-Oct. 15 // Fiat Lux
A solo exhibition of new oil paintings by Tulsa artist, James Andrew Smith.
307 E. Brady St./918-585-1234/livingarts.org
October 2-26 // Momentum Tulsa
November 1-5 // Altared Spaces Exhibit
December 2-22 // The Four Elements
Lot No. 6
1323 E. 6th St. S/918-582-9999/tulsaclub.net
September 2 // Zac Heimdale
6528 E. 51st/918-664-4732/lovettsgallery.com
M.A. Doran Gallery
3509 S. Peoria Ave./918-748-8700/madorangallery.com
August 25-September 3 // New and Familiar Faces
Featuring New Work By Clayton Keyes, Lindsay Larremore, Julia San Roman, James Zwadlo And New Works By Gallery Artists.
2727 S. Rockford Rd./918-749-7941/philbrook.org
August 25-September 11 // Rauschenberg at Gemini
The exhibition will feature his ambitious three-decade collaboration with Gemini printers, increasing variability between editions, and combining various media and disparate imagery into one work.
August 25-October 9 // Wars and Rumors of Wars: Combat and Commemoration in Native Art
This exhibition features scenes of various phases of warfare, from initial community discussions, to intense combat, and commemorations of battles fought and won.
Pierson Gallery and Boston Avenue Frame
1307-1311 E. 15th St./918-584-2440/bostonavenueframetheavenuestudio.com
Price Tower Arts Center
510 Dewey Ave., Bartlesville/918-336-4949/pricetower.org
August 25-September 11 // Once Upon an Island: Twin Towers Rising
This exhibition features photographs by Richard Quinney of lower Manhattan during the time of the construction of the World Trade Center in New York City.
January 20-May6 // Greta Magnusson Grossman: A Car and Some Shorts
The exhibition spans the education and early training of Grossman in Sweden in 1930s through her solo practice in Los Angeles, and ending in the late 1960s.
Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art
2021 E. 71st St./918-492-1818/jewishmuseum.net
August 25-September 25 // Out of a Dark Cabinet: Rarely Viewed Treasures from the Permanent Collection
A variety of rarely seen items planned to highlight selections from the extensive collection of ancient artifacts, works on paper, paintings and Judaic ritual objects that have not been "out of the cabinets" in years.
August 25-September 25 // Building the Land: Jewish National Fund Zionist Poster
This exhibit traces the development of the Jewish state in the art of the JNF during the 1950s and 60s -- an art meant to document the progress of the project.
October 23-December 19 // Andy Warhol: Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century
Andy Warhol's Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century depicts renowned luminaries of Jewish culture: Sarah Bernhardt, Louis Brandeis, Martin Buber, Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, George Gershwin, Franz Kafka, the Marx Brothers, Golda Meir, and Gertrude Stein.
October 23-January // Marc Chagall: Drawings for the Bible
Chagall based his etchings on his personal memories and his impressions from his trip to what was then Palestine. His depictions are independent of all previous iconography and the traditional conventions.
Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium
3624 N. 74th E. Ave./918-834-9900/tulsaairandspacemuseum.org
Ongoing // Memory
Interactive exhibits that demonstrate how and why humans remember, how memories change over time, and how and why some memories intensify while others are forgotten.
Tulsa Artists' Coalition
9 E. Brady/918-592-0041/tacgallery.org
September 2-24 // Compendium 25: TAC's Annual Members' Show
October 7-29 // Into the West: Recent Work by Michael A. McRuiz
November 4-26 // Don't Forget to Breathe: Jennifer Libby Fay
December 2-17 // Tulsa Children's Show
Tulsa Historical Society
2445 S. Peoria Ave./918-712-9484/tulsahistory.org
September 1 // Portrait of a Generation: Sons & Daughter of the Red Earth
As Alexander describes: "each child is unique; a self-contained poem, arranged here into verses, stanzas, chapters. Their portraits distill something of their essence, and of the story of Oklahoma in the 21st century.
September // W.C. Norris Company
The company, founded in 1882, produces more sucker rods at its plant in Tulsa than are produced by all of its competitors combined!
November // Kids Room
Sometimes children just need their own special place, providing special hands-on activities for children to explore Tulsa history.
Ongoing // Becoming Tulsa: Cultivating City Life from a Prairie Town, 1878-1900
The exhibit includes a variety of historical artifacts ranging from Native American items to household goods to clothing and artifacts from churches and businesses.
Ongoing // The Big 97: Tulsa's KAKC Radio
This exhibit includes memorabilia and original audio from this historical radio station as well as objects and photos from the 1960s.
Ongoing // Porcelain Oklahoma: The Sooner State Rekindles the Art of China Painting
Learn about the history of this art form, the various techniques used in china painting as well as the important part Oklahomans played in the resurgence of china painting in the mid-twentieth century.
Tulsa Performing Arts Center Gallery
110 E. 2nd St./918-596-7111/tulsapac.com
August 25-September 25 // Finding Tulsa
October 1-30 // Woods and Prairies
November 1-27 // Watercolors of Greece
December 1-31 // Art Deco Xmas
University of Tulsa
800 S. Tucker Dr./Alexandre Hogue Gallery, Phillips Hall/918-631-2739/utulsa.edu
August 25-September 22 // Anne Mondro
September 29-November 3 // Aaron Higgins
November 10-December 15 // Stanley Lewis
January 12-February 16 // Karen Kunc
February 23-March 22 // Masters of Fine Art Thesis Exhibition
Urban Color Works
427 S. Boston/918-625-1895/urbancolorworks.com
Theatre, Music, Dance
American Theatre Company
3003 E. 56th St./Performances at Tulsa PAC and Philbrook lawn/918-747-9494/americantheatrecompany.org
October 21-29 // The Full Monty
A group of unemployed steel workers, frustrated with life, women and work decide that regardless of looks, ability or anything else, they are going to be the best Chippendale strippers Buffalo has ever seen.
December 2-10 // Good Boys
Two fathers on a park bench discover their destinies are linked by the fact that one man's son shot the other's son six years earlier in their Arizona school. A coproduction with Tulsa Community College Theatre.
December 8-23 // A Christmas Carol
Experience the family tradition that has captivated Tulsa for 33 years.
Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa
2210 S. Main/918-584-3333/ahct.org
Broadway in Bartlesville
300 S.E. Adams, Bartlesville/918-336-2787/bartlesvillecommunitycenter.com
November 15 // The Wizard of Oz
There truly is no place like home as the greatest family musical of all time. Travel down the Yellow Brick Road and beyond with Dorothy, Toto, the Cowardly Lion, Tin Man and Scarecrow.
January 17 // South Pacific
Set on a tropical island during World War II, the musical tells the sweeping romantic story of two couples and how their happiness is threatened by the realities of war and by their own prejudices.
Broken Arrow Arts & Humanities Council
123 N. Main, Broken Arrow/ Performances at Tivoli Inn, Central Park and South Broken Arrow Library/918-259-5778/artsba.org
Broken Arrow Community Playhouse
1800 S. Main St., Broken Arrow/918-258-0077/bacptheatre.com
September 2-4, 9-11 // Daughters of the Lone Star State
The old group is literally dying out, so this year's all-out effort is to attract new members. Chaos erupts when "outsiders" arrive who threaten the "high standards" of the club.
October 21-23, 28-30 // And Then There Were None
Agatha Christie tells the tale of ten strangers who are invited to a mansion on an island. Once there, it soon becomes evident that there is a killer among them - and unless they can stop him or her in time, they will all be wiped out one by one.
December 2-4, 9-11 // 1940s Radio Hour
Full of 1940s music, dancing, zany characters and old-time sound effects, this show will leave you laughing and singing those old 1940's standards.
February 3-5, 10-12 // Member of the Wedding
This play is a beautiful and painfully accurate story of the intertwined lives of whites and blacks in the rural South at the end of World War II, as experienced by Frankie, a lonely adolescent girl. Her brother's imminent marriage causes Frankie to act upon her yearning to belong and connect to a wider world.
Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center
701 S. Main St./918-259-5778/thepacba.com
September 29//Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra featuring legend Wynton Marsalis
A world in which musicians, composers, lifelong enthusiasts, and grad-school children alike are invited to come together to appreciate the down-home soul and sophistication of the sound of American democracy: Jazz.
October 27 // Cirque Mechanics Boom Town
Be transported to the 1860s small frontier town of Rosebud, where two ambitious saloon owners have set up shop in the hopes of cashing in on the town's gold rush frenzy.
December 17 // Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
Combining 21st century ideas with the timeless quality of great quartets from the 1950s, they will go down in gospel music history.
January 31 // Elvis Lives
A multi-media extravaganza that pays homage to Elvis Presley during various stages of his career.
February 26 // BLAST!
35 brass, percussion and visual performers are brought together in a unique explosion of music and theatre. This 15-number show bridges the categories of classical, blues, jazz, rock-n-roll, and techno-pop music.
7506 E. 91st St./Performances at Tulsa PAC/918-477-7469/celebrityattractions.com
November 1-6 // Memphis: A New Musical
Inspired by actual events, a white radio DJ wants to change the world and a black club singer is ready for her big break. Come along on their incredible journey to the ends of the airwaves -- filled with laughter, soaring emotion and roof-raising rock 'n' roll.
November 18 // Jim Brickman
Enjoy an evening of dazzling solo piano, vibrant vocals plus warmth and humor that has people returning year after year!
January 24-29 // The Addams Family
Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has a "normal" boyfriend, and for parents Gomez and Morticia, this shocking development will turn the Addams house downside up.
Chamber Music Tulsa
2210 S. Main/918-587-3802/chambermusictulsa.org
October 1-2 // Imani Winds
This Grammy nominated quintet has established presence in the classical music world with culturally poignant programming, inspirational outreaches, and genre-blurring collaborations with major artists ranging from Yo-Yo Ma to Wayne Shorter.
November 5-6 // Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio
Each member of the ensemble is a dedicated teacher at either the prestigious Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music or Juilliard. The ensemble's unique contribution to the genre has been honored with an eponymous biennial prize by the Chamber Music Society of Detroit.
January 28-29 // Miro Quartet
The Miró is currently the Faculty String Quartet-in-Residence at the University of Texas, and is regularly invited to perform at the world's most celebrated concert halls.
February 18-19 // Trio Solisti
Performing a broad spectrum of styles, their versatility extends to new music, most notably to the work of Paul Moravec.
Children's Musical Theatre
600 S.E. Delaware, Bartlesville/Performances at Bartlesville Community Center/918-336-0558/cmtonstage.com
3719 S. Wheeling/Performances at Tulsa PAC/Film Festival at Circle Cinema/918-295-5965/choregus.org
August 27-29 // Oklahoma Dance Film Festival
The theme for the 4th annual festival is Imports and Exports. This unique screening series features choreography for the camera, dance documentaries, and experimental shorts that emphasize movement. In collaboration with Living Arts of Tulsa and Circle Cinema.
September 16-17 // Alonzo King LINES Ballet
A contemporary ballet company that draws on a diverse set of deeply rooted cultural traditions, imbuing classical ballet with new expressive potential.
November 5 // Time for Three
The groundbreaking, category-shattering trio transcends traditional classification, with elements of classical, country-western, gypsy and jazz idioms forming a blend all its own.
November 18-19 // Keigwin + Company
A refreshing vision of dance that embodies a theatrical sensibility of wit, style, and heart.
January 22 // Ladysmith Black Mambazo
These voices have married the intricate rhythms and harmonies of their native South African musical traditions to the sounds and sentiments of Christian gospel music, resulting in a musical and spiritual alchemy that has touched audiences representing every corner of the religious, cultural and ethnic landscape.
February 3-4 // Mark Morris Dance Group
Noted for its commitment to live music, this dance group collaborates with leading orchestras, opera companies, and musicians.
Encore Theatre Arts
1302 E. 15th St./918-933-4203/encoretulsa.com
August 19-28 // Alice in Wonderland
You'll see Wonderland through Alice's eyes as she becomes enthralled with the amazing place, then frightened as she shrinks and grows to extraordinary heights.
October 14-16 // Wait Until Dark
February 29-March 2 // Cinderella
Grace Ann Productions
1125 E. 8th St./918-491-3470/grace-ann.org
Heller and Clark Theater productions at Henthorne Performing Arts Center
4825 S. Quaker/918-746-5065/hellertheatre.com
September 9-10, 13, 16-18 // Miss Witherspoon
Veronica has committed suicide, but it's not that easy to get off the dharma train. She's reincarnated as a crack baby, a privileged child of perfect parents, and--her favorite--a blissful, ball-fetching dog.
October 6-9, 13-16 // The Wizard of Oz
Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Wizard and the rest of the gang come to the Henthorne stage. Based on the beloved MGM musical, this adaptation contains a few surprises as well!
October 28-29, November 1, 4-6 // Becky's New Car
What Becky Foster really needs is a new life, but she'll settle for a car. When a newly widowed millionaire walks into the car dealership, a simple misunderstanding turns her life into a thrilling, supercharged ride, with the audience riding shotgun in a way most plays wouldn't dare.
December 2-4, 8-11 // The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Herdmans never go to church. So how did they end up with the lead roles in the Christmas play? Chance, intimidation, and maybe a little Christmas magic help bring the Herdmans, as well as the rest of the town, to a new understanding of the holiday season.
January 27-29, 31, February 3-4 // Caucasian Chalk Circle
A retelling of the Solomon tale of two mothers arguing over one baby, updated to a postmodern urban setting with original music by Tulsa artist Damien Shade.
February 24-26 // Animal Farm
The farm animals have driven out their cruel master and taken over the running of the farm. They form a society where "all animals are equal." But the pigs, who have taken over leadership, twist that ideal more and more, until eventually, "some animals are more equal than others."
Light Opera Oklahoma (LOOK)
2210 S. Main St./Performances Tulsa PAC/918-583-4267/lightoperaok.org
307 S. Brady/918-585-1234/livingarts.org
October 26 // Café Kzany
November 1 // Dia de Los Muertos Arts Festival
Living Water Dance Company
7777 S. Lewis Ave./918-495-6400/mabeecenter.com
September 15 // The Lamp
In what seems to be the final days of their already strained marriage, Stanley and Lisa Walters are presented with a strange gift -- an old oil lamp.
October 20 // What My Husband Doesn't Know
Lena is the envy of all her friends. But with her husband's demanding career, the other side of her bed is too cold too often. When a handsome young man arrives to work on their home, the spark she been missing quickly rages into a wildfire.
November 17 // Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker
1416 E. 4th St./918-633-8666/nightingaletheater.org
September 9-10, 16-17, 23-24 // The Blue Whale of Catoosa
Odeum Theatre Company
3719 S. Wheeling Ave./918-295-5965/Performances at Tulsa PAC/odeumtheatrecompany.com
Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
111 E. 1st St./918-281-8600/okjazz.orgg
August 28 // Steve Ham and Shelby Eicher
September 2-3 // JazzFest
September 11 // Sonny Gray with vocalist Dionne White
September 18 // Dean DeMerritt Jazz Tribe
September 25 // Annie Ellicott
October 2 // NSU Jazz Ensemble with Geoffrey Keezer
October 9//Mike Cameron Quartet with Kresheena Kimbrew
October 16 // TU Jazz Ensembles featuring Tim Ries
October 23 // Thea Hill
October 30 // Layla Angulo with the Mezclave Latin Jazz Group
November 6 // Donald Ryan
November 13 // TU Jazz Ensembles
November 20 // An Evening with Janet Rutland
November 27 // Darell Christopher's Jazz and Blues Show
December 4 // Missy Allen and Cynthia Simmons
December 11 // Jeff Shadley's Jazz Holiday Concert
December 18 // Gospel Holiday Extravaganza with Dr. Joey Crutcher
Oral Roberts College of Arts & Cultural Studies
7777 S. Lewis Ave./918-495-6518/oru.edu
Owasso Community Theatre
P.O. Box 1241, Owasso/918-237-1656/oktok.org
October 6-9 // Wind in the Willows
7700 Riverside Pkwy./Performances at Tulsa PAC/918-872-1245/playhousetheatretulsa.com
October 6-7 // The Origins Project
Seven playwrights from around the country will bring their unique and diverse stories to the Playhouse Tulsa stage.
November 19 // Tulsa's Third Annual 24-Hour Play Festival
Writers, actors, and directors collaborate and have just one night to finish their script. They begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday night for Saturday's show at 7:30 p.m. From page to stage, the entire process takes 24 hours.
February 10, 12, 16, 18 // The Storm Repertory: William and Judith
Virginia Woolf imagines that Shakespeare had an equally talented and ambitious sister, Judith. This world premiere raises questions concerning the role of women in Shakespeare's time, the nature of creativity, ownership of an idea and what it means to take risks as an artist.
February 11, 15, 17 // The Storm Repertory: The Tempest
In one of Shakespeare's greatest and final plays, Prospero, a great wizard, and his teenage daughter, Miranda, have been banished to an isolated island where they've been living for many years. Longing for revenge, Prospero uses his sorcery to cause a shipwreck and lure the survivors into the heart of the island where they are drawn into a web of magical spells.
Robson Performing Arts Center
101 E. Stuart Roosa, Claremore/918-699-7390/claremorepac.org
September 27 // Wizard of Oz
October 28-29 // A Ride with Bob -- The Bob Wills Musical Starring Ray Benson & Asleep at the Wheel
December 1 // Miracle on 34th Street
February 18 // Deer Camp the Musical
Sand Springs Community Theatre
P.O. Box 1528, Sand Springs/Performances at Charles Page High School Performing Arts Auditorium/918-246-2196/pageplayers.com
Sapulpa Community Theatre
124 S. Water St., Sapulpa/918-227-2169/sapulpacommunitytheatre.com
October 7-9, 14-16 // The Sunshine Boys
The play focuses on aging Al Lewis and Willy Clark, a one-time vaudevillian team known as "Lewis and Clark" who, over the course of forty-odd years, not only grew to hate each other but never spoke to each other off-stage throughout the final year of their act.
December 9-11, 16-18 // The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge
February 10-12, 17-19 // The Mousetrap
Signature Symphony of TCC
10300 E. 81st St./Performances at VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education/918-595-7777/signaturesymphony.org
Sept. 23-24 // Cirque de la Symphonie
October 1 // Tchaikovsky Piano Competition Winner
October 14-15 // Donald and Barron Ryan
October 24 // Performance Plus -- Ludwig Von Beethoven
November 5 // Signature Symphony and Chorale
September 12 // Performance Plus -- Johann Sabastian Bach
December 9-10 // Christmas with Sarah Coburn
January 23 // Performance Plus - Franz Liszt
February 11 // Tchaikovsky Gold Medal Cellist
February 24-25 // Signature Big Band
1381 Riverside Dr./918-587-5050/spotlighttheater.org
Ongoing // The Drunkard & The Olio
Every Saturday night. Come see the longest running play in America where old-fashioned melodrama unravels and patrons are encouraged to boo the villain and cheer the hero.
207 N. Main St./Performances at Tulsa PAC/918-587-8402/theatretulsa.org
September 16-24 // Urinetown
Sustainability is taken a little too far in a spoof of all the things we love to hate including politicians on the take, oppressive governmental rules and regulations, corporate management, and the legal system.
October 28-November 5 // Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
A dark energy will haunt the stage in the well-known story about a man and his inner demons.
January 13-21 // Waiting For Lefty
A depression-era play depicting the working man's struggles.
1212 E. 45th Pl. S./Performances at Tulsa PAC/918-749-6030/tulsaballet.org
September 23-25 // The Merry Widow
Decadent sets, costumes and spectacular dancing promise to answer the question: does love, money or both conquer all?
October 28-30 // Nine Sinatra Songs
Twyla Tharp puts her brilliant spin on the unforgettable music of Frank Sinatra. Nine songs by Ol' Blue Eyes, plus seven dazzling couples equals sizzling ballroom dynamics.
December 10-11, 16-18, 22-23 // The Nutcracker
A young girl's fantasy unfolds in this remarkable production that mixes the visuals of a Broadway show with the heartwarming story of a fairytale Christmas.
February 10-12 // Romeo and Juliet
This famous tragedy, set to music and dance, will be created for Tulsa Ballet by one of America's rising stars: choreographer Edwaard Liang. Look for engaging duets, appealing group dances, intricate choreography, and daring sword fights.
3612 S. New Haven Ave./Performances at All Souls Unitarian Church/918-406-5440/tulsacamerata.org
October 27 // Bold Combinations
December 15 // Chamber Virtuosi
February 16 // Rustic Inspiration
Tulsa Children's Chorus
2210 S. Main St./918-295-7787/tulsachildrenschorus.org
Tulsa Children's Museum
P.O. Box 701620/Performances at Tulsa PAC/918-295-8144/tulsachildrensmuseum.org
September 25 // Grupo Fantasma
This Grammy Award-winning Latin funk orchestra brings together the rich sounds of cumbia, salsa, old-school funk, reggae and more.
January 22 // Jeff Porter & The Claptet
This interactive performance will have everyone moving to the music and learning how to do body percussion, all while learning about the sounds being presented from stories of the Claptet's adventures around the globe.
Tulsa Community College Theater Department
10300 E. 81st St./918-595-7777/tulsacc.edu
September 23-25, 29, October 1-2 // Good Boys
Tulsa Little Theatre
1511 S. Delaware Ave./918-749-0020/tulsalittletheatre.com
1610 S. Boulder/ 918-582-4035/tulsaopera.com
September 17 // Opera Underground
October 8, 14, 16 // Barber of Seville
Deception, disguises and a sprinkle of trickery stir up the town of Seville at the hands of its most famous barber, Figaro. With Figaro's help, Seville's very eligible bachelor, Count Almaviva, attempts to woo the beautiful Rosina and pry her away from the clutches of her guardian, Dr. Bartolo.
February 25 // Dead Man Walking
A young nun, working with the poor in the projects outside New Orleans, becomes a pen pal to Joseph De Rocher, a murderer on death row. Through meetings with him, his family and the parents of his victims, Sister Helen makes a journey through pain, conflict and grief to help De Rocher find his way to the truth -- and the redemptive power of love.
Tulsa Oratorio Chorus
111 E. 1st St. Ste. 1/918-728-8600/toconline.org
October 15 // J. S. Bach's Legendary Cantatas and Motets
TOC will be performing Singet dem Herr nein neues Lied (Sing to the Lord a new Song,) Cantata #80 (A Mighty Fortress is our God,) and Cantata #79 (The Lord God is Sun and Shield) at Trinity Episcopal Church.
November 12 // Pirates of the Caribbean
The men of TOC join the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra in a performance of the music from the film Pirates of the Caribbean at the PAC.
December 3 // J. S. Bach's Medium Scale Works
TOC will be performing Cantata #140 (Sleepers Wake, the Voice Calls to Us) and Magnificat at Holy Family Cathedral.
Tulsa Performing Arts Center
110 E. 2nd St./918-596-7122/tulsapac.com/Presented by various companies
September 9 // Ted Koppel: Dangerous Times, Dangerous World
September 10 // Kabeer
This musical play, written and performed by Shekhar Sen, depicts the life story of Kabeer, a mystic poet and saint of Medieval India who lived from 1440 to 1518 and whose writings greatly influenced the Bhakti movement.
October 7 // Anna Quindlen: Stuff Is Not Salvation
November 8 // An Evening with Buddy Valastro: The Cake Boss
In this live interactive event, the baker and star of TLC's "Cake Boss" will share the stories behind his hit TV series and his colorful Italian family, answer audience questions, and give a live demonstration of the techniques that have made him one of the most successful and renowned cake artists in the nation.
November 10 // The Guys
November 19 // Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood: Two Man Group
Using their quick wit, Mochrie and Sherwood take contributions from the audience to create hilarious and original scenes.
December 8-10 // The Eight: Reindeer Monologues
In this dark, dark Christmas comedy by Jeff Goode, scandal erupts at the North Pole when one of Santa's eight tiny reindeer accuses him of sexual harassment. With each deer's confession, the truth behind the shocking allegations becomes clearer and clearer, and murkier and murkier.
January 6 // Michael Wallis: Way Down Yonder in the Indian Nation
Drawing from his knowledge of the American West, this Tulsan-by-choice will share some fascinating and little-known history in "Way Down Yonder in the Indian Nation."
February 24 // Barry Asmus: America's Economic Future
Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust
110 E. 2nd St./918-596-7122/tulsapactrust.org
September 1 // The August Wilson Project
September 30-October 1 // Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters
Mufaro and his two daughters journey through a mystical jungle and across a deep river to be presented to the king in this Caldecott Award-winning Cinderella tale.
October 8 // Sounds & Rhythms of Afghanistan
Combining melody, rhythm, poetry and dance, embark upon an evocative journey of cross-cultural communication and exchange.
October 22 // Brain Storms: New Works by Young Artists
The winners and select entrants of the Tulsa City-County Library's Young People's Creative Writing Contest, One-Act Play Category, will see their original plays produced at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center under the direction of University of Tulsa professor Michael Wright and performed by accomplished Tulsa actors.
November4-5 // The Borrowers - i Squared Series
Arrietty and her tiny family live on doll house furniture under the floorboards. When their home is discovered, they are forced into the giant universe outside and Arrietty gets a bigger adventure than she bargained for.
Tulsa Project Theatre
Tulsa Symphony Orchestra
111 E. 1st St. Tulsa, OK 74103/Performances at Tulsa PAC/918-584-3645/tulsasymphony.org
September 10 // Fate and Folklore
October 22 // Larger Than Life
November 12 // Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean
November 18 // Flavors of Europe Chamber Series: Germany
Performance at the German American Society Building
January 7 // Musical Migrations
January 13 // Flavors of Europe Chamber Series: Russian and More
Performance at the Jazz Hall of Fame
February 4 // The American West
University of Tulsa Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre
800 S. Tucker Dr./Performances at Lorton Performance Center/918-631-2567/utulsa.edu
October 6-9 // Angels in America, Part II: Perestroika
October 14 // Jazz Youth Concerts
October 17 // TU Symphony Orchestra
October 20 // Concerts with Commentary: Breaking the Mold
October 29 // Opera Workshop: An Evening of Love Duets
November 11 // Cappella Chamber Singers
TU Chorale Fall Concert
November 12 // J. Donald Feagin
Visiting Artists Sarah O'Boyle and Maureen O'Boyle
November 17 // Concerts with Commentary: Songs of Love
December 1-4 // As Bees in Honey Drown
January 27-28 // So TU, Think You Can Dance?
February 9 // Concerts with Commentary: Women in Traditional Music
February 13 // TU Symphony Orchestra
February 16 // Bela Rozsa Composition Competition
February 20 // TU Symphonic Winds and Wind Ensemble
10300 E. 81st St./918-595-7777/tulsacc.edu/12764
Semptember 8-11 // Angles in America
Presented by Actor's Company of Tulsa
October 4 // TCC Community Band and Orchestra in concert
October 20 // TCC Music Department Jazz Band and Show Choir
October 25 // TCC Orchestra and Concert Choir
October 27 // Concert Band with Tulsa Community Band
November 21 // TCC Music Department Ensemble
November 29 // TCC Music Department
December 1 // TCC Music Department Winter Concert
December 3-4 // A Children's Nutcracker
Presented by South Tulsa Children's Ballet
December 9-11 // A Christmas Story
Presented by Youth OnStage
December 13 // Winter Concert
TCC Community Band and Orchestra
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