Thurs., Feb. 17
Don't Hold Back. Sooner bred boys are back in town and strutting their stuff at Osage Million Dollar Elm Casino, 951 W. 36th St. N. They may claim to be the All American Nightmare but dreams are bound to come true for fans as Hinder explodes on the stage. Setting the mood for the rockin' headliners are Abel, My Darkest Days and Kopek. If this is your 'I can't live without,' be there at 6pm to kick the night off right. Visit milliondollarelm.com for more information.
Fri., Feb. 18
En Garde. Porthos, Athos and Aramis live by the motto, "All for one, one for all," and they are about to take on a fourth defender of France in d'Artagnan. Join the swashbuckling crew as they journey on an adventure of intrigue, romance and danger in The Three Musketeers. See this classic 1921 film in rare form as the Sooner State Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society accompanies the silent film with the sounds of the mighty theatre pipe organ. Be at the Tulsa Technology Center's Broken Arrow campus, 4600 S. Olive Dr., at 7pm to travel back in time for this cinema experience. Visit brokenarrowok.gov for more information.
Sat., Feb. 19
In a Pickle. Adventure is never squandered when Anne of Green Gables is on the scene. Go on a journey with the young and inspiring redhead as she tries to channel her charisma and love of life into the small town of Avonlea. After bouncing between homes as the problem child, Matthew Cuthbert and his sister Marilla take in the endlessly optimistic and feisty Anne. When disaster strikes the tight-knit family, Anne's attitude and shenanigans pull through just in time. So board your buggy and head down to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St., Feb. 18-19. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Sun., Feb. 20
Shocking Escape. Super powers tend to bring a little attention to those who wish to remain under the radar. In an effort to stay alive as a hit-list is slowly checked off, John Smith is accustomed to moving around and hiding from his ruthless enemies.
As he begins to discover his powerful new abilities, he meets his first love and learns that his number is up. Three like him have already been killed and he is next. I Am Number Four opens in IMAX this week and takes audiences on a super-charged ride. Soar down to Cinemark IMAX, 10802 E. 71st St., to get in on the action. Visit cinemark.com
for more information.
Mon., Feb. 21
Come Together. A little hoops, a little beer and a lot of fun are in store for patrons of Sidelines Sports Bar and Grill, 5936 S. Lewis Ave. Gather up the boys (or girls) and head over to one of Tulsa's favorite beer and ball joints. Catch the Oklahoma State Cowboys team take on the Kansas Jayhawks at 8pm. The night also offers half-price appetizers and $9 domestic buckets. All the pool sharks can grab a cue and sink stripes all night long with free pool night. Visit tulsasideline.com for more information.
Tues., Feb. 22
Cultural Movement. Modern dance collides with traditional style as Complexions Contemporary Ballet takes the stage at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St. Glide along as the company performs their critically acclaimed Mercy. Translating world cultures into human movement, Complexions pushes the boundaries on recreating dance. Get swept away by the beauty and strength as dancers seamlessly flow from one end of the world to the other on Feb. 22-23. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Wed., Feb. 23
Flying High. Soar with Cirque Du Soleil's internationally acclaimed production of Alegria at the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, Feb. 23-27. Enter a universe of old, built with the imagination and spirit of youth. Watch trapeze artists clad in ornate costume course through the air with elegance and laugh at bumbling clowns as they play out the days of minstrels and kings in an alternate world. The beauty and bewilderment of this production will leave audiences stunned and wanting more. Visit bokcenter.com for more information.
Thurs., Feb. 24
Blush and Bashful. Shelby's getting' hitched, Truvy's spreadin' the word, M'Lynn's securin' the plans, Clairee's calmin' the waters, Annelle's findin' herself and Ouiser's causin' trouble. Steel Magnolias is coming to the stage at Tulsa Little Theatre, 1511 S. Delaware Ave. Go on this hilarious ride through life as these southern belles try to stay afloat through tragedy. The lives of these six women intertwine and create both joy and turmoil in small town Louisiana Feb. 24-27. Visit encoretulsa.com for more information.
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