Thurs., Mar. 17
Hold on Lassy. St. Patrick's Day is sure to be celebrated with lots of green beer and Celtic tunes but cozy into the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St., to hear a frightening tale from across the pond. Howie the Rookie takes audiences on a wild ride through Dublin. Dodge the brutal events as Howie tries to tell friend from foe and make his way through ol' country. The show must go on March 17 and 19. Visit playhousetheatretulsa.com for more information.
Fri., Mar. 18
Buckle Up Boys. The days of the Dukes have never been so wild and crazy. Romp through Hazzard County with Bo and Luke Duke as they take on some new adventures in Just Some Good Ol' Boys. These two handsome hillbillies and that perty Daisy sister find their way in a world of zombies and psychedelic mushrooms as they outsmart Boss Hogg and his minions. Take this wild ride through the alternative Dukes of Hazzard at Nightingale Theater, 1416 E. 4th St., March 18-19, 25-26 and April 1-2. Visit nightingaletheater.com for more information.
Sat., Mar. 19
On Your Mark. Summer is just around the corner and all those New Year's resolutions have surely worn off by now. No use letting healthy spirit get too far away, join the Tatur's Snake Run at Turkey Mountain for light (or not so light) jaunt through the countryside. This relatively flat and rock-free course welcomes runners to start their strides at 9am. Lest the slithering fangs scare potential runners away, have no fear; the trail's is named for its windy, snake-like path. Visit runnersworldtulsa.com to register and for more information.
Sun., Mar. 20
Singing Praise. She has won an Absolute Best of Tulsa award and serenaded most of Green Country with her sultry blues. Rebecca Ungerman takes the stage at Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, 111 E. 1st St., for a special tribute to the women of jazz.
She Writes the Songs ... A Celebration of Jazz's Greatest Women Song Writers is brought to life by one of Tulsa's top artists. Visit okjazz.org
for more information.
Mon., Mar. 21
Modern Inspiration. Though the age of technology continues to expand and grow, the sleek modern design began years before the average household had a computer. Mosey through Philbrook Museum, 2727 S. Rockford Rd., to catch a glimpse at the aerodynamic design that started it all. From toy scooters to typewriters, American Streamlined Design: The World of Tomorrow, showcases design from the late 1920s to the 1950s until May 15. Visit philbrook.org for more information.
Tues., Mar. 22
Pool Sharks. Gather the crew and slide down to Caz's Pub, 21 E. Brady, for a night of fun and frolic. Grab a pool cue and play a few rounds with the boys while throwing back a cold brew at one of Tulsa's favorite joints. If the wallet is a little light, that friendly bartender will be more than happy to serve up the night's special and give you the run-down on happy hour. Visit cazspub.com for more information.
Wed., Mar. 23
Best Buds. Though battle lines are drawn during wartime and during peace, the unlikeliest of friendships can blossom if given the right circumstances. Cross over enemy lines with Proffy Liebowitz as he learns that his hatred for the British military in 1947 Palestine is not so well-defined once he spends time with British officer, Sergeant Dunlop. The Little Traitor finds his life and views forever altered once the town officials bring him to trial for his lack of loyalty. Journey through time at Circle Cinema, 12 S. Lewis Ave. Visit circlecinema.com for more information.
Thurs., Mar. 24
Paper Bird. If men were intended to fly, wings should have come with the package. The creators of incident with The Vitruvian Man: Installation and Performance by NAMI did just that and created a giant man made of wood, sheet, paint and bicycle wheels to soar through Tulsa and take in all the sights and sounds. So flap over to the Tulsa Artists' Coalition, 9 E. Brady, before this remarkable man-made man takes flight and leaves the scene on March 26. The gallery space will be transformed into city streets while the metaphoric flight lifts off each Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Visit tacgallery.org for more information.
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