Thurs., Mar. 31
Crisis of Faith. A character driven plot tells the story of Ken and Nancy Carpenter and their personal searches for themselves and a God who seems to have been lost in the shuffle. The Man From Nebraska journeys through his self-crisis at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St., March 31-April 2. The hilarious fumbles and life-changing decisions that spur on Tracy Letts' memorable play are not to be missed. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Fri., Apr. 1
Happy Rockday. One of Tulsa's hardcore rock and roll fanatics is turning 16 and throwing a birthday bash of epic proportions. Rock out at the Brady Theater, 105 W. Brady, with Z-104.5 The Edge as they celebrate their sweet sixteen. Air guitars and invisible drumsticks in tow, rockers can mosh along with Three Days Grace when they take the iconic downtown stage. My Darkest Days and The Pretty Black Chains kick off the festivities at 7:30pm. Visit bradytheater.com for more information.
Sat., Apr. 2
Playboy Lives On. The king of western swing found his home at Tulsa's very own Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main, in 1935. His legend lives on in a Bob Wills Take Me Back to Tulsa commemorative concert with the Tulsa Signature Symphony and Jason Roberts from Asleep at the Wheel. Swing along with a staple of Tulsa's history at the venue he made famous. The concert begins at 8pm. Visit cainsballroom.com for more information.
Sun., Apr. 3
Reality Bites. Get through high school, go to a good college, work real hard and eventually the dream job will fall in your lap. While this may be the fantasy all graduates cling to, Aura is quickly entering the post-graduate real world and suddenly notices, she forgot to take Coping 101. Tiny Furniture, the winner of Best Narrative Feature at SXSW 2010, is coming to the big screen at Circle Cinema, 12 S. Lewis, April 1-7. Visit circlecinema.com for more information.
Mon., Apr. 4
Poker Faced. The wildly dressed and those who regularly travel by giant egg-shaped cocoons are likely to feel right at home when their fearless leader takes the stage at the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, at 8pm. The Born This Way superstar makes her way to T-Town. Come as you are to see Lady Gaga's epic performance with opening band, Semi-Precious Weapons. Visit bokcenter.com for more information.
Tues., Apr. 5
Foiled Up. Broadway and cellophane just doesn't quite sound right, but add a little aluminum to the scene and suddenly the lights are a bit hotter. Check out the electrifying Aluminum Show at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St. What would otherwise be a household storage item, glorified foil comes to life in this exhilarating and hilarious performance. Watch dancers and gymnasts skate across stage April 5-10. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Wed., Apr. 6
Leaps and Bounds. A production that leaves audiences dancing in their seats is at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St., April 5-6. Take part in the daring choreography of the Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet as they make their Oklahoma premier with the Frame of View production. A far-fetch from Swan Lake, this ballet pushes the boundaries of classic dance and brings modern movements a step further. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Thurs., Apr. 7
Dream a Dream. Peasant Jean Valjean is out of prison and wants to make a new life for himself on the streets of 19th century France. This timeless story of redemption and revolution comes to the stage at the Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center, 2525 S. Yorktown, April 7-10. Les Miserables is a stunning production, full of intrigue, hope and devastation. Visit casciahallpac.com for more information.
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