Thurs., Apr. 7
Mars or Venus. The long battle between men and women finds its way to a blank canvas through artist Gary Harris. Stop by the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, 621 E. 4th St., to see Oklahomans for Equality's featured artist for the month of April. Man's Baggage and Gender Myths & Other Tales debuts at the gallery with a reception with the artist from 6-9pm. Visit okeq.org for more information.
Fri., Apr. 8
Radioactive Material. These four alternative rockers fire up the stage at the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, as sundown comes around at 7:30pm. Their last album, Only by the Night, was off the charts and the latest creation promises to be even better. So plan a night out, grab some friends and melt away with Kings of Leon and opening act, Band of Horses. Visit bokcenter.com for more information.
Sat., Apr. 9
Sexy Disposition. Tulsa's erotic art show is back again at Club Majestic, 124 N. Boston Ave. The sculpture, photography and paintings always prove increasingly intriguing but the party rises up when patrons come dressed (or undressed) for the art event of the season. Nude: 7 starts stripping down at 8pm with performances from RadioRadio and Jeff Scheel of Gravity Kills. Visit nudeartshow.com for more information.
Sun., Apr. 10
Flutter By. Fairies, young love, royal quarrels and a mystical forest form the whimsical world of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Shakespeare's most popular play comes with a bit of a twist as Clark Theatre presents this classic story at the Henthorne Performing Arts Center, 4825 S. Quaker Ave., April 8-10 and 15-17. Come take a wild ride through the fairy kingdom and find yourself intertwined in a whirlwind of misadventures. Visit cityoftulsa.org/henthornepac for more information.
Mon., Apr. 11
Don't Forget. Whip your hair and bang your head all the way down to the Brady Theater, 105 W. Brady, to mosh around with A Day to Remember. These metal loving guys are sure to cause a ruckus downtown when they take the stage at Tulsa's Brady landmark. Opening for the heavy hitters is Bring Me the Horizon, Pierce the Veil and We Came as Romans. Doors open at 6pm. Visit bradytheater.com for more information.
Tues., Apr. 12
Art Diversified. Head out to Myers Gallery of Living Arts, 307 E. Brady St., to catch a glimpse into the minds of seven of Tulsa University's most driven art students. Ranging from sculpture to printmaking, there is plenty to keep lovers of art busy for hours. Stroll through the exhibit to see Allison Lackner's photography or Kaylee Huerta's oil paintings. The 2011 MFA Thesis Exhibition is on display through April 21. Visit livingarts.org for more information.
Wed., Apr. 13
Cock-a-doodle-doo. Strut over to Rooster's Cocktails, 10441 S. Regal Blvd., for a little summer lovin'. Pull up a stool and stay awhile for April's $2 Old Style special or park it on the patio for happy hour. The week is half over and there's no better to way to celebrate the hump with a night out on the town with friends, great bartenders and a soundtrack by Brandon Clark.
Thurs., Apr. 14
Measure a Year. A drag queen, a drug addict, a lesbian lawyer and a desperately hopeful filmmaker bind together and bravely march through life in the story of Rent. A tight knit group of friends struggle to survive in New York's lower east side but find strength and courage in the love they have for one another. Join Tulsa Project Theatre for this classic production at the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 777 W. Cherokee, April 14-16. Visit tulsaprojecttheatre.com for more information.
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