Divas and Doublewides. With a stripper on the run and a chorus of mobile park matrons, The Great American Trailer Park Musical is sure to entertain. The dippin', wheelin' and dealin' gets in gear May 19-21 at 7:30pm and May 22 at 2pm. The Liddy Doenges Theatre, 3rd E. 2nd St, of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center hosts the wild crew. For mature audiences only. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
The Thieves' Hero. Gather up the kiddos, equipped with their own green tights, and bow and arrow and take them out to see Robin Hood take on the lords and ladies, May 20-22 at the Spotlight Theater, 1381 Riverside Dr. Talented children bring this classic tale to life and guide audiences of all ages into a world of intriguing adventure. Visit spotlighttheater.org for more information.
Courtyard Beds. Guests can tour Utica Square's flower beds and participate in a photography contest, with a chance at some worthwhile prizes at the 3rd Annual Spring in the Square. The green thumbs of Green Country come together to give a few lessons for the growing season from 10am-5pm. Enjoy a few classical tunes while learning how to keep the roses blooming in unpredictable Oklahoma weather. For more information visit UticaSquare.com
Work Up Your Beat. Come together and work up a sweat while learning to play an award winning drum solo. One Heart in Rhythm with Gordy and Zoe Ryan is an all weekend workshop, May 20-22, with 12 hours of drumming and dance instruction. Learn from a Grammy Award winning musician, and a talented dancer that have been facilitating these workshops for almost 20 years. Make sure to check out the music instructors in their Mayfest performance Sunday at 4pm. Visit livingarts.org for more information.
Beating Strong. The Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless is dishing up some new artists for Tulsa to see. Works of HeART, a local volunteer program providing the Tulsa area homeless with an encouraging area to create art, is having their first art show, May 22-23 at The Powerhouse, 223 E. 8th St. Kids, aspiring artists and community-aware Tulsans can come snag some cheap art and support a good cause. Email email@example.com for more information.
Through the Years. See American Indian history as it is today through Gary Borchert's photography exhibit, Adobe Endurance at OSUIT's Conoco Gallery, 1801 E. 4th St. in Okmulgee. This cultural experience is showcased through mid-June. The architecturally dominate photographs include the ancient and some present day dwellings of several Indian tribes. To find out more about the exhibit call 918-293-5050.
Show a Little Skin. The raw exploration of the human figure comes to life in Justine N. Green's Domestic. Flesh and Form is on exhibit until the end of May at Liggett Studio, 308 S. Kenosha Ave. Green's oil and canvas artwork allows patrons to glimpse behind the curtain of everyday existence in its portrayal of the realistic human condition. Call 918-585-1234 for more information.
Mobile Masterpieces. The 7th Annual Tulsa ArtCar Weekend, May 26-28, is sure to be a weekend of fun. Put your skills to the test at Joe Momma's, 112 S. Elgin Ave., with an automobile-inspired Trivia Night. Continue the weekend adventure with Outdoor Movie Night at Living Arts, 307 E. Brady St., featuring Tales of the Ratfink and Automorphosis. Round out the event by stopping at the Cherry Street
Farmers' Market on Sunday to see the creative ArtCars in action. While in the zone make sure to check out Crash Devils photography by Jeremy Charles and ArtBikes showcased at Living Arts Gallery. Visit livingarts.org for more information.
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