Time Travel. As part of Thursday Night Theater, Broken Arrow Parks hosts the classic favorite Back to the Future at 9pm at Central Park, 1500 S. Main St. If you're going to do time travel it may as well be in style, right? Pack up your blankets and chairs in the old DeLorean and come out for some fun under the stars for the entire family -- minus the pups -- no pets allowed. Visit brokenarrowok.gov for more information.
Moral Masterpiece. The Parish of St. Bernard of Clairvaux is hosting a beautiful production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center, 2520 S. Yorktown Ave., June 24-25 at 7pm. Several local church communities are part of this representation of forgiveness and reconciliation. Watch the story of an unlikely leader unfold on the stage. Contact Anne Roberts at 918-771-0779 for more information.
Not a One Trick Pony. A little bit country, a little bit rock n' roll and rap? Yeah, it doesn't sound like it goes together but Colt Ford brings all three to the table. With his country message, rock beats and rhythmic sing-speak, Ford can impress all types of musical ears. Sunny Ledfurd opens for the rough and tough showman. Ford's diverse tunes pour out of Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main St., at 7pm. Visit cainsballroom.com for more information.
Steamy Southern Nights. Brave the tumultuous tale of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at the Sapulpa Community Theatre, 124 S. Water. Big Daddy's family scrambles and plots to secure a portion of the estate as the old man's health unknowingly fails him. Maggie's frustration grows when tensions continue to mount between her and Brick, her alcoholic husband. See Tennessee Williams' dysfunctional family portrayal June 24-26. Visit sapulpacommunitytheatre.com for more information.
Not Quite a Bachelor. Bobby is about to turn 35 but he just can't commit to the life of the average 35 year old. He is unable to stay committed in a steady relationship, let alone a marriage. Watch as the plot thickens around Bobby, his five best friends and his three girlfriends. Dance through this musical movie during the one-time showing of The Company at the Circle Cinema, 12 S. Lewis Ave. Visit circlecinema.com for more information.
When Colors Collide. Two talented Oklahoma ladies are willing to put their work on display for all to see. The art of Marjorie Atwood and Shelly Lewis Stanfield will be on display at M.A. Doran Gallery, 3509 S. Peoria Ave., until July 16. Stop by the gallery between 10:30am-6pm, Tuesday-Saturday to see their work for yourself. Atwood is known for her work with gold and silver leaf while Stanfield for her bold color compositions and glaze work. The captivating works whisk patrons to another place and time. Visit madorangallery.com for more information.
Plastic Carpentry. Grab your buckets of Legos and start thinking for the Great Lego Build-off at Rudisill Regional Library, 1520 N. Hartford., from 10-11am. Come build an original creation from start to finish in 90 minutes following a "You Are Here" theme. If you do your best you could just win a prize. The top two winners will move on to the finals competing against other Lego masters on July 29. Get those creative juices flowing and show what you can do. Visit tulsalibrary.org for more info.
Artistic Atmosphere. Club 209 The Arts Bar, 209 N. Boulder Ave, has a diverse setting perfect for relaxing while enjoying some local music and art. Enjoy your favorite coffee or cocktail from 7pm-2am, Thursday-Sunday. Check out the photographic art of Rose Lynch for the remainder of June. Mi Viaje captures the fleeting moments of individual lives surround Lynch on her artistic journey. This art bar is worth checking out. Visit club209tulsa.com for more information.
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