20 for 20. Slide down to the Blue Dome Diner, 313 E. 2nd St., for a rare and exciting experience as nine very talented local artists display 20 slides of their own work and are given 20 seconds to talk about each slide. CHiT CHaT is a great opportunity to discover some of our local talent while learning what each piece means to the artist. Several different mediums of art will be on display -- everything from photography and printmaking, to painting and architecture and many more. Don't miss this artistically informative evening beginning at 7pm. Presented by AIA Eastern Oklahoma.
Canada Comes to Town. Pop in to All Soul Acoustic Coffeehouse, 2952 S. Peoria, and catch a mesmerizing show by David Wilcox starting at 7:30pm. This Canadian artist has been playing shows and blowing audiences away for close to 20 years. Now this spell binding lyricist has brought his sweet melodies to Tulsa. Allow yourself to be drawn in as Wilcox plays hypnotic songs off his newest album Reverie. Visit allsoulcoffeehouse.com for more information.
Colorful Melodies. Experience a night of musical beauty as guest conductor Gerhardt Zimmerman returns to conduct Christopher Theofanidi's existential Rainbow Body at Tulsa Symphony Orchestra's "Larger Than Life" concert. This 2001 Winner of the London Masterprize Competition will be making its premier in Tulsa at the Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa's Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St., at 7:30pm. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Clue Anyone? Is there anyone who doesn't love a good old fashioned game of who done it? Jump in the game at the Broken Arrow Community Playhouse, 1800 S. Main St., starting at 8pm. And Then There Were None is a riveting thriller in which ten strangers are stuck in a mansion on an island when they discover one of them is a killer. Test your detective skills and see if you can figure out who the killer is before it is too late. For tickets and a complete list of show times visit bacptheatre.com.
Wine and Watercolors. Venture away from the normal art scene and check out what's going on at Lot No.6, 1323 E. 6th St. This month Pearl District's art bar is featuring Work in Ink by Sissy Smith. This artist's pen and ink work is a whimsical expression using an extremely bright and complimentary pallet of pen and ink. Stop by and view some amazing art and have a few cocktails while you're at it. Lot No. 6 boasts a full bar at all times so art lovers can enjoy their view of the exhibit that much more. Visit lotno6.com for more information.
Rock 'n' Rollin'. Rock out at Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main St., at 8pm to the music and rhythm of Ben Rector. This pop rock artist has been blowing the roofs off stages across the U.S. and has now finally made it to Tulsa, playing his newest record Into the Morning. Opening for the well-dressed rocker is Andrew Belle, a folky-pop singer/songwriter out of Tennessee. Visit cainsballroom.com for more information.
Gourd Day. Load the kids in the car, roll down the windows and take a cool autumn jaunt to South Tulsa for Pumpkin Town. Toss the little ones in the Radio Flyer and weave through a fall wonderland at the corner of 81st St. and Mingo Rd. Pick up the yearly carving tools, let the kids take a pony ride and enjoy all that the change of season has to offer. Bundle tight for a day in the patch. Visit pumpkintownok.com for more information.
Home Sweet Home. It's probably best to leave the little ones at home for this Halloween adventure. Stumble through the terrifying hallways of Hex House, 8314 E. 71st St., to find the evil remnants of one of Tulsa's darkest old secrets. The wicked torture that befell innocent victims still haunts the grounds and visitors are likely to get a small taste of the depraved inhabitants. The house is haunted everyday through Halloween. Visit thehexhouse.com for more information.
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