POSTED ON OCTOBER 26, 2011:
Gold! Check out the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center, 701 S. Main St., for Cirque Mechanics Boom Town. Join two prospectors as they try to strike it rich in the gold rush. Get blown away as you are taken back in time to 1869. This golden good time starts at 6pm. For ticket prices and more information call 918-259-5778 or visit thepacba.com.
Midlife Crisis. Come in, sit down and buckle up for a theatrical ride. Watch as a simple misunderstanding at a car dealership turns Becky's life upside down. Becky's New Car is a thrilling whirlwind of a show that speeds off Oct. 28-29, Nov. 1 and 4-6 at Heller Theater 4825 S. Quaker Ave. Visit cityoftulsa.org for more information.
Return to Transylvania. Looking for a mind blowing event to kick off the Halloween season? Grab your costumes and join Tulsa Project Theatre at the Tulsa Convention Center Assembly Hall, 100 Civic Center, at 8pm for Masquerade: A Rocky Halloween. Enjoy food, wine and an extravaganza that is sure to kick your Halloween spirit into high gear. Sing along with Dr. Frank n' Furter for the annual fundraiser. Visit tulsaprojecttheatre.com for more information.
Kill the Dead. Check out the USSA's Zombiefest at the U.S. Shooting Academy 6500 E. 66th St. North. This zombiefied event will feature a Zombie shoot, long range pumpkin shoot and a machine gun shoot. For the kids, the event will offer a haunted house and truck-or-treat. Don't miss this once in a lifetime chance to shoot zombies beginning at 9:30am. See usshootingacademy.com for more information.
Trick, Treat and Terrify. We are sure everyone already has plans for the big day, but just in case your haven't quite decided what to do on Halloween night, here are a few terrifying events to check out. Scream through the Nightmare located at 9120 E. Broken Arrow Expressway. If you want to change up your trick-or-treat scenery, bring the kids to the Tulsa Zoo, 6421 E. 36th St. N., for HallowZOOween (pictured). See "Pumpkins and Poltergeists" on Page 21 for more events and information.
Sugar Skulls and Skeletons. The Day of The Dead Arts Festival will be decorating Brady Street from 5-10pm at Living Arts of Tulsa, 307 E. Brady St. Come and enjoy authentic Hispanic food, music and dancing. Decorate traditional sugar skulls, while viewing over 40 alters created by locals, artists and students. Listen to incredible live music on both an outdoor and indoor stage. To top the experience off, cheer on an impressive parade featuring life-sized paper mache skeletons and fire dancers. Call 918-585-1234 or visit livingarts.org for more details.
Get Happy. What is the one thing everyone wants out of life? To be Happy. Get your jollies at the Circle Cinema, 10 S. Lewis Ave., as you join in the premier of Happy. The documentary takes you around the world to discover how to obtain the one emotion the whole world wants. Oct. 30-Nov. 2. For more information visit circlecinema.com.
Ticking Time. Anthony Burgess's Clockwork Orange is coming to Tulsa by way of the Actors Company of Tulsa. Watch as Alex DeLarge and his gang embark on their night of violence and mayhem. A strange adaptation put to Beethoven melodies brings the classic tale with an urban futuristic setting to life. Join the anarchy Oct. 28-30 and Nov. 3-5 at Tulsa Little Theatre, 1511 S. Delaware Ave. For ticket prices visit clockworktulsa.com.
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