POSTED ON NOVEMBER 2, 2011:
Precious Commodity. Want to know more about fuel and how it is literally making the world, as we know it, go 'round? Sit in for the free screening of the documentary Fuel at University of Tulsa's Lorton Hall, 2920 E. 6th St. Following the film there will be food and prizes given away. Get fully informed at the Q&A about dependence on oil with professors of history, political science, petroleum engineering and economics. The event takes place at 6:30pm. For more information call 918-631-2577.
Don't miss this incredible opportunity to see one of the world's most successful female recording artists of all time. Reba, famous for her hit singles, "For My Broken Heart", "Fancy", "I'm a Survivor" and "That's The Night That the Lights went out in Georgia," brings her show-stopping tour back to her home state. Reba will be gracing the stage of the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, at 7:30pm. For ticket pricing and other information about the show visit bokcenter.com.
Three's Company. Experience a night like no other at the Tulsa PAC's John H. Williams Theater, 110 E. 2nd St. Time for Three is an extremely talented group with an all new sound. Mixing jazz, country-western, gypsy and classical music together has given the trio a sound all their own. Catch the show at 8pm. For ticket pricing and other details visit tulsapac.com.
Tennessee Bound. A show stopping new Broadway musical has made its way to Tulsa. Memphis, winner of four 2010 Tony Awards including Best Musical, is a gripping story of fame and forbidden love. This brilliant performance will be singing its way into Tulsa hearts Nov. 1-6 at the Tulsa PAC's Chapman Music Hall, 200 S. Denver. For show times and ticket pricing visit tulsapac.com.
Gift of Vocal Jazz. Let your sense of sound take a vacation for the evening to Northeastern State University's Jazz Lab, 315 N. Muskogee Ave., in Tahlequah. NSU'S 2011-2012 Green Country Jazz Series welcomes Denise Donatelli. The angelic voice of the improve singer incorporates bebop and scat into an evening of melodic delight beginning at 7pm. Can't make it? Donatelli will also lead a master class at the Jazz Lab beginning at 2pm. For reservations and more information please contact the Jazz Lab Manager by calling 918-444-4603.
Stir it Up. Tickets are on sale now to catch the Cake Boss Himself, Buddy Valastro while on his "Bakin' with The Boss Tour" as he answers audiences questions, tells stories behind his hit TLC TV series "Cake Boss" and gives a live demonstration of some of the techniques which have made him one of the most successful and renowned cake artists in the nation. Catch Buddy at the Tulsa PAC's Chapman Music Hall, 110 E. 2nd St., at 7:30pm. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Family First. Find the love and acceptance that embodies freely-made families in the national touring exhibit of Pioneering Voices: Portraits of Transgender People. The photo exhibit from Family Diversity Projects displays 20 photographs of families with people of all ages who are transgender. Read the stories of these remarkable individuals who bravely faced a world of uncertainty. The exhibit is on display through the month of November at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, 621 E. 4th St. Visit okeq.org for more information.
Done Up. Get in touch with your wild side at the Tulsa Convention Center Assembly Hall, 100 Civic Center Dr., for the annual Ihloff Creative Team Fall Collection: Wild at Art. This high energy hair show is an exhibition for the talent and innovation of the Ihloff Creative Team. There will be before and after metamorphoses for several of the recipients. While checking out Ihloff's latest talent, enjoy live entertainment and appearances by local artists, designers and musicians. All proceeds from this event go towards the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa. For tickets and ticket pricing call 918-587-2566 or visit ihloffspa.com.
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