POSTED ON OCTOBER 24, 2012:
Stephanie Blythe: We'll Meet Again -- The Songs of Kate Smith, presented by Choregus Productions
Catch Me If You Can, presented by the Bartlesville Community Center
UpClose, presented by the Broken Arrow Arts and Humanities Council
The first in a three-show series, Kyle Dillingham kicks off the UpClose concert series.
The fiddler is incredibly well-traveled and played the Grand Ole Opry as a freaking teenager. The UpClose series is laid out as an interaction between audience and artist, so you know someone's going to ask for some Charlie Daniels.
Dillingham comes to the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center, 701 S. Main St., Broken Arrow, Oct. 27, at 8pm. Tickets are available at thebapac.com; further information at 918-728-7278.
Margaret Sewell and the Beethoven Folk Song Trio, presented by the Tulsa PAC Trust's Brown Bag It concert series
Sewell lends her lovely pipes to the folk songs of Beethoven, accompanied by piano and strings. Enjoy the music and little of the story behind the composer's work on folk music in the early 1800s. October 24 at 12:10pm in the Tulsa PAC's Westby Pavillion, 110 E. 2nd St.
Jazz Depot Open Jam, presented by the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
Every Tuesday, local jazzers get together at the Jazz Hall of Fame at 111 E. 1st St. for an open jam. Players get to swing, and listener do, too. Oh, and there's wine.
The Exorcist, presented by AMC Southroads 20 Fall Classics series
It's a toss-up as to whether this or The Shining is the scariest movie ever. Most people lean toward the one with pea soup and spinning head. This movie scared the hell out of me when I was a teenager -- enough that I'm not going to see it this week. But you totally should. See the priest buy it all week: Oct. 26-Nov. 1 at AMC Southroads 20, 4923 E. 41st St.
Young Frankenstein, presented by Cinemark Tulsa Movie Classics series
"What knockers." "Oh, thank you, doctor."
Who doesn't love Teri Garr? Nobody, that's who. See her and Gene Wilder in one of Mel Brooks' funniest flicks.
Now this one I'll see again: 2pm and 7pm on Oct. 31 at Cinemark Tulsa, 10802 E. 71st St.
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