Summer's hottest events
Oklahoma is home to a number of other museums that celebrate aspects of the state's Western heritage. Here are some to check out on your summer travels.
Downtown was lucky to get the venue even if it's not the best-looking architecture.
NewView Oklahoma will host a unique event to help people better understand some of the challenges faced by the visually impaired.
Novel Mysteries, a new escape room experience, opened a few weeks ago just east of downtown Tulsa.
From road trips to last-minute gifts, there are many ways to celebrate dads.
Theatre West opened its first show, Oscar Wilde's turn-of-the-century comedy "The Importance of Being Earnest," in January.
Tickets are now on sale for two shows Celebrity Attractions will be presenting this summer at the Tulsa PAC.
The piece, conceived and choreographed by the company’s artistic director Janet Roston, was performed on the grounds of Tulsa’s Harwelden Mansion.
NEW YORK -- You can’t really call “Girl From the North Country” a jukebox musical, even though it features more than a dozen Bob Dylan songs.
Choregus Productions will conclude its 2022 Summer Heat International Dance Festival with the Oklahoma debut of the Canadian dance company Tentacle Tribe.
The 45-year-old venue will soon get some much-needed repairs, but safety concerns such as the backstage "Ramp of Death" and accessibility issues are a big detriment, CEO Mark Frie said.
NEW YORK -- “Company,” like several shows arriving this year, had expected to be on Broadway in 2020. It shut down, however, and didn’t make its debut until December.
There are two Michael Jacksons on Broadway this year.
Members of the museum's preparations staff reinstalled the 82-by-55 inch painting in a new location — a small gallery of 18th- and 19th-century art on the third floor of the Villa Philbrook.
NEW YORK -- You won’t find a more creative new show than “A Strange Loop.” Bubbling with ideas, humor and jaw-dropping candor, it’s a musical that challenges most conventions and dismisses others.
“Hamilton” opened the door for more musical history lessons. Now “Six” is taking full advantage.
The recent spate of mass shootings prompted "the difficult decision" to hold off on the production while Tulsans "are still grieving a terrible tragedy," officials said Wednesday.
When A.J. Shively studied musical theater in college, directors usually put him in the back row of production numbers so he wouldn’t draw focus.
Series will feature five scholars taking on the personae of figures who were at the heart of some of the major issues that defined this decade.
Tulsa Youth Opera will present Aaron Copland's "The Second Hurricane."
"Gatsby Redux" is a site-specific dance work that takes incidents and themes from Fitzgerald's classic novel of the "Roaring '20s" and combines them into an evening-length work that will be performed on the grounds of the Harwelden Mansion, which was built in 1923.
Rides can be reserved on Saturdays through November, weather permitting.
Here are the area's summer festivals that will showcase local, regional, national and international artists.