American Theatre Company is offering two more opportunities to savor the story of Ebenezer Scrooge on the big screen, as it presents "A Christmas Carol at the Admiral Twin Drive-In."
Arts groups and venues offer activities for a safe holiday.
American Theatre Company plans to spread some holiday cheer in an unusual way, with a filmed version of the play to be shown at the Admiral Twin Drive-In.
One of Tulsa's longest-lived holiday traditions, American Theatre Company's original musical production of "A Christmas Carol," has been canceled for this year.
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Many are the ways that get us into the Christmas spirit other than sales promoted for the purpose of getting us to purchase gifts to go under the tree.
For some Tulsans, it has become a holiday tradition to see what sort of nuance Karl Krause will bring to his portrayal of Ebenezer Scrooge in …
Owasso High School sophomores J.J. Willis and Axyl Langford will represent Oklahoma at the National High School Musical Theatre Awards, or the Jimmy Awards, at the Minskoff Theatre in New York City on June 24.
Owassons J.J. Willis and Axyl Langford were recently selected to take part in the inaugural Discovery Awards, a special musical program hosted by Celebrity Attractions and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center on Friday, May 24.
Tulsa’s long-running holiday traditions — Tulsa Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” and American Theatre Company’s “A Christmas Carol” — will wrap up their runs Sunday, Dec. 23.
“A Christmas Carol” is rich enough of a tale to weather myriad interpretations – I’ve seen some ATC productions that were bleaker than midwinter, and others where sweetness and light were the order of the day.
Robert Odle, a founding member of the American Theatre Company and author of its long-running “A Christmas Carol,” will receive the Mary Kay P…
American Theatre Company and Theatre Pops, Inc. have entered into a partnership to consolidate into one theatre company. The companies will op…
If you find the family getting a little fidgety at home this holiday weekend, don't worry. We've compiled some local events, places to go and things to see to keep them occupied.
Sand Springs Community Theatre has a treat for those looking for a festive, family-friendly show before Christmas. They’re preparing for their productions of “Spirit of Christmas” and “Scrooge’s Christmas.”