Tulsa Ballet put its signature on two new-to-Oklahoma ballets and polished its presentation of one of its unique creations to close out its season.
The annual Rooster Days Festival in Broken Arrow is one of the oldest continually running festivals in Oklahoma.
Tulsa Ballet's 2017-2018 will range from the lighthearted "Don Quixote" to the glittery spectacle of "Strictly Gershwin" to the somber "The Green Table."
What follows is one observer's choices for the most memorable artistic moments, of both darkness and light, that happened in 2016.
Tulsa Ballet wraps up its run of “Creations in Studio K,” showcasing the company at its best in three ballets — two world premieres and one Oklahoma premiere.
Tulsa Ballet's "Creations in Studio K" showcases the company at its best, in three new works.
Tulsa Ballet continues its run of “Creations in Studio K” with six more performances of this trio of cutting-edge dance works.
Tulsa Ballet presents a trio of innovative ballets for its season-opening production.
Choreographer Nicolo Fonte talks about making Nina Simone's love songs dance.
For information on season tickets, call 918-749-6006 or go to tulsaballet.org.
When it comes to his ballets, choreographer Dwight Rhoden has trouble leaving them alone.
Tulsa Ballet’s ninth annual “Creations in Studio K” is a collection of three sublime works of dance art, created specifically for Tulsa Ballet by three top choreographers.