Theatre Pops’ production of this award-winning political drama follows the tumultuous election of 1964, and LBJ’s unlikely rise to power. Uncanny in its relevancy, this retelling of true events reminds us that 2016 is hardly unique in terms of unbelievable elections—and that we still have a long way to go ensuring equal rights for all Americans.
Tulsa Zine Fest’s second annual festival is this Saturday at Hardesty Arts Center. Take a workshop, make some stamps, buy a handful of zines, and watch a printmaking demo. (FYI zine is pronounced zeen, like magazine.)