Clockwise: PAC Trust’s Moon Mouse: A Space Odyssey; Tulsa Symphony’s Star Wars in Concert; Tulsa Opera’s Madama Butterfly; Tulsa Symphony’s Peace, Love and Arlo; and Celebrity Attraction’s Disney’s Frozen.

Tulsa has a performing arts scene unlike any other. With venues scattered around the city and surrounding suburbs, a great show is just a stone’s throw away. Enjoy the winter season with shows featuring memorable music and talented casts and crews.

Our seasonal performing arts guide will help you power through winter and spring, culminating with an exciting summer show — “Disney’s Frozen” — featuring familiar songs from the film as well as new numbers from award-winning songwriters.

Actor F. Michael Haynie, who plays Olaf, says the story is especially powerful on stage. “There is something about live theater and seeing these characters come to life right there in front of you that feels different,” he says. “It feels more personal, and above all: It’s live!”

Get your tickets soon because the performance is only here June 3-14 at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. For now, take a look at what’s coming while it’s still chilly. No need to bundle up in the theater.

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