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A performance of Peter and the Wolf

Tulsa’s robust scene of arts and entertainment never disappoints. From Beethoven symphony classics to popular films adapted for the stage, local theater groups and ensembles have a packed schedule to get you through the cold winter weather and beyond.

Every Saturday

The Drunkard and the Olio

Tulsa Spotlighters perform the longest-running play in the country and its accompanying variety show every week.

Tulsa Spotlight Theatre

January

1-5 • Miss Saigon

From the creators of “Les Misérables,” “Miss Saigon” follows a young Vietnamese woman who falls in love with an American GI.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Celebrity Attractions

5 • Parthenia Viol Concort

Hear celebrated soprano Sherezade Panthaki perform music from

Elizabethan-era England in celebration of the 12th day of Christmas.

St. John’s Episcopal Church

Chamber Music Tulsa

10-12, 17-19, 24-26 • The Music Man

This Broadway knockout tells the story of a con man whose scheme hits a snag when he falls in love.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Theatre Tulsa

11 • Strauss and Schumann

Daniel Hege conducts the colorful orchestra performance, including Bach’s “Fantasia” and “Fugue in C Minor,” Richard Strauss’ autumnal “Four Last Songs,” and “Symphony No. 2” by Robert Schumann.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Symphony

17-18 • Peter and the Wolf

The Hardesty Children’s Series matinee performances are perfect for young stage fans. Tickets cost $10, and the performance lasts 45 minutes.

Zarrow Performance Studio

Tulsa Ballet

20-22 • Blue Man Group: Speechless

New and original compositions from the bald and blue are coming to Tulsa.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa PAC Trust, Celebrity Attractions

21 • The Color Purple

From the Pulitzer-winning novel to the Oscar-nominated film, “The Color Purple” is a beautiful and memorable story that suits the stage well.

Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center

24 • Ian David Rosenbaum

Percussionist Ian David Rosenbaum made his Kennedy Center debut in 2009, the same year he won a prize at the Salzburg International Marimba Competition.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Choregus Productions

24 • Fridays in the Loft: Chamber Music II

Enjoy chamber music, wine and hors d’oeuvres with the Tulsa Symphony.

Fly Loft

Tulsa Symphony

24-26, 31 • Big Bad Musical

The Big Bad Wolf is on trial in this on-stage rendition of fairy tales featuring little red riding hood, the three little pigs and a fairy godmother.

Tulsa Spotlight Theatre

Spotlight Children’s Theatre

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Maestro Andres Franco conducts the Tulsa Signature Symphony. 

25 • Shostakovich 5

Maestro Andres Franco takes the audience on a journey through Soviet composer Dmitry Shostakovich’s life.

VanTrease PACE

Signature Symphony

30-31 • Mark Nizer: 4D and Sciencesplosion

Science and entertainment intertwine when prize-winning juggler and entertainer Mark Nizer takes the stage.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

PAC Trust

31-Feb. 1 • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in Concert

The third installment of the Harry Potter series is brought to life with live music.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Innovation Arts and Entertainment, CineConcerts

31-Feb. 2 • Daedalus Quartet

The Daedalus Quartet craftily pairs new compositions with familiar works in this stunning performance.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center and ahha Tulsa

Chamber Music Tulsa

February

1 • Voctave

The 11 voices that make up this a capella group sing everything from barbershop to pop.

Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center

1-2 • Big Bad Musical

The Big Bad Wolf is on trial in this on-stage rendition of fairy tales featuring little red riding hood, the three little pigs and a fairy godmother.

Tulsa Spotlight Theatre

Spotlight Children’s Theatre

6-9 • I Have Before Me a Remarkable Document Given to me by a Young Lady from Rwanda

Inspired by true events, this play tells the story of a young Rwandan refugee and a failing middle-aged novelist when they meet at a refugee center in London.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

OK World Stage Theatre Co.

7 • A Morning with Marlee Matlin and Henry Winkler

Two longtime friends join Tulsans for a conversation about overcoming adversity and believing in yourself.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Town Hall

8 • Malpaso Dance Co.

This internationally acclaimed Cuban dance company tours with 11 dancers and puts on an artistic, athletic show.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Choregus Productions

8 • Mozart and Grieg

This dynamic program opens with Michael Torke’s “Javelin” in celebration of the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

PAC Trust

11 • Storm Large in Concert

The musician, actor, playwright and author will present a show for mature audiences.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Symphony

12-16 • A Doll’s Repertoire: A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen and A Doll’s House Part II by Lucas Hnath

Parts one and two of this story explore the role of women in society in a patriarchal world.

VanTrease PACE

TCC Theatre Department

13-16 • Dorothy and the Prince of Oz

Dorothy is striving to maintain peace in the land of Oz with the help of her old friend Scarecrow.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Ballet

14-15 • Queens of Rock and Soul

Join American Idol finalist LaKisha Jones as she sings songs from Tina Turner, Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin.

VanTrease PACE

Signature Symphony

15-16, 21-23 • August: Osage County

Tulsa playwright Tracy Letts tells the story of an Osage County family in the wake of loss.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Theatre Tulsa

Godspell

14-16, 21-23 • Godspell

The Gospel of Matthew is told in modern day New York City with the help of a comical group.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Project Theatre

15 • Kelli O’Hara

This Oklahoma native won a Tony for her performance in the revival of “The King and I” on Broadway.

Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center

28, March 1 • Madama Butterfly

A story of love, betrayal and heartbreak comes back to the PAC.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Opera

29, March 1 • Trolls Live!

Little blue friends from the hit DreamWorks movie come to life with joyful songs — and lots of glitter.

BOK Center 

March

6 • The Face of Emmett Till

The true-to-life dramatization of the death of a 14-year-old black Chicagoan in 1955.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Theatre North

6 • Fridays in the Loft: Chamber Music III

Enjoy chamber music, wine and hors d’oeuvres with the Tulsa Symphony.

Fly Loft

Tulsa Symphony

6 • Moon Mouse: A Space Odyssey

Marvin the Mouse escapes bullies in his homemade rocket that he takes on a trip to the moon.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

PAC Trust

6-8 • McGill/McHale Trio

Brothers Anthony and Demarre McGill and friend Michael McHale make up this interesting trio of piano, clarinet and flute.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center,

Duet Jazz

Chamber Music Tulsa

6-8 • Stomp

An eight-member troupe uses unconventional percussion instruments to create groovy rhythms.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Celebrity Attractions

11 • The Choir of Man

Part-party, part-concert, nine guys take the stage for this high-energy show set in a pub.

Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center

13-15, 20-22 • A Little Night Music

Follow the romance of several couples in early 20th century Europe.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Theatre Tulsa

13-15, 20-22 • Adventures of Peter Cottontail

Peter Rabbit doesn’t like his name, so he goes on a quest with friends to find a new one.

Tulsa Spotlight Theatre

Spotlight Children’s Theatre

14 • Beethoven 5

Hear Ludwig van Beethoven’s most popular composition, “Symphony No. 5 in C minor,” along John Nepomuk Hummel’s “Trumpet Concerto in E-flat major.”

VanTrease PACE

Signature Symphony

14 • Star Wars in Concert

A complete showing of “Star Wars: A New Hope” is accompanied by a live symphony for an unforgettable experience.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Symphony

20-22, 26-28 • The Humans

When a family celebrates Thanksgiving in a new place, horror and truth unfolds.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

American Theatre Co.

20-22, 27-29 • And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank

This multimedia play combines interviews from Holocaust victims with dramatic action and direct address, tied together with a beautiful ensemble.

Broken Arrow Community Playhouse

21 • Celebrating Choral Music by Today’s Leading Women Composers

Powerful voices come together to sing the choral music of Andrea Ramsey, Joan Szymko, Rosephanye Powell, Chen Yi and more.

Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Oratorio Chorus

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26-29 • Vendetta

A thrilling gangster tale set in 1950s Chicago gives a refreshing twist on mob-family drama with a woman leading the family. Read the story here.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Ballet

27-29 • C.S. Lewis' The Great Divorce

Four actors take on 22 roles in this theological fantasy.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Fellowship of Performing Arts

28 • Finding Neverland

Fairies, magic and miracles are a reality in Neverland.

Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center

April

3 • Peter and the Wolf

The Hardesty Children’s Series matinee performances are perfect for young stage fans. Tickets cost $10, and the performance lasts 45 minutes.

Studio K

Tulsa Ballet

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3-4 • Tulsa Sings III: You’re Doin’ Fine, Oklahoma!

Broadway vocalists and local finalists from the Tulsa Sings! competition perform Rodgers and Hammerstein’s hit songs.

VanTrease PACE

Signature Symphony

4-5 • Miró Quartet

You might remember their six performances at Chamber Music Tulsa’s 2017 Beethoven Winter Festival. Now the quartet returns to play Pulitzer Prize winning composer Kevin Puts’ new work.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Chamber Music Tulsa

7-12 • Anastasia

A brave protagonist sets out to discover her history as she’s chased by a ruthless Soviet officer determined to silence her.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Celebrity Attractions

10-12, 16-19 • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Filled with a variety of musical styles, this musical reimagines the biblical story of Joseph and his coat of many colors.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Project Theatre

16 • Tulsa Town Hall After Dark with Steve Forbes

Chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes magazine Steve Forbes gives a lecture on his new book “Power, Ambition and Glory.”

Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Town Hall

17 • Insights with Steve Forbes

The economy and finance aficionado will discuss six lessons from great leaders of the ancient world and business leaders of today.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Town Hall

17-18, 24-26 • Double Feature

Back for a third season, one of the shows in Double Feature will be adapted from a short play debuted during “Second Sunday Serials” or “Shorts.”

Nightingale Theatre

Heller Theatre Co.

18 • Bloch and Brahms

Hear a unique merging of Beethoven’s “Creatures of Prometheus Overture” and Bloch’s “Suite for Viola and Orchestra” with Principal Guest Conductor Daniel Hege.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Symphony

23 • Akropolis Quintet

Used to playing in unconventional settings, the Akropolis Quintet will travel from lobby to lobby of Tulsa’s greatest works of architecture for a “progressive concert” party.

Chamber Music Tulsa

23-26 • The Revolutionists

Girl power takes the stage in this irreverent comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

OK World Stage Theatre Co.

24 • Fridays in the Loft: Chamber Music IV

Enjoy chamber music, wine and hors d’oeuvres with the Tulsa Symphony.

Fly Loft

Tulsa Symphony

25-26, May 1-3, 8-10 • Matilda the Musical

The touching movie we all know and love comes to life on stage in this dynamic, magical retelling.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Theatre Tulsa

25 • Mahler The Song of the Earth

Written at the end of Mahler’s life, Leonard Bernstein declared the piece was Mahler’s greatest work.

VanTrease PACE

Signature Symphony

24-26 • TBII: Next Generation

Tulsa Ballet II is made up of intrepid young dancers from around the globe.

Studio K and Zarrow

Performance Studio

Tulsa Ballet

May

1, 3 • Emmeline

The Oklahoma premiere of Tobias Picker’s first opera, “Emmeline” is based on a true story of love and loss and the book by Judith Rossner.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Opera

1-3, 7-9 • An Enemy of the People

Dr. Stockmann attempts to expose a water pollution scandal in his hometown, but his brother, the mayor, does everything he can to suppress the story.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

American Theatre Co.

9 • Shen Yun

Through the language of dance, Shen Yun takes you on a journey through 5,000 years of Chinese culture.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Falun Dafa Association of Oklahoma 

7-10 • Signature Series

A collection of unforgettable evenings filled to the brim with contemporary dance and ballet curated by Artistic Director Marcello Angelini.

Lorton Performance Center

Tulsa Ballet

14-17 • Frozen Jr.

Grab the kids to see what their friends Elsa, Anna and Olaf are up to.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Theatre Tulsa

9 • Revolutionaries

On Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday and the 60th anniversary of The Beatles formation, the two music legends collide in this special performance.

Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Oratorio Chorus

15 • Peace, Love and Arlo

Arlo Guthrie comes to town to perform his signature songs of social activism as well as a few covers. He will be joined by a full orchestra conducted by Ron Spigelman.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Symphony

29-31, June 5-7 • Plan 9 From Outer Space

This stage adaptation of Ed Wood’s “Plan 9 From Outer Space,” considered by many to be the worst movie ever made, brings B-movie thrills to the stage.

Broken Arrow Community Playhouse

June

TBA • 25-Hour Play Festival

Playwrights, directors and actors have 25 hours to write and rehearse a series of short plays before a Saturday evening performance.

Heller Theatre Co.

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Disney's Frozen will be on stage in Tulsa from June 3-14 at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.

3-14 • Frozen

Disney’s hit film is headed to the Tulsa stage to melt hearts all over again.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Celebrity Attractions

5-7, 11-14 • Seussical

Jump into the world of Dr. Seuss with characters like Horton the Elephant and The Cat in the Hat.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Tulsa Project Theatre

16-21 • Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

You’ve got the golden ticket for a sweet performance featuring songs from the original film.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Celebrity Attractions

July

14-19 • Come From Away

The true story of 7,000 stranded 9/11 passengers and the town in Newfoundland that welcomed them.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Celebrity Attractions

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