Broadway returns to Tulsa

Disney's "Frozen"

After a record-breaking 35th anniversary season, Celebrity Attractions announced its 2019-2020 Broadway season at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.

The upcoming season includes a new production of the timeless musical about love, hope and courage, "Les Misérables"; Broadway’s golden ticket, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"; the epic love story in a new production of "Miss Saigon"; and the new musical "Anastasia." Additionally, the first national Broadway tour of Disney’s "Frozen" premieres in Oklahoma, and the season concludes with the new musical based on a true story, "Come From Away," in its Tulsa debut.

"We have one of the most successful Broadway seasons in the country in Tulsa, and we don’t take that success lightly," says Kristin Dotson, Celebrity Attractions CEO. "It starts with our incredibly committed staff, the support of sponsors, the fantastic partnership with the Tulsa PAC, and most importantly, the trust that our loyal patrons put in us to entertain them through song and dance, laughter and tears. 

"There is always a lot of pressure to curate the Broadway season for our Tulsa audiences. We have lofty goals to bring in a wide variety of first-class entertainment every year. But following a season with ‘Hamilton,’ well, the bar was set very high for this upcoming 2019-2020 season."

Season subscriptions are available online, by phone and in person. This summer, Broadway season subscribers can select their seating online in real time. For more information about subscriptions, performances and other Celebrity Attractions events, visit celebrityattractions.com.

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