For “One Night Only” at Broadway Ball 2014.
Oklahoma! Digitally Remastered 2014 widescreen version
The beloved classic, which originally debuted in 1955 to rave reviews, recently made a resurgence, warming hearts all over again! Digitally re-mastered in it’s widescreen version, Oklahoma! took to the screen again at the 2014 TCM Film Festival in the famous Hollywood Grauman’s Chinese Theater to an audience of
Oklahoma State Fair celebrates 107th Year of Daredevil Rides, Fair Food, Disney
By: M.A. Smith
Daredevil rides, cotton candy and two-foot corndogs are back for the Oklahoma State Fair’s 107th birthday.
The Oklahoma State Fair runs Sept. 11-21, and gates open at 8 a.m. Carnival attractions start noon on Monday, 1 p.m. Tuesday through Friday
MacBeth will be presented by Shakespeare in the Park, September 11-27
by Heide Brandes
From Sept. 11 to 27, the Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park will present the ambitious Shakespeare classic “Macbeth,” directed by Lance Marsh at the Myriad Garden’s Water Stage.
Something wicked this way comes…. Tempted by the prophecies of three mysterious witches,
Plaza Festival gets busy with old favorites, new faces
On Sept. 27, visitors can explore art, performances, food and children’s activities in the Plaza District
By Tim Farley
Fun, food and good times will be in abundant supply when the 16th Street Plaza District kicks off its annual festival Saturday, Sept. 27, as visitors will
OCCC Hosts 125 Art Booths at Annual Arts Festival
By Tim Farley
Some of the best artists from the Southwest will showcase their talents during the 36th annual Arts Festival Oklahoma Aug. 30-Sept. 1 at Oklahoma City Community College.
As usual, there will be an abundance of visual art beneath the big tents, performing artists
Medicine Stone Music Festival Debuts in Tahlequah
By: M.A. Smith
Oklahoma plays host to many of the nation’s top performers – Reba McEntire, Toby Keith and Carrie Underwood. Now Jason Boland of The Stragglers and the Turnpike Troubadours are setting the stage for a new music hospitality.
Named for Tahlequah, Okla., founder Boland says the
Choctaw Oktoberfest 2014, “9 Days of Gemuetlichkeit”
German festival offers up the best in German food, German music and BEER!
For the 24th year, Choctaw will celebrate the spirit of Germany, German food and beer with the annual Choctaw Oktoberfest, and founder Mike Turek of Old Germany Restaurant says this year will offer more of…
Chickasaw artists’ work on display in Davis and Sulphur
By Linda Miller
Artwork by Chickasaw native artists Drue Ridley and Erin Shaw, both known for their innovative techniques, is on display at separate locations in south-central Oklahoma.
Ridley’s paintings are on view at the Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center in Davis, and Shaw’s art is featured
ARMSTRONG AUDITORIUM announce the playbill for their 2014 – 2015 Performing Arts Season
The upcoming concert season line up at Armstrong Auditorium is outstanding and will include a wide variety of performing artists coming to the college campus of Armstrong College in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Broadway, Jazz, Folk Dance, Chamber Orchestra, Ballet, Piano, and Choral are