Cats, Gods and Casting Spells

Tulsa Opera presents its final show of the season, Don Giovanni, composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and sung in Italian with English supertitles. Performances...

Country, R&B and Pop

Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City sizzles this month. Country musician Kenny Chesney peforms May 4, followed by 1990s boy-band sensation New Kids on...

Finding the Rhythm

May brings world-class ballet to northeastern Oklahoma as Tulsa Ballet’s Signature Series: From Ballet to Broadway promises a spectacular finale to its season, which...

A Musical Testament to Steinbeck

Unlike a lot of his fellow Oklahomans, drummer, composer and music teacher Jared Johnson didn’t encounter John Steinbeck’s masterwork, The Grapes of Wrath, during...

Fly Away

April is National Kite Month, and enthusiasts gather for Kites Over Enid on April 27-28. Vendors and kite sellers, along with with children events,...

Perchance to Dance

The OKC Ballet debuts Visionaries: A Triple Bill at the Civic Center Music Hall with a focus on Robert Joffrey’s Pas de Deesses, George...

Space and Cyberspace

International intrigue is the focus of Catch Me If You Can, the Oklahoma State University-Tulsa Business Forum featuring cybersecurity expert and best-selling author Frank...

Spring Games Abound

Baseball is back. The OKC Dodgers, the Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers, celebrate with fireworks at their home opener April 4 against...

Canoes, Paddles and Water, Oh My!

Watch the American Canoe Association Sprint and Slalom National Team Trials at OKC RiverSport Adventures on April 12-14. Athletes from across the country compete...

Spring Symphonies

A spring lineup of classic symphonic melodies, along with some out-of-the-box presentations, beckons music lovers. Signature Symphony’s Pops 5 – Tulsa Sings! is April 5-6...
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