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www.tulsapac.com Join us for the return of the Brown Bag It free noontime concert series in the Westby Pavilion! The Tulsa Opera will be joining us for this incredible big sing event.
Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Westby Pavilion
110 E. 2nd Street
Nominated for six Tony Awards, including Best Play, The Song of Jacob Zulu tells the story of a young South African man accused of a senseless act of terrorism that claimed black and white lives alike during the height of apartheid. The play is transformed from a traditional courtroom drama into something approaching religious ritual by the power of eerily beautiful music from the “Greek chorus,” written by Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
Tulsa Performing arts center
110 E 2nd Street
Tulsa, OK 74103
Black Churches Matter Speaker: Pastor Scott Gordon Host: M C Righteous and Lakita Parker $10 Donation 15 Historic black church awards, Black soul food tasting cook-off, vendors, speakers, choirs, music, drummers, sugar chic glam fashion show, prize giveaway, spoken word, praise dance, refreshments, and much more…
Greenwood Cultural Center
322 N. Greenwood Avenue
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Hyatt Regency Tulsa Downtown
100 E 2nd St
1st A.P. (Anno Pestis/8th Annual) Grand Lake Renaissance Festival Grand Lake o' the Cherokees Premiere Renaissance Festival returns after plague induced hiatus! Come enjoy Oklahoma's ONLY Indoor Festival! Join us as we step back in time 482 years, to the year 1540 and help us welcome the "Triple Crown Queens" to Queensferry, Scotland! Revel in the sights and sounds of the village stirring to life after the cold heart of winter's embrace has passed! Come be enthralled by our gifted & talented Entertainers, nibble on the Fine Foods available for sale, and shop the Wondrous Wares of our Village Merchants to enhance your own castle and wardrobe.
Grove Civic Center
1702 Main Street
Grove, Ok 74344
Anyone who has witnessed 'brothers' telling tales in the neighborhood barbershop or at the local Mickey D's will be familiar with the shared camaraderie, ego, fear and ambition that come to the fore in a small jitney (gypsy-cab) station in 1970s Pittsburgh as depicted in August Wilson's very funny, as well as, very touching play "Jitney." *Recommended for a mature audiences due to strong language. Tickets go on sale December 15 at 10:30 a.m.
Tulsa Performing arts center
110 E 2nd Street
Tulsa, OK 74103
Rage Room destruction experience to release stress in a fun & safe environment plus create a stained glass mosaic to take home. Glass Smash is stress and energy-releasing, socially-approved destruction! ???? Grab a friend for some smash-style therapy and let loose on our breakables. You'll love watching each other Hulk out! Leave your worries on the floor because we take care of the cleanup. Please note: Closed toe shoes are required. 2 people can be in the Rage Room at a time so while you're here, create a complimentary stained glass mosaic, play one of our mini-games, or simply have fun socializing. Take the glass mosaic home when you’re done!
Tulsa Stained Glass
4131 S Sheridan Rd
Tulsa Community College Music and Theatre Departments Present Title of Show February 17-20 Tulsa Community College Music and Theatre Departments will present Title of Show (Clean Version) by Hunter Bell, Music and Lyrics by Jeff Bowen in person and livestreaming February 17-19 at 8pm and February 20th at 2pm at Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus Pace Studio Theatre. The musical will also be available to livestream from the comfort of your own home. For tickets go to https://tulsacc-theatre-vtpace.eventbrite.com/ or call 918-595-7777. The musical is directed by TCC Theatre Director, Mark Frank and the Musical Director is Laura Cowan. The musical follows, Jeff played by Drew Sears, and Hunter, played by Matthew Gwinner, two struggling writers, hear about a new musical theatre festival. However, the deadline for submissions is a mere three weeks away. With nothing to lose, the pair decides to try to create something new with the help of their friends Susan, played by Ana Nunez, and Heidi, played by Sophia Krist and Mary, played by Angeline LeLeux-Bajzek on the eighty-eights. With the cast in place, Jeff and Hunter begin a conversation about what to write about. Eventually, Jeff suggests they write about what to write about. They make a pact to write up until the festival's deadline and dream about the show changing their lives. [title of show] -- taken from the space on the festival's application form which asks for the "[title of show]" -- follows Hunter and Jeff and their friends on their journey through the gauntlet of creative self-expression. In the span of 90 minutes (with no intermission) they write and perform their show at the festival and learn lessons about themselves as people, friends, and artists. [title of show] is, above all, a love letter to the musical theatre -- a uniquely American art form -- and to the joy of collaboration.
Tulsa Community College Pace Studio Theatre
10300 East 81st Street, Southeast Campus
Tulsa, Ok 74133
Vintage Tulsa Show aims to provide customers and dealers with the opportunity to attend quality events featuring authentic antique merchandise, experience enjoyable interactions and leave feeling satisfied with the quality of service. It will display a variety of antiques, vintage, estate jewelry, vintage clothing, collectibles, comics, tv/movie memorabilia, mid-century modern, furniture, vintage jewelry, and vintage decor and etc.
4145 E 21st st
TULSA, OK 74137
The 37th annual Tulsa Women's Expo With A Cause returns February 19-20, 2022 to Expo Square Central Park Hall packed with great products and services for you to refresh, recharge and rejuvenate! Explore a new interest, purchase a great find, connect with inspiring speakers but most of all - have fun! Treat yourselves to the latest fashion and beauty buys of the season, taste mouth watering recipes prepared by favorite women Chefs in Tulsa , experience the perfomances of Talk of The Show Chorus and Tulsa Opera, get inspired to start your new home project, register for the Mother-Daughter Look-A-Like Contest to win great prizes, start a new work-out, discover your own path to good health and enter the $2,500 Gift Card Giveaway. General Admission $7; With Reasor's Rewards Card $5; Children 12 and under Free. Special Offer: 2 Tickets for the price of 1 General Admission with your Reasor's Reward Card. Free Parking - Show Hours: Sat. 10am-5pm; Sun. 11am-4pm
Expo Square Central Park Hall
4145 E 21st Street
Tulsa, OK 74112
To honor and memorialize this gem of Tulsa history, a group of Spotlight patrons joined with donors from the community, architecture buffs, and the family of Patti Shriner to create this monument. The Tulsa Spotlight Theatre Historical Monument is a black granite slab sourced from Sri Lanka. The monument literally "sets in stone" the significance and history of the Spotlight Theatre. The monument is etched with text and historical photos telling the story of original owner Patti Shriner and building architect Bruce Goff. It features Spotlight co-founder Richard Mansfield Dickinson, Tulsa Spotlighters, and a number of principal actors and performers who have graced the stage of the Spotlight Theatre over the decades.
Tulsa Spotlight Theatre
1381 Riverside Dr
NatureWorks Art Show is back! Saturday-Sunday, February 26th & 27th, 2022 Show hours - 11am to 5pm Tulsa Marriott Southern Hills 1902 East 71st Street - Tulsa, OK 74136 Hotel reservations: 918-493-7000 For more information - eat3@eau3eav3eaw3
Tulsa Marriott Southern Hills
1902 E 71st St