Eric Whitacre. Photo By Marc Royce.
At the Tulsa PAC heats up while the temps fall outside. From dance and murder to a certain Argentinian political wonder, we’ve got it all!
Theatre Tulsa presents “Evita,” Jan. 12-21 in John H. Williams Theatre. Experience the magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s iconic saga about Eva Peron and her struggle to unite a nation. Featuring one of the most beloved songs in all of Broadway history, “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina,” you will surely be “Rainbow High” with some of Tulsa’s finest local actors.
Tulsa Symphony welcomes Grammy Award-winner Eric Whitacre Jan. 13 at Chapman Music Hall. As guest conductor and featured composer, Whitacre will lead Tulsa Symphony and the Tulsa Oratorio Chorus through several of his own compositions.
Winner of the 2014 Tony for Best Musical, “A Gentleman’s Guide To Love And Murder” is a tour-de-force of comedy gold featuring an ensemble cast and laughter for hours. How do you kill off eight pesky relatives and inherit a fortune? Monty Navarro will do his best while dodging family, friends, mistresses and a fiancé. This uproarious musical comes to Chapman Music Hall Jan. 23-28 from Celebrity Attractions.
Choregus Productions is proud to present Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Jan. 26-27 in John H. Williams Theatre. This groundbreaking group of choreographers and dancers is one of the most distinctive companies in the American West. Now two decades old, this contemporary ballet company continues to influence the dance field at large.
Making its Tulsa debut, Ensemble 4.1 comes directly from Germany as part of Chamber Music Tulsa’s innovative season. The unusual quintet consists of piano, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn, performing works by Mozart, Beethoven and even modern composers. The quintet will perform Jan. 28 in John H. Williams Theatre.
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