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CENTER Fusion 2013-2014 Season


Tulsa Performing Arts Center

CENTER FUSION

Welcome to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center’s 2013-14 season!

Ahead of us is another exceptional year of entertainment. In the following pages you can explore a world of music, dance, theatre and more. Most performances are presented by our local arts organizations. This fusion of their events, arranged here chronologically, shows the breadth of entertainment you can enjoy each month in our Center’s four theaters. We invite you to use our brochure as a quick reference throughout the coming season. Many of the shows staged at the PAC first go on sale in a season package, and later as an individual event. You will find a listing of events grouped by presenter, and sales information for each, on the back page of this brochure. Some single tickets become available once the season begins, while others are sold closer to the show date. Be sure to check our website, TulsaPAC.com, for added performances, or enter your contact information on our website to receive presale notifications and a monthly bulletin of upcoming events. We look forward to having you as a frequent guest in the months ahead. Thank you for your support of the arts! I’ll see you in the lobby,

John E. Scott PAC Director

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E. Second Street, Tulsa, OK 74103 (Downtown at 2nd and 3rd Street and Cincinnati) Administrative Office: 918.596.7122 Ticket Office: 918.596.7111 Tickets at TulsaPAC.com and MyTicketOffice.com


SEPTEMBER I Hate Hamlet

Legally Blonde: The Musical

Andrew Rally is a successful New York TV actor with a problem. He’s agreed to play the role of Hamlet, but he’s not sure he has the chops for it. In hopes of finding inspiration, he rents an apartment once owned by legendary actor John Barrymore. Inspiration arrives in due course — in the form of Barrymore’s belligerent ghost! Written by Paul Rudnick. Playhouse Tulsa

Lovable blonde ditz Elle Woods tries to woo back her boyfriend by earning a degree from Harvard Law in this lighthearted musical. If you’ve only seen the movie, you don’t know Blonde. Like, totally! Book by Heather Hach with music and lyrics by Nell Benjamin and Laurence O’Keefe. Theatre Tulsa

September 6-14

Beethoven and Adler: Siwoo Kim, violin/ Sarah Coburn, vocalist

September 20-29

Brooklyn Rider September 22

Siwoo Kim

September 7

Included in the evening’s program will be Adler’s Violin Concerto, featuring 2009 Crescendo winner Siwoo Kim. Oklahoma soprano Sarah Coburn will perform Adler’s “Song Cycle” and other selections. Also on the program is Beethoven’s “Leonore,” Overture No. 3, and the composer’s Symphony No. 5, led by guest conductor Philip Mann. Tulsa Symphony

Blue Man Group September 10-15

Theatre, percussive music, comedy, art and high-tech stage effects combine in a highly creative performance. E! Entertainment News raves, “Blue Man Group is what every live performance aspires to be.” Celebrity Attractions

This adventurous, classically trained, genre-defying string quartet from New York City combines a wildly eclectic repertoire with a gripping performance style. Hear the music of Schubert, John Cage, Evan Ziporyn, Bartók and Colin Jacobsen. Chamber Music Tulsa

Brooklyn Rider

Rite of Spring September 27-29

Adam Hougland’s modernized staging of Vaslav Nijinsky’s groundbreaking Rite of Spring joins dance legend Paul Taylor’s Company B, which juxtaposes lighthearted 1940s music and dance moves with stark images of war. The Oklahoma premiere of Jorma Elo’s One/End/One rounds out this triple-bill program. Tulsa Ballet

Blue Man Group


OCTOBER Khaled Hosseini “Afghanistan Through the Decades: An Émigré’s Personal Perspective” October 4

Best known for his profound novels The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns, Khaled Hosseini is once again taking the literary scene by storm with his most recent book, And the Mountains Echoed. Tulsa Town Hall

Stuart Little

October 5

American pianist William Wolfram performs during an all-Brahms evening. This will be the Tulsa Symphony debut for both Wolfram and guest conductor Steven Smith. The performance of Piano Concerto No. 1 and Symphony No. 2 will complete the Brahms cycle that TSO has done over the years. Tulsa Symphony

Love, Loss and What I Wore Khaled Hosseini

October 4-5

Stuart Little recounts the adventures of a most unusual mouse born into an otherwise ordinary human family. E.B. White’s charming, wise and joyful classic is brought to life as the mild-mannered Stuart learns to survive in his super-sized world of humans and discovers the true meaning of life, loyalty and friendship. Staged by Dallas Children’s Theater. PAC Trust

The Marriage of Figaro

Brahms: William Wolfram, pianist

October 10-13

Back by popular demand, Nora and Delia Ephron’s play is organized as a series of monologues performed by several actresses who use clothing and accessories and the memories they trigger to tell funny, poignant and relatable stories. Based on the best-selling book by Ilene Beckerman. Mature audiences. Theatre Pops

The Marriage of Figaro October 18, 20

Love, intrigue and social commentary mingle as a servant outwits his master in Mozart’s sequel to The Barber of Seville. This immortal masterpiece features Ava Pine, Seth Mease Carico, Eleni Calenos, Alexander Elliott, Lauren McNeese, Peter Strummer, Linda Roark-Strummer and Marc Schapman. Sung in Italian with English supertitles. Libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte. Tulsa Opera


World Blues

Ariel Quartet with Menahem Pressler

October 23

World Blues features Mississippi Delta blues icon and Grammy Award winner Taj Mahal and “The Voice” of South Africa, Vusi Malahsela. Mahal and Malahsela explore the intersection of African and American musical forms and celebrate the global influence of American blues. Joining them is the rock and roll band Fredericks Brown, from New Zealand, featuring Taj’s daughter Deva Mahal. PAC Trust

Seminar October 24-27

Written by award-winning TV writer and novelist Theresa Rebeck (NYPD Blue and Smash), Seminar is about an international literary figure who gives private writing lessons to aspiring novelists. The four students who come to him for direction are in for a bumpy ride. Mature audiences. Theatre Pops

October 27

Formed in Israel, and quartet-in-residence at the University of Cincinnati CollegeAriel Quartet Conservatory of Music, this award-winning ensemble has earned a glowing international reputation. They will perform music from Beethoven and Britten. Legendary pianist Menahem Pressler joins them for Dvořák’s Quintet in A Major for Piano and Strings, Op. 81. Chamber Music Tulsa

World Blues


NOVEMBER A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Frogz

Four crisscrossed lovers are at the center of this humorous and enchanting reimagining of Shakespeare’s classic. Magical flying effects and nearly 30 local children in the roles of woodland sprites and fairies enhance the charm of Christopher Wheeldon’s 1997 work set to music by Felix Mendelssohn. Tulsa Ballet

Imago Theatre’s weird but creatively brilliant productions are a blend of theatre and circus. Their signature production, Frogz, populates the stage with oversized characters and beings that perform vignettes of physical comedy and visual charm. The New York Times describes Frogz as “a mastery of mime, dance and acrobatics.” Frogz will delight audiences as young as age three. PAC Trust

November 1-3

November 8

Simon Estes, Deborah Voigt and Friends November 5

Widely acknowledged as the preeminent dramatic soprano today, Deborah Voigt is lauded for her lyricism, beauty of tone and dramatic acuity, as well as her impressive aura and voice. Voigt appears in concert with the internationally heralded bassbaritone Simon Estes for a thrilling evening of entertainment. Simon Estes Foundation

Dan Rather “A Morning with Dan Rather” November 8

Dan Rather is one of the most recognized and renowned reporters of our time. Best known as anchor of the CBS Evening News from 1981 to 2005, Rather was a White House and foreign correspondent before that, covering events like the Kennedy assassinations, the Vietnam War and Watergate. Tulsa Town Hall

Dan Rather

The Importance of Being Earnest November 8-17

Two friends pretend to be “Earnest” to charm their respective loves, but when all four vacation at the same country estate at the same time, both men risk having their romantic hopes dashed. Oscar Wilde’s tour de force is as hilarious and relevant today as it was more than 100 years ago. Theatre Tulsa

Deborah Voigt


Vienna Piano Trio

Disney’s ‘Fantasia’

Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

November 9

Conductor Ron Spigelman returns to lead the orchestra in a mix of live music and film. The program will include the original Fantasia along with new segments created for Fantasia 2000. Spigelman previously led the orchestra during accompanied showings of Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl and The Wizard of Oz. Tulsa Symphony

Ivory&Gold November 10

Ivory&Gold celebrates the best of American jazz, blues, ragtime, Broadway and The Great American Songbook. The duo, consisting of Anne Barnhart on flute and vocals with Jeff Barnhart on piano and vocals, was formed in 2001. This husband-and-wife team continues to thrill audiences with music, historical anecdotes and humor. Ragtime for Tulsa

November 12-17

Add the 2009 Tony-nominated Irving Berlin’s White Christmas to your holiday show lineup this year. Based on the 1954 film, with hits like “Blue Skies,” “Happy Holiday” and the Academy Award-winning title song “White Christmas,” this show will kick off the winter season with music and cheer. Celebrity Attractions

Vienna Piano Trio November 15, 17

The Vienna Piano Trio is the ensemble-in-residence at Vienna’s Konzerthaus and has held prestigious appointments in London at Wigmore Hall and for the BBC’s series at St. Luke’s. “An Evening in Vienna,” on November 15, features an hour-long concert of works by Schubert and Kreisler, along with Schönberg’s ultra-Romantic “Verklärte Nacht,” followed by dessert and champagne with the musicians. The November 17 concert features the music of Haydn, Beethoven and Saint-Saëns. Chamber Music Tulsa

Buddy Valastro: The Cake Boss November 24

America’s favorite baker, Buddy Valastro, returns with an allnew show of cakes, anecdotes and fun. In this live, interactive event, TLC’s Cake Boss will share stories, answer audience questions, and give lots of live cake and cupcake decorating demonstrations, sharing tips and techniques in a high-energy experience for the whole family. Mills Entertainment

Buddy Valastro


DECEMBER

The Nutcracker

TULSA! : A Radio Christmas Spectacular December 5-7

It’s 1949 and KMOK, Tulsa’s fourth-most-popular radio station, is preparing its annual “Radio Christmas Spectacular.” If the show doesn’t bring in more listeners, the station will close on New Year’s Eve, so the station’s plucky new intern has coaxed a famous Broadway actress to headline. But when the actress is suspiciously incapacitated, the staff has to pull off a Christmas miracle. A world premiere by Cody Daigle. Playhouse Tulsa

A Christmas Carol

December 6-22

Snow falls on Victorian London as three holiday ghosts, a deceased former partner, and one loving family expose Scrooge’s greed and help him discover the joy that comes with generosity and compassion. The large, multigenerational cast adorned in period costumes provides plenty of old-fashioned seasonal cheer. Charles Dickens’ classic was adapted by Robert Odle and Richard Averill. American Theatre Company

TULSA! : A Radio Christmas Spectacular

The Eight: Reindeer Monologues December 12-22

Scandal erupts at the North Pole when one of Santa’s reindeer accuses him of sexual harassment. As the media descend upon the event, the other reindeer demand to share their perspectives. This play was written by Jeff Goode and is recommended for mature audiences. Theatre Pops

A Christmas Carol

The Nutcracker December 13-22

A young girl’s fantasy unfolds in this annual production that mixes the visuals of a Broadway show with the heartwarming story of a fairytale Christmas. More than 100 children join the professional company as tumblers, baby clowns, mice, toy soldiers and party guests in Marcello Angelini’s version of this beloved holiday ballet, set to Tchaikovsky’s score. Tulsa Ballet


JANUARY Mozart and Prokofiev

Beauty and the Beast

Two epic works make up Tulsa Symphony’s fourth concert this season: Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 and Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5. This concert touches an array of emotions with Mozart’s dark, passionate symphony countered by Prokofiev’s light hymn to freedom and happiness. Guest conductor is James Judd. Tulsa Symphony

Experience a “Tale As Old As Time” with the Tony Award-winning musical Beauty and the Beast. Based on the animated film, this love story is brought to stage with lavish costumes and sets and all the musical numbers you love. Please, be our guest! Celebrity Attractions

January 11

Chicago

January 31-February 2

January 21-26

Chicago

Scandal, corruption and all that jazz are the backdrop for Broadway’s longest running American musical. John O’Hurley (Seinfeld, Dancing with the Stars) performs the role of defense attorney Billy Flynn in this high-energy, razzledazzle musical created by Bob Fosse. Recommended for age 15 and older. Celebrity Attractions

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change January 24-February 2

Told as a series of vignettes, this riotously funny musical follows the twists and turns of modern-day relationships. As honest as it is hysterical, this is the perfect date night for people who love to laugh! Book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro, music by Jimmy Roberts. Theatre Tulsa

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change

Feet Don’t Fail Me Now! January 25

Sparks fly as four extremely caffeinated young dancers burn up the floor in Feet Don’t Fail Me Now! by Rhythmic Circus. A six-piece band accompanies rapid-fire tap dancers with music from funk to blues, rock to salsa. Feet won the Spirit of the Fringe Award, the top prize at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012 and will soon open off-Broadway. PAC Trust

Beauty and the Beast


FEBRUARY Timothy Egan “Dust Bowl and Beyond: Lessons for the Future From Past Hard Times” February 7

Clybourne Park

Timothy Egan is a Pulitzer Prize-winning former reporter and current columnist for the New York Times. His book The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl won the 2006 National Book Award for nonfiction and led to a featured role in Ken Burns’ 2012 PBS series, The Dust Bowl. Tulsa Town Hall

Charlotte’s Web February 7

Wilbur the pig has a problem: how to avoid winding up as pork chops! Charlotte the spider, a fine writer and true friend, weaves a plan to make Wilbur a prize pig and ensure his place on the farm forever. This treasured tale by E.B. White explores bravery, selfless love, and the true meaning of friendship. Staged by Theatreworks USA. PAC Trust

Christina and Michelle Naughton

Saint-Saëns and Mozart: Christina and Michelle Naughton, pianists

Cinderella February 14-16

A prince, a fairy godmother, a glass slipper — and a little magic — come together to make a princess out of a cinder maid. The antics of Cinderella’s awkward stepsisters add hilarity to this romantic fairytale choreographed by Houston Ballet’s artistic director emeritus Ben Stevenson to music by Sergei Prokofiev. Tulsa Ballet

February 8

The Audience Choice Concert this year centers on the work of composers Mozart and Saint-Saëns and features pianists (and twin sisters) Christina and Michelle Naughton. The program comprises Mozart’s Concerto for Two Pianos and two pieces by Saint-Saëns — Carnival of the Animals and his Symphony No. 3, also known as the Organ Symphony. Sarah Ioannides is guest conductor. Tulsa Symphony Elmer Gantry

A Streetcar Named Desire


Adaskin-Schumann Ensemble February 23

The Adaskin String Trio and Ensemble Schumann collaborate frequently to perform masterworks with uncommon instrumentation, charming audiences with their passion and warmth. In Tulsa, the five players explore the timbres of piano, strings and oboe in different and delightful combinations, performing the works of Mozart, Bach, Martinu and Brahms. Chamber Music Tulsa

Elmer Gantry February 28, March 2

This new Grammy Award-winning opera by Robert Aldridge makes its Oklahoma premiere. Based on the novel of the same name by Nobel laureate Sinclair Lewis, this is the story of the rise and fall of a charismatic but unscrupulous adventurer who finds fame and fortune by joining the Evangelical Movement in the Midwest during the 1920s. The novel also inspired the 1960 film with Burt Lancaster. (Sung in English) Libretto by Herschel Garfein. Tulsa Opera

A Streetcar Named Desire February 14-22

In Tennessee Williams’ classic drama, fading Southern belle Blanche Dubois arrives at the seedy New Orleans apartment of her sister, Stella, having left behind a lost family plantation, a teaching job and a host of secrets and lies. Blanche is desperate for a new start, but her fragile illusions won’t endure the scrutiny of Stella’s macho husband, Stanley. Playhouse Tulsa

Clybourne Park February 21-March 2

A Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner, Clybourne Park is a complex, challenging and groundbreaking work. Both a prequel and sequel to A Raisin in the Sun, this poignant play, written by Bruce Norris, covers the changing racial makeup of a Chicago neighborhood and the heartbreaking conflicts that transpire. Mature audiences only. Theatre Tulsa

Cinderella


MARCH The Neverending Story

A Few Good Men

A lonely boy discovers a curious book. As he hides in the attic of his school and begins to read, a huge adventure surges to life. Fantastica, a land of stories, is being destroyed by the Nothing. The Childlike Empress has chosen Atreyu, a young hunter, to be the Hero of the Great Quest. Adapted by David S. Craig from the book by Michael Ende. American Theatre Company

Before The West Wing and The Newsroom, Aaron Sorkin rocked the theatre world with A Few Good Men. Packed with electrifying characters, a blazing fast pace and a suspenseful plot that keeps you guessing, A Few Good Men still has the power to thrill. Can you handle the truth? Theatre Tulsa

March 7-15

Three Days of Rain

March 21-30

Elias String Quartet March 23

March 13-15

The children of a pair of famous American architects square off over their parents’ greatest achievement, Janeway House. In the same apartment 30 years earlier, those architects find the spark of inspiration for that house’s design in a woman they both love. Tony-winning playwright Richard Greenberg spins a lyrical and heartbreaking tale. Playhouse Tulsa

Mia Farrow “Having a Meaningful Life: One Woman’s Journey to Fulfillment” March 14

Recognized for her work in over 40 films, Mia Farrow is also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador working for children’s rights in places such as Darfur, Chad and the Central African Republic. The mother of 14 children (including 10 adopted), Farrow presents a revealing account of her struggles and successes and the quest to Flipside: The Patti Page Story find life’s deeper meaning. Tulsa Town Hall

Flipside: The Patti Page Story March 16

Flipside: The Patti Page Story tells the story of Oklahoma’s own Clara Ann Fowler, who rose to international fame as The Singing Rage – Miss Patti Page. Written by Greg White of the University of Central Oklahoma, Flipside is based on personal interviews with Page and features 28 of her hits, including “Tennessee Waltz” and “Mocking Bird Hill.” PAC Trust

This vibrant English ensemble made its North American debut in 2012, including a sold-out concert at Carnegie Hall. The Elias’ concerts and educational outreach are part of the group’s threeyear Beethoven Project, which will culminate with a recording of the complete Beethoven quartets. The Quartet will perform Beethoven, along with music composed by Franz Joseph Haydn and Sally Beamish. Chamber Music Tulsa

The Snail and the Whale March 28-29

A tiny snail longs to see the world, so she hitches a ride on the tail of a humpback The Snail and whale. But when the whale the Whale gets beached, how will the snail save him? Follow the tiny snail’s amazing journey, as seen through the eyes of an adventurous young girl and her seafaring father. Staged by Tall Stories of London. PAC Trust

One Man Star Wars March 29

A few years ago, in a garage far, far away, comedian Charles Ross decided to put his Star Wars obsession to good use, and now he performs the original trilogy in a light-speed 60-minute one-man show — voices, sound effects, sound track and all. One Man Star Wars is suitable for sci-fi nerds of all ages and aliens over 65. Wookies welcome. PAC Trust


APRIL The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber April 1-6

You’re sure to recognize more than a few tunes as an onstage symphony and cast of Broadway headliners perform beloved songs and blockbuster scores created by Andrew Lloyd Webber. You’ll hear music from Cats, Evita, The Phantom of the Opera, Jesus Christ Superstar and many more. Celebrity Attractions

A Little Princess, The Musical April 4-13

Sara Crewe boards a ship in Africa headed for Miss Minchin’s London boarding school, while her father embarks on a mission to Timbuktu. Sara makes friends with other girls, but makes an enemy of Miss Minchin. Her survival and reunion with her beloved father can only be secured through faith, friendship and a healthy dose of imagination. Adapted by Andrew Lippa and Brian Crawley from the book by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Playhouse Tulsa

American String Quartet

Gentry Lee “Space Exploration and the Curiosity Mission to Mars” April 11

As chief engineer for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Gentry Lee oversaw several NASA space missions, including Gentry Lee the Juno mission to Jupiter, GRAIL missions to the moon, the Viking mission (first successful landing on another planet) and most recently the Curiosity rover mission to Mars. He has written several science fiction books and received the Distinguished Service Medal, NASA’s highest award. Tulsa Town Hall

Higdon, Haydn and Strauss: Kari Caldwell, cellist April 12

Tulsa Symphony concludes its season with TSO Principal Cellist Kari Caldwell as soloist for Don Quixote, the tone poem by Richard Strauss. Also included will be American composer Jennifer Higdon’s well-known Blue Cathedral and the Symphony No. 88 by Haydn. Gerhardt Zimmermann conducts. Tulsa Symphony

Endurance

April 25-27

Hartford insurance man Walter Spivey is struggling to justify his promotion and save his co-workers’ jobs. He reads the biography of Sir Ernest Shackleton, who kept 27 men alive for two years after their ship, Endurance, was crushed by ice in Antarctica. Both stories are told by four actors from the Split Knuckle Theatre Company of Connecticut, who also collaborated to create the play. PAC Trust

American String Quartet April 27

Marking its 40th anniversary in 2014, the American String Quartet is a Tulsa favorite and the perfect ensemble to celebrate the conclusion of CMT’s 60th season! Internationally recognized as one of the world’s finest ensembles, the American String Quartet is famous for a luxurious sound and thoughtful, innovative programming. The Quartet will play the music of Berg, Bach and Beethoven. Chamber Music Tulsa


MAY

Carmen

Race May 1-4

A wealthy white man accused of raping a black woman hires a team of lawyers — a white man, a black man and their young female associate — to defend him. As they review evidence, shame, guilt and personal feelings about racial harmony emerge. Written by David Mamet and recommended for mature audiences. Theatre Pops

Carmen May 2, 4

The sexiest and most notorious gypsy of all time returns, followed by contrabandiers, bullfighters, flamenco dancers and a soldier with a fatal obsession. April in Seville doesn’t get any sweeter than Tulsa Opera’s production of Georges Bizet’s Carmen, featuring mezzo soprano Leann SandelPantaleo and tenor Jonathan Burton in their Tulsa Opera debuts. (Sung in French with English supertitles) Libretto by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy. Tulsa Opera

The Sound of Music


Sister Act

[title of show] May 2-10

Written by Hunter Bell with music and lyrics by Jeff Bowen, [title of show] chronicles its own creation as an entry in the 2004 New York Musical Theatre Festival and follows the struggles of the author, the composer/lyricist and their two actress friends during the show’s creative period. American Theatre Company

The Sound of Music

Sister Act May 13-18

Wannabe diva Deloris Van Cartier’s life takes a surprising turn when she witnesses a crime. The cops hide her in the last place anyone would think to look — a convent! Under the suspicious eye of Mother Superior, Deloris helps her fellow sisters find their voices as she unexpectedly rediscovers her own. Celebrity Attractions

May 9-18

Iconic music by Rodgers and Hammerstein, treasured characters and a timeless story all come together in what may be the most beloved musical of all time. From “Do-Re-Mi” to “Climb Every Mountain,” all your favorite songs are here for you to remember and share. Whether you’re new to the story or know it by heart, experience this masterpiece as it was meant to be. Theatre Tulsa

SUMMER Wicked

SummerStage

Wicked

This annual performing arts festival takes place in the Tulsa PAC’s Williams, Doenges and Norman theaters. Performances staged by local arts groups and individual artists include a variety of disciplines — musicals, drama, comedy, dance and cabaret — in a casual atmosphere at affordable prices. PAC Trust

Long before Dorothy dropped in, two girls became unlikely friends in the land of Oz. Winner of 35 major awards, Wicked is the story of how the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good Witch came to be. Songs include “Defying Gravity,” “Popular” and “For Good.” The musical is based on the novel by Gregory Maguire with music by Stephen Schwartz and book by Winnie Holzman. Celebrity Attractions

June-July

June 18-July 6


2013-2014 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS Celebrity Attractions Blue Man Group Irving Berlin’s White Christmas Chicago Beauty and the Beast The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber Sister Act Wicked Season tickets: 918.596.7109 Single tickets: 918.596.7111

Tulsa Ballet

Rite of Spring A Midsummer Night’s Dream The Nutcracker Cinderella Season tickets: 918.749.6407 Single tickets: 918.596.7111

Tulsa Opera

The Marriage of Figaro Elmer Gantry Carmen Season tickets: 918.587.4811 Single tickets: 918.596.7111

Tulsa Symphony

Sarah Coburn and Siwoo Kim William Wolfram Disney’s Fantasia Mozart and Prokofiev Christina and Michelle Naughton Kari Caldwell Season tickets: 918.584.3645 Single tickets: 918.596.7111

PAC Trust

World Blues Frogz One Man Star Wars Feet Don’t Fail Me Now! Flipside: The Patti Page Story Endurance Single tickets only: 918.596.7111

American Theatre Company

A Christmas Carol The Neverending Story [title of show] Season tickets: 918.596.7109 Single tickets: 918.596.7111

Playhouse Tulsa

Stuart Little Charlotte’s Web The Snail and The Whale Season tickets: 918.596.7109 Single tickets: 918.596.7111

I Hate Hamlet TULSA! A Radio Christmas Spectacular A Streetcar Named Desire Three Days of Rain A Little Princess Season tickets: 918.596.7109 Single tickets: 918.596.7111

Chamber Music Tulsa

Theatre Pops

PAC Trust Imagination Series

Brooklyn Rider Ariel Quartet with Menahem Pressler Vienna Piano Trio Adaskin-Schumann Ensemble Elias String Quartet American String Quartet Season tickets: 918.587.3802 Single tickets: 918.596.7111

Tulsa Town Hall Khaled Hosseini Dan Rather Timothy Egan Mia Farrow Gentry Lee Season tickets only: 918.749.5965

Love, Loss and What I Wore Seminar The Eight: Reindeer Monologues Race Single tickets: 918.596.7111

Theatre Tulsa

Legally Blonde: The Musical The Importance of Being Earnest Disney’s Aladdin Jr. I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change Clybourne Park A Few Good Men The Sound of Music Season tickets: 918.587.8402 Single tickets: 918.596.7111

Plus

A Raisin in the Sun Love Bank 1 and 2 Brain Storms: New Works by Young Writers Simon Estes, Deborah Voigt and Friends Buddy Valastro: The Cake Boss Ragtime for Tulsa’s Ivory&Gold Single tickets: 918.596.7111

Brown Bag It

October 16, 23, 30 November 6, 13, 20 December 4 March 12, 19, 26 April 2, 9, 16

In the Gallery

September: The Blue Glass Group October: Kite Traces—Words and Images November: Tulsa Historical Society December: Art of Stephen Smith January: Lindsay Larremore Craige February: Michelle Firment Reid March: Linda Stilley April: Diversity in Art May: Mayfest June: Experience Tulsa

Schedule subject to change. PHOTO CREDITS PAC Building (Jeremy Charles); John Scott (Michelle Pollard); Brooklyn Rider (Sarah Small); Khaled Hosseini (© Elena Seibert); World Blues (Jay Blakesberg); Deborah Voigt (© Peter Ross); The Nutcracker (Sharen Bradford); TULSA! A Radio Christmas Spectacular (Michele Cantrell); A Christmas Carol (Michael Ervin); Chicago (Jeremy Daniel); Beauty and the Beast (Joan Marcus); I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Steven Michael Hall); Clybourne Park (Steven Michael Hall); A Streetcar Named Desire (Michele Cantrell); Cinderella (J. Shelton Photography); Flipside: The Patti Page Story (Wendy Mutz); The Snail and the Whale (© Tall Stories); American String Quartet (Peter Schaaf); The Sound of Music (Steven Michael Hall); Sister Act (Joan Marcus); Wicked (Joan Marcus) Brochure design by Morgan Welch, Langdon Publishing.

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2013-14 Season Brochure