It’s a sad, sad day when a donkey and a motorcycle get into a tussle. From The Associated Press comes this tragic tale of death and donkeys.
You’re probably familiar with the War Horse story by now, but you’ve never seen anything like National Theatre’s original stage production. Complete with life-size puppets by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company, see the London-based rendition pre-recorded for the big screen 7 p.m. Thursday at Cinemark Tinseltown USA, 6001 N. Martin Luther King Blvd. Tickets are $12-$14. Visit fathomevents.com.
You probably know Toadies by the songs “Possum Kingdom” and “Tyler” (because those songs are awesome), and this year marks the 20th anniversary of their seminal album Rubberneck. Yeah, we’re old. See the alt-rock heroes 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 9 at Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N. Main St. in Tulsa. Tickets are $19-$34. Call (918)584-2306 or visit cainsballroom.com.
Wednesday, April 9
You have probably noticed that we have some pretty wicked scenery here in Oklahoma. Mountains, prairies, canyons — you name it, we have ’em. This Is Our Oklahoma Land, a solo exhibit from photographer Kim Baker, celebrates the majestically diverse geography of the state. You can see her work at an opening reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at The Depot Gallery, 200 S. Jones Ave., in Norman. Admission is free. Call 307-9320 or visit normandepot.org.