Something jolly this way comes

Something jolly this way comes

3rd Act Theatre Company makes merriment with Drunk Classics: A Very Merry Macbeth

 

Citizen Spotlight: Tim Herbel

Making good on a promise, Tim Herbel opened Not Your Average Joe to create an inclusive work environment where those with special needs and their families can prosper and grow.

Holiday VIBES

Downtown Edmond gears up for its first ever winter art walk Dec. 1.

Holiday cheers

Uptown’s neighborhood bar is transforming into a winter wonderland through the holiday season.

Blood pact

Kara and Jeremy Choate step away from their family photo gig for the dark, gritty Tenkiller, with help from metal monsters Chat Pile.

Christmas crescendo

The musical juggernaut, known for its intense holiday music performances, play the Civic Center Music Hall Nov. 22.

Citizen Spotlight: Rob Watkins

After experiencing homelessness, Rob Watkins found a way to connect those still struggling with the resources they need to survive life on the streets.

Christmas corral

Oklahoma Gazette’s holiday roundup of local festive events to keep the holiday cheer going all season.

Christmas future

The Pollard Theatre Company brings back their holiday staple after a three-year hiatus.

Preparing for winter

As the end of the year draws near, the need increases for many local nonprofits who focus their care on the homeless.

To Hades and back

OKC Broadway brings the national tour of Hadestown to the Civic Center this month.

Citizen Spotlight: The Red Case Society

Lifelong musicians Steve McAnally and Price Vernon turned their passion for music into a way to serve their community.

Cover of night

Nightfall Haunted Territory has found its home at Lost Lakes Entertainment Complex after bouncing around the metro for several years.

Fringe Flicks

Mondo Mondays brings its cult film programming to Tower Theatre for a special Halloween screening of Evil Dead 2.

Citizen Spotlight: Stacey Yarbrough

A second chance can be life-changing. It's a fact Stacey Yarbrough has taken to heart, and she makes it her mission to make sure others get the same.

Mistresses of mayhem

Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma brings back interactive romp The Rocky Horror Show for Fall 2022

Movies without borders

OKCMOA joins more than 400 venues hosting the 2022 Manhattan Short Film Festival.

Puppet masters

OKCRep presents the touring production of puppet comedy Bill’s 44th Sept. 29 through Oct. 1.

Black Sky Affair: Artemis I

The Artemis I is set to launch Aug. 29 in advance of the first moon mission in more than half a century.

Title waves

The Pollard Theatre opens Season 35 with musical comedy [title of show].

We are different. We are one.

Painted Sky Opera bridges political divides in season closing Scalia/Ginsburg performance.

All the Right Moves

Arts Council OKC’s Art Moves program brings performance right to the people wherever they are.

Not the first rodeo

Rodeo Cinema is going above and beyond normal screenings, with added elements to create a more immersive moviegoing experience.

Read it local

Here are four recently published books that come from Oklahoma writers or have the Sooner State as their setting.

Reading rooms

As book readers become fewer as time wears on, local bookstores double down on inventory and providing experiences to their clientele.

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