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40 Minutes or Less: Local Female Filmmakers showcases the variety and craftsmanship of female filmmakers in Oklahoma.

 

Global colors

The art of Chickasaw painter Brenda Kingery is showcased in a new Oklahoma City University exhibition.

Box-office poison

Jewel Box Theatre plays with slapstick and dark comedy in Arsenic and Old Lace.

Untapped talent

A nontraditional local drag show offers diverse performers the opportunity to showcase their craft.

Witnessing women

Janice Mathews-Gordon’s latest exhibit explores the work and future of women.

Printing plays

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park examines the effort to save Shakespeare’s work in The Book of Will.

Nerd alert

Comedian Brian Posehn brings his brand of self-deprecating humor to a pair of shows at The Paramount Room.

OKG Shop: Collective success

Jessi and Kelli Newsome enjoy the sweet smell of success with OKcollective.

Sculpting history

Norman artist Paul Moore earns unprecedented honors at Prix de West as his Oklahoma Centennial Land Run Monument nears completion.

Greased lightning

Oklahoma Victory Dolls skate fast and hit hard.

Still revolutionary

Hamilton: An American Musical lives up to the hype at Civic Center Music Hall.

End times

Local novelist Noah Milligan’s Into Captivity They Will Go explores the arrival of an Oklahoma messiah.

Cover: His shot

For Marcus Choi, playing George Washington in Hamilton: An American Musical is an opportunity and a responsibility.

Tackling subjects

Bradley Beesley’s Fathers of Football takes an empathetic look at a winning Oklahoma high school football team.

OKG Lifestyle: Miillie Mesh

Going underground

Mystery novelist Mary Anna Evans’ Catacombs explores a downtown Oklahoma City secret.

Local ink

New World Comic Con continues its expansion by focusing on local artists.

Kabuki rodeo

Jack Fowler’s Cowboy Swordfight! exhibition explores cultural cross-pollination.

Cover: Home and abroad

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Passport shows the more worldly art of Western masters.

OKG Lifestyle: Tahira Taqi

Iceberg cometh

Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma’s Titanic: The Musical sets a different course from James Cameron’s blockbuster.

Clockwork life

Science Museum Oklahoma explores the complexity of machines with Life Imagined: The Art and Science of Automata.

Street life

Life in urban centers comes into focus in Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s Photographing the Street.

Butterfly pattern

La’Charles Purvey’s newest play explores cycles of recovery after trauma.

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