Survivors’ guilt

Survivors’ guilt

Carpenter Square Theatre’s production of The Library finds cruelty and catharsis in the aftermath of a school shooting.

 

Home cooking

Lyric Theatre’s Having Our Say reveals 20th-century America through the eyes of two centenarian sisters.

Straight up

Brandy Mayes’ A Shot of Brandy podcast features interviews with local artists and entrepreneurs, and his Creators Create studio will help people start their own.

Food Issue: In good spirits

A Midtown retailer caters to both amateur and professional mixologists wanting to raise the bar with better ingredients and supplies.

Food Issue: Soul food

SixTwelve’s First We Dance, Then We Greet, Then We Eat series creates community through cooking and dancing lessons.

Sweet sorrow

Oklahoma Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet celebrates love in spite of a generational cycle of violence.

OKG Lifestyle: Albert Rios

Golden thread

The Art Hall’s Tiny Little Fables: The Enchanted features collages by Louisiana artist Nonney Oddlokken and works by OKC artists Nicole and Aztrid Moan.

Hello kitty

Lyric Theatre’s The Cat in the Hat brings Dr. Seuss’ subversive classic to the stage.

Cover: Dragged up

As it becomes increasingly popular and visible, drag challenges rigid gender roles and helps performers and audiences accept themselves.

War requiem

Glory Denied, presented by Painted Sky Opera, is a complicated tragedy based on an actual prisoner of war.

Westward expansion

Warhol and the West, on display at National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, offers a ‘broader interpretation’ of Western art.

Reflecting Poole

Sideshow spotlights O. Gail Poole’s multifaceted exploration of “absurdism and human folly.”

Garden variety

Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble features four distinct works in Rustic Gardens.

American dream

Controversial Tony Award-winning musical Miss Saigon brings a 42-person cast and a three-ton helicopter to OKC.

Proudly hailed

Her Flag 2020 commemorates the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage with a national collaborative art project.

Rim shot

Basketball-themed comedy benefit show Why Not? returns to OKC.

American variations

Oklahoma City Philharmonic’s Minimalism in a New World celebrates a tradition of independent individualism.

Cosmic scale

Tom Shannon: Universe in the Mind | Mind in the Universe inspires existential questions.

Cover: 2019 review

Here’s a look back at some of the most newsworthy events around the metro this year.

Cover: New Year’s glee

Oklahoma Gazette suggests 10 ways to welcome the new year.

Abundant life

Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s Renewing the American Spirit: The Art of the Great Depression showcases the many meanings of art restoration.

Double feature

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum puts film history on display with Two Grits.

Cover: Beyond preservation

Abandoned Oklahoma aims to show that though a building might be vacant, the memories associated with it aren’t lost.

OKG Lifestyle: Alex Bliss

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