Jewel Box Theatre stages female friendship and a few weddings in its upcoming production of Always a Bridesmaid.
The Free Food Pantry and Educational Center serves seniors and more through its programs providing groceries, clothing and furniture.
Pollard Theatre Company brings Disney’s The Little Mermaid to the stage with an innovative take on the classic tale.
Festival of the Arts will bring 750,000 people to downtown OKC for the convergence of food, art and music.
Nick Swardson gasses up his Too Many Smells Tour for a pit stop at The Criterion.
Once again, top Dodgers prospects begin the season in Oklahoma City.
Vibrant growth and newness mark Dylan Bradway’s solo exhibition at DNA Galleries.
Emerging artist collective Art Group launches OKC’s next wave of art leadership ahead of its first group show.
Okie Kids Playground brings purposeful indoor playtime to Edmond.
Fancy Couches brings the past into the present by renting out unique antiques for photo shoots, weddings and other events.
Fun Home brings Alison Bechdel’s autobiographical graphic novel to musical life.
The Medieval Fair of Norman continues its time-honored tradition of free fun and learning.
Nearly a year after the release of his debut poetry collection, Chen Chen will bring poetic prospects to a reading at UCO.
OKC Ballet embraces modern ballets by prestigious choreographers with this season’s triple bill.
Science Museum Oklahoma’s new smART Space exhibit explores the art of origami.
Before the first pitch, OKC Dodgers focuses this season on serving its diverse fan base.
Tulsa’s Circle Cinema welcomes sister theater Rodeo Cinema to Historic Stockyards City.
The film work of Thai artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul breaks new ground at OKCMOA.
Artist Ebony Iman Dallas reflects on her improbable reconnection with lost family in Through Abahay’s Eyes.
Open Streets OKC speaks to the urban experience, highlighting active transportation.
The play runs March 30-April 21 at Carpenter Square Theatre.
Though the upcoming Steven Spielberg film won't include OKC as a location, the novel version of Ready Player One is partially set in the city.
The small-dog hunt begins 12:30 p.m. March 31 while the larger dogs will begin their search 1 p.m.
The best hope for Alzheimers includes locals stepping up as clinical volunteers in Lynn Institute trials.