Women comedians in OKC are joining those in other cities to support each other in the male-dominated comedy scene by making their voices heard at a monthly open mic night at Urban Roots in Deep Deuce. Story by Ben Felder. P.36 For this year’s Spring City Guide, we’ve scoured OKC to find fun and…
This uproarious musical uses minimal casting and a piano to capture audiences across the nation.
When local artist Tanner Frady sees a duck get hit in the face with a frying pan or a rabbit drop an anvil on a lisping hunter, he sees art. And thanks to his unique take on the animated style of cartoons and cartoon characters, so are many more art-lovers in the metro. Even though…
An exhibit at Oklahoma City Community College illustrates the evolution of album artwork.
Neither Stover nor Baron look back fondly on the state of the Plaza District when Lyric first considered the properties at 1727 and 1801 NW 16th St., but they like where it got them.
Ordinary People Lounge is a new performance space for a variety of local creative artists on 23rd Street.
The public may attend the first in a series of art discussions designed for professionals studying the national art scene Friday at Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.
Lyric Theatre is more than a building; it’s a key part of Oklahoma City’s art history and Plaza District’s continued growth. By Christian Wilson. P.37
Set to American composer Paul Shoenfield’s piece for violin, cello, clarinet and piano, the powerful narrative accompaniment of “Sparks of Glory” pulls audiences into the midst of Holocaust Europe. It’s this piece that anchors Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble’s fourth concert of its 2014-2015 season. The concert, Music of War and Remembrance, closes with Shoenfield’s piece, which…
Local artist Anthony Pego recasts major politicos as cats and goes viral in the process.