As Oklahoma City Ballet continues its recently launched 2014-2015 season, its creative director, Robert Mills, believes we have a lot to look forward to.
When Jann Jeffrey was young, she was already manipulating her environment to suit her sense of aesthetic, grounded in reality or not.
Curated by well-known OKC-based artist Romy Owens, OKC125 is a public exhibition of 125 photos of downtown Oklahoma City by 125 local artists.
Kuleshov became the Artist in Residence for the UCO School of Music in 2000, and in 2013, he declared Edmond his home.
The room is at capacity and there’s anticipation in the air similar to that before a rock concert. The energy is positive and edgy. There are inevitably the guys and gals who walk into Sauced on the Side, 2912 Paseo Drive, to grab a cocktail or beer and get curious. “Not a night passes that…
Outside of concerts, nowhere is the consumption of intoxicating beverages by audiences and performers alike more prevalent nowadays than in live comedy.
It’s easy to see why Vanya/Spike is so popular. Compared to the inanity that passes for comedy these days, it’s smart, compelling and good fun.
The breakthrough feature from 29-year-old director Damien Chazelle is as ambitious as its protagonist, a fledgling but immensely talented and driven jazz drummer.
The Oklahoma City Philharmonic will take audiences on a journey of Progressive Wildness.
Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble shines a spotlight on wind instruments in its second concert of the season, Austrian & German Masterworks for Winds.