Hopes, dreams and hair — Lyric Theatre brings ’80s fever to Oklahoma City with Rock of Ages.
Guthrie’s Pollard Theatre Company’s rendition of Hedwig and the Angry Inch is OKC-area’s swan song for a longtime leading duo.
Taylor’s works often draw parallels between Native and Christian imagery.
Professional opera returns to OKC with Painted Sky Opera as Opera on Tap expands the form to neighborhood bars.
Suite Surrender runs through Oct. 22 at Jewel Box Theatre.
Oklahoma Contemporary will host an opening night reception Oct. 5 and a hip-hop jam Nov. 4.
Jon-Michael Frank’s droll comics are on display at DNA Galleries.
P.21 Oklahoma Contemporary’s new group art show, Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma, features 10 homegrown graffiti artists in a collection of new and temporary works exemplifying one of the “four elements of hip-hop.” The show is a must-see; once Not For Sale is over, these works will be covered by a fresh layer…
The production runs through Oct. 1 at Civic Center Music Hall.
The mother of OKC artist Spencer Mellow helps raise funds for the state’s only high school dedicated to sobriety.