It’s strictly ballroom as “Savoy: A Ballroom Experience” waltzes into the grand ballroom of the Oklahoma City Marriott, 3233 Northwest Expressway, on Saturday. Cocktails are at 6:30 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. and dancing at 8 p.m., with a floor show from U.S. champions Decho & Bree. Seating is limited, dress attire is penthouse (note that’s lowercase, please), and tickets are $75. Call 397-8763 or visit dzpproductions.com.
By popular demand after November’s run, the awardwinning rock musical “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” has returned to The Boom, 2218 N.W. 39th. At 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, with an additional midnight show Friday, “Hedwig” follows a struggling songstress and post-op transgender (played by local actor/musician Matthew Alvin Brown) as she seeks recognition and true love. Tickets are $20. Visit facebook.com/hedwigokc.
Prepare to be dazzled by the flexibility and strength of the world-renowned Peking Acrobats, tumbling into Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Fine Arts Center in Weatherford, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 2. As seen in the “Ocean’s Eleven” trilogy, the troupe also features the Women’s Peace Orchestra of China in one colorful, contorting show. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Call 580- 774-3019 or visit swosu.edu.
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Now through Monday is your last chance to celebrate 100 years of youth leadership via Camp Fire USA’s centennial exhibit at the Edmond Historical Society and Museum, 431 S. Boulevard in Edmond. Through photographs, memorabilia and artifacts, the exhibit outlines the organization’s history. Admission is free. Call 340-0078 or visit edmondhistory.org.
top This freezing weather may not be ideal for a day out on the lake, but that doesn’t mean you can’t dream about it by gazing at the more than 300 boats and watercraft on display at the 56th annual Oklahoma City Winter Boat Show, Thursday through Sunday at State Fair Park, 333 Gordon Cooper. Bonus: kids’ catfish tank! Admission is $7 for ages 12 and up. Visit okcboats.com.
bottom Antiquated tunes get a contemporary treatment when critically acclaimed jazz guitarist Charlie Hunter plays two rare solo shows 7 and 9:30 p.m. tonight at the Performing Arts Studio, 200 S. Jones in Norman. His latest album, “Public Domain,” is comprised of 11 classics of the early 20th century that are given a modern revamping. Tickets are $15. Call 307-9320 or visit pasnorman.org.