Civic Center Music Hall
201 N. Walker
Tuesday-Wednesday, Feb. 13, ongoing
Fresh from his “hey, isn’t that Tom Wopat?” appearance in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, actor Tom Wopat will perform two concerts Saturday at the UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E. Fifth in Edmond.
Although he’s promoting his brand-new CD, I’ve Got Your Number, and is a two-time Tony nominee for his Broadway pursuits, Wopat is perhaps best-known for playing Luke Duke on the early ’80s TV hit The Dukes of Hazzard.
But don’t just take my word for it.
“Audiences will definitely remember Tom Wopat as one of the rowdy Dukes of Hazzard boys, but he is so much more than that,” said Greg White, director and producer of UCO’s Broadway Tonight series.
The shows are scheduled for 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $40. For more information, call 974-3375 or visit uco.edu/cfad/events. —Rod Lott
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• Django Unchained film review
• The Dukes: The Complete Series DVD review
Played Fun Run yet? Or perhaps, like me, just watched over your kid’s shoulder as he did?
Hell, even if you haven’t heard of the game, this clip’s themes are universal enough that you’ll get it. Local filmmaker/animator Kyle Roberts’ latest project is “Fun Run in Real Life,” a three-minute video that sees some wicked parkour unleashed throughout downtown Oklahoma City — especially Stage Center, which seems made for dat sh!t — as fast-paced participants use their feet and try not to lose their heads:
You may have recognized OKC rapper Jabee lending his voice. (If not, you weren’t paying attention; like all good hip-hoppers, he directly references himself in the lyrics.)
God help us all if Hollywood decides to turn Fun Run into a movie, but if it does, Roberts deserves the directing gig. —Rod Lott
Hey! Read This:
• Hipper than now? Local rap and hip-hop artists realize working together will strengthen their scene
• Man in motion: With stop-motion shorts parodying Iron Man and Michael Jackson, local filmmaker Kyle Roberts now takes on James Bond
• Parkour hits the ground running in Oklahoma
George Bernard Shaw’s classic Pygmalion gets a groovy update as The Stage Door, 601 Oak in Yukon, transplants the time period from 1912 to 1969. Witness all the flower-girl power as the rom-com concludes its run at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $9-$12. Call 265-1590 or visit stagedooryukon.com.