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Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park opens its 33rd season with The Taming of the Shrew

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park opens its 33rd season with The Taming of the Shrew

A diverse selection of comedies highlights the theater company’s 2017 offerings.

Inns and outs

Almost every show in Oklahoma City Theatre Company’s season is an American play written between 1957 and 1982. Why the company has selected plays from such a limited place and period is a mystery, but its current offering is Bernard Slade’s 1975 romantic comedy, “Same Time, Next Year,” directed by Cristela Carrizales. In this Neil

Down the ‘Rabbit Hole’

In the 2006 drama “Rabbit Hole,” playwright David Lindsay-Abaire examines a family’s grief after the accidental death of a young boy. But he doesn’t provide any more insight than have the philosophers, theologians and pop psychologists who’ve come before him. That’s because Lindsay-Abaire takes on the great unanswerable question: Why do bad things happen to

Sing out

A group of independent Oklahoma theater artists are staging a production of the musical “Falsettos” to benefit RAIN Oklahoma, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting Oklahomans living with HIV/AIDS. “Falsettos” pairs “March of the Falsettos” and “Falsettoland,” two off- Broadway musicals produced nearly a decade apart. “Falsettos” won Tony Awards for best book and musical

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