The play runs through July 23 in OSP’s Paseo Arts District indoor theater.
A diverse selection of comedies highlights the theater company’s 2017 offerings.
OSP’s Kathryn McGill will helm the production of William Shakespeare’s most preeminent work.
The Liar runs Aug. 25-27 and Sept. 1-3 at Oklahoma Shakespeare on Paseo.
Oklahoma Arts Council has chosen Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park to run the state’s portion of the 2016 nationwide Poetry Out Loud competition.
The landscape has grown from a patchwork of small theaters and production companies into a hub of world-class performances and performers.
Oklahomans have a love/hate relationship with ice. On one hand, we have devastating storms. On the other, we have the Oklahoma City Barons hockey team and ice rinks dotting the map, including a brand-new outdoor rink debuting Friday at the Festival Marketplace in Edmond. Running from noon to 10 p.m. daily, the rink aims to…
Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park presents a case study of a dysfunctional family from a time before anyone knew the term for it, in Anton Chekhov’s 1896 drama, “The Seagull.” Now at the Myriad Gardens Water Stage, the production is directed by D. Lance Marsh and performed in handsome period costumes by Robert Pittenridge. It…