Shakespeare in the Park, paddle boarding, yoga and other options are available for the public.
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.
“We have a lot of different options now,” she said. “We’ve always held down the classical fort. We still feel really solid about our mission.”
Oklahoma Arts Council has chosen Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park to run the state’s portion of the 2016 nationwide Poetry Out Loud competition.
This season’s Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park lineup includes The Winter’s Tale, You Never Can Tell, Wittenberg and Julius Caesar.
The Paseo Merchants Association wants to help you get a jump on holiday shopping in the fun and funky atmosphere of the Paseo Arts District.
The landscape has grown from a patchwork of small theaters and production companies into a hub of world-class performances and performers.
OKC Beautiful is taking submissions for its fourth annual Art in Recycled Trash (A.R.T.) Show until October 31.
Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park (OSP) wraps up its 30th season with Macbeth, one of the company’s favorite plays, according to Kathryn McGill, OSP artistic director.