The production is a collaboration with ZACH Theatre in Austin, Texas.
A diverse selection of comedies highlights the theater company’s 2017 offerings.
The show stars W. Jerome Stevenson as Max Bialystock and Jared Blount as Leo Bloom.
The updated classic runs April 21-23 at Civic Center Music Hall.
Shakespeare in the Park, paddle boarding, yoga and other options are available for the public.
The band’s July release, S+@dium Rock: Five Nights at the Opera is a live, condensed and rearranged version of its 2015 rock opera The Most Lamentable Tragedy.
“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.”
A local theater company reimagines A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Athens, Greece, in the 1960s.
William Shakespeare’s First Folio, featuring the historic writer’s work, will be in Norman through January.
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.