Edit ModuleShow Tags

February Showtimes Calendar

The Symphony Orchestra (pictured) will perform along with the Concert Orchestra in the Tulsa Youth Symphony’s Winter Concert on Monday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Union Public Schools Performing Arts Center, 6636 S. Mingo Rd.


  • When: Thursday, Feb. 1, 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: BOK Center, 200 S. Denver Ave.

On the heels of a highly successful multi-city tour and run on Broadway, the world’s best-selling touring magic show, The Illusionists – Live From Broadway will play at BOK Center on February 1 as part of its North American tour in 2018. Full of hilarious magic tricks, death-defying stunts and acts of breathtaking wonder, The Illusionists has shattered box office records worldwide and thrilled audiences of all ages with a mind-blowing spectacular showcasing the jaw-dropping talents of five of the most incredible illusionists on earth. www.bokcenter.com


  • When: Thursday, Feb. 1, 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd.

This next-generation a cappella show redefines the limits of the human voice. Featuring the reigning world champion beatboxer Ball-Zee and an international cast of world-class vocalists, GOBSMACKED! weaves stories through all forms of a cappella from traditional street corner harmonies to cutting edge, multi-track live looping. www.bartlesvillecommunitycenter.com


  • When: Friday, Feb. 2, 7 p.m.
  • Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. 2nd St.

"Freedom Train" tells the thrilling story of Harriet Tubman, the Moses of her people, in a fascinating series of highly theatrical scenes that use dance, dialogue and music of the period. Songs include "Follow the Drinking Gourd," "Steal Away," "Wade in the Water," "Good News, the Chariot's A-comin'," and many others still sung today. "Freedom Train" is the story of self-sacrifice, dedication and survival, laced with warmth and a sense of humor that celebrates the human spirit — a universal story for all. (One hour in length, recommended for grades 3 - 9) www.tulsapac.com


  • When: Saturday, Feb. 3, 7 p.m.
  • Where: All Souls Unitarian Church, 2952 S. Peoria

It’s a rip-roaring, toe-tapping, fun-filled sing-along, plus a dessert auction to benefit All Souls’ three partner schools.


  • When: Sunday, Feb. 4, 2:30 p.m.
  • Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. 2nd St.

Concertmaster Rossitza Jekova-Goza is the featured soloist, performing Korngold’s dramatic Violin Concerto. The program will open with Medea’s Dance of Vengeance by Samuel Barber. The Tulsa Symphony will perform Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 3  “Scottish” to close the evening. www.tulsasymphony.org


  • When: Wednesday, Feb. 7, 12:10 p.m.
  • Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. 2nd St.

Enjoy this free concert, presented by the PAC Trust. “Classic Meets Cool” in the music of pianist and entertainer Barron Ryan, who has studied classical, jazz, and more. www.tulsapac.com

The Crucible

  • When: Friday-Saturday, Feb. 9-10, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, Feb. 11, 2 p.m.
  • Where: Henthorne Performing Arts Center, 4825 S. Quaker Ave.

Clark Youth Theatre presents "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller on February 2-3, 8-10 at 7:30 p.m. and February 4 & 11 at 2:00 p.m. at the Henthorne Performing Arts Center, 4825 S. Quaker. 

In the rigid theocracy of Salem, Massachusetts, rumors that women are practicing witchcraft galvanize the town. In a searing portrait of a community engulfed by panic – with ruthless prosecutors, and neighbors eager to testify against neighbor – The Crucible famously mirrors the anti-Communist hysteria that held the United States in its grip in the 1950’s. A Tony Award Winner for Best Play.

Tickets are $13 for adults and $10 for seniors and students. Tickets can be purchased by visiting our website at clarkyouththeatre.com or by calling the box office at (918)-746-5065.


  • When: Friday-Saturday, Feb. 9-10, 8 p.m.; Sunday, Feb. 11, 3 p.m.
  • Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. 2nd St.

Strictly Gershwin features the incomparable music of George and Ira Gershwin. Add to that a huge cast of performers (including guest tap dancers and vocalists!) and the result is a dazzling blockbuster show. Derek Deane’s choreography is a glamorous blend of classical ballet and the unmistakable moves of 1920’s Broadway. This performance will transport audiences to the golden age of Hollywood. www.tulsaballet.org


  • When: Sunday, Feb. 11, 2:30 p.m.
  • Where: Freeland Center for the Performing Arts, 2 Weatherwood Way, Bristow

The Tulsa Youth Symphony will perform this special concert in Bristow. www.tyso.org


  • When: Tuesday, Feb. 13, 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Lorton Performance Center, 550 S. Gary Place

Every year the highlight of the Béla Rózsa Composition Competition is a concert performance. TU student composers will be competing, and there will be performances of the winning high school compositions. Three professional composers will judge the competition. The winners and prizes will be announced at the end of the competition once the judging is completed. calendar.utulsa.edu

The Penguin Project: Aladdin Kids

  • When: Friday-Saturday, Feb. 16-17, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, Feb. 18, 2 p.m. 
  • Where: Cascia Hall PAC, 2520 S. Yorktown Ave.

Clark Youth Theatre, in partnership with The Penguin Project, presents "Aladdin Kids." Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, and Music adapted and arranged by Bryan Louiselle. Book by David Simpatico based on the 1992 Disney film Aladdin.

The Penguin Project® provides an opportunity for children with disabilities to develop creative skills related to the theatre arts. The program includes children with cognitive, learning, motor, hearing and visual impairments; genetic disorders; and neurological conditions. They are joined on stage by peer mentors, who work with them side-by-side to guide them in rehearsals and performances. Purchase tickets online at www.clarkyouththeatre.com 


  • When: Friday, Feb. 16 and 23, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, Feb. 17, 18, 24, 25, 2 p.m.
  • Where: Spotlight Theatre, 1381 Riverside Dr.

Enjoy this fun adaptation of the Tom Sawyer story, presented by Spotlight Children’s Theatre! www.spotlighttheatre.org


  • When: Friday-Saturday, Feb. 16-17, 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: VanTrease PACE, 10300 E. 81st St.

The Signature Symphony is pleased to present music from the Big Band Era and the iconic Frank Sinatra, featuring numbers that will keep your dancing feet on the move! Enjoy an evening of Sinatra’s favorites, including classics that made “Ol’ Blue Eyes” one of the best selling music artists of all time as well as an enduring household name. www.signaturesymphony.org 


  • When: Feb. 16-17, 22-24, 8 p.m.; Feb. 18, 24-25, 2 p.m.
  • Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. 2nd St.

This brand new non-musical play centers on the iconic punk band The Ramones as they record their fifth album with eccentric music producer Phil Spector. Focusing on the 1979-1980 period, when the band stood on the edge of breaking out – and Spector needed a hit – this intense black comedy sheds light on an important and overlooked moment in rock history. Four Chords and a Gun was written by actor and comedian John Ross Bowie, best known for his role as Barry Kripke in the CBS show The Big Bang Theory and currently as Jimmy Dimeo on the ABC show Speechless. www.tulsapac.com


  • When: Saturday, Feb. 17, 8 p.m.
  • Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. 2nd St.

The Stars Align stars world-famous opera star Susan Graham, a mezzo-soprano with one of the most commanding voices in opera today. Joining Graham will be Tulsa’s own silvery soprano, Sarah Coburn. A hometown favorite, Coburn brings her agile coloratura and riveting presence to the Tulsa Opera. Timothy Long, an Oklahoma native and Native American conductor, will accompany the voices with full orchestra. The program will include recognizable songs from opera, jazz, and musical theatre, as well as contemporary favorites from classic composers and songwriters. www.tulsaopera.com


  • When: Monday, Feb. 19, 7 p.m. Tickets may be purchased at the door beginning at 6 p.m., or online at Eventbrite.
  • Where: Union Public Schools Performing Arts Center, 6636 S. Mingo Rd.

The Tulsa Youth Symphony presents its Winter Concert on Monday, Feb. 19. The Concer Orchestra, conducted by Pete Peterson, will perform Beethoven’s finale of Symphony No. 3 “Eroica,” Schubert’s second movement of Symphony No. 8 “Unfinished,” and Gilère’s “Russian Sailor’s Dance.”

The Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ron Wheeler and Richard Wagner, will perform Schubert’s first movement of Symphony No. 8 “Unfinished,” Vaughan Williams’ “Two Hymn-Tune Preludes,” Saint Saëns’ “Danse Bacchanale” and a premier of “A Hero’s Journey” by local composer Geoff Logan. Learn more at www.tyso.org


  • When: Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2 and 6 p.m.
  • Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. 2nd St.

The hugely popular Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood LIVE!, based on the #1 PBS KIDS TV series, has delighted live audiences on stages across the country. Now, Daniel and all of his friends invite you for a brand-new adventure in Neighborhood of Make-Believe where Daniel learns just what it takes to be King. The beloved characters come alive on stage to captivate you with new songs to sing along to, magical moments, and SURPRISE guests along the way! It’s an event filled with tigertastic fun, teaching the valuable lessons of kindness, helping others, and being a friend. www.tulsapac.com

** Check out our Contests page for information on how to win tickets to see Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Live: King for a Day!**


  • When: Thursday, Feb. 22, 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Lorton Performance Center, 550 S. Gary Pl.

The annual Béla Rózsa Memorial Concert will feature compositions by the TU student winners of the 2017 Béla Rózsa Composition Competition with performances by the TU Symphony Orchestra, TU faculty and guest artists. calendar.utulsa.edu


  • When: Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 22-24, 8 p.m.; Sunday, Feb. 25, 2 p.m. 
  • Where: Kendall Hall, Chapman Theatre, 601 S. College Ave.

In "1984," George Orwell created a dystopian landscape to examine the consequences of a totalitarian government ruling Great Britain. In this adaptation, the people are in a perpetual state of war and under constant surveillance. The Party subtly controls all aspects of its citizens' lives, down to what they think, believe, and remember. In an atmosphere of lies and suppression, one man explores memory and love to find meaning and hope. Winston Smith and Julia risk their lives for love and freedom of expression. How does your past inform your future? In our current politically challenging and unsettling time, TU's multi-media production of "1984" brings this question into shockingly sharp focus. Directed by Laura Skoch. Admission is $15 for adults, $8 for senior citizens and area students, $6 for TU students, faculty and staff. Local high school students receive one free ticket with I.D. 

Edit Module