Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Review
RACE DANCE CO'S
HE SAID/SHE SAID
WELL WORTH SEEING

By Nancy Condit


"He Said/She Said," performed by Race Dance Company and the Men of Race, was
an enjoyable dance discussion between between the sexes last weekend at Oklahoma
Contemporary. RACE is Oklahoma's only jazz, hip hop, and contemporary in
Oklahoma.

The nine men used old school, contemporary hip hop and acrobatics to present their 
points of view. Choreographer 
Jeremiah Walton's "Big Poppa," music by Notorious B.I.G/BIG Poppa, stood out with
the men's lithe very funny come hither moves in the dance. The six women performed
with jazz, hip-hop, contemporary and lyrical moves. Choreographer and executive 
director Hui Cha Poos' "Easy" was a dance by four women with great energy, starting
from the stage floor and leaping into the air and across each other adding a touch of acrobatics.

The two short films of dances - "Affliction," concept and choreography by Cristen Whitaker,
and "dis[Ability]," concept and choreography by Gina Marie Foxhoven, added depth
to the program.
 
RACE will begin its 10th year August 27 with AUDITIONS for RACE DANCE COMPANY
at 1 p.m., for MEN OF RACE AT 3 p.m., and JR/TEEN RACE AT 5 p.m. at the University
of Central Oklahoma, 100 N. University Drive, Edmond, OK, 73034. The registration fee
is $30. Please check Race Dance Company website or call 405-410-4978.
  

Friday, August 11, 2017


RACE DANCE COMPANY
 LAST PERFORMANCE HE SAID/SHE SAID
SATURDAY, AUG. 12 AT 7:30 p.m. 




RACE Dance Company and Men of RACE come together for an evening of dance and entertainment
at Oklahoma Contemporary at 7:30 p.m. Aug 11 & 12. The two companies will showcase multiple genres and choreographic styles of dance and video to display each choreographer's creative expression. Rather than focusing on our conflicting views, the company wanted to give voice to perspective. Let RACE and Men of RACE to take you on a journey into a deeper understanding of the human condition in He Said/She Said.

He Said/She Said Tickets Here  Tickets are $20. This will also take you Race Dance Company's
website for more information.
OKCMOA PRESENTS
FILMS "SUMMER OF
LYNCH" AUG. 10 TO 17


A series celebrating the work of David Lynch will screen Aug. 10-17
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art (OKCMOA) hosts a film series called "Summer of Lynch" screening Aug. 10 to 17. This series presents a new documentary about David Lynch's artistic process alongside a curated six-film retrospective of newly restored and rarely screened films directed by Lynch, including a 35mm print of "Inland Empire" provided personally by the director himself.

"From his early short films through his recent feature film and television work, David Lynch has developed a specifically American, surrealist aesthetic that is both utterly distinctive and incredibly influential," said Dr. Michael J. Anderson, director of curatorial affairs. "For 'Summer of Lynch,' we've selected a stylistically diverse group of films that demonstrate the full scope of the director's artistic evolution."

"The 2017 revival of the cult television series 'Twin Peaks' has led to a surge of critical and popular interest in Lynch's work, as well as a number of exciting restoration projects and long-awaited theatrical rereleases," Anderson added. "In order to remain true to Lynch's original aesthetic vision, all the films in our retrospective will be screening in new high-definition restorations or on 35mm."

Tickets are now on sale and are $5 for OKCMOA members, $9 for adults and $7 for seniors (62+) and college students with IDs.  

"Summer of Lynch" will open on Thursday, Aug. 10 with "David Lynch: The Art Life," an illuminating new documentary that moves between candid footage of the director at work in his Hollywood Hills studio and beautifully illustrated stories from his childhood, adolescence and early film career.

Bridging the gap between Lynch's early work as a painter and his filmmaking career, "Summer of Lynch" will feature a newly restored, hour-long program of the director's unsettling, darkly comic experimental short films. Presented in pristine 4K, Lynch's first feature, "Eraserhead," is a dark domestic fable that boasts richly tactile black and white cinematography and the evocative sound design that has become one of the director's signatures.

The series will include a stunning new 25th anniversary restoration of the haunting "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with me" and the 30th anniversary rerelease of Lynch's critical breakthrough, "Blue Velvet." One of the darkest portraits of Middle America ever to grace the silver screen, "Blue Velvet" is an off-kilter neo-noir that provides a lurid glimpse at what lies beyond the white-picket fence. "Fire Walk With Me" is a must-see for fans of both the original "Twin Peaks" series and the 2017 revival as it chronicles the tragic last days of enigmatic, murdered high-school student Laura Palmer.

"Summer of Lynch" will also showcase two recent films that offer thematically consistent but formally distinct explorations of the contemporary film industry's dark unconscious. Presented in a new 4K restoration, Lynch's Hollywood-set magnum opus "Mulholland Dr." was named the best film of the 21st century in a 2016 BBC poll. Lynch's most recent, and likely final feature film, "Inland Empire," presents a fearlessly experimental chronicle of an actress's increasingly nightmarish break with reality. Largely absent from theaters since its 2006 release, "Inland Empire" will be screened on a 35mm print personally provided by Lynch.

For more information on the "Summer of Lynch" series and more upcoming Museum Films events, visit: http://www.okcmoa.com/films/
RACE DANCE COMPANY
PRESENTS HE SAID/SHE SAID
AUG 11& 12 AT 7:30 p.m. 




RACE Dance Company and Men of RACE come together for an evening of dance and entertainment
at Oklahoma Contemporary at 7:30 p.m. Aug 11 & 12. The two companies will showcase multiple genres and choreographic styles of dance and video to display each choreographer's creative expression. Rather than focusing on our conflicting views, the company wanted to give voice to perspective. Let RACE and Men of RACE to take you on a journey into a deeper understanding of the human condition in He Said/She Said.

He Said/She Said Tickets Here  Tickets are $20. This will also take you Race Dance Company's
website for more information.

EVENTS IN DOWNTOWN
OKC, Courtesy of Downtown
OKC 

For more events go to Downtown OKC's
    website's newsletter
CAT VIDEO FESTIVAL
AUGUST 12, 7:30PM - 10:30PM
MYRIAD BOTANICAL GARDENS, 301 W RENO


The Cat Video Festival is back by popular demand. It is a raucous, 75-minute romp through the Internet’s finest cat video offerings and the shared hilarity with thousands of cat lovers is not to be missed.
Film starts at 9 p.m. but put on your whiskers and cat ears and enjoy pre-screening festivities complete with food trucks, live music with Jenkins Valley at 7:30-8:30 p.m., drinks and more. Get your whiskers painted by Kaleidoscope Arts. Oklahoma City Animal Welfare will be out with adoptable cats
For more information, visit myriadgardens.org
SUMMER SONGWRITER SERIES
AUGUST 15, 6PM - 8PM
SANDRIDGE COMMONS, 123 ROBERT S KERR 


Listen to Ryan Lindsey, Travis Linville and Penny P at the next Summer Songwriter Series on Tuesday, August 15. Crowe & Dunlevy’s Summer Songwriter Series is free to the public and takes place every third Tuesday through October. Guests are invited to bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy refreshments from local food trucks as well as The Big Friendly Craft Beer Bus.

For more information, visit their Facebook event
FILM SCREENING: THE COOL SCHOOL
AUGUST 17, 6:30PM - 8:30PM
IAO GALLERY, 706 W SHERIDAN


Join Artspace at Untitled on Thursday, August 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the IAO Gallery in Film Row for a film screening & discussion of The Cool School, a film by Morgan Neville. This Café Society Film Screening is presented in conjunction with the Unquenchable Search exhibition at Artspace at Untitled, which features a group of Oklahoma City artists that have been prolific in the local art community for several decades. The discussion will be led by exhibiting artist David Crismon. This event is free & open to the public.

For more information and to RSVP, visit the Facebook event
POP! CHAMPAGNE & SPIRIT TASTING
AUGUST 18, 6:30PM - 9PM
MERCEDES-BENZ OF OKC, 1225 N BROADWAY


St. Anthony Foundation's POP! Champagne & Spirit Tasting is back on Friday, August 18 at Mercedes-Benz of Oklahoma City from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in partnership with Byron's Liquor Warehouse. Benefiting St. Anthony Hospital, this one-of-a-kind event features small bites, live music, a raffle and a vast array of Champagnes and sparkling wines to sip and sample. The popular spirit tasting will be back and will offer samples of whiskey, scotch and cognacs.

Tickets are $100. All guests will feel like a VIP with access to a limited number of premium Champagne tastings. Reservations are required and guests must be at least 21 years of age.

For more information, visit givetosaints.com/POP.
FIREFLY CONCERT SERIES
AUGUST 18, 7PM - 10:30PM
ROOFTOP PATIO, 1015 N BROADWAY AVE.


Revolve Productions is bringing live music to Automobile Alley next Friday for their FIREFLY Rooftop Concert Series. The concert takes place on the patio rooftop of the building at 1015 N Broadway in Automobile Alley. Each concert in the series features three musicians. Next Friday you'll hear music from Shelly Phelps. Vibro Kings, Fiawna Forte. Coffee Slingers will be selling cold pressed coffee, Italian soda, and water. Insomnia Cookies will also be handing out free cookies. ​Tickets are only $5.

To purchase tickets or for more information, visit eventbrite.com.



CAT VIDEO FESTIVAL
AUGUST 12, 7:30PM - 10:30PM
MYRIAD BOTANICAL GARDENS, 301 W RENO


The Cat Video Festival is back by popular demand. It is a raucous, 75-minute romp through the Internet’s finest cat video offerings and the shared hilarity with thousands of cat lovers is not to be missed.
Film starts at 9 p.m. but put on your whiskers and cat ears and enjoy pre-screening festivities complete with food trucks, live music with Jenkins Valley at 7:30-8:30 p.m., drinks and more. Get your whiskers painted by Kaleidoscope Arts. Oklahoma City Animal Welfare will be out with adoptable cats
For more information, visit myriadgardens.org
SUMMER SONGWRITER SERIES
AUGUST 15, 6PM - 8PM
SANDRIDGE COMMONS, 123 ROBERT S KERR 


Listen to Ryan Lindsey, Travis Linville and Penny P at the next Summer Songwriter Series on Tuesday, August 15. Crowe & Dunlevy’s Summer Songwriter Series is free to the public and takes place every third Tuesday through October. Guests are invited to bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy refreshments from local food trucks as well as The Big Friendly Craft Beer Bus.

For more information, visit their Facebook event
FILM SCREENING: THE COOL SCHOOL
AUGUST 17, 6:30PM - 8:30PM
IAO GALLERY, 706 W SHERIDAN


Join Artspace at Untitled on Thursday, August 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the IAO Gallery in Film Row for a film screening & discussion of The Cool School, a film by Morgan Neville. This Café Society Film Screening is presented in conjunction with the Unquenchable Search exhibition at Artspace at Untitled, which features a group of Oklahoma City artists that have been prolific in the local art community for several decades. The discussion will be led by exhibiting artist David Crismon. This event is free & open to the public.

For more information and to RSVP, visit the Facebook event
POP! CHAMPAGNE & SPIRIT TASTING
AUGUST 18, 6:30PM - 9PM
MERCEDES-BENZ OF OKC, 1225 N BROADWAY


St. Anthony Foundation's POP! Champagne & Spirit Tasting is back on Friday, August 18 at Mercedes-Benz of Oklahoma City from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in partnership with Byron's Liquor Warehouse. Benefiting St. Anthony Hospital, this one-of-a-kind event features small bites, live music, a raffle and a vast array of Champagnes and sparkling wines to sip and sample. The popular spirit tasting will be back and will offer samples of whiskey, scotch and cognacs.

Tickets are $100. All guests will feel like a VIP with access to a limited number of premium Champagne tastings. Reservations are required and guests must be at least 21 years of age.

For more information, visit givetosaints.com/POP.
FIREFLY CONCERT SERIES
AUGUST 18, 7PM - 10:30PM
ROOFTOP PATIO, 1015 N BROADWAY AVE.


Revolve Productions is bringing live music to Automobile Alley next Friday for their FIREFLY Rooftop Concert Series. The concert takes place on the patio rooftop of the building at 1015 N Broadway in Automobile Alley. Each concert in the series features three musicians. Next Friday you'll hear music from Shelly Phelps. Vibro Kings, Fiawna Forte. Coffee Slingers will be selling cold pressed coffee, Italian soda, and water. Insomnia Cookies will also be handing out free cookies. ​Tickets are only $5.

To purchase tickets or for more information, visit eventbrite.com.

TWILIGHT CONCERTS
CONTINUE SUNDAY



The 2017 Sunday Twilight Concert Series, presented by The Chickasaw Nation, continues with pop rock Latino music by Tequila Azul. Join us from 7:30-9PM at Myriad Gardens for their amazing performance! 

Bring a blanket, picnic, and the whole family! Please, no smoking and no pets, except trained service animals. Hope to see you there!

Tequila Azul

In January of 2014, a group of friends came together to have a jam session. After a night of hanging out, the group decided to form a Latin Pop Rock group called Tequila Azul, forming the 1st Latin Pop Rock group in Oklahoma! They perform across Oklahoma and surrounding states at different events such as cultural festivals, Arts Council events, Clubs, Private Parties, Business events, etc. Tequila Azul gets the crowd dancing no matter where they play!

Forming the foundation of Tequila Azul is Aaron Squiirrel - guitar, Armando Rivera - Congas, Charlie Quintero - Cogas, Edgar Salazar - bass, Ivan Castillo - vocals and guitar, Lee Hernan - voice, Paulo Valles - drums, and Ricardo Sasaki - keyboards. Through their musical diversity and energy, Tequila Azul entertains any audience for a wide-variety of events covering songs from artists such as Juanes, Mana, Shakira, Thalia, etc. For an exciting and fun filled performance, enjoy the sounds of Tequila Azul!
Courtesy of Arts Council of Oklahoma City

Thursday, August 10, 2017

RACE DANCE COMPANY
PRESENTS HE SAID/SHE SAID
AUG 11& 12 




RACE Dance Company and Men of RACE come together for an evening of dance and entertainment
at Oklahoma Contemporary at 7:30 p.m. Aug 11 & 12. The two companies will showcase multiple genres and choreographic styles of dance and video to display each choreographer's creative expression. Rather than focusing on our conflicting views, the company wanted to give voice to perspective. Let RACE and Men of RACE to take you on a journey into a deeper understanding of the human condition in He Said/She Said.

He Said/She Said Tickets Here  Tickets are $20.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

PERPETUAL MOTION DANCE
JUNIOR AND TEEN AUDITIONS
AUGUST 9

Perpetual Motion Dance 

Perpetual Motion Dance is looking for creative, hard working dancers ages 13 and up, to be a part of our PM2 Junior and Teen Company for the 2017-2018 season.  Selected PM2 Company Members will have the opportunity to study modern and aerial dance through weekly classes and rehearsals with Perpetual Motion Company members, and will also be a part of several performance opportunities throughout the year.

Open auditions for PM2 will be held August 9, 2017, at:

Jené Academy of Dance
4824 N MacArthur Blvd.
Warr Acres, Oklahoma 73122

5:30pm - Registration
6:00-7:30 Aerial Class 
(Previous aerial experience is not required)  
7:30-9:00 Modern Class

Rehearsal times will be decided based on the availability of the new chosen company members.

For additional information about Perpetual Motion Dance or PM2 Junior and Teen Company, please visit our website, www.perpetualmotiondance.org

For additional inquiries specifically regarding auditions, 
please email me at perpetualpm2@gmail.com

Sincerely,

Amy Nevius
PM2 Junior & Teen
Company Director
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Friday, August 4, 2017

MISS BROWN TO YOU
SCHEDULE

We have some new venues to introduce you to this month! But first, our comfortable old stand-by, the Full Circle Book Store.  Saturday, August 5th, 7:30 - 9:30.  Besides the music, there's treats and beverages available.
Tuesday, August 8th: Our first (but hopefully not last) appearance at Tuesday Tunes at Lou’s Rocky Road Tavern, 118 S 2nd Street, Okemah. This event lasts from 7:00 - 10:00, and the whole night is a kind of a shindig with several local lights playing, and our set is approximately 8:00 - 9:00.  I'm really excited about the possibilities of a regular event like this to support local music in Woody Guthrie's Home Town!

Sunday, August 13th: our first appearance the Norman's Red Brick Bar, at the Okie Lady Showcase, hosted by Susan Herndon!  Note: this venue is a smoking venue.  113 E Main Street, Norman. 

Friday, August 18th: we'll be at our Stillwater hang-out, Zannotti’s Wine Bar, from 8:00 - 11:00. That's at 113 E 7th Avenue, Stillwater.

Wednesday, August 23rd: our first appearance at Lunch and Listen at the Norman Public Library West, 300 Norman Center Court, over there west of I-35, south of Main Street - the old Border's Books.  Noon to 1:00.

Saturday, September 2nd: back to Square One at the Full Circle Book Store.

We hope you'll join us for music and good times!

Love,
Mary


Check our website anytime! MissBrowntoYou.com

Friday, July 28, 2017


PHILBROOK MUSEUM
OFFERS FREE MEMBERSHIP
TO ALL OKLA. K- 12 TEACHERS

Philbrook Steps Up: Over 1000 teachers respond to free-membership initiative

Following last November’s election—and the defeat of a state question that would have legislated a much-needed raise—Philbrook Museum of Art stood up for Oklahoma public school teachers by offering free, annual museum memberships. To date, 1046 teachers have taken advantage of the program, from 80 public-school districts spread across the state, with more than 10 percent coming from outside the Tulsa Metro area.

“This small effort for teachers perfectly aligns with our commitment to lifelong learning, community engagement, and providing access to all,” said Philbrook Director Scott Stulen.

“Learning and Creativity” ranks No. 1 on the Philbrook vision statement: “We regard learning, creativity, and the investigation of ideas as a vital, life-long pursuit. We advocate inquiry, debate, participation, and experimentation in all our activities, programs, and practices.”

The non-partisan, non-profit Oklahoma Policy Institute reported last September that, of the 50 United States, Oklahoma’s 2015-2016 average classroom teacher salary ranked 48th, ahead of only South Dakota and Mississippi. Average salaries decreased from the previous year, the institute reported, by more than $7,500, after accounting for inflation.

In a survey conducted in the weeks following program launch, teachers were allowed to comment anonymously on the impact the offer was having on their classrooms, and their lives. “Grateful,” one wrote, saying the free membership was an act to both “support the arts and connect my students to artistic experiences.” “Thankful,” wrote another, saying that, for she and her husband, both teachers, “It would otherwise be a ‘luxury’ not in our family budget.”

“Thank you so much for celebrating teachers,” wrote another

“I am not a public-school teacher, but anything that benefits my community benefits me.”
–Sarah, Facebook comment
About Philbrook
Rooted in the beauty and architecture of an historic home gifted by the Phillips family in 1938, Philbrook Museum of Art has grown to become one of the preeminent art museums across the central United States. Highlights of the Museum’s permanent collection include Renaissance and Baroque paintings from the Kress Foundation, one of the greatest surveys of Native American art anywhere, American and Southwestern art, photography, and growing modern and contemporary collections. The Philbrook main campus spans 25 acres of grounds and formal gardens, and features an historic home, as well as a modern museum complex. The satellite location in downtown Tulsa showcases the Philbrook modern, contemporary, and Native American art collections, as well as the Eugene B. Adkins Collection and Study Center of Native American art.

Philbrook Museum of Art is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, and 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday, Philbrook Downtown, 116 E. M.B. Brady St., is open 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, and noon-5 p.m. Sunday. Museum admission runs $9 for adults, $7 for seniors and university students; Philbrook members and youth 17 and younger are always free.
Perpetual Motion Presents
OKLAHOMA CONTEMPORARY
DANCE FESTIVAL






The 11th Oklahoma Contemporary Dance Festival is a grant funded program, hosted by Perpetual Motion Dance, which allows dancers 13 & up throughout the midwest region to study with professional choreographers throughout the month of July, culminating in a performance of 12 uniquely constructed pieces including modern and aerial work.

Performances are at 7:30 pm July 28 & 29, and at 2:00 pm July 29 at U.S. Grant High School. Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for students/seniors. Funded by the Oklahoma Arts Council, Art Works, and Kirkpatrick Family Fund.

Courtesy of Perpetual Motion Dance

Thursday, July 27, 2017

MICHELLE MOELLER
NEW CHAIR OF 
UCO DEPARTMENT OF
                 DANCE



Courtesy of Facebook

Friday, July 21, 2017

MISS BROWN TO YOU
SPEAKS FOR THE 
SISTERS OF SWING


  It is with deep regret that I must inform all of our friends and faithful fans that The Sisters of Swing have come to an end.

Facing, to be frank, old age, compromised limbs and limited resources, and needing to focus my time and energy on more lucrative musical projects, I have to abandon this labor of love that I undertook in 1985, left in 1989, and rejoined in 1999.  

For the amazing support of all our regular fans, for all the folks that I run into on the street who heard us Umpteen Years Ago and Still Remember, I am eternally grateful, and I know that Mary, Chris, Joni, Roz, Elyse & Paula appreciate you as well.

For all of you who told me year after year that The Christmas Show made Christmas meaningful for you: yes, me too.  It was, in a word, amazing, not really because of us, but because of all of you.  

Oh, my girls.  The laughter, much, much more laughter than tears.  Love you forever.  

Here’s about as good as it got.  Enjoy.

'So don't let them begin...'

Love,
Mary


SUNDAY TWILIGHT
CONCERT SERIES
"ON A WHIM"


The Sunday Twilight Concert Series, Presented by the Chickasaw Nation, Continues with On a Whim!

The 2017 Sunday Twilight Concert Series, presented by The Chickasaw Nation, continues with variety covers by On a Whim. Join us from 7:30-9PM at Myriad Gardens for their amazing performance! 

Bring a blanket, picnic, and the whole family! Please, no smoking and no pets, except trained service animals. Hope to see you there!

On a Whim

On A Whim is a band was founded in 2015 when a group of local musicians came together "on a whim". The band is made up of six core members and have performed all over the United States. Collectively, they have performed with artists such as Teena Marie, Bill Summers, The Neville Brothers, Anthony David, Tamela Mann, Keri Hilson and many more.

On A Whim is like no other band in OKC, performing an array of music, from old standards, to Pop, R&B, Jazz, Rock (maybe even a little Country). They can do it all, because they are phenomenal!!! Each performance is memorable, lively and enjoyed by all.




DOWNTOWN OKC
FREE OUTDOOR
MOVIES CONTINUE




MOVIE NIGHT AT THE BRICKTOWN BEACH
JULY 21, 9PM
BRICKTOWN BEACH, 2 S MICKEY MANTLE DR


This Friday, bring your family downtown for Movie Night at the Bricktown Beach! Downtown OKC will be hosting an outdoor movie night on July 21 featuring the 90s baseball classic, Angels in the Outfield. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the show. The movie will begin promptly at 9:00 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, visit downtownokc.com/bricktown-beach/  

SONIC SUMMER MOVIE NIGHT
WEDNESDAY JULY 19 & 26, 8PM
MYRIAD BOTANICAL GARDENS, 301 W RENO


Only two more chances to experience the SONIC Summer Movie Night at the Myriad Gardens. Bring your blankets, family and friends tonight to see Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom at 8 p.m. Next Wednesday, they will be show 42 The Jackie Robinson Story. Come early to get a great seat. Bring a picnic or enjoy food from the line-up of food trucks.

For more information, visit myriadgardens.org 

CHOREGUS OFFERS
5 DANCE COS. JULY 28 - 
AUG. 4 INCLU 
PAUL TAYLOR





Five performances. Five opportunities to see the world's coolest dance:
2nd Summer Heat International Dance Festival
July 28 - August 6, 2017

(click each performance below for more information)
Tulsa again becomes the regional focus of contemporary dance the summer of 2017 with the second annual Summer Heat International Dance Festival. The Festival opens with a Gala Performance featuring guest artists from leading companies from the United States, Canada, and Europe followed by performances by the internationally acclaimed Ballet du Grand Théâtre de Genève (2 exciting programs), The Paul Taylor Dance Company, and Brian Brooks Moving Company. The Festival will include a Summer Intensive taught by Brian Brooks, master classes for advanced dancers and additional outreach activities, providing memorable dance experiences for everyone.
Tickets Tickets available now at the Choregus Box Office: 918-688-6112, or at myticketoffice.com.

Purchase a Year Membership and get 33% off your ticket prices!
To download more information about our Membership program benefits, click here.
Choregus is an IRS 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent provided by the law. Our mission is to present outstanding performing arts that would otherwise not appear on Tulsa stages and to engage the community with the visiting artists.