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WitJanuary 08 - January 18
Wit
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OKC Civic Center Music Hall
CitySpace Theatre
Presented by OKC Theatre Company 
January, 8th - 18th, 2015

In her extraordinary first play, Margaret Edson has created a work that is as intellectually challenging as it is emotionally immediate. Vivian Bearing, Ph.D., a renowned professor of English who has spent years teaching the brilliant and difficult metaphysical sonnets of John Donne, has been diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer. During the course of her illness, Vivian comes to reassess her life and her work with a profundity and humor that are transformative both for her and the audience. 

TartuffeFebruary 05 - February 15
Tartuffe
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OKC Civic Center Music Hall
CitySpace Theatre
Presented by OKC Theatre Company 
February, 5th - 15th, 2015

A clever and naughty comedy, TARTUFFE is this season’s World Classics selection; but this classic is not richly stuffed and dead on arrival. Re-envisioned in a modern setting with a central character that bears a closer resemblance to the televangelists of the 1980s, this timeless piece of world literature will have you gasping, blushing, and roaring with laughter.  

The MountaintopFebruary 06 - February 15
The Mountaintop
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OKC Civic Center Music Hall
The Freede Little Theatre
Presented by CityRep 
February 6th - 15th, 2015

Winner of the distinguished Olivier Award for Best New Play, The Mountaintop is a vivid and bold re-imagining of the last night in the historic life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Set in the now infamous Lorraine Motel, Dr. King has an unexpected visitor who challenges him to face his own humanity, as well as the fate of our country. Hailed as "daring, rousing and provocative" and "Soul Stirring",The Mountaintop is a spiritual march through the soul of a great man and the heart of a changing nation. Following its recent London and Broadway success, CityRep is proud to present the Oklahoma City Premiere of this provocative play.  

Corpus ChristiMarch 20 - April 04
Corpus Christi
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OKC Civic Center Music Hall
CitySpace Theatre
Presented by OKC Theatre Company 
March 20th - April 4th, 2015

The play begins: "We are going to tell you an old and familiar story." But from that point on, nothing feels quite familiar again. What follows is a story that parallels the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus. But McNally's Christ figure is a character named Joshua, a young man born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas. Different from the other boys because he is homosexual, Joshua grows up in isolation and torment. He flees Corpus Christi in search of a more accepting environment, gathering followers along the way who are bound to him by his message of love and tolerance.  

The Amish ProjectApril 10 - April 12
The Amish Project
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OKC Civic Center Music Hall
The Freede Little Theatre
Presented by CityRep 
April 10th-12th, 2015

The Amish Project is a fictional exploration of the Nickel Mines schoolhouse shooting in an Amish community, and the path of forgiveness and compassion forged in its wake.

"Extraordinary....compelling...the play is also a remarkable piece of writing. —New York Times
"The Amish Project is thought-provoking, compelling theatre..." —nytheatre.com  

Native American Play FestivalMay 07 - May 16
Native American Play Festival
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OKC Civic Center Music Hall
CitySpace Theatre
Presented by OKC Theatre Company 
May, 7th - 16th, 2015

A one-of-a-kind event in the region, our 6th annual Native American Play Festival features the world premiere production of the winning play from the 2014 Festival. The Festival culminates in the final two days of dramatic readings, Native singers and dancers, storytelling, food, and other cultural events. Drawing visitors to Oklahoma from all over the country, OKCTC’s Native American Play Festival is quickly becoming a must see. Don’t miss it this year! 

 
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