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Neil Sedaka
Apr.25 - 26
 One of the world's most talented and popular entertainers. For over fifty years, Neil has written, performed, produced, and inspired countless songs, and his canon of compositions will continue to stand the test of time.
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Fiesta!
Apr.27
A colorful concert that features happy music of celebration from around the world. Stomp, dance, and sing along to festive music from all occasions.
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Side by Side
Apr.30
 The Oklahoma City Philharmonic, together with the Oklahoma Youth Orchestra (OYO), present "SIDE BY SIDE". Developed as an educational concert, the annual SIDE BY SIDE has become known by audiences simply as an extraordinary performance with a huge orchestra of the city's most dedicated musicians of all ages. 

In rehearsal, Maestro Levine and the musicians of the Philharmonic mentor and coach the members of the OYO who are selected to perform. These efforts result in one of the moving performances of the season. 

Respighi's THE PINES OF ROME is the featured work. 

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Native American Play Festival featuring
May.8 - 18
A one-of-a-kind cultural event in the region, the ever-evolving Native American Play Festival will be produced for a fifth time by OKC Theatre Company. Each year the Festival reflects our Oklahoma pride and desire to highlight the rich tradition of storytelling in the Native American culture by celebrating it through the art of theatre. The Festival will feature Manahatta by Kathryn Nagle, staged readings of 2014 finalists, cultural events, food, Native singers, and panel discussions with playwrights. In previous years, OKC Theatre Company has proudly welcomed Festival participants from over 25 various tribal nations.

Manahatta follows the story of a modern day Lenape woman who returns to her ancestral land to work on Wall Street. Once there, she must reconcile all that her people have lost with what she now attempts to gain. Manahatta simultaneously tells the story of the Lenape Indians who lived on the island on Manahatta in the 1600's, when Peter Minuit and the Dutch claim to have purchased the island for $24, and explores how the concepts of indigenous identity, ownership, and the entire system of American capitalism have made us who we are today.

Manahatta is recommended for adults and children 14+ due to adult language.
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