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Jesus Christ Superstar
Apr.3 - 20
OKC Theatre Company invites you to experience Easter in a completely different way. Their post-apocalyptic war wasteland setting and casting of local stars Renee Anderson (in the role of Judas) and Matthew Alvin Brown (in the role of Jesus), will give the audience cause to stand and cheer. Under the direction of Managing Director Deborah Draheim, the loosely-based Biblical account of Jesus' life follows the traditional Easter story, but the work's depiction offers a free interpretation of the psychology of Jesus and other characters. Contemporary attitudes and sensibilities pervade the lyrics and ironic allusions to modern life are scattered throughout with depictions of political events. Maybe you've seen Superstar before, but never quite like this!
Jesus Christ Superstar is recommended for adults and children 7+.get tickets
Robert Mills' Beauty and the Beast
Apr.18 - 19
Inspired by the original 1740 Barbot de Velleneuve story, Beauty and the Beast is a tale that has truly stood the test of time. Beauty and the Beast will amaze with a sumptuous new score from frequent Oklahoma City Ballet collaborator Kermit Poling. The Oklahoma City Philharmonic provides a live orchestra while dazzling sets, and elaborate, colorful costumes complete the scenery. Choreographed by Artistic Director Robert Mills, prepare to be emotionally swept away... without a dancing spoon in sight.get tickets
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.get tickets
Side by Side
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. get tickets