Monthly Archives: February 2013
Theatre Tulsa’s audition for “Boeing Boeing” will be held Sunday, March 3, at 2 pm at the Theatre Tulsa offices at 412 N. Boston. Roles are available for two men and four women. Auditions will consist of cold-readings from the script.
Rehearsals begin March 11th and the show plays May 10th-18th in the Liddy Doenges Theatre at The Tulsa PAC.
Theatre’s Tulsa production of “Boeing Boeing” will be directed by Vern Stefanic.
Set in carefree 1960’s Paris, this a fast-paced romp tells the story of decadent ladies man Bernard and his French, German and American girlfriends, each a beautiful airline hostess with frequent “layovers.” Life is sweet as he keeps “one up, one down and one pending” – until unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Paris at once.
- Bernard – a Paris-based architect and lothario
- Bertha – Bernard’s Housekeeper
- Robert – Bernard’s old schoolchum
- Gabriella – the Italian fiancée
- Gloria – the American fiancée
- Gretchen – the German fiancée
Tonight is the opening night of “PLAYLIST,” a very special original production created by Theatre Tulsa and the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa.
The show, an original one-act play written and performed by local teens, will premiere at The Vinyl Countdown, 318 E. 11th St.
- Thursday, Feb. 14, at 6 p.m.
- Saturday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m.
Both performances are free and open to the public.
Support our future artists! Come see the show this weekend!
Something really special is happening this week in Tulsa. And your support and presence would make it even better! Theatre Tulsa is SUPER exited to present a truly unique theatrical opportunity for Tulsa, in partnership with The Tulsa Arts and Humanities Council.
Tulsa youth playwrights and poets have created an amazing performance piece called “PLAYLIST” under the direction of guest artist and award-winning playwright Idris Goodwin. The show is being presented at Vinyl Countdown this week on Thursday, Feb. 14th, at 4:30pm and Saturday, Feb. 16th at 7:00pm.
“PLAYLIST” is a beautifully written collection of poems, scenes and monologues created by our very own Tulsa youth writers. The theme of the performance is music (hence the name) and you will see humor, drama, love stories, poignancy and peotry that will leave you in awe of these young writers.
The New Drama League was developed out of the Louder Than a Bomb program in Tulsa and TT is thrilled to be a part of “PLAYLIST.” Director Idris Goodwin has a specific interest in blending spoken word performance and traditional theatre conventions, his goal for this performance is to meld the two into a unique aesthetic experience. And it certainly is!
Come see what we’re up to and support Tulsa youth artists and writers! It’s free and the show runs about 45 minutes. What do you have to lose?
Theatre Tulsa and the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa have teamed up on a production of “PLAYLIST,” an original one-act play written and performed by local teens, which will run for one weekend only.
The production will premiere at The Vinyl Countdown on Thursday, Feb. 14, at 4:30 p.m., and on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. Both performances will be free and open to the public.
“PLAYLIST” is the first project created by Theatre Tulsa’s and the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa’s New Drama League, an arts program designed to develop a new generation of Tulsa’s theatrical talent through extensive mentorship and professional development.
Award-winning Chicago poet and writer Idris Goodwin is helping to launch, develop and direct the innovative program. Goodwin has been mentoring the writers as well as directing the production.
Come see the show this weekend and support our future writers and actors! The Vinyl Countdown is in downtown Tulsa at 318 E 11th St.
Things are movin’ along over here at TT! We have just started week 3 of Oliver! rehearsals and it’s a little hectic as we all settle into the process, learn how everyone works and get comfortable with the material. It is A LOT of material. I didn’t realize how much of this show is music! Dialogue is only about 30% and the rest is this fabulous, inspiring score by Lionel Bart.
My favorite song changes from day to day. The other night in rehearsal, we were working the harmonies on “Who Will Buy” and I had chills. The actors sound so beautiful together! So, I quickly announced THAT was my new favorite song. But, today, I’m thinking it’s a “That’s Your Funeral” kind of day. It’s my new saying, as if to say “That’s Your Problem.” You want more money and you don’t have it? “That’s Your Funeral.” You ran out of gas because you forgot to refuel? “That’s Your Funeral.” You want fried chicken and you don’t have any? “That’s Your Funeral.”
So, I will continue to enjoy being swept away by different songs that speak to me on any particular day. This amazing cast makes it easy. They are all SO phenomenal! It’s going to be a great show, just by the pure talent on the stage. I surely expect that they will light up the Doenges Theatre in March! Don’t miss it! And if you do? Well, you know what they say…