Are you a guest to Tulsa? Then we invite you to enjoy a show from the longest-lasting community theatre West of the Mississippi! While you’re here, take in all the sights, sounds and energy Downtown Tulsa has to offer… We’ll help!

Getting Here 

Getting here is a cinch. Most of Theatre Tulsa’s shows are performed right in the heart of Downtown at the historic Tulsa Performing Arts Center (110 E 2nd St., Tulsa, OK.). Take a look below.



Parking is available east of the PAC bordered by Detroit and Cincinnati Avenues and Second and Third Streets. There is also a parking lot directly south of the PAC and on the southeast corner of Third and Cincinnati. Note: Parking can be found all around, but will vary in price from lot to lot.


(Parking map courtesy of Tulsa

Make it a Night!

Why not make your trip to the theatre a night on the town? The historic Blue Dome District and Brady Arts District are both within walking distance, while many other restaurants are just a short drive away. So enjoy a delicious dinner before the show – and maybe a drink after.

Restaurants –

The New Atlas Grill – 415 S. Boston Ave.

Back Alley Blues & BBQ – 116 S. Elgin Ave.

Caz’s Chowhouse -18 E. Brady St.

The Chalkboard  – 1324 S. Main St.

El Guapo Cantina – 332 E. 1st St.

Hey Mambo – 114 N. Boston Ave.

Joe Momma’s – 112 S. Elgin Ave.

Juniper Restaurant & Martini Lounge – 324 E. 3rd St.

McNellie’s – 409 E. 4th St.

The Rusty Crane – 109 N. Detroit Ave.

S&J Seafood Cafe and Oyster Bar – 308 E. 1st St.

The Tavern on Brady – 201 N. Main St.

Yokozuna – 309 E. 2nd St.

Staying Overnight?

If you’re going to be in T-Town overnight, then enjoy a relaxing stay in one of Downtown’s spectacular hotels. While you have many terrific choices, we’re proud to recommend the following three –

Courtyard by Marriott

Hyatt Regency 

The Mayo Hotel