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Next to Normal Auditions Postponed

Hey TT Friends, Next to Normal auditions have been postponed to Saturday, March 7 at 10:00 A.M. They will still be held at 308 S. Kenosha Ave! Hope to see you there!

Please stay warm and stay safe!

Only One Week Left to R.S.V.P for Broadway Bash!

manhattan-specialThis year’s Broadway Bash is guaranteed to be the best party of the year! Trust us.

There will be a Master Mixologist Competition, with bartenders from various Tulsa restaurants, who have created with four creative cocktails to try.

A sing-a-long cabaret featuring some of Tulsa’s finest and emceed by Mark Frie.

Plus we’ve got a silent auction that features items such as, a beer tasting for six at McNellies, multiple dinner and show packages, plus a stay at Chateau on the Lake Spa Resort in Branson!  And many other “gotta have it” items.

Additionally, we a hold a live auction that includes: a full dinner and wine tasting at Tallgrass for six; a trip to Kansas City which includes premium One Direction tickets; and a trip to New York City plus tickets and backstage passes to On the Twentieth Century, and you’ll get to meet a Broadway star after the show!

R.S.V.P now!!!


Win a Trip to New York City at Broadway Bash!

NYBroadway Bash is next week! And it is going to be one spectacular party.  This year we have added something new…a live auction for a trip to Broadway for two!

This exclusive package includes round-trip airfare to NYC, a two night stay in The Iroquois Hotel in midtown Manhattan,  two premium tickets to On the Twentieth  Century, and a backstage meet and greet and photo with a famous Broadway star.

This package is exclusive to Broadway Bash. For a chance to win or to find out more, R.S.V.P. now!


Introducing the Cast to “9 to 5″

TT2014_9to5_Posts_300x140Here it is! The cast list for our last main stage musical, 9 to 5! 

We bet Dolly Parton would be pleased!


Announcing the Winner of “Camelot” Talent Search!

CamelotCongratulations to Trace Burchart  and Darrien Scott for landing the role of “Tom of Warwick”!  Both Trace and Darrien are students of the Theatre Tulsa education program and we couldn’t be more proud of them!

To celebrate we’ve got a special discount for tickets to Camelot for all of our TT fans!

Experience CAMELOT’S “one brief shining moment” as Lerner and Loewe envisioned it in one of theatre’s most legendary musicals. Recount the time-honored legend of King Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot, and the Knights of the Round Table in an enchanting fable of chivalry, majesty, and brotherhood in this four-time Tony Award winning show. Intimate and fresh, never has this story of passion, pageantry and betrayal been more captivating.  It’s coming to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center March 3rd – 8th for 8 performances only. Brought to you by Celebrity Attractions!

Support Darrien and Trace by coming out to the show! For discounted tickets click here.

Director’s Blog: “Isn’t That What It’s All About?”

"Chicago" closed its blockbuster run with multiple sell-outs and a packed houses every night!

“Chicago” closed its blockbuster run with multiple sell-outs and  packed houses every night!

What a ride! I feel so blessed to have had this experience! It’s been a dream of mine to direct this show, and I am fortunate to have done so with 40 fantastic Tulsa theatre artists. Many thanks to Sara Phoenix, artistic director of Theatre Tulsa, for giving me the opportunity.

Pulling off a production of this size is no joke! I have a newfound respect for the big tours moving shows in and out of theatres across the country each week. It’s hard to fully understand the degree of difficulty in pulling off a show of this magnitude, and I am so proud of the cast and crew for making it appear so effortless. They worked very hard and didn’t give up when the going got tough (broken fingers and bruised ribs, changing choreography for “We Both Reached for the Gun”, and the insanity of tech week – microphones, projectors, quick changes, oh my!). I don’t know that we can appreciate the enormity of our achievement just yet. But we will – as the show gets filed away in the memory bank, when we’re no longer meeting for rehearsals 5 times a week, we’ll begin to miss it and realize just how special the experience has been.
We made great theatre, we forged new friendships, we had fun, we learned – and isn’t that what it’s all about? I was reminded to let go of perfection, embrace the moment and each person’s unique talents, rise to the challenge, and to be confident. I am grateful to each and every one of my cast and crew for taking the journey with me – I’d do it again with all of you any day! And thank you to all the Tulsans (and beyond!) who came out and supported us!