The 2013-14 Season
Here is an overview of Theatre Tulsa’s 2013-14 season. It’s our 91st season, and it’s better than ever. Order your season subscription today!
LEGALLY BLONDE: THE MUSICAL
Music and Lyrics by Nell Benjamin and Laurence O’Keefe
Based on the Book by Heather Hach
Sept. 20-29, 2013
Join us as we paint the town pink and launch our 91st season with the blockbuster that’s taken Broadway by storm! Enjoy a lighthearted good time as lovable ditz Elle Woods strives to woo back her boyfriend by earning a degree from Harvard Law. If you’ve only seen the movie, you don’t know Blonde! Like, totally
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
By Oscar Wilde
Nov. 8-17, 2013
Imagine Wilde’s comic masterpiece, set in a futuristic, neo-Victorian world! That’s the vision of guest director Clayton B. Hodges, Tulsa-born, NYU-trained, now a professional actor, director and writer of stage and screen. It’s all the laughs, all the wit, all the frantic farce, but with a style you’ll have to see to believe. Oscar Wilde’s magnum opus as it has never been presented before!
I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE
Book and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro, Music by Jimmy Roberts
Jan. 24-Feb. 2, 2014
Everything you’ve ever secretly thought about love, romance and relationships – but were afraid to say out loud. Told as a series of vignettes, this riotous musical follows the twists and turns of modern day relationships. As honest as it is hysterical, this is the perfect date night for couples who love to laugh!
Presented by Theatre Tulsa’s New Stage
By Bruce Norris
Feb. 21-Mar. 2, 2014
Theatre Tulsa’s New Stage was founded to showcase the most complex, challenging and groundbreaking work. Pulitzer Prize & Tony Award winner Clybourne Park carries on this new tradition. Both a prequel and sequel to A Raisin In The Sun, this poignant story covers the changing racial makeup of a Chicago neighborhood – and the heartbreaking conflicts that transpire. Bold, relentless storytelling that’s simply not to be missed. Mature audiences only
A FEW GOOD MEN
By Aaron Sorkin
Mar. 21-30, 2014
Before Jack and Tom, The West Wing and The Newsroom, Aaron Sorkin rocked the theatre world with A Few Good Men. Packed with electrifying characters, a blazing fast pace and a suspenseful plot that keeps you guessing, A Few Good Men still has the power to thrill, even if you’ve seen the movie. Can you handle the truth?
THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Music By Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
May 16-25, 2014
Iconic music, treasured characters and a timeless story. All come together in what may be the most beloved musical of all time. From “Do-Re-Mi” to “Climb Every Mountain,” all are here for you to share with your friends and loved ones. So whether you’re new to the story or know it by heart, experience Rodgers and Hammerstein’s immortal masterpiece as it was meant to be.