“Although our education program is only three years old our students have had great success.” says Education Director, Laura Dossett. This includes are very own Axyl Langford who exclaims, “I like the people I’m with because they’re motivating and helpful.”
The 39 Steps returns tonight – and we’re giving away a free Special Edition poster to the first 100 guests!
This poster was designed by local fine artist Colleen Stiles, and was inspired by the posters of longtime Hitchcock collaborator Saul Bass.
Don’t miss our fast-paced spoof of the Master of Suspense that the Tulsa World calls a “madcap ballet“.
We’ve got a big lineup for our 93rd season and we want you to be a part of it! With that, we’ve got quite a few auditions around the corner - Miss Saigon, Twelfth Night, and Cats.
But auditions are always a but intimidating, even if you done them a few times. So we’ve decided to help you out with that.
Need help selecting the perfect song? Tips on sprucing up your resume? Guidelines on delivering flawless Shakespeare? We’ve got you covered!
As part of our Master Class Saturday series we’re hosting an audition workshop that covers a little bit of everything – singing, dancing, monologues, etiquette, and we’ll even tell you how to make the perfect resume. The best part? This workshop will be hosted by members of the production teams of all three shows! So you’ll get the inside scoop on what the director’s are looking for.
This is your chance to learn how to make a great first impression and land your dream role!
The show opens tomorrow – order your tickets here.
Check out this quick interview with Jarrod Kopp and Chris Williams, the director and star of our fast-paced Hitchcock spoof The 39 Steps!
The show opens this Friday – order your tickets here.
Last weekend the Reader’s Theatre Club joined Spotlight Theatre to perform as part of Oklahoma’s longest running play, The Drunkard and the Olio! Congrats on a great performance!
Theatre Tulsa’s Readers Theatre Club, led by Susan Apker, is for dedicated seniors who have a passion for the great works of drama and literature. The group meets once a month to read aloud and discuss great works such as The Odyssey and Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables and more. Reader’s Theatre Club also performs readings of these works and more around the city of Tulsa!
If you are interested in joining, or want to learn more, click here.