Jewel Box Theatre presents a wonderful and amusing comedy “Wedding Belles” a play guaranteed to put a twinkle in the eye. The play is co-written by Alan Bailey and Ronnie Claire Edwards and premiered in 2008 to high acclaim. The action takes place in the garden of Laura Lee Mcinerny, a prominent citizen of Eufala Springs, Texas in 1942. Laura… Continue reading
The fire in Guthrie that destroyed the Double Stop Fiddle Shop and Furrows Flowers was a major tragedy, but the music of Byron Berline and companion musicians of the Byron Berline Band is forever joyous. Performances scheduled Saturday, March 9, 2019 and Saturday, March 23, 2019 will continue as usual. The location is Community Church of Guthrie, located at 512 E. Seward Road. The time is 7:30 and the Community Church is located just off the interstate. Visit www.doublestop.com to stay updated as the Double Stop Fiddle Stop moves forward in good time!
One of Robert Louis Stevenson’s most popular novellas “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” was first published in 1883. The story concerns an idealistic doctor, Henry Jekyll, who becomes fascinated with the idea of conquering the evil in man. He experiments upon himself, developing a formula that will isolate his own evil into a persona distinct from himself. This creates two personalities within… Continue reading
“Almost Maine” is a delightful show about the lives and loves of folks living in a town that never quite became a township, hence, Almost, ME. The play, written by John Cariani, tells the story of lovers, those who seek, those who find and those who lose at the game of love. “Almost Maine” deals with romantic love, but also the love between good friends. The play consists of eight separate scenes featuring different characters. There is also a three-part series of… Continue reading
Kathryn McGill directs “Twelfth Night” with perfection. Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park opens their 35th Season with a splendid production of one of Shakespeare’s most amusing comedies. “Twelfth Night” or ‘What You Will’ is one of Shakespeare’s most complicated romantic comedies utilizing one of his favorite devices: mistaken identity. Shakespeare was fascinated with twins, and he uses a pair of twins in “Twelfth Night” as well as the upcoming “The Comedy of Errors” also showing this season.
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The University of Central Oklahoma and Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre have been collaborating for a decade providing excellent theatrical productions, and Hair is at the pinnacle of great musical theatre. Of course, fifty years ago, Hair was a departure from traditional musical theatre, and the success of the musical was a surprise to writers Gerome Ragni and James Rado. Alongside Greg MacDermott (music), Hair became an overnight sensation. Half a century has passed and Hair remains as sensational as ever.
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“The Wolves” by Sarah DeLappe is a directorial success at Oklahoma City University. Courtney DiBello cast ten extremely talented students and 3 ‘swing’ members in this interesting work. The award winning play is written for an ensemble group of young actresses as they warm up for their weekly soccer game. The two act-play brings the modern approach of telling several intertwining stories rather than concentrating on one single drama and, perhaps, a subplot or two. DeLappe is a young playwright creating typical teens… Continue reading
Jewel Box Theatre kicks off the New Year with “Barefoot in the Park” one of Neil Simon’s most amusing romantic comedies. Set in New York City in 1967, “Barefoot in the Park” tells the story of a young spontaneous and vivacious bride moving into her first apartment as a married woman. Her husband is a bright lawyer, attempting to develop the persona of… Continue reading
“Hair” is opening February 6 at 7:30 and stars Guthrie resident, Hagen Wano in the role of Berger, alongside many extremely talented performers. “Hair: The American Tribal Love Rock Musical” is a joint production between the University of Central Oklahoma and Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre. This cooperative venture is an opportunity for students to work alongside seasoned Equity Actors in a Musical Theatre Extravaganza that is a vital and relevant part of American culture.… Continue reading
Carpenter Square Theatre is presenting Mark St. Germain’s lightly romantic comedy “Dancing Lessons” through January 26, 2019. The play tells the story of two extraordinary people, one, a successful scientist with autism and the other a successful but injured dancer. The two person show is set in the apartment of the injured dancer, Senga Quinn. Her severely… Continue reading