Ok, So’s hosting of November’s True Story Slam stuck to the general process of how they go each month: entertaining, but not out of the park. It’s that time of the month again; IDL ballroom and Ok, So hosted November’s “True Story Slam.” The theme was “Wanderlust,” or the desire to travel. While there were […]
TU Theatre’s performance of Laura Neill’s “The End Will Hurt” brought to campus a surreal and introspectively relevant piece of drama. A girl tries to save the president’s daughter and the Food Network is a voice in some one’s head, all in a world where Facebook is a real human being. Laura Neill’s “The End […]
The Day of the Dead gallery specializes in altars built by local artists in honor of their deceased loved ones. First Friday continued Tulsa’s Day of the Dead celebration at Living Arts. Day of the Dead tradition involves building altars for deceased family members to welcome them back to the home of the living. A […]
The early ‘00s alt-rock band came to the Cain’s in order to give a nostalgia-fueling performance. The rockers of Tulsa filed into Cain’s Ballroom with medium sobriety and maximum enthusiasm as they hosted Theory of a Deadman this week. The raucous crowd jostled in desperate competition to approach the stage with the collective gusto of […]
The Invincible Czars provided a live score for films “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” and “Nosferatu,” creating a night with an air of genuine Halloween spirit.
Tulsa Opera’s performance of “Faust” proves that opera’s not dead.
Ok, So’s most recent hosting of the True Story Slam featured the theme “nemesis,” which most storytellers seemed to find difficult.
The play, written by TU’s Bruce Willis, was well-acted and featured a plot both entertaining and educational.
Theatre Tulsa’s musical of Green Day’s album, “American Idiot,” is full of song and charm that epitomizes the band’s alternative style.
Trump urgently needs to appoint a competent head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.