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.
We’ve compiled a list of some unsettling films to set the Halloween mood this week.
“Blade Runner 2049” is a pristine film that stands as one of the best of 2017, if not the best.
The Danish String Quartet came to Tulsa and performed a pleasant mix of the classical and the post-modern, with applaudable results.
The recent popularity afforded to media with ‘80s aesthetics is in danger of running out of steam, but not with “Super Dark Times,” a gritty, original film.
“Lucky,” a reflection on death starring Harry Dean Stanton, comes to the Circle Cinema this week.
Tulsa Opera’s performance of “Faust” proves that opera’s not dead.
Brit Bennet, in an event hosted by Booksmart Tulsa, read from her heavy but empowering new novel.
Beck’s known for his idiosyncracy and willingness to experiment, but his latest venture may have landed him in a style that’s, frankly, beneath him.
Dr. Michael Zeitlin visited TU to lecture over war literature from a different perspective: the accounts of the combat medics and surgeons.