Rejoice! Theater, dance, music and movie companies (as well as everything in between) are moving forward with streaming some of their most celebrated shows. But … wait! There’s more good news! Some places are opening their doors again. Here is a list of upcoming events that will be both streamed and in person:
The Metropolitan Opera stated that they will be closed until 2021. However, during this time, we can enjoy opera and support the opera company from our couch. On their website, they have full synopsis, articles and other information regarding each opera. The operas listed are available to stream in the evening for 24 hours. After that, a new opera will appear.
MOZART WEEK at the MET:
Mon. Sept. 28- “Le Nozze di Figaro” (The Marriage of Figaro)
Tues. Sept. 29- “Cosi fan tutte” (So Do They All)
Wed. Sept. 30- “La Clemenza di Tito” (The Clemency of Titus)
Thurs. Oct. 1- “Die Zauberflote” (The Magic Flute)
Fri. Oct. 2- “Don Giovanni”
Sat. Oct. 3- “Le Nozze di Figaro” (The Marriage of Figaro)
Sun. Oct. 4- “Idomeneo” (Idomeneus)
The museum hosts a variety of different events ranging from music to yoga.
Thurs. Oct. 1- Pop-up Concert of Tulsa Opera’s “Rigoletto” at 7 p.m. in the Gilcrease Gardens. Tulsa Opera’s Rigoletto will be performed on Oct. 9 at ONEOK Field.
Thurs. Oct. 1- Live cello music will be performed by Erica Park at 6 p.m. in the “Americans All!” Exhibition.
Thurs. Oct. 8- Yoga classes will be held at the Gilcrease Gardens at 6 p.m.
GREATER TULSA AREA- JENKS
Sat. Oct. 3- Maggie’s Music Box will have its grand opening with live music all day, and the Mark Gibson Band will play at 8 p.m. Along with this, there will be door prizes, food trucks, MMB merchandise and other giveaways. Tickets can be purchased for $15.
Hooray! Circle Cinema reopened this past Sept. 24. They are still moving forward with their unique selection of movies. Here are a few films screening now in theaters, online and the moonlit drive-in series. As you look for movie times, seats and tickets, you can also access a synopsis of the movie of choice.
“Kajillionaire” (Now showing at Circle Cinema)
“Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind” (Now showing at Circle Cinema)
“The Nest” (Now showing at Circle Cinema)
“Jimmy Carter: Rock and Roll President” (Streaming is available. Tickets are available online.)
“Bill Thud’s A Journey Home” (Free Virtual Screening)
“The Battle of Okinawa: 75th Anniversary” (Free Virtual Screening)
“D-Day Remembered” (Free Virtual Screening)
PART OF THE SECOND SATURDAY SILENTS LINE-UP AT CIRCLE CINEMA:
Buster Keaton’s “Three Ages” (Free Virtual Screening)
“Zaza” (Movie available for free online through Circle Cinema/ Circle Cinema YouTube Page)
William S. Hart’s “White Oak” (Free Virtual Screening)
Harold Lloyd’s “The Kid Brother” (Free Virtual Screening)
Buster Keaton’s “The General” (Free Virtual Screening)
Circle Cinema also has a set schedule of movies and documentaries being currently shown as well as upcoming films on their website.