By James D. Watts JR.l Tulsa World Scene Writer
Whenever the hero of “The 39 Steps” needs to be helped or harassed, threatened or thwarted, chased or captured, it’s time to send in the Clowns.
Actor’s & Children’s Theatre, founded in 1996, and Billie Sue Thompson have long been known for bringing classic family stories to the stage.
ATC was formed in 1970 to provide audiences with an alternative to the limited theatre offerings available at that time in Tulsa and to develop a professionally oriented theatrical experience. Read more.
To provide a quality theatrical experience for the community, to encourage and develop new and existing talent in all phases of theatrical management and production, to serve and represent the Broken Arrow community responsibly and with pride through all of its theatrical activities.
Certain Curtain Theatre is a new theatre company in Tulsa. Founded by three Drama/Television/Film graduates, the organization is determined to bring fresh, diverse, innovative and socially relevant theatre productions to the Tulsa area.
Founded in the summer of 2000, Children's Musical Theatre of Bartlesville stages a full-scale musical every summer. CMT brings in a professional artistic staff from various parts of the country to work with our area youth, resulting in an amazing performance year after year.
The mission of Clark Theatre is to provide Tulsa area youth with a way to express themselves through theatre arts. The focus is to build confidence and emotional awareness, teach tolerance, promote teamwork, and encourage creativity.
Cushing Community Theatre is one of the few remaining dinner theatres in Oklahoma. The quality of the Cushing Community Theatre’s performances is superior, offering plays and musicals that are diverse as well as culturally significant.
"Fruugensteinery" originally began as a silly, made-up word coined by a group of local theatre students. Through their friendship and mutual love for the performing arts, they began a new theatre company to promote social change in the Tulsa area.
We are a Tulsa Community Theater group founded by Allicia Johnson. Our purpose is to provide acting opportunities to the Tulsa Urban Community.
The mission of The Playmakers is to increase demand for theatre and the performing arts through two basic means. Read more.
Heller Theatre offers the latest in contemporary drama & comedy at prices geared to the Tulsa community. It also is home to the Heller Shorts Festival, a short play festival of original works by Green Country playwrights, and Laughing Matter, Oklahoma’s longest running comedy improv troupe.
This cutting-edge group is committed to the production of original works. Inman Theater is a new company headed by the nationally awarded playwright Will Hedgecock.
The mission is to preserve and promote the musical theatre style genre, to the end that current and future audiences, performers and production members gain an enhanced understanding of the role of musical theatre within a variety of cultural contexts.
The Midwestern Theater Troupe has focused on exploring cultural archetypes through theatrical performance.
The mission of Muskogee Little Theater, Inc. is to produce a broad spectrum of excellent theatrical productions; to provide learning experiences for our volunteers; to foster an appreciation of theatre.
The mission is to challenge, enlighten and entertain through the art of theatre. Odeum Theatre believes all artists learn and grow when opening their hearts to new artistic endeavors.
Owasso Community Theater Company will provide a unique and rewarding arts experience for the community through the production of high-quality theatrical presentations.
Sand Springs Community Theater is committed to developing a company which is respectfully dedicated to the exploration and celebration of the performing arts. Our company strives to appeal to the entire community by catering to all ranges of age and ability to provide positive interaction among o
Sapulpa Community Theatre is a non-profit organization that provides first-class entertainment for local audiences and a creative working experience for local actors, directors and craftspeople.
Beginning with sold-out performances of Romeo and Juliet in 2009, Playhouse Theatre Tulsa has created a reputation for providing an incomparable product.
This very funny group is back with all new material, scenes, and, their signature piece, Intense Theater, a 15-minute play created in real time with audience suggestions. The Spontaniacs! players have been called “brilliant” and “hilarious” (by their moms).
With a commitment to preserve the culture & heritage it serves, Theatre North has been the vehicle of artistic expression for black talent since 1977.
Theatre Pops was established in 1989 by David Valla and Tom Schoenenberger as a group specializing in British sex farces. They continued until 1991, when Mr. Valla left for Los Angeles and gave the company to Ken Spence and Randall Whalen.
Theatre Tulsa is the Tulsa area’s leading non-profit civic theatre, providing professional-level productions and artistic experience to local audiences and performers. Theatre Tulsa is the longest continuously-operating community theatre west of the Mississippi River, and the seventh oldest in th
Children’s Summer Theatre was first established in July of 1992 in Kansas City, Missouri to give children ages 6-13 the opportunity to perform on stage.
The Tulsa Latino Theater Company is Tulsa’s newest theater company and the only Latino focused theater company in Oklahoma. It was established in February, 2014. We are inspired by the power of theater to educate and entertain Tulsa while providing a glimpse into the Latino community.
Tulsa Project Theatre’s mission is to provide Tulsa, Oklahoma with a professional theatre company in order to educate and entertain audiences while providing regional artists the opportunity to showcase and develop their talent to the highest possible standard in both established and new works.
Since its creation, founders Dan and Kathy Call have set forth the following goal for the future: to provide Tulsa area organizations with a collection of shows available for fundraising, team building and special events.
Home to Tulsa Spotlighters, Inc. Presenting the old-fashioned melodrama The Drunkard and The Olio every Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. The Spotlight Theatre also houses a full schedule of theatre for and by children.
The TU Theatre program is dedicated to the collaborative process intrinsic in making excellent theatre.