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 Show Buzz by Nancy Hermann l Greater Tulsa Reporter


When people ask me when is the best time to visit Tulsa, my first thought is to reply “anytime,” but my answer, most often, is “October.”

Between football and the State Fair, there is much activity to remind us that fall has arrived. Please save some time for shows at the TulsaPAC. October is our busiest month of the current season and some internationally known talent is dropping by.

September 29, 2015 | 3:58 pm

By James D. Watts JR.


When Theatre Tulsa presented the limited run of the musical “Next to Normal” this past summer, the Tulsa World’s review stated:

“This is a show that deserves an audience, not simply because it deals with a challenging subject in artful and compelling fashion, but also because the cast and crew of this production are operating on a remarkably high level.

September 25, 2015 | 11:39 am

By: James D. Watts JR. l Tulsa World

 I heard something very unusual at the end of Theatre Tulsa's opening night performance of "Miss Saigon." Silence.

Typically, hardly a second passes between the obvious end of a performance and the audience's reaction. But when the curtain lowered Friday after the final tragic moments of "Miss Saigon," the crowd in the Tulsa PAC's Williams Theater remained almost reverentially quiet, a silence gently broken only by the sound of a few people crying.

September 08, 2015 | 11:17 am

By James D. Watts JR l World SCene Writer


Theatre Tulsa will open its 92nd annual season this coming weekend with “Miss Saigon,” the musical by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil, authors of “Les Miserables.”

“Miss Saigon” takes the story of Puccini’s opera “Madama Butterfly” and relocates it to war-torn Southeast Asia in the 1970s.

The fall of Saigon at the end of the Vietnam War is one of the pivotal moments in the story, and “Miss Saigon” is maybe best known for the scene when a helicopter lands on stage.

September 03, 2015 | 10:53 am

Weekend Arts: Cherokee Art Market and fairy tales are in store for Tulsa this week 

James D. Watts JR l World Scene Writer 

‘The Lost Pages of ...’

Take a familiar fairy tale, add a few original characters with agendas that go beyond the hope of a simple “happily ever after,” and treat the whole enterprise with the sort of pop-culture irreverence that one normally finds in animated films such as “Shrek” or “Megamind.”

August 27, 2015 | 11:36 am