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From Broken Arrow Community Playhouse

God’s Favorite takes place in a 1970’s Long Island mansion. The household consists of a God-fearing tycoon named Joe Benjamin and his family: a jewel-crazed wife, Rose, a prodigal son, David, a pair of kooky twins, Ben and Sarah, and the maid and butler, Mady and Morris. ...

Read more on Broken Arrow World.com

June 04, 2014 | 4:08 pm

BY KELSEY DUVALL For years June in Tulsa has meant SummerStage, and this year it brings a new festival, one that bursts through the walls of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. ...Read more at The Tulsa Voice

June 04, 2014 | 3:44 pm

The award-winning cast and crew of the Broken Arrow Community Playhouse production of "The Gin Game" — the Pulitzer Prize-winning tragic comedy by D. L. Coburn — participated in the Liverpool International Theatre Festival May 14-18 in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada. ...

Read more at Tulsa World

May 29, 2014 | 3:58 pm

Right now, the only tangible memorial to the life of Tulsa entertainer Andrew Agee is on his brother Benjamin’s left arm.

It’s a portrait of Andrew Agee, with the moniker “The Puppet Man Can” above and the years of his life — 1978 to 2013 — below. ...

Read more at Tulsa World

May 29, 2014 | 3:50 pm

By JAMES D. WATTS JR. World Scene Writer

The future of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust may be in jeopardy because of the recommended cuts proposed for the city budget.

But the PAC Trust staff, which could find itself without jobs come the end of June, is soldiering on with the organization’s most well-known, and its newest, event. ...

May 19, 2014 | 11:53 am

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