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University of Central Oklahoma


  • Comic Potential 7:30pm, Feb. 9-11 and , Feb. 12, 2006

  • The Wild Party Feb. 23-25, 7:30pm & Feb. 26,  2006

  • Anne of Green Gables March 30-April 1 and  2, 2006

  • FUBAR:  The Musical April 7-8, 2006

  • Susannah by Carlisle Floyd April 13-15, & April 16, 2006

  • Campus-wide One Act Play Contest Winners’ Performances  April 19-20

Oklahoma Childrens Theatre, Oklahoma City

Oklahoma Childrens Theatre produces plays for young audiences, performed by both adults and children.Click right on picture to link to Oklahoma Childrens Theatre

  • William's Window   February 22-March 1, 2006
  • The Sorcerer's Apprentice   December 7-18, 2005
  • Pecos Bill & the Ghost Stampede   June 14-25, 2006
  • Charlie & the Chocolate Factory  July 19-30, 2006

The Stage Door, Norman

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The Pollard Theatre, Guthrie

The Pollard Theatre is located in Guthrie's historic downtown. It is a year-round, professional company that performs both straight plays and musicals. Click right on the picture to link to the Pollard.

  • Morning's At 7  Feb. 3-March 4, 2006
  • Oliver!   March 31-May 7, 2006
  • Once on This Island June 2-July 1, 2006
University of Oklahoma School of Fine Arts

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Oklahoma City University Theatre

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  • Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht  Feb. 2-5, 2006
  • William's Window  February 23 - 26, 2006
  • Noises Off April 6-9, 2006
Oklahoma City University School of Music

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February 17, 18, 19  LA BOHEME (1896)
Puccini's melody-rich score propels the timeless tale of young bohemians living a rich life despite their poverty. La Boheme, perhaps the world's most beloved opera, has inspired tributes and interpretations including the movie Moonstruck, the rock musical Rent, and Baz Luhrmann's recent Tony-winning Broadway production. MAINSTAGE

March 3, 4, 5 LUCKY STIFF (1988)
From Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens ­ the team that created Once on This Island, Ragtime, and Seussical ­ comes a comic chamber musical that promises a million-dollar inheritance to a shy salesman if he fulfills his Uncle Anthony's last wish: take his corpse on a madcap, postmortem vacation to Monte Carlo. Naturally, a zany cast of characters will do anything to prove Anthony's a stiff and get their hands on the money. SPOTLIGHT

April 21, 22, 23 PARADE (1999)
Jason Robert Brown's Parade expands the possibilities of music theater. The show won two 1999 Tony Awards, for Best Book and Original Score. The story explores prejudice, press-fueled hysteria, corruption, lingering bitterness about the Civil War, and the heartbreaking story of a love discovered too late. MAINSTAGE