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Tulsa Ballet Welcomes Local Children to Audition for The Nutcracker

On September 13, 2014, Tulsa Ballet welcomes local children, ages 6-14, to audition for Marcello Angelini’s The Nutcracker. Interested young dance students may audition for roles such as baby clowns, party children, mice, soldiers, tumblers and Marie. The Nutcracker provides aspiring young dancers the opportunity to perform with the professional artists of Tulsa Ballet. Auditions will take place from 1:30p.m.-6:00p.m. at the Tulsa Ballet headquarters located at 1212 E. 45th Place S., Tulsa, OK 74105 (45th and Peoria). Please visit for complete audition information and required rehearsal schedule.

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Evening of Wine and Roses

Tulsa Garden Center’s An Evening of Wine and Roses will celebrate its 20th annual event Sept. 26, 7–9 p.m. at the Tulsa Municipal Rose Garden.

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Gilcrease Brings Alexandre Hogue Back to Tulsa

Known primarily for his “Dust Bowl” or “Erosion Series” of works, Alexandre Hogue’s art has returned to Tulsa in a new exhibition, “Alexandre Hogue: An American Visionary – Paintings and Works on Paper.”

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BGB Takes Brownies Burgers to New Heights


When Dusty Oakley, owner of Brownies Hamburgers, was approached about taking the nearly 60-year-old icon and adding upscale specialty burgers to its name, he didn’t need much time to decide.

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Signature Symphony Presents Meet the Maestros

Imagination, inspiration and enthusiasm are on display as the finalists for the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College artistic director and conductor take the baton during the 2014 – 2015 season. Andrés Franco, Michael Rossi and Timothy Verville will showcase the creative talent they can bring to the professional orchestra as well as how they shape the sound by conducting one performance for the TTCU Pops series and one performance for the Williams Classics series during the season.

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Unique Balloons at Gatesway Festival

A flying beaver and baby bee will be special guests at this year’s Gatesway Balloon Festival, to be held Sept. 19-20 at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs in Claremore.

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PAC Theaters Ready for Epic Entertainment


The Tulsa Performing Arts Center resumes a frenetic pace this month but not before a recap of one of the most satisfying theatre experiences I’ve had in all my years at the PAC. I was among the more than 7,000 people who attended Theatre Tulsa’s “Les Misérables” in August. Its director and choreographer, Sara Phoenix, and musical director Jeremy Stevens put some awesome talent onto the 420-seat Williams Theatre stage. The entire look, feel and sound of the production was spot on. Impressive. And not just impressive “for community theater.” It was flat-out amazingly good.

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Sand Dazzle Comes to B.A. Aug. 30

On Aug. 30, Broken Arrow residents of all ages are invited to participate in Sand Dazzle, an end-of-summer event hosted by the Broken Arrow Recreation and Parks Department. The free sand sculpture event will take place at Nienhuis Park, 3201 N. 9th St., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

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SCOTFEST 2014 Calls for Volunteers

SCOTFEST, Oklahoma’s Premier Celtic Music Festival and Scottish Games, is celebrating its 35th year and is reaching out to the community for volunteer support.

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Tulsa Ballet II Presents 'On Your Radar'

On Friday, September 5th at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, September 7th at 3:00 p.m Tulsa Ballet will break new grounds with the opening performance of the first subscription series of Tulsa Ballet II, Tulsa Ballet’s pre-professional ensemble. The opening program of TBII’s first season, On Your Radar, will be composed of three pieces: Napoli Divertissements, In Formation and Fourth Wall.

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Tulsa Ballet’s Marcello Angelini Enters 20th Year


Marcello Angelini joined Tulsa Ballet as artistic director in 1995. His wife, Daniela, also teaches at Tulsa Ballet. They met at 17 years old in Florence, Italy, where they were both dancers.

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Laserfest Weekend Comes to TASM

Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium is hosting their first ever Laser Fest, a series of shows in the Museum’s Planetarium that utilize a state-of-the-art laser projection system to produce bright, brilliant colored graphic images, choreographed to music. The shows will run for only one weekend, August 14-17, and include a variety of music genres that attract all ages.

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The Professional Bull Riders Event Supports Turn Tulsa Pink

The second half of the Professional Bull Riders 2014 Built Ford Tough Series resumes, Friday, Aug. 15, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, when the Express Employment Professionals Classic presented by Jack Daniel’s kicks off its two-day event at the BOK Center.

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Tulsa Flight Night: Sept. 18

NORDAM, a global aerospace industry leader, and the Siegfried family will host the inaugural Tulsa Flight Night on Sept. 18 to benefit STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) education programming. The gala will be held at Jones Airport and include aerial displays, entertainment and a live auction. A bonus feature will be quadcopter demonstrations provided by Oklahoma State University, University of Oklahoma and the University of Tulsa.

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Tulsa Town Hall Season to Begin

Independence hasn’t dampened Americans’ fascination with the lives of British aristocrats. As the country eagerly awaits the fifth season debut of Downton Abbey, a British television fictional drama depicting the lives of the Crawley family and their servants in Yorkshire County, Tulsans will get a peek behind the scenes.

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