Public Invited to Meet Moscow Ballet Soloist
Moscow Ballet and Capezio are teaming up to bring “Meet the Masters” free event to Tulsa’s Black & Pink Supplies & Dance Thu Nov 1, 6-8 p.m. at West Houston St, Broken Arrow, OK. The event includes Moscow Ballet dancer Natalia Miroshnyk demonstrating the wear and care of hand-crafted Capezio Pointe shoes and whose own feet were measured in over 10 ways and their shoes personally fitted by Capezio Master Fitter Paul Plesh. In addition, the ballerina answers questions, poses for photos, signs autographs, and gives away Moscow Ballet and Capezio prizes including winning tickets to see Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker. Discounts of up to 25% on Capezio, Bunhead and Harmonie items will be offered that day. One hundred dance lovers attended the first “Meet the Masters” event in Tampa, FL and more events are being planned across the country.
Shops of Seville Celebrates 15 Years
Tulsa-based developer Ray Biery of the Winbury Group first announced his Shops of Seville, a dynamic package of unique shops and services, at a grand opening celebration on Sept. 27, 1997. The Shops of Seville, located at 101st Street and Yale Avenue in South Tulsa, continues to be an upscale center serving one of the region’s finest residential areas. The location also boasts one of the highest average household income levels in Oklahoma.
Upcoming Dinner Theatre Production “The Lucky Seven” Benefits Red Cross
The one night only performance “The Lucky Seven” is being presented by the First United Methodist Church of Claremore, on Friday, September 28. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m.. Tickets are $25, which includes the dinner and show.
Theatre Tulsa Looks to the Future at 90
When Sally Barnes turned off the lights she thought it was for the last time.
Barnes was stage manager for Theatre Tulsa’s production of “Arsenic and Old Lace,” which closed after the 2011-2012 season.
Dress for Success
Chera Kimiko, anchor from Fox 23 will be the evening’s emcee for Dress for Success, Tulsa’s annual fashion show and auction Sept. 14. Executive men and women representing area businesses will be modeling the latest fashions, accessories, and cosmetics from Dillard’s in Woodland Hills Mall, complemented by hair styling from Ihloff Salon.
Performance Season Kicks in to High Gear at the PAC
The performance seasons of many of our arts organizations begin in September. That is one good reason to make your way downtown.
If you haven’t been north of 3rd Street in a while, you will find many surprises. The entire area is taking on a new look and feel. Arts enclaves and entertainment venues are springing up, and restaurants are opening to meet the demand. There are more things to see and do than you can imagine.
Theatre Tulsa Seeks Supporters for 90th Year Party
Theatre Tulsa is having a birthday, and anyone involved with Theatre Tulsa past or present is invited.
The long-running community theatre will host a 90th season kick-off party Thursday, Aug. 30, 6:30 – 8 p.m. at Harwelden Mansion.
Free Admission to Two Tulsa Museums over Labor Day Weekend
Bank of America is helping its cardholders celebrate Labor Day weekend with Museums on Us, giving bank cardholders free admission to some of the most exciting cultural venues nationwide, including Gilcrease Museum and Philbrook Museum on Saturday, September 1 and Sunday, September 2. Other venues include Newport Art Museum in Newport, RI, Chabot Space & Science Center in San Francisco, CA, Chicago History Museum in Chicago, IL and National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.
American Theatre Co. is Turning Up the Heat!
The is back, with a twist… of lime. American Theatre Company will be breaking Tulsa’s heatwave by turning up the heat for the Theatre’s 2012 Annual Benefit and Show, Hot Fun in the Summer Time.
100 Years of Broadway Comes to the Tulsa PAC
Neil Berg’s widely acclaimed 100 Years of Broadway, a musical revue of Broadway’s most celebrated shows, features a cast of five Broadway stars accompanied by an all-star New York band. It is coming to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center on Aug. 21. Tickets go on sale Aug. 2.
Looking Ahead: PAC’s 2012-13 Season Loaded with Entertainment
To everything there is a season. That is particularly true of the arts in Tulsa, and especially reflective of the business we do and the shows we promote at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
Admiral Twin Officially Reopens with Ribbon Cutting
Blake Smith, owner of the Admiral Twin Drive-In, is ready to take one big relaxing breath after 588 days. That will be the time between Sept. 4, 2010 when he watched his landmark drive-in theater screens burn to the ground and the July 15 official ribbon cutting.
World-Class Gilcrease Enhanced by Helmerich Gift
Walter Helmerich has left a great legacy to the region, and Tulsans can look forward to another gift from him: The Helmerich Center for American Research, which will be built on the Gilcrease Museum grounds. It will make available, for scholars from Skiatook to Scandinavia, a host of American historical treasures.
Local Artists Add to Tulsa’s Individuality
Visit any local art festival or one of Tulsa’s art districts, and it won’t take long to discover that this city is brimming with visual art talent.
Zoo Waltz Enhances Exhibits
The Tulsa Zoo held its annual fundraiser, WALTZ on the Wild Side, on Friday, June 15. WALTZ stands for We All Love the Tulsa Zoo.
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