By NANCY HERMANN
1964: The four mop top lads from Liverpool are back, one night only, July 27, for a night of the Beatles’ greatest hits.
Courtesy Tulsa PAC
You can look forward to exciting SummerStage Festival performances for the remainder of July and, following that, the opening of the 2012-13 performance season in August!
Kids will love Peter Pan (July 20-22) staged by Encore! Theatre Arts, the company that produced Jungle Book, Alice in Wonderland and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the in recent years. This is summer fun deluxe for the younger set. Check our website at TulsaPAC.com for evening and matinee times.
Experiencing music in the PAC’s 2,365-seat Chapman Music Hall can be a moving experience, and so can an intimate concert in a small space, like the Center’s LaFortune Studio and Norman Theatre, both seating roughly 135. Vintage Wildflowers returns July 19 to the LaFortune Studio with their signature blend of Celtic harp, Irish flute, fiddle and vocals.
The Course of True Love … Runs Directly Through Broadway, featuring Rebecca Ungerman, Jeremy Stevens, Jenny Guy and Christopher Middlebrook, is a not-so-naughty must-see for Broadway fans July 20-22. Almost an Evening, in which three first-time directors will direct work by Ethan Coen (of the Coen Brothers fame), runs July 19-22.
SummerStage will keep your entertainment calendar full, but make room for one more show on July 27: 1964: The Tribute, presented by Celebrity Attractions. Who can pass up an opportunity to party to the sound that captivated the world? Beatles forever!
Let us help you make the most of your summer. Come out and play at the Tulsa .
Nancy Hermann is the Director of Marketing at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.