Current Season

Our 2014-2015 Season is comprised of five fabulous shows, two fantastic theatres, and a thrilling collection of some of Tulsa’s finest actors.

“Book of Days” – June 19-22, 2014

Book of Days, Tulsa Summerstage, Summerstage Tulsa, Tulsa Fringe, Fringe Tulsa, Tulsa PAC, Tulsa PAC Trust, Theatre Pops, Randy Whalen When murder roars through a small Missouri town, Ruth Hoch begins her own quest to find truth and honesty amid small town jealousies, religion, greed and lies. This tornado of a play propels you through its events like a page-turning mystery. Written by Lanford Wilson, “Book of Days” begins our 2014-2015 season as part of the Tulsa PAC Trust’s Summerstage lineup.

Tulsa PAC, Liddy Doenges Theatre

“Tinkerbell is Dead” – July 19, 2014

Tinkerbell is Dead, Tulsa Summerstage, Summerstage Tulsa, Tulsa PAC, Tulsa PAC Trust, Theatre Pops, Charles E. Norman Theatre, Randy Whalen An evening of delicious monologues performed by some of Tulsa’s finest actors. “Tinkerbell” is Theatre Pop’s second show in the Tulsa PAC Trust’s Summerstage lineup.

Tulsa PAC, Charles E. Norman Theatre

August: Osage County, Theatre Pops, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, Meghan Hurley, Director, August: Osage County Tulsa, Tulsa PAC, FlyLoft, IDL Ballroom, Liddy Doenges Theatre, Tracy Letts, Billy Letts, award-winning play

“August: Osage County” – January 8-11, 15-18, 2015

A vanished father. A pill-popping mother. Three sisters harboring shady little secrets. When the large Weston family unexpectedly reunites after Dad disappears, their Oklahoman family homestead explodes in a maelstrom of repressed truths and unsettling secrets. Mix in Violet, the drugged-up, scathingly acidic matriarch, and you’ve got a major new play that unflinchingly—and uproariously—exposes the dark side of the Midwestern American family. Written by Tony Award-winning & Oklahoma grown playwright Tracy Letts.

Tulsa PAC, Liddy Doenges Theatre

Venus in Fur, Theatre Pops, IDL Ballroom, George Romero, Heather Sams, Tulsa Theatre, Oklahoma Theatre, Stubwire, tony award-winning play, award-winning play, February performances, February 2015 calendar, David Ives, Venus

“Venus in Fur” – February 19-22, 2015

Thomas, a beleaguered playwright/director, is desperate to find an actress to play Vanda, the female lead in his adaptation of the classic sadomasochistic tale Venus in Fur. Into his empty audition room walks a vulgar and equally desperate actress—oddly enough, named Vanda. Though utterly wrong for the sophisticated part, Vanda exhibits a strange command of the material, piquing Thomas’ interest with her seductive talents and secretive manner. As the two work through the script, they blur the line between play and reality, entering into an increasingly serious game of submission and domination that only one of them can win. A mysterious, funny, erotic drama that represents yet another departure for the multifaceted David Ives.

IDL Ballroom

Bard Fiction, Theatre Pops, Tulsa theatre, Oklahoma theatre, Shakespeare, Quentin Tarantino, Dave Garcia, Randy Whalen, Meghan Hurley, Heather Sams, Sterling McHan, Samantha Dent, Charles Kevin Smith, Ryan Dubois, David Lawrence, Sterling McHan, Dale Sams, Phredi Tate, Justin McKean, Tarantino, Shakespeare Tulsa, Shakespeare Oklahoma, Minnesota Fringe Festival, Angela McLaughlin, Keith Sowinski, Angie Devore-Green, Tom Green, Tulsa PAC, Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Liddy Doenges Theatre, April 2015 events

“Bard Fiction” – April 16-19, 2015

Honor. Betrayal. Foot rubs. Shakespeare and Tarantino collide in this Elizabethan retelling of the cult classic film “Pulp Fiction.” The story follows the seedy characters of Tarantino’s opus, now part of London’s underworld, in seemingly disparate plot lines that merge in unexpected ways. “Bard Fiction” was originally imagined and produced by Tedious Brief Productions as part of 2009’s Minnesota Fringe Festival.

Tulsa PAC, Liddy Doenges Theatre


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