People tend to check in during these times:
The Tulsa Performing Arts Center houses 4 theaters and the performance home for numerous local arts organizations, touring Broadway and other touring shows.
Don't feel like you have to dress up. Let your hair down and enjoy Million Dollar Quartet, which imagines that Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins came togehter for one rockin' show.
Students can see the hip Danish String Quartet, Feb. 8 (3 pm) concert for $5. Tix are $20 for adults; $25 at the door.
If you have time, avoid almost all convenience fees by purchasing your tickets at the box office, open 10 am to 5:30 pm, Monday thru Friday. Also, stop in the PAC's Gallery.
Seeing Wicked was awesome.
Beautiful place attended by beautiful people. Be sure to wear something nice and enjoy the show!
The women's restroom line looks long, but it goes fast --- especially the restroom located on the Promenade level. Women can use that suite of restrooms, or the one downstairs by the ticket office.
Great Show!!! Blue Man Group!
Buy a plastic cup with a lid when available. You can't take drinks in the theater without one.
Since you're close to the Norman Theatre, make plans July 14th to see "Sizzling Season/Kindred Spirits Summer Showcase" http://www.actorsoftulsa.org
Not enough ppl are coming to the INCREDIBLE New Genre Festival by Living Arts
Beautiful theatre. Very well maintained.
Having a blast watching Avenue Q. Great job. From the cast of Ferdinand the Bull
When attending a performance here, come a little early to hang out in the lobby, socialize, get a snack or enjoy a glass of wine!
Starting late....Lyle Lovett ...,
Come see Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at the Liddy Doenges Theatre of the PAC; March 19-21, 25-27, 2010
Park and eat in the Blue Dome District (east of the TPAC), then walk to the show.
Parking at meters is usually free after 5 p.m. and on weekends