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Theater Review (OK): They Promised Her the Moon by Laurel Ollstein

Jerrie Cobb never made it to outer space, but a new play honors the story of this revolutionary (and Oklahoma-born) female pilot. Read More »

A Beginner’s Guide to the Opera

Confused about opera? Find out what to listen for and how to understand it! Read More »

Book Review: Welcome to My World by Johnny Weir

Figure skater Johnny Weir opens up his world in a new autobiography. Read More »

Review: Contemporary 4 at Pacific Northwest Ballet

Mixed-rep program promises exciting and eclectic fare Read More »

Movie Review: Every Little Step

In this 2008 documentary on the making and revival of A Chorus Line, dancers breathlessly describe how the musical is their life Read More »

Dancing into My Heart

How a ballet can change one person's life. Read More »

It’s Raining, It’s Pouring, the Drapes We Are Storing

There are many backstage perils and pitfalls a theater audience never has to think about. Even a leak can cause havoc... Read More »

Classical Radio: It’s Not Dead…Yet

As radio listenership declines, classical music suffers the most. But you can help. Read More »

Movie Review: Music and Lyrics

Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore add some depth to a cheesy, lighthearted film Read More »

Theatre Review: Nine Parts of Desire at the University of Oklahoma

OU Lab Theatre presents Heather Raffo's compassionate tribute to the strength of Iraqi and half-Iraqi women during the war. Read More »