Looking for a FREE family or couple activity in Tulsa? Check out Utica Square’s Summer’s Fifth’s Night 2014 Summer Concert Schedule. This is on Thursday nights from 7-9 pm through August. And best of all, it is FREE. So many of the summer events end in July, so it is nice to find one that runs through August. I have listed the rest of the summer dates and who is performing through the end of August.
July 24 Usual Suspects Rock and Roll
July 31 Red Dirt Rangers Red Dirt Country
August 7 Traveler Rock
August 14 Jeff Shadley’s Mad Men of Swing Rat Pack Music
Do you like modern dance and music performances? You might consider checking out Choregus.They host world-class contemporary dance and music performances here in Tulsa. Their season runs from September through April and is held at Cascia Hall’s Performing Arts Center (Helmerich Theatre). Tickets are $15 – $40. per performance. Plus discount tickets are available. I was not aware of this group until this summer and decided to do a post so that those looking for activities to do as a couple or as a family could be aware of this opportunity. I think they are worth checking out. They were the 2012 recipient of the Oklahoma Governor’s Arts in Education award.
You can call 918-688-6112 for more information. I would also suggest that you go into their website www.choregus.orgto get detailed information about each of their performances. There are links to view the dance or music company coming to perform.
The next two performances that are scheduled are:
Koresh Dance Company
Saturday, October 5 at 8:00 pm and Sunday, October 6 at 3:00 pm
Saturday, November 16 at 8:00 pm and Sunday, November 17 at 3:00 pm
I have not had the opportunity to attend any of Choregus’s performances, but I have two professional colleagues who have season tickets to Choregus and very much enjoy the performances that they bring into Tulsa.
If you are a modern dance fan, this could be a very fun date night. Or if you have a child who likes modern dance this could be a fun parent / child or family activity. Hope you will be able to check this out.
For those of you who are fans of the book Little Women by Louisa May Alcott you may want to check out this weekend’s performances of Little Women done by Playhouse Tulsa’s Summer Stage Festival. This is an original adaptation written by Cody Daigle and commissioned for Playhouse Tulsa.
This play is based on the classic book which tells the story of the March sisters – Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy. This is set in America Civil War times. Themes of friendship, love and family. It timeless tale.
This would be a wonderful activity for a mother and daughter, family or couple. It is all about relationships. A wonderful opportunity for lots of discussion afterwards. Hope you will consider this play as part of your weekend activities.