2019 - 2020 Performance Season

Celebrating 50 Years!

Texas Boys Choir
 

December 13th @ 7:30pm

For more than 70 years, Texas Boys Choir has been instrumental in instilling a love of artistic expression and a desire to succeed in its young members. Today, Texas Center for Arts Academics is a strong voice in the North Texas arts community, and an active advocate for providing young people the means and opportunity to explore and excel in their lives. Since 1946, the mission of Texas Boys Choir has been to develop personal excellence & inspire a lifelong passion for choral artistry. Boys in grades 3-12 sing in treble, mixed, & men’s choirs under the direction of Interim Artistic Director Kerra Simmons. This project is generously funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Oklahoma Arts Council.

Reflections of Patsy Cline

December 7th @ 7pm

Lisa Layne has been performing Patsy Cline shows all over America for over 25 years! Back in 1993 she won the role to play Patsy in the first National Tour of “Closer Walk with Patsy Cline”. She also performed that role at the Ernest Tubb theater in Nashville before moving to Branson and performing “Always Patsy Cline” where the show was named Best Show In Branson in 2010 and 2011 and Lisa was named the Top Female Vocalist! Backed by a five piece band, this show will make you believe Patsy Cline is on the stage!

This performance is a product of Lion of Texas Productions. Tickets to this show can only be purchased at their website lionoftexas.com.

Todd Mosby & New Horizons Ensemble
 

January 18th@ 7:30pm

Todd Mosby’s New Horizons Ensemble is a perfect blend of original acoustic instrumentals with timeless classics by Joni Mitchell, Neil Young and James Taylor. An innovative guitarist, composer & improvisor who creates an intriguing combination of new age, jazz, folk and world music, Mosby’s music is genre-defying. The ensemble has forged a refined sound which few groups achieve. This project is generously funded by Mid-America Arts Alliance, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Oklahoma Arts Council.

Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook
 

January 30th@ 7:30pm

A terrible thing happened to Junie B.! And it's called--someone took her new black furry mittens! And they kept them! They didn't even put them in the Lost and Found at school. So when Junie B. finds a wonderful pen on the floor, she should be allowed to keep it, too. Ardmore Little Theatre ensemble will take audiences in to the wacky life and times of Junie B. Jones.

OSU Opera
 

March 6th @ 7:30pm

OSU and The Goddard Center would like to invite you and your family to come and enjoy an evening of operatic classics. OSU Opera Theatre will present opera vignettes live on The Goddard Center stage. This group of college students make opera fun and enjoyable for all ages, both opera aficionados and novices alike. The performance is directed by Steve Sanders & April Golliver-Mohiuddin.

Aquila Theatre
 

March 21st @ 7:30pm

Big Brother is watching! In the throes of unprecedented challenges to privacy, truth, and personal expression, Aquila Theatre brings “1984”, George Orwell’s cautionary novel, to the stage for the 19-20 season. As our modern world grapples with the threats and benefits of technological integration, A timely narrative of personal freedom against political repression.

 
Fly Dance Company

May 8th @ 7:30pm

FLY is wowing concert audiences all over the US, receiving one standing ovation after another. Why? Because FLY is pure fun — youthful energy, risk-taking movement, and clever choreography set to a mix of surprising musical selections. FLY’s community outreach touches an average of 50,000 kids annually with educational shows, residencies, and workshops that are unmatched in variety and positive social impact. Put it all together and we think you will agree, “There is no other group like FLY Dance Company.” This project is generously funded by Mid-America Arts Alliance, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Oklahoma Arts Council.

 
Lucas Bohn

May 29th @ 7:30pm

Lucas Bohn is energetic with an edge. The perfect blend of schoolboy charm and bad-boy charisma, his comedy is both smart and audacious. Known as the little guy who generates big laughs, Lucas has shared the stage with Dave Chappelle,  Jimmy Fallon, and Kevin Hart. Lucas’ high-energy shows and hilarious impersonations make him an instant hit with audiences of all ages.

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