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Announcing OKC Rep's 2024-25 Season!

OKC Rep produces thought-provoking, inventive, and stimulating work, and our 2024-2025 season will be our most exciting yet! OKC Rep is proud to present a season of all regional premieres–including the first Broadway play by a Native American woman, the future of theater with Under the Radar, the return of the acclaimed Roger Guenveur Smith, and the most produced play in the United States.

There are a few ways to get tickets to see this exciting lineup:

 

FOR THE BEST PERKS: Join The Club and get guaranteed tickets (and other perks) for the next 12 months!

TO GUARANTEE YOUR SEAT: Season Packages are available to secure your seats for every performance right now (some shows have limited capacity)!

 

COME AS YOU ARE: Single tickets will become available on a rolling basis throughout the year!    

 

Learn more about OKC Rep's ticket pricing here. 

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The Thanksgiving Play
by Larissa FastHorse

Directed by David Ruttura
November 7-17th, 2024

in partnership with Oklahoma Contemporary

 

Good intentions collide with absurd assumptions in this wickedly funny satire, as a troupe of terminally woke teaching artists scramble to create a pageant that somehow manages to celebrate both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month. This hit play was written by Larissa FastHorse, making her the first Native American woman playwright produced on Broadway.

 

"Broadway’s funniest and most daring new comedy” -The Guardian

 

“Very, very funny. Larissa FastHorse’s The Thanksgiving Play skewers liberal pretensions with glee – this clever satire is something for which to be truly thankful." -Hollywood Reporter

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Under The Radar

SHOW TO BE ANNOUNCED!
January 17-19, 2025

in association with the Under the Radar Festival and the Oklahoma Contemporary

New York's the Under the Radar Festival and OKC Rep embark on our fourth year in partnership. Together, we will bring one of Under the Radar 2025’s innovative shows straight from New York City to Oklahoma City. In the past three years, OKC and RADAR have partnered to bring three acclaimed productions to Oklahoma City: Inua Ellams' An Evening with an Immigrant; Roger Guenveur Smith's Otto Frank; and Queens of Sheba by Jessica L. Hagan and Ryan Calais Cameron. We can't wait to announce what we have planned for January 2025!

"I think it's great to point to Oklahoma City as a success — that this work does land out there and not just in this little bubble we call New York City. Great art connects." -Mark Russell, Director of Under the Radar, interviewed by Brandy McDonnell in The Oklahoman

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What The Constitution
Means to Me

By Heidi Schreck
Directed by Jessica Holt
Starring Annie Funke
April 3-13, 2025

in partnership with Oklahoma Contemporary

Finalist! 2019 Pulitzer Prize 

Winner! 2019 Obie Award, Best New American Play 

Winner! 2019 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award, Best American Play 

Winner! 2019 Off-Broadway Alliance Award, Best New Play 

In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human show, Heidi resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that changed their lives.

“Endearingly funny and deeply affecting... It would be hard to identify a work for the theater with its finger more on the pulse of America right now.”  Washington Post

 

“Not just the best play to open on Broadway so far this season, but also the most important.”The New York Times

 

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Frederick Douglas NOW

Created and Performed

by Roger Guenveur Smith
May 1-4, 2025

in partnership with Oklahoma Contemporary

 

Roger Guenveur Smith returns to OKC Rep with his signature solo performance of FREDERICK DOUGLASS NOW—inspired by the life and work of the self-liberated abolitionist and pioneering feminist Frederick Douglass. Smith has edited Douglass' class 19th Century texts into a jazz-infused narrative, bookended by original writing to produce the kind of edgy stylistic mash-up of which vital contemporary theater is made.

“Roger Guenveur Smith gets it all. And gets it brilliantly.” New York Times

THE THANKSGIVING PLAY and WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME 

are presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. 

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