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Mission + Values


Oklahoma City Repertory Theater is dedicated to championing new ways of making theater, supporting innovative artists, and growing the cultural ecology of Oklahoma City.


Civic Engagement

We believe in empowering our local community through relevant stories and connections with artists. Our theater will be a cultural cornerstone of Oklahoma City.


We believe in fostering an inclusive and nurturing community for artists, theater workers, and audience members.


We intentionally strategize for human, financial and environmental sustainability.



We strive to produce exceptional work, with a high standard for quality and professionalism in all aspects of our organization.


Our work expands the definition of theater. Our creative process and administrative systems are consistently reimagined, adapted, and improved.

Equity, Diversity,
Inclusivity, & Accessibility 

OKC Rep is committed to being an anti-racist, anti-harassment, collaborative, open, respectful, and welcoming organization.


OKC Rep’s renovated mission and values are intrinsic to our programming, staffing, and the culture we establish with our audience, in the rehearsal spaces, the theater venues, and the administrative office. It is our commitment that OKC Rep is not only responsible for producing and presenting impactful theater in Oklahoma City, but will perpetuate crucial values of equity, inclusion, diversity, sustainability, authenticity, and acceptance in our city. 


Our objective is to expand what participation means in the theater – for artists, workers, and audience members. We are invested in affordable ticket prices, accessible experiences, fair wages, and safe workspaces.


We believe that we must always continue to learn and grow. If you experience barriers, have access needs of any kind, or would like to start a conversation about anything, please reach out to us at

Thank you for being a part of our commitment to the Oklahoma City community.

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