Calendar of Events / Things To Do In Oklahoma

Oklahoma is becoming a place where people are no longer asking, “What is there to do?” and are now asking, “What shall we do?” To help decide what to do, Uncovering Oklahoma’s curated calendar of events features the best of the best unique events happening throughout Oklahoma. Whenever you’re looking for something interesting to do on the weekend or your day off, come here and find out what’s happening. Be sure to follow on Facebook or Twitter as events will often be shared there too!

Special Event Guides:
Valentine’s Day
Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday Events
St. Patrick’s Day
Earth Day
Cinco de Mayo
Mother’s Day
Father’s Day
July 4th
Oklahoma Oktoberfests
Halloween and Haunted Houses
Christmas Lights, Holiday Plays, and Winter Festivities Guide
New Year’s Eve Celebration Guide

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Jun
20
Thu
Native American New Play Festival @ University of Central Oklahoma Mitchell Hall Theatre
Jun 20 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company’s 2019 Native American New Play Festival announces its cast for the featured play, “Neechie-Itas” by Jo MacDonald. (Anishinaabe)

Tiffany Tuggle (Cherokee/Choctaw) is directing this hilarious new comedy about 4 life-long friends who learn a lesson about keeping secrets, loyalty and what it takes to mend a broken heart. The play features the powerhouse talents of Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi), Misty Red Elk (Comanche), Summer Morgan (Kiowa), Maya Torralba (Kiowa/Comanche/Wichita), Johnlee Lookingglass (Comanche), and Cody Tabor.

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company is presenting “Neechie-Itas” in a community partnership with the Theatre Arts Department at the University of Central Oklahoma. The festival runs June 22-23; and June 27-29 with performances at 8 pm in UCO’s Mitchell Hall Theatre located 100 North University Drive in Edmond, with plenty of free parking.

Tickets are available at the theatre on performance nights or in advance online at www.ticketstorm.com.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival will also feature staged reading performances of new Native plays selected from a national call for scripts. “Bound” by Tara Moses (Seminole Nation of Oklahoma) and “Three Sisters” by Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/ Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi) will perform Saturday June 22nd 12noon-5pm in the Black Box Theatre on the UCO campus.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival is celebrating its 10th consecutive year of presenting new Native plays to Oklahoma audiences.

For more information, contact festival coordinator Maya Torralba at 405-388-1140 or visit our website at www.OKindigenousTheatre.com for ticket, festival updates and information.

Jun
21
Fri
Native American New Play Festival @ University of Central Oklahoma Mitchell Hall Theatre
Jun 21 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company’s 2019 Native American New Play Festival announces its cast for the featured play, “Neechie-Itas” by Jo MacDonald. (Anishinaabe)

Tiffany Tuggle (Cherokee/Choctaw) is directing this hilarious new comedy about 4 life-long friends who learn a lesson about keeping secrets, loyalty and what it takes to mend a broken heart. The play features the powerhouse talents of Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi), Misty Red Elk (Comanche), Summer Morgan (Kiowa), Maya Torralba (Kiowa/Comanche/Wichita), Johnlee Lookingglass (Comanche), and Cody Tabor.

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company is presenting “Neechie-Itas” in a community partnership with the Theatre Arts Department at the University of Central Oklahoma. The festival runs June 22-23; and June 27-29 with performances at 8 pm in UCO’s Mitchell Hall Theatre located 100 North University Drive in Edmond, with plenty of free parking.

Tickets are available at the theatre on performance nights or in advance online at www.ticketstorm.com.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival will also feature staged reading performances of new Native plays selected from a national call for scripts. “Bound” by Tara Moses (Seminole Nation of Oklahoma) and “Three Sisters” by Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/ Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi) will perform Saturday June 22nd 12noon-5pm in the Black Box Theatre on the UCO campus.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival is celebrating its 10th consecutive year of presenting new Native plays to Oklahoma audiences.

For more information, contact festival coordinator Maya Torralba at 405-388-1140 or visit our website at www.OKindigenousTheatre.com for ticket, festival updates and information.

Jun
22
Sat
Native American New Play Festival @ University of Central Oklahoma Mitchell Hall Theatre
Jun 22 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company’s 2019 Native American New Play Festival announces its cast for the featured play, “Neechie-Itas” by Jo MacDonald. (Anishinaabe)

Tiffany Tuggle (Cherokee/Choctaw) is directing this hilarious new comedy about 4 life-long friends who learn a lesson about keeping secrets, loyalty and what it takes to mend a broken heart. The play features the powerhouse talents of Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi), Misty Red Elk (Comanche), Summer Morgan (Kiowa), Maya Torralba (Kiowa/Comanche/Wichita), Johnlee Lookingglass (Comanche), and Cody Tabor.

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company is presenting “Neechie-Itas” in a community partnership with the Theatre Arts Department at the University of Central Oklahoma. The festival runs June 22-23; and June 27-29 with performances at 8 pm in UCO’s Mitchell Hall Theatre located 100 North University Drive in Edmond, with plenty of free parking.

Tickets are available at the theatre on performance nights or in advance online at www.ticketstorm.com.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival will also feature staged reading performances of new Native plays selected from a national call for scripts. “Bound” by Tara Moses (Seminole Nation of Oklahoma) and “Three Sisters” by Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/ Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi) will perform Saturday June 22nd 12noon-5pm in the Black Box Theatre on the UCO campus.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival is celebrating its 10th consecutive year of presenting new Native plays to Oklahoma audiences.

For more information, contact festival coordinator Maya Torralba at 405-388-1140 or visit our website at www.OKindigenousTheatre.com for ticket, festival updates and information.

Jun
27
Thu
Native American New Play Festival @ University of Central Oklahoma Mitchell Hall Theatre
Jun 27 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company’s 2019 Native American New Play Festival announces its cast for the featured play, “Neechie-Itas” by Jo MacDonald. (Anishinaabe)

Tiffany Tuggle (Cherokee/Choctaw) is directing this hilarious new comedy about 4 life-long friends who learn a lesson about keeping secrets, loyalty and what it takes to mend a broken heart. The play features the powerhouse talents of Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi), Misty Red Elk (Comanche), Summer Morgan (Kiowa), Maya Torralba (Kiowa/Comanche/Wichita), Johnlee Lookingglass (Comanche), and Cody Tabor.

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company is presenting “Neechie-Itas” in a community partnership with the Theatre Arts Department at the University of Central Oklahoma. The festival runs June 22-23; and June 27-29 with performances at 8 pm in UCO’s Mitchell Hall Theatre located 100 North University Drive in Edmond, with plenty of free parking.

Tickets are available at the theatre on performance nights or in advance online at www.ticketstorm.com.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival will also feature staged reading performances of new Native plays selected from a national call for scripts. “Bound” by Tara Moses (Seminole Nation of Oklahoma) and “Three Sisters” by Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/ Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi) will perform Saturday June 22nd 12noon-5pm in the Black Box Theatre on the UCO campus.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival is celebrating its 10th consecutive year of presenting new Native plays to Oklahoma audiences.

For more information, contact festival coordinator Maya Torralba at 405-388-1140 or visit our website at www.OKindigenousTheatre.com for ticket, festival updates and information.

Jun
28
Fri
Native American New Play Festival @ University of Central Oklahoma Mitchell Hall Theatre
Jun 28 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company’s 2019 Native American New Play Festival announces its cast for the featured play, “Neechie-Itas” by Jo MacDonald. (Anishinaabe)

Tiffany Tuggle (Cherokee/Choctaw) is directing this hilarious new comedy about 4 life-long friends who learn a lesson about keeping secrets, loyalty and what it takes to mend a broken heart. The play features the powerhouse talents of Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi), Misty Red Elk (Comanche), Summer Morgan (Kiowa), Maya Torralba (Kiowa/Comanche/Wichita), Johnlee Lookingglass (Comanche), and Cody Tabor.

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company is presenting “Neechie-Itas” in a community partnership with the Theatre Arts Department at the University of Central Oklahoma. The festival runs June 22-23; and June 27-29 with performances at 8 pm in UCO’s Mitchell Hall Theatre located 100 North University Drive in Edmond, with plenty of free parking.

Tickets are available at the theatre on performance nights or in advance online at www.ticketstorm.com.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival will also feature staged reading performances of new Native plays selected from a national call for scripts. “Bound” by Tara Moses (Seminole Nation of Oklahoma) and “Three Sisters” by Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/ Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi) will perform Saturday June 22nd 12noon-5pm in the Black Box Theatre on the UCO campus.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival is celebrating its 10th consecutive year of presenting new Native plays to Oklahoma audiences.

For more information, contact festival coordinator Maya Torralba at 405-388-1140 or visit our website at www.OKindigenousTheatre.com for ticket, festival updates and information.

Jun
29
Sat
Native American New Play Festival @ University of Central Oklahoma Mitchell Hall Theatre
Jun 29 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company’s 2019 Native American New Play Festival announces its cast for the featured play, “Neechie-Itas” by Jo MacDonald. (Anishinaabe)

Tiffany Tuggle (Cherokee/Choctaw) is directing this hilarious new comedy about 4 life-long friends who learn a lesson about keeping secrets, loyalty and what it takes to mend a broken heart. The play features the powerhouse talents of Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi), Misty Red Elk (Comanche), Summer Morgan (Kiowa), Maya Torralba (Kiowa/Comanche/Wichita), Johnlee Lookingglass (Comanche), and Cody Tabor.

The Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company is presenting “Neechie-Itas” in a community partnership with the Theatre Arts Department at the University of Central Oklahoma. The festival runs June 22-23; and June 27-29 with performances at 8 pm in UCO’s Mitchell Hall Theatre located 100 North University Drive in Edmond, with plenty of free parking.

Tickets are available at the theatre on performance nights or in advance online at www.ticketstorm.com.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival will also feature staged reading performances of new Native plays selected from a national call for scripts. “Bound” by Tara Moses (Seminole Nation of Oklahoma) and “Three Sisters” by Carolyn Dunn (Cherokee/ Choctaw/Creek/Tunica-Biloxi) will perform Saturday June 22nd 12noon-5pm in the Black Box Theatre on the UCO campus.

The 2019 Native American New Play Festival is celebrating its 10th consecutive year of presenting new Native plays to Oklahoma audiences.

For more information, contact festival coordinator Maya Torralba at 405-388-1140 or visit our website at www.OKindigenousTheatre.com for ticket, festival updates and information.