Through 2/24, ‘Sunday in the Park with George’

Stephen Sondheim’s Pulitzer Prize-winning musical about the “art of making art” was inspired by Georges Seurat’s pointillist masterpiece, “A Sunday Afternoon on the Isle of La Grand Jatte.”

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

FOR MORE: tulsapac.com

Through 2/24, ‘The Sleeping Beauty’

Tulsa Ballet presents its version of this classic full-length story ballet about a cursed princess and the power of true love.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

FOR MORE: tulsaballet.org

2/23-3/3, ‘My Fair Lady’

The classic Lerner & Loewe musical, inspired by George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion,” is about a linguistics professor named Henry Higgins and his attempt to transform Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower seller, into a high society lady.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

2/26-3/3, ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’

A college dramatic group puts on an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery with disastrous results, as the cast struggles to make sure the show goes on, even as the set is literally falling down around them.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

2/28-3/3, ‘Best of Enemies’

The play, based on a true story, is about the relationship between a leader of the Ku Klux Klan and an African-American civil rights activist during the fight to desegregate the schools in Durham, North Carolina.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

FOR MORE: tulsapac.com

Through 3/17, ‘The Chisholm Kid: Lone Fighter for Justice for All’

The exhibit features the landmark newspaper comic, the first to feature an African-American cowboy as its hero.

WHERE: Gilcrease Museum, 1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Road

FOR MORE: gilcrease.org

3/1-3, The Gryphon Trio

This piano trio will present three different concerts during its time in Tulsa — a cabaret evening that blends folk songs and chamber music, a Salon concert of 20th century music and a Sunday concert of music by Ravel, Clarke and Wijeratne.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

3/5, Compagnie Herve KOUBI

French-Algerian choreographer Hervé Koubi is recognized as one of Europe’s most distinctive choreographers, and he has created an all-new work for his company of 12 French-Algerian and African male dancers.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

FOR MORE: choregus.org

3/8, Platon

The internationally acclaimed photographer, best known for his revealing portraits of politicians and artists, is also the founder of The People’s Portfolio, a project that uses photography to fight for human dignity.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

3/10 and 4/14, Second Sunday Serials

Heller Theatre Company continues its monthly installments of serial theater, as local writers create short plays that audiences vote on, to see which stories will continue to the next month.

WHERE: Agora Event Center, 1402 S. Peoria Ave.

3/15, Fridays in the Loft

The Tulsa Symphony’s chamber music series will feature music by Debussy, Schoenfeld and Schumann.

WHERE: The Fly Loft, 117 N. Boston Ave.

3/16, ‘Power of Diversity’

Award-winning violinist Ruben Rengel will perform Tchaikovsky’s Concerto for Violin in D Major, while the orchestra performs the Symphony in E minor (Gaelic) by Amy Beach, the first symphony by an American woman composer.

WHERE: VanTrease PACE, 10300 E. 81st St.

3/28-31, ‘The Screwtape Letters’

A minion of Hell gives instructions to an underling about how best to capture the soul of an unsuspecting human in this stage adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ classic theological satire.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

FOR MORE: tulsapac.com

Through 4/24, ‘Leonard Bernstein at 100’

This multi-media exhibit on the multifaceted life and career of conductor, composer and activist Leonard Bernstein requires two Tulsa venues to contain it.

WHERE: Woody Guthrie Center and the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art

Through 5/19, ‘Richard Barlow: The Sea of Ice, Receding’

Barlow creates monumental, site-specific, temporary exhibits — highly detailed drawings of the natural world done in chalk on blackboard paint.

WHERE: Philbrook Downtown, 116 E. M.B. Brady St.

FOR MORE: philbrook.org

Through 5/26, ‘Making Modern America’

This unique-to-Philbrook exhibit examines how artists explored the social and environmental changes the United States was going through between 1910 and 1960.

WHERE: Philbrook Museum of Art

FOR MORE: philbrook.org4/4, ‘Moondancing’

The Tulsa Camerata presents an evening of Arnold Schoenberg, including his melodrama, “Pierrot Lunaire,” and his arrangement of Johann Strauss’ “Kaiser Waltz.”

WHERE: Philbrook Museum of Art, 2727 S. Rockford Road

4/5-14, ‘The Wedding Singer’

Theatre Tulsa presents this adaptation of the Adam Sandler comedy about a guy who makes his living singing at weddings dealing with his own romantic contretemps.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

4/5-6, Tulsa Sings!

The Signature Symphony’s annual vocal competition for Tulsa-area vocalists is paired with music saluting the collaborations of composer Leonard Bernstein and choreographer Jerome Robbins.

WHERE: VanTrease PACE, 10300 E. 81st St.

4/12, Sarah Parcak

Parcak, a pioneer in satellite imagery, will speak about Xplorer, an online platform that will allow citizen-scientists to discover lost civilizations.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

4/12-20, ‘Denim Doves’

Tulsa Artist Fellow Adrienne Dawes’ feminist farce is about a group of “sister wives,” whose lives are disrupted when a new woman — with some new ideas about what women can do — enters their compound.

WHERE: Studio 308, 308 S. Lansing Ave.

4/13, ‘Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances’

Guest conductor Matthew Halls leads the orchestra in a program that includes Strauss’ tone poem, “Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks,” and Astor Piazolla’s “Serie del Angel,” featuring principal bassoonist Richard Ramey.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

4/16-21, ‘Waitress’

Celebrity Attractions presents Sarah Bareilles’ musical adaptation of the Adrienne Shelley film, about a woman trying to escape a bad marriage and find real love.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

4/20, Mahler’s ‘Resurrection’

The Signature Symphony continues its progress through the symphonic works of Gustav Mahler with this production of the Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection,” with guest vocalists Maria Lindsey and Clara Osowski.

WHERE: VanTrease PACE, 10300 E. 81st St.

4/26-28, ‘TBII: Next Generation’

The pre-professional company of Tulsa Ballet presents a mixed-bill program of world-premiere ballets.

WHERE: Tulsa Ballet Studio K, 1212 E. 45th Place, and Hardesty Center for Dance Education, 1901 W. New Orleans St., Broken Arrow

FOR MORE: tulsaballet.org

4/26-28, Carpe Diem Quartet

This rising quartet is known for its boundary-breaking programs that mix classical music with contemporary compositions

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

4/27, ‘Meghadootam’

A stage adaptation of the Sanskrit epic, which tells the story of an exiled man who convinces a passing cloud to take a message to his wife. Presented by the South Asian Performing Arts Foundation.

WHERE: Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

FOR MORE: sapaf.org