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American Theater Company opens ‘Dead Ringer’; Broadway at Boston Avenue prepares ‘Cinderella’ | Arts & Theater

Two quintessentially American genres – western and film noir – come together in “Dead Ringer,” which the American Theater Company will perform July 21-24 at Studio 308, 308 S. Lansing Ave.

Written by Gino Dilorio, “Dead Ringer” is a dark comedy centered on Tyrus Cole, a horse trainer, who lives on a ranch with his invalid sister, Mary. Because he can’t watch her during the day, Tyrus keeps Mary confined to the root cellar.

One day, a stranger named Dwight Foley shows up, looking for help with his horse. When Dwight discovers Mary, love soon sets in and plans are made to get rid of Travis.

In true noir style, these plans escalate, trapping all three in a complex web of greed and secrets, intrigue and mystery.

Timothy Hunter directs the play, which stars Angela McLaughlin, Obum Ukabam and Steve Barker.

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Performances are at 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday July 21-23 and 2 p.m. Sunday July 24. Tickets cost $16 to $24.

BABA presents ‘Cinderella’Broadway at Boston Avenue presents its first show after a two-year hiatus induced by COVID-19, with “Cinderella” by Rodgers & Hammerstein.

“Cinderella” is Rodgers & Hammerstein’s only work written specifically for television. It debuted in 1957 with Julie Andrews in the title role, and was revived in 1965 with Lesley Ann Warren, and again in 1997 with Brandy Norwood.

The familiar story of a girl’s magical transformation to attend the gala hosted by a marriage-minded prince is highlighted by classic songs such as “In My Own Little Corner”, “Impossible/It’s Possible” and “Do I Love You Because You”. are you beautiful »

Performances are Friday July 22 and 29 at 7 p.m., Saturday July 23 at 2 p.m.; and 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 31, at Boston Avenue United Methodist Church, 1301 S. Boston Ave.

Matt Morton directs the show, which features Maggie Duncan as Cinderella, Woody Daniel as the Prince, and Kelly Bor as the Fairy Godmother. Cathy Venable, who was the orchestral pianist in the 2013 Tony Award-winning Broadway production, is the show’s musical director.

Broadway at Boston Avenue has staged a musical every summer since 1983. It would be the last show under that name; a new theater arts program called Tulsa Theater Works will support the annual production.

Tickets are $5. 918-699-0138,

Starlight bandAlison Walden, winner of the first Signature Symphony Tulsa Sings! competition, will be the guest artist at the Starlight Band’s next concert, Tuesday, July 19 at 8 p.m., at Guthrie Green, 101 E. Reconciliation Way.

Walden will be featured in a program called “Between the Sun and the Moon,” which will include celestial tunes such as “Morning’s First Light,” “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me,” “Dusk,” “Moondance,” “I Dreamed a Dream” and more.

A native of Louisiana, Walden has performed with a variety of groups over the years, from jazz ensembles to symphony orchestras, including several gigs with the Signature Symphony.

Participants are encouraged to bring blankets or portable chairs to sit on. The concession will include food trucks Pita Place and Josh’s Sno Shack.