What to do in Oklahoma on May 26, 2012: Take your youngsters to see the "Theo and the Magic Road" rock show
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Take your youngsters to see “Theo and the Magic Road,” a kindie-rock opera inspired by works such as Harry Nilsson’s “The Point,” “Yellow Submarine,” “The Wall” and “The Muppet Show,” at 2 and 7 p.m. today at Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16.
“Theo and the Magic Road” is a rock opera written by Oklahoma songwriter Matthew Alvin Brown with rock orchestrations by Nathan Siler. It is being brought to life by the members of the Lyric Theatre Thelma Gaylord Academy’s “RoKademY” Experiment, group of 11 teenage musicians and actors lead by Brown.
For tickets and information, call 524-9312 or click here.
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