Henthorne Performing Arts Center
4825 South Quaker Avenue
Just east of 48th and Peoria
Hours vary. Please call before visiting.
Henthorne Performing Arts Center is home to Heller Theatre and
Clark Theatre productions.
Home of the Laughing Matter Improv Troupe and many fine
community theatre productions, Heller Theatre
presented its first production 1981. Long-time patrons of Tulsa
community theatre will remember Ken Spence, the first director of
Heller Productions are designed for mature audiences and may
contain adult themes and language.
The mission of Clark Theatre is to provide
Tulsa area youth with a way to express themselves through the arts.
The focus is to build confidence, teach tolerance, promote
teamwork, and encourage creativity.
Clark Theatre productions are suitable for the whole family
where all roles are played by students.
Flex Pass - Adult: $42 (savings of $18)
Flex Pass - Senior/Student: $30 (savings of $12)
Tickets: (918) 746-5065
Call early. Seating is
For more information on shows, classes, or to make ticket
reservations, call the Henthorne PAC at (918)
The Tuesday performances of Heller productions are
"Pay-What-You-Can" nights where you decide the price of
Spring Theatre Classes Announced
Heller and Clark Theatres will offer classes this spring
for youth and adults interested in theatre. Most classes are taught
by degreed professionals and are open to anyone regardless of skill
level. There is also something new this season - check out
information below about the new discount enrollment pass for
Saturday classes! The full schedule can be found online.
Summer Day Camp
Henthorne PAC will be offering
a theatre camp for children ages 8-14. Camp fee is $200/2-week
session. Registration is currently open. More information
about registration and fees can be found online. Spots fill quickly. Enroll early.
"The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood"
May 1, 2, 3 at 7:30 p.m. and May 4 at 2 p.m.
Robin, with the help of Merry Men wannabes, turns this once
simple legend into a comedic romp through Sherwood Forest. The evil
Prince John has taken over the country by force. The Merry Men
think they can save Lady Marion by tunneling to the castle with
wooden spoons. All is not lost because Robin Hood and his enormous
ego are here to save the day. More information is available online.
Auditions for 2013-2014:
No auditions are scheduled at this
"Heller Shorts" Annual Play Contest is "Taking the Fifth"
"Taking the Fifth!" is the theme for this
year's annual short play contest. Submissions will be accepted
March 1-April 30. Guidelines for the script contest can be found online. More information about the contest can
be found online.
Artists - Interested in exhibiting your artwork? Submission Guidelines
Call for Volunteers!
Helping backstage is essential to the success of the production.
Maybe you could work on sets, help with props, or run a follow
Contact Frank Gallagher at
(918) 746-5065 or email@example.com