Oklahoma Performing Artist Roster
The Performing Artist Roster is a resource list of Oklahoma performing artists who have been vetted by the Oklahoma Arts Council and are available to perform in communities around the state. Artists on the roster include some of the state’s finest soloists, orchestras, and ensembles in music, theatre and dance. Styles range from classical to contemporary to experimental.
Select a Performing Artist to learn more about them
Master storyteller, griot, and Renaissance man, Al Bostick presents performances that delight, teach, and stimulate the mind, body and spirit.
DoveTale Productions: Laurette Willis
A popular OAC artist since 1993, Laurette Willis (a.k.a. "The Woman of 101 Voices") loves bringing history to life through dynamic performances and interactive storytelling for adults and children.
Joann McMillan's Flying Heart Theatre & Miss Fay's Touring Historical Marionette Theatre
Joann McMillan's unique style of puppeteering is a combination of storytelling with every type and size of puppet and costumes and extensive audience participation
Mahenwahdose, a Muscogean word meaning "True Native American Theater," is a Native American Indian performance company comprised of talented performing artists dedicated to performing accurate, educational and traditional stories of Native America.
Founded in 2009, OKC Improv is Oklahoma's premiere performance showcase and teaching institution dedicated to the art of improvisational comedy and theatre.
Oklahoma Children's Theatre
The Oklahoma Children's Theatre provides exceptional opportunities for children to develop their creative potential through viewing and participating in theatrical productions and to provide related interactive educational experiences.
Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park
Experience the romance, the drama and the comedy of great literature with Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park.
DWe Williams, Rhythmically Speaking
Rhythmically Speaking is a diverse theatre company committed to providing educational and entertaining theatre for youth and family audiences.
(Note: Performing Roster artists are not employees of the Oklahoma Arts Council)