Don’t Miss These 3 Shows During the OKC Broadway 2019-2020 Season

Oklahoma City is riding high off of the post-Hamilton adrenaline rush, and we were thrilled at how many parents took their kids to the theater to see this blockbuster smash hit. That said, just because Hamilton has come and gone doesn’t mean that your family can’t catch incredible shows at the Civic Center Music Hall – and we have three shows that you are not going to want to miss out on during the 2019-2020 OKC Broadway season.

  1. Come From Away (February 4-9, 2020)

    We cannot recommend this show enough. On September 11th, as an attack unfolded on American soil, airspace shut down and planes that were headed to New York City were diverted to a small town in Canada and a town wrestles with what to do with a population that almost doubled in size overnight. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll cheer at this story of hope and perseverance.

  2. Fiddler on the Roof (September 24-29, 2019)

    An instant classic, filled from start to finish with songs that you know and love, Fiddler on the Roof is a heartwarming story of fathers and daughters, husbands and wives, and life, love and laughter. L’Chaim – to life!

  3. Hello, Dolly! (October 15-20, 2019)

    This revival of a Tony award winning Broadway blockbuster, Hello, Dolly! makes its way to Oklahoma City this fall, with what has been called one of the greatest stagings in musical history. This musical comedy dream is one you won’t want to miss.

For more information on the OKC Broadway upcoming season, ticket information and season ticket subscriptions (starting at just $198 per person for 6 shows!), visit:

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