Oklahoma City, OK Is an Entertainment Mecca

Delightful Theaters in Oklahoma City, OK

You will love and have fun at the many theaters in Oklahoma City. Whether you prefer music or movies, here are some of the best places for you to visit. Find more information here.

Whodunit Dinner Theater

The Whodunit is a comedic murder mystery theater with audience interaction that performs year-round at Oklahoma City venues, including Cattlemen’s Steakhouse, Ted’s Escondido, Hensley’s Top Shelf, and Spaghetti Warehouse. Visitors test their crime-solving abilities by piecing together the evidence and unraveling the mystery. See here for information about Oklahoma City, OK is an Artful Town.

Carpenter Square Theatre

The performance season at Carpenter Square Theatre, located in Oklahoma City, runs from September through August and features comedies, dramas, and musicals. This non-profit community theatre features actors of all sorts, as each production has open auditions. Call or visit the Carpenter Square Theatre website for a schedule of upcoming shows.

Zoo Amphitheatre

The Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheatre was the first and principal structure built in Oklahoma City by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It was established to provide economic recovery jobs during the Great Depression and was constructed from native sandstone during 1935 and 1936 by workers who camped near the park.

Jewel Box Theatre

The city’s oldest community theater and recipient of a Governor’s Arts Award, this theater-in-the-round has been presenting live productions for 46 years. The season runs from August through May.