Tickets are now available for the OKC run of Scissortail: A story of loss, grief, and recovery based on the
events of the Oklahoma City Bombing.
Tickets are available through the Oklahoma City Civic Center Box Office and can be purchased either online, over the phone, or in person. Check the images below for more information and show dates.
The play centers around Gavin, a young, recently relocated Oklahoman as he grapples with the devastating effects that the attack has had on him, 20 years later. Told through present day conversations, 90’s flashbacks, historical interviews with Timothy McVeigh, and the dark spaces between dream and reality, Scissortail explores both the 1995 bombing and the theme of grief in a deeply personal way.
Scissortail was first produced in Chicago in 2015 and was nominated for the Joseph Jefferson Award (Jeff Award) for Best New Work.
Scissortail is rated R for explicit language, violent situations, and
themes that may be traumatic for some viewers.
The cast includes: Isaiah Werner, Korri Werner, Tim Welch, Joe Burleigh, David Burkhart, Joseph Thomas, Sarah Lomize, and Isaiah William
Performances held at Cityspace at The Civic Center Music Hall
201 N Walker Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 7310
Thursday, March 29 @ 8 PM
Friday, March 30 @ 8 PM
Saturday, March 31 @ 8 PM
Friday, April 6 @ 8 PM
Saturday, April 7 @ 8 PM
Sunday, April 8 @ 2 PM
$20 General Admission (+Civic Center Fees)
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