20 October

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

 $15  Advance  Purchase

 $20  Door

(Includes prop bag)


 8pm  Doors


 9pm  Show 


Beer and Wine with Valid ID

Synopsis

In this cult classic, sweethearts Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon), stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), a transvestite scientist. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker (Meat Loaf) and a creepy butler (Richard O'Brien). Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named "Rocky."

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Trailer

1 - 3 November

Aladdin (A Panto)

Monty Python meets Mother Goose in this musical extravaganza.

Synopsis

Aladdin lives in China with his mother, Widow Twankey. They are poor and Widow Twankey works very long hours in a launderette in Peking. Aladdin always tries to avoid hard work which does not impress his mother one bit.


Abanazar, offers Aladdin the chance to get rich. He gives Aladdin a magic ring, asking him to do a favour in return.


Abanazar tells Aladdin to go deep into a cave and bring him an old lamp. However, Abanazar tries to trick Aladdin by telling him to pass up the lamp, while plotting to leave Aladdin in the cave. Guessing that a trick is being played on him, Aladdin won’t hand over the lamp, so Abanazar refuses to let Aladdin out and seals the cave forever with a magic spell.


Finding himself trapped, Aladdin rubs his hands in despair, inadvertently rubbing the ring which conjures, the Slave of the Ring.  With the help of the slave of the ring Aladdin eventually escapes out of the cave with the lamp.


The lamp contains a Genie, who can grant 3 wishes. Through the Genie’s wishes, Aladdin and his mother, Widow Twankey, become very rich, but Aladdin’s life is not complete. Aladdin knows of a beautiful girl, Princess Jasmine, the Emperor’s daughter, whom he wants to marry. With the help of the Genie of the Lamp, the Emperor agrees to the marriage and Aladdin and his new Princess bride live very well - never wishing for anything more. The Genie builds Aladdin a wonderful palace - far more magnificent than that of the Emperor himself.


But, it is not yet a happy ending. Abanazar returns with a plan to trick Jasmine, who is unaware of the lamp's importance, into exchanging the lamp for a new, non- magical one. Once he has his hands on the lamp, he orders the Genie to take the palace and the Princess, to his home in a hidden desert in Egypt. Fortunately, Aladdin retains the magic ring and is able to summon the Slave of the Ring. Although the lesser genie cannot directly undo any of the magic of the Genie of the Lamp, he is able to transport Aladdin to Egypt, and help him recover his wife and the lamp, and defeat Abanazar.

Tickets

Info coming soon

7 December

L.A. Guns

L.A. Guns was formed in 1983 by guitar player Tracii Guns and, then unknown singer, Axl Rose on lead vocals.


The "classic lineup" of Guns, former Girl singer Phil Lewis, drummer Steve Riley, guitar player Mick Cripps and bassist Kelly Nickels have sold 6 1/2 million records, including 1988's L.A. Guns and  1990's Cocked and Loaded, both of which were certified Gold. Cocked and Loaded contained the hit single "Ballad of Jayne" that went to #33 on Billboard's Hot 100 and #25 on the Mainstream Rock charts.


From the mid-90's to the mid 2000's, after changing lineups twice, L.A. Guns continued to tour and release new music.


Following their successful performance at SiriusXM's HairNation Festival in May of 2016, L.A. Guns went into the studio to record their latest album, The Missing Peace, which is out now!

With the classic lineup of Tracii Guns and Phil Lewis recently reunited L.A. Guns continue to tour around the world. 

General Information

All ages.


Beer and Wine with valid ID

Times

Doors 7pm


Show 8pm

Tickets

VIP seats:

$35 Advance / $45 Door


Reserved Seats

$25 Advance / $35 Door

L.A. Guns - "Speed" (Official Live Video - Milan, IT)

15 December

Dressed To Kill (A Tribute To KISS)

Formed in 2005, Dressed To Kill is one of the nation's premier KISS tribute bands. They have performed with Bruce Kulick, long time lead guitar player of KISS at the Kansas City KISS expo and have been featured performers at numerous prestigious regional events such as Rocklahoma, The Tulsa State Fair (twice), Kansas’ Neewollah Festival, several Motorcycle rallies and dozens of excellent historic venues.


Among these, DTK has been a headline performer at the legendary Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK on three separate occasions. DTK has played multiple shows for crowds of thousands, and has been a frequent entertainment partner with outstanding regional charities such as Turn Tulsa Pink, Cancer Sucks, Make a Wish, and A Soldier’s Wish Entering our second decade as a KISS tribute band, we bring the big show to the local stage for an intimate KISS experience you can’t get in an arena.


See why KISS fans have for years claimed that DTK is the next best thing to the real thing. We are KISS fans too, and our attention to details is what sets us apart. The iconic characters as well as faithful reproduction of the music and show elements will come to life in a blistering, classic KISS style rock and roll party when DTK takes the stage. You wanted the best? You got the best.


Thad Timothy as The Starchild

Mickie Knight as The Spaceman

Joe Hillenburg as The Catman 

Gregg Shipman as The Demo

General Information

All ages welcome.


Beer and Wine with Valid ID

Times

Doors:  7pm


Show:    8pm

Tickets

$15 advance purcahse


$20 door


(12 and under free when accompanying a paid ticket holder.  Seating is limited.  Please call The State Theatre if you will have 12 and understand in your party to ensure seating is available.   405-309-6166.) 

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