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Local stages offering mix of summer productions

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Summer theater in Oklahoma City is gearing up for the state's 100th birthday with a slew of big, crowd-pleasing musicals; a newly located Shakespearean stage; and a handful of plays ranging from historical classics to the downright goofy.

Lyric Theatre at the Civic Center Music Hall:
" "Oklahoma!," June 26-30
" "Evita," July 10-14
" "Singin' in the Rain," July 24-28
" "Once on This Island," Aug. 7-11

Summerstock Productions at Mitch Park in Edmond:
" "The King and I," May 31-June 9
" "West Side Story," June 28-July 7

The Poteet Theatre at St. Luke's Methodist Church:
" "Bye Bye Birdie," July 20-29

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park at the Myriad Botanical Gardens Water Stage:
" "A Midsummer Night's Dream," June 14-June 30
" "Cyrano de Bergerac," July 5-Aug. 31
" "Macbeth," Aug. 9-Sept. 1

Carpenter Square Theatre:
" "Kimberly Akimbo," now-June 2
" "Sordid Lives," June 15-July 7

The Pollard Theatre in Guthrie:
" "A Man for All Seasons," June 8-30
" "All the Great Books (Abridged)," Aug. 3-Sept. 1

"?Linda McDonald

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