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Buy Tickets to OCU Performances

Due to COVID-19, Oklahoma City University has gone to online learning and canceled or postponed events until after May 10. If you purchased tickets to an event through OCU's Performing Arts Ticket Office which was canceled, we will be contacting you via email during the week of April 6 with a survey to elect one of the following options. If you had tickets to more than one event, you will receive an email for each event.

(1) Receive a voucher(s) to a 2020-2021 show to replace your canceled ticket(s). (Canceled theater shows will receive theater vouchers, canceled music theatre shows will receive music theater vouchers, etc.)

(2) We appreciate your support of Oklahoma City University's Performing Arts. If you are not interested in vouchers for tickets to a 2020-2021 production, please consider supporting the arts by not requesting a refund. Oklahoma City University is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. The purchase price of tickets for performances that had to be canceled could be considered a tax-deductible donation. Please consult your tax advisor.

(3) Request a refund. We appreciate your patience as we process requests. If you have not received an email regarding your canceled show by April 10, 2020, please contact us at

Tickets are available for performances from the schools of dance & entertainment, music, and theatre.

Call 405-208-5227, or click below to purchase online.

Please Note:

  • All patrons, including young children, must have a ticket to enter the theater. Please have your ticket available for inspection at all times.
  • Due to heightened security, please avoid bringing packages, luggage, backpacks, etc. to the theater. No weapons, bottles, coolers, or containers are allowed in the theater. All packages are subject to inspection.
  • The use of cameras, cell phones, and other recording devices inside the theater is prohibited.
  • Children under the age of four will not be admitted, unless the performance is specifically for children.
  • The theater reserves the right to refuse admission or eject any person violating theater and specific production rules, local, state, or federal law, or whose conduct is deemed illegal, disorderly, or offensive by management.