Oklahoma Performing Artist Roster
The Performing Artist Roster is a resource list of Oklahoma performing artists who have been vetted by the Oklahoma Arts Council and are available to perform in communities around the state. Artists on the roster include some of the state’s finest soloists, orchestras, and ensembles in music, theatre and dance. Styles range from classical to contemporary to experimental.
Select a Performing Artist to learn more about them
Adam & Kizzie
Adam & Kizzie have come together on a mission to give music their absolute best. Their music is a tribute to everything that is genuinely great about music, which is why it’s hard to claim whether their album ‘The Book of EEDO: Vol. 1” is an R&B, soul, jazz, or hip hop form of musical art.
Master storyteller, griot, and Renaissance man, Al Bostick presents performances that delight, teach, and stimulate the mind, body and spirit.
Mike and Lisa Pahsetopah perform spectacular Native American dances and traditional storytelling. Performances are structured to entertain or educate all types of audiences.
Ken Hada has been publishing poetry in regional and national journals since 2002. He has an active reading/performing schedule of his poetry, often in collaborative art events.
Mahenwahdose, a Muscogean word meaning "True Native American Theater," is a Native American Indian performance company comprised of talented performing artists dedicated to performing accurate, educational and traditional stories of Native America.
Founded in 2009, OKC Improv is Oklahoma's premiere performance showcase and teaching institution dedicated to the art of improvisational comedy and theatre.
DWe Williams, Rhythmically Speaking
Rhythmically Speaking is a diverse theatre company committed to providing educational and entertaining theatre for youth and family audiences.
Lauren Zuniga is a nationally touring poet and teaching artist. Zuniga blends dynamic spoken word poetry and music in a fluid, interactive style. Vivid imagery and keen attention to her literary craft engage audiences as Zuniga explores themes of social and self awareness.
(Note: Performing Roster artists are not employees of the Oklahoma Arts Council)