Known as CityRep, Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre has been an important part of the theatrical scene in the metro since its founding in 2002 by former Oklahoma City University students. CityRep is an equity Small Professional Theatre and member of the Theatre Communications Group and prides itself in presenting cutting-edge shows, often productions never before seen in the city. In addition, CityRep collaborates with area universities.
CityRep seasons run from late September to late June each year and include a diverse group of shows - classics and recent award-winners. Auditions are held for each production.
Individual ticket prices for a CityRep production range from $30-35, depending on performance time. Discounts are available for students and groups. "Flexpasses" provide patrons with tickets that can be used at any of the performances, and they offer significant savings over individual show prices.
CityRep is also a member of Blue Star Theatres, meaning it offers discounted tickets to military personnel and their immediate families. Contact the box office at (405) 848-3761 for more information.
CityRep productions are typically held in the Civic Center Music Hall's CitySpace Theatre or Freede Little Theatre. CitySpace is a small black-box with seating for only 100 patrons while the Freede Little Theatre is larger, a proscenium-style facility that seats just under 300.
The Civic Center is located at 201 N. Walker in downtown Oklahoma City, just south of NW 4th.
In addition to metered parking along the adjacent north and south streets (Couch and Colcord), there are several private pay lots within a couple of blocks of the Civic Center Music Hall.
Auditions & Support
Call notices for CityRep auditions are posted on the organization's Facebook page several months prior to rehearsals. Character descriptions and audition requirements are provided, and interested actors/actresses are asked to bring a resume and multiple copies of a headshot.