Discoveryland - Tulsa OK - Discoveryland western musical theater

Discoveryland is a theater attraction feauturing a national staff of professional singers and dancers performing live productions. While the theater performances are the highlight of the evening they offer many other "pre-show'' activities. Before the performance each night guests can watch a Western Musical Revue featuring local performers. This revue is a tribute to the American cowboy and also features Can-Can girls.

Visitors can also see Native American dancers perform in the complex's replica of a Plains Indian Village. Spectators can have their pictures taken with the Native American performers, and children can get their faces painted by the warriors or go on free pony rides. Along with the activities guests are treated to a meal at the Oklahoma Cattleman's Association Ranch Dinner located on the grounds.

This location is open year round and hosts a verity of plays that rotate regularly. The theater opens at 6pm each night. Guests who opt for the Ranch dinner are served from 6pm to 7:30 pm. As far as show times go, the Native American dancers start at 7pm, the Western Musical Revue starts at 7:30pm, and the final show starts at 8pm. Children under ten years old are free. Groups are welcome but reservations are required.

Discoveryland offers three packages for their guests. The Gold package is an all-inclusive experience that includes show tickets, a meal at the ranch dinner with dessert, soft-drink and popcorn at the intermission of the final show. The Gold package also includes a full color playbill with cast photos. The second package is designed for groups and includes all the benefits of the individual Gold package and also offers a hand-held fan and cowboy bandana as souvenirs. This package requires a minimum group of 20, and a 50% deposit in advance on the admission price of $34.95 per person (the remainder is due when the party arrives at Discoveryland). Their last package includes a hotel stay at the Hilton Tulsa Southern.

The theater also invites companies to host their picnics and parties at the complex, and can accommodate up to 2000 people. An annual Halloween festival for children called Camp Cute `n Spooky is held each year for children under 10 years old and includes a trick or treat trail along with games, stories, pumpkin painting, face painting, and pony rides. It's a big hit with kids and adults are welcome, too. For more information contact Discoveryland at (918)742-5255.

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Aug 2, 2009 @ 3:15 pm
I went to this wonderful musical just last night the 1st of Aug. Having lived in OK my whole life I had yet to see this musical! I absolutely loved it and the cast was great! The dinner was great as well. I totally terrific night. I am going back! The ONLY complaint is that the directions and signs weren't great and could use some improving.

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