Reduxion Theatre Joins OFTA

Reduxion TheatreOklahomans for the Arts welcomes Reduxion Theatre to our membership roster. Thank you, Reduxion, for officially becoming an advocate of public funding for the arts and the Oklahoma Arts Council. We are lucky to have you on our team. We admire your work, creativity and artrepreneurial spirit!

About RTC
Reduxion Theatre Company (RTC) is an Oklahoma nonprofit theatre dedicated to producing intimate, fresh looks at classical theatre using small casts, live music, innovative staging and “theatre-in-your-lap” style audience interaction. Specializing in the works of William Shakespeare, RTC was founded in 2007 by a husband and wife team who believe in the power of theatre to change the lives of young and old, and that the Renaissance of Oklahoma City is ready for this brand of storytelling – sometimes unpredictable, often unexpected, but always true to the language of the playwright. When you come to a Reduxion Show, you may be asked to dance and sing alongside the actors, but you will most certainly have your conceptions of the piece challenged and hopefully refreshed. We invite you to join us in our journey to “Revisit the Classics!”

Offering four main stage shows throughout the year, RTC also produces children’s shows, traveling performances and workshops.

Reduxion Theatre Company | OKC

Reduxion Theatre Company | OKC


1613 N Broadway Ave  Oklahoma City, OK 73103

(405) 651-3191

Click here for information on tickets and their 2013-2014 season. Their next show is The Women, which opens August 8 and runs through August 31.

About The Women

The Women Reduxion TheatreReduxion Theatre stages this classic 1936 comedy by Clare Boothe Luce about the trials and tribulations of female-hood and what it means in polite circles; this classic telling of a ‘Modern Housewives’ episode stars an all-female cast, intimate theatre-in-the-round setting and ‘in your lap’ staging.  Complete with beautiful period costumes & wigs, this is a show that challenges the theorem that ‘All’s fair in Love & War!’  Join us as we revisit the power struggles, flashy fast-talk and social commentary of this revolutionary play.  Performs August 9 – 31, 2013 at The Broadway Theater in Oklahoma City.