Everyone’s favorite young lad, Peter, and his charming forest friends are virtually making their way into your living rooms for your entire family to enjoy right from your couch!

And that’s not the most exciting news…you’ll get to watch them for a whole WEEK!

We’re streaming a performance of Peter and the Wolf on Tulsa Ballet’s YouTube channel from Thursday, May 7th from 10:00 am CST to Wednesday, May 13th at 11:59 pm CST, so your family can experience this adorable classic whenever, wherever, and however many times you want. Go into the woods and experience this fantastic family production, a fun way for children to learn about ballet, music, and theatre, and perfect for both the young and young at heart. Choreographed by Tulsa Ballet’s Resident Choreographer Ma Cong, Peter and the Wolf features a cast of characters children know and love, amazing sets, and costumes, plus narration to help guide them through the story.

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You can read the story of Peter and the Wolf before the performance here:

And you can view a study guide here:
Study Guide


After the performance, print out some of our coloring pages, color them as bright and fun as you want, post a photo of them on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and tag us @TulsaBallet with #TulsaBallet for a chance to be featured on our Instagram and Facebook Stories!

Step 1. Click one of the photos below
Step 2. Once at the page, click ‘File’ at the top of your browser
Step 3. Click ‘Print’



If you haven’t already, be sure to hit that ‘bell’ icon at our YouTube channel so you get a notification the moment the video is available: YouTube.com/TbTulsaBallet.

Please consider donating to Tulsa Ballet’s Critical Support Fun to help us weather this storm during uncertain times. You can visit our Critical Support Fund web page to donate and find out other ways you can help support: https://tulsaballet.org/criticalsupport/

A special thanks to the Hardesty Family Foundation, Charles and Lynn Schusterman Foundation, Stinson Family, and the Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation in making this production possible.




If you’d like to stream the performance through your SmartTV:

STEP 1: Download the YouTube App on the device you’ll use to tune in. You can find it by opening the App Store, Google Play, etc. If you have a smart TV, try pressing the “Home” or “Menu” button on your remote control. The YouTube app is likely already installed.

STEP 2: If you don’t want to download an app, simply open the internet browser on your device and enter YouTube.com/TBTulsaBallet

It should look something like this:

STEP 3: Approximately 30 minutes prior to the stream beginning, you will be able to bring it up to make sure your audio and video are working correctly.

You should see something like this:

Notice the “Live Now” in red? That’s how you’ll know which video to select. Click on it and you’re all set to enjoy the show!