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Weekly Arts & Entertainment Highlights (Jul 28, 2011)

It’s another week of interesting arts and entertainment opportunities, including what could be the biggest comedy event of this year.

The Third Annual Improv Festival Oklahoma kicks off Thursday evening at the City Arts Center in Oklahoma City. Over 25 comedic as well as musical improvisers from across the state and the country come out to prove they don’t need to rehearse to put on a good show. Performances happen each night through Sunday. And for those wanting to hone their own on the spot talents, be sure to check out various workshops being given by established improv comedians.

For the ultimate “I could’ve done that” moment, Can You See Me Now: Photos Made on Phones opens at the Untitled Artspace this Friday evening. Expect to see 34 unique images taken by amateur and professional photographers from as far away as London and Moscow, all captured by the humble camera phone.

An unlikely combination of filmmaking and weapons is the focus of a Friday workshop at the Norman Depot presented by the Cinematic Artists of Norman. Actor, weapons master, and firearms safety officer, Travis Pevey will give a presentation on weapons safety on the set. And yes, there will be weapons at this meeting.

The ever-popular Backyard Bash Children’s Festival happens this Friday and Saturday at the Cottonwood Flats in Guthrie. The annual event draws big crowds of children and parents and features carnival games, food, animals, a music stage and inflatables.

You’ll find more information for these and additional events on our website here.

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