Welcome to The Poncan Theatre
The Poncan Theatre has entertained and enthralled audiences for over 80 years.
The Poncan Theatre presents: Nelson Illusions "Smoke and Mystery".
February 20 -
The show features 4 Master Magicians, each with an exciting, engaging, original style.
It is the largest touring illusion show in the United States, carrying over 30,000 pounds of equipment, and is 3 times larger than any other touring illusion show. Nelson Illusions is a one-of-a-kind theatrical spectacle that combines rare & original illusions from around the world with award winning, jaw-dropping magic.
The Poncan Theatre presents: "The Roustabouts" From N.O.C.
February 27 -
The N.O.C. Roustabouts.
This ensemble performs many different types of contemporary music from current popular to country and classic rock. The group travels extensively and gives students the opportunity to gain performance experience while also representing Northern Oklahoma College. Since 1964, the Roustabouts have been a strong part of Northern’s tradition. They have traveled to destinations as far as Russia, Romania, Great Britain, Tennessee, Washington, DC and have performed on Carnival and Royal Caribbean cruise lines.
Voices of Glory:
The Poncan Theatre presents: "Voices of Glory" in Honor of Black History Month.
February 27 -
Voices of Glory is a group of siblings who are on a mission to change the world through their unique style of singing, tight harmonies, and inspirational message. Michael, Avery, and Nadia Cole, started singing together in 2005 after their mother, Felicia, was in a car collision with a drunk driver, placing her in a coma. Day after day, the trio would serenade their mother by her bed, until 8 months later, Felicia came out of her coma. After this experience, the group began to travel to nursing homes and hospitals in an effort to bring hope to other patients and their families, and they adopted the name “Voices of Glory”.
The Poncan Theatre....We Make Memories.
The Poncan Theatre has entertained and enthralled audiences for over eighty years. She was designed by the preeminent theatre designers, the Boller Brothers and is an excellent example of their Spanish Colonial Revival style. The Poncan Theatre has been restored to represent her original 1927 look, but modernized for today’s use. She has played host to sellout musical reviews, standing room only shows as well as events sponsored by the Ponca City Arts and Humanities Council and the Ponca City Concert Series. The Poncan Theatre is the proud host to her signature events, the Evans Children’s Performing Arts Academy, and the Poncan Theatrical Season.