O.K. The Musical at Tate Liverpool

Polly Checkland Harding
O.K. – The Musical (Dress Rehearsals) at Kunst-Werke, produced by insitu, Berlin 2015. Image courtesy of the artist.

O.K. The Musical at Tate Liverpool, Waterfront, 1 April–1 May 2017, free entry - Visit now

For four weeks from 1 April 2017, the entire production of a musical will unfold at Tate Liverpool. Visitors to the gallery will be able to watch everything first hand – from the production of props and costumes, to set design and lighting – as residents of Liverpool and Lancashire come together to create, rehearse and finally perform O.K – The Musical. Conceived by American-born, Berlin-based artist Christopher Kline, this exhibition-cum-production will subvert spaces usually reserved for the likes of Picasso, Warhol and Emin. O.K – The Musical will restage the entire history and folklore of Kline’s home of Kinderhook in New York State with an original score by the artist.

O.K. The Musical at Tate Liverpool, Waterfront

1 April–1 May 2017
Free entry