We are excited to announce our upcoming “Best of” issue, which will outline students’ favorite places, people and organizations on campus and around town.
“Powerful Prose: Great Ideas and the Literature that Advances Them” is a monthly series that takes place during the academic year.
The musical, written in 1934 by Cole Porter, is set on board of the “S.S. American” in the 1930s, when gangsters like Al Capone were on the rise.
The university’s theater program and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s “Art After 5” program are collaborating to present the world premiere of 12 one-minute plays.
The Royal Sockspeare Company is a group that will stage Shakespeare plays with sock puppets.
The spring mainstage opera of the 2017 “Season of Dreamers” will allow audiences to peek into the conservative compound of a religious family.
Meryl Streep can make any bad movie tolerable and any good movie great. This film falls into the latter category, a fine movie that is elevated tenfold thanks to the magic that is Meryl Streep.
On Jan. 19, more than 150 students vied for the chance to be in the Spring production of Anything Goes. Having already passed round one of the audition process, hopeful performers sang and danced for over five hours during callbacks.
This semester, there is something brand new for performance enthusiasts. Out of the Box presents a new twist to student-led stage production.
More than 300 students auditioned for the Bass School of Music’s spring production of Anything Goes. Watch the what the process is like.
Franziska Harms and Zoe Settle, acting juniors, are co-directing an off-campus production as part of a weekend of sexual assault awareness.
TheatreOCU is getting ready to open its first mainstage production of the semester, a dark comedy/musical and study on pop culture, Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play.
After directing three operas last year, Evita, Jackie O, and Don Pasquale, David Herendeen has found himself with three awards from the National Opera Association for each one, all in different divisions.
The Ann Lacy School of Dance and Entertainment will present its annual Christmas extravaganza Home For the Holidays.
In today’s world where almost every studio movie is connected to some kind of extended universe, it’s only natural that one would long for the days when film franchises were simpler. A time when there were no multi-verses, spinoffs or reboots, just a popular film getting a sequel or two.
Downtown in December is an annual local series of holiday-related events. It includes favorites like ice skating in the Devon Ice Rink and snow tubing.
Submissions are now being accepted for The Scarab, which is an anthology of students’ writing and art, including fiction, nonfiction and poetry, as well as photography and other art.
Marvel’s latest effort, Dr. Strange, while sticking to the formula, is still able to give audiences something a little different.
Here’s a look at some of the best movies to watch to get into the Halloween spirit.
Jo Rowan, professor of dance and chairman of the Ann Lacy School of American Dance, received her second and third Lifetime Achievement Awards this semester.
The Oklahoma City Ballet has offices on the second floor of Gold Star Memorial Building.
Brandon Stalling, music theater sophomore, is holding auditions for an all-male a cappella group.
Vincent Sandoval was readmitted as a guest artist-in-residence, where he is teaching dance classes in tap, jazz, contemporary partnering and theater dance.
Meghan Webb, theater for young audiences junior, answers life changing questions about everything from crackers to cars.
A contemporary classic is coming to the stage, courtesy of the Wanda L. Bass School of Music.
With the arrival of Fall comes the inevitable “Netflix” period. It’s what happens when money’s tight and deadlines are approaching.