The concert will include the four choirs at OCU: Ad Astra, Chamber Choir, University Singers, and University Chorale, as well as the Vespers Orchestra, directed by Professor Jeffrey Grogan.
Theater officials established a timeline for renovations in Gold Star Memorial Building.
Jane Jayroe, OCU alumna, trustee and former Miss America, will utilize the talents of students and faculty in her lecture series for women of faith.
Two performance majors created student-run, artistic groups on campus that are seeking new members.
A national award-winning stage director is collaborating with TheatreOCU to direct this semester’s mainstage play, The House of Atreus: Part I.
Students have voiced concerns about scheduling conflicts surrounding the upcoming play House of Atreus.
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.
More than 300 students auditioned for the Bass School of Music’s spring production of Anything Goes. Watch the what the process is like.
The School of Theatre will host a reading of The Eight: Reindeer Monologues at 6 p.m. Dec. 9 in the Black Box theater in Wanda L. Bass School of Music.
Project 21 just finished its third concert and is preparing for the last concert of the semester.
The Oklahoma Opera and Music Theater Company presents the next mainstage opera, La Rondine, by Giacomo Puccini.
The School of Theater’s first mainstage play of the season is The Crucible by Arthur Miller.
Dr. Frank Ragsdale, professor of voice, has taken a position for the year as a visiting instructor of voice at the University of Miami.
Six music theater students are taking a trip to China in October.
A one-minute preview of the first Stage II show of TheatreOCU’s season: “The Residents of Craigslist”
Several acting seniors are working in groups to create devised theater projects from the ground up, as a part of Stephen Wrentmore’s special topics class.
Stephen Wrentmore, adjunct professor of theater, will host a directing masterclass that explores techniques and strategies to approach text and performance.
A rags-to-riches tale of scandalous acts and a rise to fame and fortune is brought to life in OCU’s season finale musical, Evita.
OCUNYC recently hosted its 11th annual workshop in New York City, the first since alumni who host the workshop self-funded the event.
Lincoln Korver, acting sophomore, won an award for his short film. I had the opportunity to interview him about the film, movies, and life.
Rehearsals are taking place for TheatreOCU’s last mainstage performance of the season, a portrayal of the Shakespearean comedy As You Like It. The play was written by William Shakespeare and is considered by many to be one of his greatest comedies. It follows the story of two lovers who overcome various obstacles like exile and…
Dr. David Easley, associate professor of music theory, uses “Verdi” and “Mozart” puppets to motivate his students and make his class more memorable.
The next show on campus illustrates unsophisticated people dealing with an emotional crisis. Holy Ghosts follows a cult of Pentecostal snake handlers.
It’s March Madness, and there have been a lot of upsets. Sick of letting sports teams determine your success? This hypothetical bracket is for you.
Exclusive information on Caroline Stella, acting sophomore (recently seen as “Satan”)
Blue Key Honor Society organizes Spring Sing each year. Student organizations can compete by putting together a 10-minute long skit that features live singing.