Administrators are addressing a student petition regarding the quality of theater facilities and officials’ transparency about the theater budget. The petition’s creators originally asked for 200 signatures before the petition would be presented to the theater school’s deans for consideration. Since then, 169 students, alumni and students’ relatives signed the petition. The petition was given…
The students of OCUEdge are preparing to perform their last production of this season.
Rehearsals are underway for Out of the Box’s final production of the year, Consider the Oyster by David MacGregor.
The theater school officially has an adviser after about three months without one.
Two students created a petition to improve communication and repair facilities within the acting program.
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.
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.
This semester, there is something brand new for performance enthusiasts. Out of the Box presents a new twist to student-led stage production.
Members of the School of Theater created a series of podcasts that showcase the creativity and originality of its students.
Performances of Junie B. Jones have begun at Oklahoma Children’s Theatre. Today, I had the pleasure of interviewing Junie B. and some of her friends.
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.
The Nether, the next Stage II play in the School of Theater, explores a moral dilemma in a not-too-distant-future dystopian society.
The School of Theater’s first mainstage play of the season is The Crucible by Arthur Miller.
The Oklahoma City Ballet has offices on the second floor of Gold Star Memorial Building.
The first student-led sketch group on campus has been created by Caroline Stella, acting junior. She named the all-female group “The Matriarchy.”
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.
The theater for young audiences major is no longer accepting students, though the minor is available still.
OCUNYC recently hosted its 11th annual workshop in New York City, the first since alumni who host the workshop self-funded the event.
The OCU Filmmaker’s Guild will host a Film Fest to feature films made by OCU students. The event will last from 7-10 p.m. April 14 on the quad.
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…
The next show on campus illustrates unsophisticated people dealing with an emotional crisis. Holy Ghosts follows a cult of Pentecostal snake handlers.
Exclusive information on Caroline Stella, acting sophomore (recently seen as “Satan”)