Nicholas Reese, acting sophomore shares some information he has never shared and probably never thought about before.
Mountain Dew used a puppy-monkey-dog to advertise their kickstart drink. This commercial generated many thoughts, so I organized some comments by major.
After 10 years Lance Marsh, artistic director of TheatreOCU, is stepping down. The move is to allow Marsh to focus on creating the Center for Excellence in Classical Theatre Training.
Matthew Tuley, acting freshman, shares dreams and thoughts on subjects such as shirts, jokes and food.
Two students led a master class at the National Collegiate Honors Conference in Chicago. Zoe Settle and Adrienne Pierce, acting sophomores and honors students, became interested in the conference after learning there would be an acting master class. “We saw there was an acting master class and we came up with this idea because a…
A new play is set to open that questions the importance of discovery. Oxygen, written by chemists Carl Djerassi and Ronald Hoffman, transitions between the 1700s and present time, focusing on which of three chemists actually discovered oxygen. “It’s for stage and sciences majors alike,” said Sarah Hinrichsen, acting senior. “It’s something different then what…
A student recently released an EP recorded in a friend’s house. Nick Villalon, acting senior, was inspired by a former co-worker to record Little Things and Heartstrings “He told me to constantly keep writing and so I did,” Villalon said. “I wrote about trees, dogs, anything. Then he started listening to my songs and told…
This year’s Academy Award nominations came with a few surprises – and, perhaps more importantly, a few notable snubs.
The theater school will perform their third Stage II of this semester, The Marriage of Bette and Boo, in two weeks. The show runs Nov. 20-23 in the Black Box Theater. Tickets are $5.
The gluten-free diet has become a cultural phenomenon for those seeking to lose weight and boost their digestive health
A cast of OCU theater majors is offering a glimpse into the lives of college actors with the mockumentary-style webseries Thespians!
Acting juniors, Tanner Bradshaw, Ian Maryfield, and Kate Robison, leave the fine arts building after class Wednesday evening.
Photo: James Murphy
OCU adjunct professor Hal Kohlman is starring alongside other OCU students and faculty in Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park’s production of King Lear.
The play depicts a king and his three daughters as he tries to decide how to divide his kingdom.
It is one of Shakespeare’s later dramas and has become one of the most powerful dramas in Western literature.
By Ally Hansen, Staff Writer The Oklahoma Children’s Theater and OCU are co-presenting And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank. Working with the children’s theater allows acting majors to experience a show designed for children. “I think the children’s theater is really beneficial, especially since we have a theater for…