A never-released film has been given new life by a local artist and the Oklahoma State Historical Society (OSHS). The film, "Daughter of Dawn," by Norman Miles, was made in the Wichita Mountains of southwestern Oklahoma, and features all Native American actors.
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Native American artist adds new life to film
Tulsa Ballet bringing “The Sleeping Beauty” across the turnpike
Just in time for spring, Tulsa Ballet brings a beloved romantic fairy tale to life with its production of ”The Sleeping Beauty” at the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall, April 2-3, organizers said.
The Buckner’s perform on the Plaza
Oklahoma City’s artistic community is filled with rising stars. Many of them perform to raise money for their favorite cause and The Buckners are a personal favorite helping a local charity near and dear to my heart, as well. At 9 p.m. this Friday night, March 12, at Bad Grannies on the Plaza (during ‘Live on the Plaza’), the two will perform to raise money for Other Options and Friends Food Pantry.
CityRep and TheatreOCU deliver the goods
Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre (CityRep), in partnership with Oklahoma City University’s TheatreOCU presented one of the oldest and funniest “classic” comedies in civilized history. “Lysistrata,” by Aristophanes, originally produced in 411 BC, remains one of the most produced comedies in history.
American Spirit Dancers offer spring dance show
OCU’s American Spirit Dancers are bringing a two dozen high-energy tap, jazz and musical theatre numbers to Oklahoma City University’s stage. The Broadway revue opens at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 11 and continues through Saturday, March 13.