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Armstrong Auditorium presents encore performance of ‘Celtic Throne’

The City Sentinel Online, Staff Report  EDMOND – From Golden Globe-nominated composer Brian Byrne (Heartbeat of Home) comes Celtic Throne, a majestic new musical score for a brand-new Irish dance production from Herbert W. Armstrong College and Armstrong Dance. Fresh off tours of Branson, MO and Rapid City, SD, Armstrong Auditorium host an encore performance of […]

OKC City Rep considers partnership with University of Oklahoma School of Drama

By Darla SheldenCity Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre (OKC Rep) has announced that it will begin discussions on a strategic partnership with the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts Helmerich School of Drama at the University of Oklahoma (OU). The theatre will enter this exploratory venture with Seth Gordon, Director-Helmerich […]

Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre announces retirement of founding Artistic Director Don Jordan

From Broadway World (Oklahoma) Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre (OKC Rep), Oklahoma’s award-winning professional regional theatre announced today that its founding Artistic Director Donald Jordan will transition and assume the title of “Founding Artistic Director emeritus” in the Summer of 2021. “The reputation of the Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre was built by the hard work of […]

OCU to host Artist Talk with Andrew Horner on new esports arena mural

By Darla SheldenCity Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY – As Oklahoma City University’s esports arena nears completion, mural artist Andrew Horner (aka APSE) will join the OCU community for a discussion on his work in the arena. The artist talk will take place at 11 a.m. on Thursday, October 8 with both Zoom and Twitch livestreams.  As […]

OKC Zoo offers fall fun for the whole family in October

By Darla SheldenCity Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY – The OKC Zoo offers fall fun for the whole family. This month’s events include Haunt the Zoo, the Pumpkin Drive, Chomp & Stomp, new education programs and much more. October began with a ‘bang’ and continues with beloved activities – and old new – to celebrate the […]

First Friday Gallery Walk set for Friday, October 2

The City Sentinel, Staff Report Each First Friday of the month, the community is invited to stroll the historic Paseo Arts District. All of the Paseo galleries have reopened, some with abbreviated hours, and most will be open late for First Friday. Restaurants will be open for dining in, patio seating and takeout. All guests […]

Oklahoma History Center presents October Kilgen Organ performance featuring Brett Valliant

By Darla SheldenCity Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma History Center (OHC) will present internationally renowned organist Brett Valliant as the featured artist for its October Kilgen Organ performance entitled “Discovering the Unit Orchestra!” The performance, scheduled for Monday, October 26, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., will take place in the Devon Great Hall […]

Oklahoma Mural Syndicate teams up with activist Jabee for “With Love Project” in East Oklahoma City

By Darla SheldenCity Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Mural Syndicate (OMS) has announced the beginning of a new effort to increase public art on the eastside of Oklahoma City. The “With Love Project” is a collaboration between local activist and hip-hop artist, Jabee Williams and the Oklahoma Mural Syndicate (OMS), the nonprofit that manages […]

Slide into September at Paseo’s First Friday Gallery Walk (September 4)

The City Sentinel Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY – Each First Friday of the month, the community is invited to stroll the historic Paseo Arts District. All of the Paseo galleries have reopened, some with abbreviated hours, and most will be open for First Friday. Restaurants will be open for dining, patio seating and takeout. All […]

Canterbury Voices announces its 2020-2021 season

By Darla SheldenCity Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY – Canterbury Voices is scheduled to begin its 2020-21 season on November 1 with Johannes Brahms’ choral masterpiece, Ein deutsches Requiem​, written after the deaths of his mother and composer Robert Schumann. The Requiem became the central work of Brahms’ career, establishing him as a composer of major stature. […]

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