Upcoming Fine & Performing Arts

7:30pm Oct 23, 2014
Te Ata Auditorium

Four experienced Broadway performers come together to present a show filled with music theater classics from both yesterday and today! Featuring hits from The Producers, Spamalot, Chicago, Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Fiddler on the Roof and Wicked, the “Best of Broadway Showstoppers” will remind attendees that there is only way to experience great musical theater…LIVE!

7:30pm Nov 03, 2014
Alumni Chapel

The concert will feature both new and older compositions Dr. Weber has written, many of which are published. It will include performances by Dr. Dan Hanson on percussion, one current USAO student, and guest artists from OSU (Steven Sanders, a USAO alum) and OCU. Weber will also perform works I've written for piano and for organ.

7:30pm Nov 10, 2014
Davis Hall Little Theater

Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series presents comedian Dan Kamin in Comedy in Motion—A Cheap Evening of Expensive Theatre. In Comedy in Motion, Kamin lampoons smarmy magicians, pompous divas, texting drivers “and other annoying people who try my patience and risk my life.” Come find out why Dan’s been called “demented, charming and brilliant.

7:30pm Nov 11, 2014
Davis Hall Little Theater

Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series presents comedian Dan Kamin in Funny Bones: The Comedy of Charlie Chaplin. Come celebrate 100 years of “The Little Tramp” with Dan Kamin for his Oscar-nominated performance in Chaplin. This one-of-a-kind event takes audiences on a magical excursion into Chaplin's enchanted comic world through film clips, live performance, and the screening of a newly restored version of The Pawnshop, Chaplin's short 1916 masterpiece. The film will be accompanied by live music.

7:30pm Feb 14, 2015

The Floyd Haynes Orchestra is one of Oklahoma’s premiere big band orchestras and they’ll be helping lovers, young and old, celebrate Valentine’s Day with a dance in the USAO Ballroom. With a repertoire that stretches from the 1920s through today and veteran players who have performed with the biggest names in show business, this promises to be a Valentine’s Dance for the ages!

The Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series is coordinated by Dr. Kenneth Bohannon, music professor and music department coordinator.