The musical comedy “Pippin” opened last night to an enthusiastic audience at USAO. The show continues tonight – Friday, March 3 – at USAO’s Hall Theatre, through Sunday.
Performances of the USAO production are scheduled at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $5 for adults and $4 for senior citizens.
Sculptor Archie Held of Point Richmond, Calif., will be on campus today to present his work as the second of three artists under consideration in the USAO Public Art Project this spring.
Held’s brief presentation is scheduled at 11 a.m. today -- Thursday, March 2 -- in the Davis Hall Theater at USAO. Held will present his proposal for the public art sculpture to be erected in the Alumni Walk of Fame in front of the USAO Nash Library.
A pop-culture tribute to the modern Everyman who’s searching for his place in the world, the musical comedy “Pippin” opens tonight – Thursday, March 2 – at the University of Science and Arts’ Davis Hall Theatre.
Director Dion Stover says he has loved the outlandish farce – both introspective and comic – from the first time he saw it. In fact, Stover’s first big role in musical theatre was in a production of “Pippin.”
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s Child Development Center will begin taking applications for the upcoming fall term beginning March 1 through April 30. The child must be at least two years of age before making application.
The Center is open from 9-11:45 a.m. Monday through Friday. The enrollment is limited to 16 three- and four-year-old children. Fees are $400 per trimester at present.
Funny. Outlandish. Edgy. The hit Broadway musical comedy “Pippin” opens on Thursday, March 2, at the University of Science and Arts. The show is a production of the USAO Drama Department under guest Director Dion Stover. At right is Michael McCormick of Marlow, who plays Prince Pippin, son of Charlemagne the Great, searching for a little meaning and direction in his life. From left are Jake Tennell and Meagan Peters of Marlow.