Monday, May 9, 2011

Theater characters add spice to dinner event

Actors dressed as characters from OU-C theater productions over the years were the featured guests at a recent dinner-and-theater event on campus, prior to “An Evening with the Shuffles” performance in the Bennett Hall auditorium.
Proceeds from the event benefitted the Alan Gough Art Scholarship fund for OU-C students, and those in attendance had the opportunity to view the local artist’s exhibition in the Patricia Scott Art Gallery.

The OU-C theater program has produced more than 50 performances over the years. Since presenting its first performance in March 1997, OU-C’s theater program has become a staple of campus life and has continued to support the cultural life of the campus and community as well as the vitality of life on campus.

Further, theater offers an opportunity for many students to discover and develop their creative abilities. Their time on stage makes them better students and better professionals after graduation.

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