MuskogeePhoenix.com, Muskogee, OK

Things to Do

November 28, 2013

Things to do - Theater 11.29.13

HANDEL’S “MESSIAH,” presented by the uskogee Community Chorus, 8 p.m. Dec. 2, St. Paul United Methodist Church. Concert is free. Voluntary donations will be collected to support the Thomas Yadon Musical Scholarship Award Trust and the performance expenses.

“IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE,” 8 p.m. Dec. 6-7 and 12-14 and 2 p.m. Dec. 8, Muskogee Little Theatre, 325 Cincinnati St. Advance tickets at Soundworld, 123 E. Okmulgee Ave. (918) 683-4901. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for students. In this holiday classic, George Bailey’s guardian angel swoops in to remind him that faith, hope and family make life truly wonderful. The show is sponsored by Armstrong Bank and is presented with the assistance of the Oklahoma Arts Council. Information: www.muskogeelittletheatre.com.

“TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD” AUDITIONS, 5 p.m. Dec. 8, Broken Arrow Community Playhouse, 1800 South Main St., Broken Arrow. Directed by Martha Cherbini. Cast of consists of 12 males and eight females of all ethnicities and ages ranging from 8 to 80. The audition will consist of cold readings from the script. Information: (918) 258-0077.

“DON’T MENTION MY NAME” AUDITIONS, 7 p.m. Dec. 9 and 10, St. Basil Episcopal Church, Tahlequah. Cast is three men and five women. Also needed are crew for backstage, lights, sound, makeup, etc. Dates of production are Feb. 14-16 and 21-23. All performances are held at the Armory Municipal Center Auditorium, 100 N. Water Ave., Tahlequah. The play is a combination comedy, romance, and mystery. A man who suffers from temporary amnesia stumbles into a bed and breakfast in the off season, only to find that he was expected for the weekend. Information: (918) 458-9406.

“A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE” AUDITIONS, 7 p.m. Dec. 15-16, Muskogee Little Theatre, 325 Cincinnati St. Directed by Lisa Wilson. Auditions will consist of readings/mologues from the script. Audition details available at: www.muskogeelittletheatre.com. Dates of the production are Feb. 7-15. Playwright Tennessee Williams received a Pultizer Prize for his masterpiece. A tragic and effective drama which ranks as one of the greatest in theatre. The show is presented with the assistance of the Oklahoma Arts Council.

1
Text Only
Things to Do
AP Video
Disabled Veterans Memorial Nearing Completion Last Mass Lynching in U.S. Remains Unsolved Home-sharing Programs Help Seniors Ex-NYC Mayor: US Should Allow Flights to Israel Clinton: "AIDS-Free Generation Within Our Reach" Judge Ponders Overturning Colo. Gay Marriage Ban Airlines Halt Travel to Israel Amid Violence NYPD Chief Calls for 'use of Force' Retraining VA Nominee McDonald Goes Before Congress Bush: Don't Worry, Sugarland Isn't Breaking Up US Official: Most Migrant Children to Be Removed Police Probing Brooklyn Bridge Flag Switch CDC Head Concerned About a Post-antibiotic Era Raw: First Lady Says `Drink Up' More Water Courts Conflicted Over Healthcare Law Holder Urges Bipartisanship on Immigration Raw: Truck, Train Crash Leads to Fireball US Airlines Cancel Israel Flights Obama Signs Workforce Training Law Crash Victims' Remains Reach Ukraine-held City
Poll

Should a federal judge have the power to strike down Oklahoma's ban on gay marriage?

Yes
No
     View Results
Featured Ads
Parade
Magazine

Click HERE to read all your Parade favorites including Hollywood Wire, Celebrity interviews and photo galleries, Food recipes and cooking tips, Games and lots more.
Stocks