- N-town stories
Students show work at centennial exhibition
In its 100th year, the upcoming University of Oklahoma School of Art and Art History Student Exhibition highlights the diverse talent the school has to offer....
Chocolate Festival brings treats, funds and art
Chocolate and art lovers rejoice: The 32nd Chocolate Festival, the Firehouse Art Center’s annual fundraiser, is back....
OU Dance student showcase shakes the norm
Performing anything from neoclassical to contemporary work, The University of Oklahoma Theatre and School of Dance’s upcoming Young Choreographers’ Showcase (YCS) is chock-full with variety and talent from student choreographers and ...
Sooner Theatre herds cats
There’s no way around it: A cast of 70 third to seventh grade students performing in a musical is like herding cats. Especially when that’s exactly what they’re acting to be....
Norman Philharmonic to pair Beethoven with Basie
It won’t be a matter of ‘roll over Beethoven’ at Norman Philharmonic’s first performance in 2014 on Jan. 19....
Norman Christmas Parade brings town together
Themed “Hometown Christmas,” Norman’s Christmas parade is rolling through town this year 10 a.m. Dec. 14 with memories of Christmas past. The grand moving spectacle will begin at Norman High School and travel slowly along Main Street to ...
Local exhibit explores link between visual art and music
Six artists are blurring artistic genres during the upcoming exhibit “Noise Makers” at MAINSITE Contemporary Art opening Dec. 13....
Sooner Theatre takes on silver screen classic
The silver screen comes to life this holiday season during the Sooner Theatre’s production of “A Wonderful Life.” A musical adaptation of the Frank Capra classic film “It’s A Wonderful Life,” the story follows the life of George Bailey as ...
Theatre company offers murder mystery dinner entertainment
The Whodunnit Dinner Theatre has been “killing it” in Oklahoma since 1991, but the team of comedy murder mystery actors are coming to Othello’s in Norman for the first time this December....
Norman art community a best kept secret
Norman, Okla., might be most well-known across the country for being home to Sooner football and the National Weather Center. But for some locals the arts are the city’s best kept secret....
- More N-town stories Headlines
- Students show work at centennial exhibition