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USAO Sets Fast Pace with 24-Hour Drama Feb. 24

CHICKASHA –  Is it possible to cast, costume and stage a play, all in one day? Students, faculty and staff at the University of Science and Arts will attempt the first-ever feat beginning Feb. 23. A public performance of the spontaneous show is open to the public Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. in the Davis Hall Little Theatre.

Chickasha Teacher, Artist Featured in USAO Exhibit

CHICKASHA – Chickasha High School art teacher Patricia Herrera Morgan understands overcoming adversity to come out on top. The 1999 graduate from the University of Science and Arts is debuting her solo exhibit at the USAO Art Gallery with “Soul Windows.”

High School Art Contest Registrations Due Feb. 28 at USAO


 

CHICKASHA – High school artists across Oklahoma can win cash at the statewide Innovations art contest, but registration is due Feb. 28 at the University of Science and Arts in Chickasha.

USAO Nabs Tickets for Broadway Shows Starring David Hyde Pierce, Angela Lansbury

CHICKASHA – What do famous actors David Hyde Pierce and Angela Lansbury have in common? They’re each starring in runaway Broadway shows. As part of its annual spring New York City trip, the University of Science and Arts has secured tickets to “Curtains” starring Pierce and “Deuce” starring Lansbury, two of the hottest shows on Broadway.

State Collegiate Band Selects Four USAO Students

CHICKASHA – Each year, Oklahoma’s top 100 college student musicians are selected to perform in the All-Collegiate Honor Band. This year, four students from the University of Science and Arts made the cut, earning themselves a place of honor among their peers.

At an Oklahoma Music Educators Conference held in downtown Tulsa, the band showcased its statewide talent in January.

Dr. Stephen Weber, associate professor of music, was there for the performance.

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