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'Legends of Rock' Concert Scheduled for October 12

John Lennon impersonator Bill Kropinak joins Billy Joel and Elton John impersonator Lee Alverson for a night of rock music Oct. 12. The 7:30 p.m. concert takes place in the Te Ata Memorial Auditorium on the USAO campus. Tickets for the concert are $12.50 in advance or $15 at the door. USAO students, faculty and staff get in for $10 when purchased at the university. Tickets are available at the USAO Box Office, as well as several Chickasha businesses. A portion of the proceeds benefits the USAO Concert Band.

Faculty Concert Features Musical Variety

CHICKASHA – Arias, accordions and “chopsticks” are on the menu for the music faculty’s fall concert at the University of Science and Arts. The public is invited to the free concert Oct. 9 that showcases faculty members on piano, voice and even accordion.

Dr. Jan Hanson, professor of music and choir conductor, said the 7:30 p.m. concert in the Alumni Chapel serves as a rare chance for the community to see the music faculty in action.

‘Legends of Rock’ Concert Benefits USAO Band

Chickasha residents won’t be the only ones in line for a good thing when ‘Elton John’ and ‘Billy Joel’ meet ‘John Lennon’ on stage at the University of Science and Arts. A portion of the Oct. 12 concert’s proceeds will go directly to the USAO Concert Band.

“The Legends of Rock ‘N‘ Roll” musical tribute concert features two East Coast performers dressing and acting the parts of three of rock music’s most famous artists.

Drama Club Explores Psychological Thrills in ‘Bug’

CHICKASHA – Seven students are poised to take theatergoers on a psychological ride exploring paranoia, drug addiction, abuse … and bugs. A student performance of “Bug,” by Tracy Letts, debuts Oct. 6 in the Davis Hall Little Theatre at 8 p.m. at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.

Sign Language Club Hosts Public Deaf Panel

CHICKASHA – As part of Deaf Awareness Week, the American Sign Language Club is inviting the community to take part in a deaf discussion panel Sept. 28 on the University of Science and Arts campus. Six local speakers from varying backgrounds are expected to lead the panel at 7 p.m. in the Gary Hall lounge.

Dr. Tina Herring, assistant professor of deaf education, said the panel will help provide a look at the deaf experience and lifestyle.