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The Oklahoma Christian University Department of Music invites you to attend the 19th annual “Grand Concert” on Sunday, Oct. 5th, at 2 p.m. in Hardeman Auditorium. This “sampler” concert features brief performances by the department’s major music ensembles: University Chorale, Collegiate Choir, Chamber Singers, Chamber Orchestra, Symphonic Band, and Jazz Ensemble. There is no admission charge for this program.
(To see a campus map, follow this link: (http://www.oc.edu/about/map.aspx).
For further information, call 425-5530.
Dr. Matt McCook, Professor of History, presented a paper titled, “Fuller Wells and Open Doors: An Analysis of David Barton as a Christian Historian” at the Conference on Faith and History that was held at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, on September 25-27, 2014. Dr. McCook has taught at Oklahoma Christian University since the fall of 2002.
Dr. Gary Lindsey, Associate Professor of History, presented a paper titled “Castle Builder of West Texas: David S. Castle” at the Mid-America Conference on History at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith in Fort Smith, AR, on September 18-20, 2014. Dr. Lindsey has taught at Oklahoma Christian University since the fall of 2009.
The OC Music Department invites you to attend a special chamber music recital on Friday, Sept. 19, at 2:30 pm, in Adams Recital Hall. Guest artists are Joseph Gold, Violin, Debbie Dare, Viola, and Jaume Torrent, Guitar. These international performers will be playing on the Virginia Campbell Chamber Music Concert Series this Sunday afternoon at All Souls’ Episcopal Church at 2:30 pm. (See PianoArtistSeries.com for more information about that concert.) We are excited to have the opportunity to host a “preview” for their Oklahoma City performance. The recital is free and open to the public
To purchase tickets: www.oc.edu/BlindDate (405-425-6310)
Blind Date / A Marriage Proposal (two one-act plays)
Performance dates/times: Oct. 2, 3, 4 at 8:00 PM (3 performances total)
Location: Judd Theatre
Director: Carly Conklin
The STORY (“Blind Date”): In Blind Date, Aunt Dolores is concerned about her anti-social niece’s lack of suitors and sets her up with the son of a friend. The surly Sarah Nancy, her niece, has no interest in this man—or any man—and makes that very clear. Her aunt, who prides herself on her conversational skills and frequently mentions being featured on the Beauty Pages of her college yearbook, cannot understand Sarah Nancy’s attitude and sets out to change it, much to the amusement of her husband, Robert, who simply wants his wife to cook him dinner. While the evening does not proceed in the way Aunt Dolores would prefer, it offers no lack of entertainment for the audience. (Suitable for all ages)
The STORY (“A Marriage Proposal”): The nervous and excitable Lomov comes to propose marriage to his neighbor, the attractive, but equally excitable, Natalia. Before Lomov can make his proposal, however, these would-be lovers enter into raucous quarrels about which of them owns a certain meadow, and who has the best hunting dogs! Will they marry? Will they fight their way through life? (Suitable for all ages)
Dr. Larry Jurney, Professor and Chair of the Communication Department, and Dr. Philip Patterson, Distinguished Professor of Communication, attended the Summer Media Workshops sponsored by College Media Advisors. The workshops were held at the First Amendment Center in Nashville, Tennessee, on July 29-August 1, 2014. Dr. Jurney has taught at Oklahoma Christian University since the fall of 1985, and Dr. Patterson has been at OC since the fall of 1981.