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OSU Allied Arts unveils new season

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Thursday, 21 August 2014 14:54

Oklahoma State University Allied Arts is offering an exciting season for 2014-15 with six performances that range from the music of the isles to big laughs and awesome acrobatics. Allied Arts shows offer live, world-class talent for an escape from the ordinary that one patron recently called “one of the best things about living in Stillwater.”

This year’s Allied Arts series includes:  

  • Asphalt Orchestra from New York City, which is primed to deliver a high-energy kick off on Sept. 12.
  • Travel with the angelic Scottish singer and musician Julie Fowlis on a trip abroad when she performs “The Music of the Scottish Isles” Oct. 14.
  • L.A. Theatre Works will take the stage Nov. 4  to present the powerful play “In the Heat of the Night.”
  • The Second City will help ring in 2015 with laughs on Jan. 22. 
  • Prepare to hold your breath when Cirque Zuma Zuma presents an acrobatic cirque show on Feb. 16.
  • Ballet West II will conclude the season with a mixed repertoire to fascinate both dance enthusiasts and novices alike. Be inspired on March 3.

All performances are held in the OSU Seretean Center Concert Hall and begin at 8 p.m.  

Prior to each performance, a free lecture called “The Inside Story” is held in room 123 of the Seretean Center to give people a chance to hear from the artists before they perform. “Attendees may ask questions and the discussions are always lively. Last year, the group Street Corner Symphony actually took a request and sang a song,” said Allied Arts Coordinator Brandon Mitts. 

OSU students can use their bursar to purchase a season pass for $40 at  Regular season tickets are also available. They are $75-90 for adults and $40 for children 12 and under.  For more information or to place your order, call (405) 744-7509.  Individual performance tickets are available Sept. 1.



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