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  • Theatrical comedy meets reality TV in the upcoming production of “Dearly Departed,” an innovative multi-media experience coming your way from the Tulsa Community College Theatre Department. “This specific type of performance has not been done by TCC’s Theatre Department where we integrate a live feed from a camera used by one of the actors and project onto two screens,” said Lisa Stefanic, TCC adjunct professor and play director. “It will be as if someone is...
    01/28/2014
  • The Tulsa Community College African American Student Association invites TCC faculty, staff and students to march in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade on Jan. 20 in Tulsa. The procession begins at 11 a.m. at John Hope Franklin and Martin Luther King Jr. intersection, but TCC participants must be in position by 10 a.m. Since several streets will be blocked off, TCC participants may park on the TCC Metro Campus northeast parking lot across from the Center for Creativity and ride to the...
    01/15/2014
  • Oklahoma native and Broadway veteran Sam Harris returns to Tulsa with a new show based on, and titled after the book he wrote called “HAM: Slices of a Life”.  The actor, singer, songwriter, Tony nominated performer and now, author, will perform what he describes a “liter-usical” -- a mix of literary and musical.  The performance is 8 p.m., Feb. 1 at the Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus Performing Arts Center for Education (PACE). The book, “HAM:...
    01/14/2014
  • Tulsa Community College has extended the TCC Rides Free Powered by Tulsa Transit program through the spring 2014 semester which allows TCC students and employees the opportunity to ride Tulsa Transit for free.  This is an extension of the pilot program announced by TCC and Tulsa Transit in August 2013. TCC Rides Free powered by Tulsa Transit offers unlimited rides to TCC students and employees anywhere Tulsa Transit offers bus service through May 10.  TCC Rides Free topped more than 9...
    01/10/2014
  • The Tulsa Community College Theatre Program will hold auditions for the new improvisational comedy troupe called Die Laughing.  The group was formed in fall 2013 and hosts performances at TCC and tours high schools to inspire future students to pursue performing arts. TCC students and members of the public are invited to audition for Die Laughing.  No experience is necessary.  Auditions are 3-6 p.m., Jan. 12 at TCC Southeast Campus PACE classroom 6103. Die Laughing performed its...
    01/09/2014
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