OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City Community College celebrates its 25th and 50th anniversary of providing the Oklahoma community and state with its preeminent performing arts series. Tickets for OCCC’s 2022-2023 Performing Arts Series are available now. Kyiv City Ballet When Evening with Jose Feliciano.
OCCC President Dr. Mautra Staley Jones said: “OCCC plays a pivotal role in keeping arts and cultural events alive in our community, and we are especially honored to celebrate with this season’s All-Star lineup.”
Season starts Thursday, September 22nd Evening with Jose Feliciano In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. The concert is also part of a series of events taking place during the same week honoring and celebrating his 50th anniversary with OCCC.
“Performing arts plays a major role in community development because it can become a tool in the community developer’s toolbox in a way that spurs economic development,” said Robert Lewis, Executive Director of Foreign Affairs. . “I’m really excited to have Jose Feliciano come to Oklahoma City. My wife is Puerto Rican, so half of his family is Puerto Rican. Jose Feliciano is one of his nationally known performers. is.”
of Kyiv City Ballet We’ll be making our one and only stop in Oklahoma for OCCC, which plays two shows on Sunday, October 9th.
other programs are Million Dollar Quartet Christmas, lanky tanky, music of the knights, Step Africa!, Jazz at Lincoln Center: The Songs We Love When canadian brass.
Lemuel Valdeguez, Director of Cultural Programs at OCCC, said: “We are very excited about this season and really think there is something for everyone in this line-up of fan favorites. Million Dollar Quartet Christmas To Step Africa!etc. “
Season tickets are currently on sale for $279 to $399 for all eight shows. Tickets for one-off shows are also on sale to the general public, priced from $25 to $75.
The OCCC Visual and Performing Arts Center has over 1,000 seats in its state-of-the-art theater space.
The Oklahoma City Community College Performing Arts Series offers a variety of music, dance, theater and special attraction events to the community each year. The series has received support from organizations such as the Oklahoma Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Ad Astra Foundation, EL and Thelma Gaylord Foundation.of Kyiv City Ballet Sponsored by St. Luke’s United Methodist Church and The Cathy Leichter Trust. Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact occc.edu/sponsorships.
For more information on each show and to purchase season tickets, visit occc.edu/pas or call the OCCC Box Office at 405-682-7579. See occc.edu for more information.