OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (July 21, 2022) — Oklahoma City Community College is celebrating 50 years of excellence and impact this year along with 25 years of offering its distinguished Performing Arts Series to the community at large and state of Oklahoma. Tickets are now available for OCCC’s 2022-2023 Performing Arts Series, which includes eight shows like the Kyiv City Ballet and An Evening with José Feliciano.
“We are proud to celebrate 25 years of world-class shows and performances,” said OCCC President Dr. Mautra Staley Jones. “OCCC plays a pivotal role in keeping the arts and cultural events alive in our community, and we’re especially honored to celebrate with this season’s all-star line-up.”
The season kicks off Sept. 22 with An Evening with José Feliciano in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The concert is also part of a series of events occurring that same week honoring and celebrating OCCC’s 50th anniversary. The Kyiv City Ballet will make its only stop in Oklahoma at OCCC, performing two shows on Oct. 9. The shows are part of the troupe’s inaugural tour of the United States. Other shows include Million Dollar Quartet Christmas, Ranky Tanky, Music of the Knights, Step Afrika!, Jazz at Lincoln Center: Songs We Love and Canadian Brass.
“We have a remarkable lineup this season,” said Lemuel Bardeguez, OCCC Director of Cultural Programs. “There is a great deal to look forward to this season, we truly think there is something for everyone in this lineup from the fan favorite Million Dollar Quartet Christmas to Step Afrika! and so much more.”
Season tickets are available now ranging from $279 to $399 for all eight shows. Single show tickets will be available to the general public starting Aug. 1 and will range from $25 to $75. The OCCC Visual and Performing Arts Center boasts more than 1,000 seats in its state-of-the-art theater space.
For more details on each show or to buy season tickets, go to www.occc.edu/pas/ or call the OCCC Box Office at 405-682-7579.
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About the OCCC Performing Arts Series
The Oklahoma City Community College Performing Arts Series presents a diverse array of music, dance, theater and special attraction events to the community each year. The Series has received support from organizations like the Oklahoma Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, The Ad Astra Foundation and the E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation. The Kyiv City Ballet is underwritten by St. Luke’s United Methodist Church and The Cathy Leichter Trust. Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact occc.edu/sponsorships.
About Oklahoma City Community College
Celebrating 50 years of providing unique educational opportunities for students in 2022, Oklahoma City Community College serves students preparing for college, working toward a degree or certificate or taking classes for personal enrichment. Approximately 17,000 students take courses offering college credit in more than 60 associate degree or certificate programs that lead to continued education at a four-year institution or entry into the workforce upon graduation. For more information, visit occc.edu.