Category: Art

Movie Review: “The Killer”

The films of David Fincher (going back to “Alien 3”) invariably, undeniably belong to his vision, and they’re almost always iconic, in some way—no matter the genre shift. Between his groundbreaking ‘90s work with “Fight Club” or “Se7en”, to later masterpieces like “Zodiac” and “The Social Network,” you begin to see how the arc of […]

Review: Philbrook offers some sunshine with ‘Art in Bloom’ Review

During the first weekend of April, Philbrook Museum sponsored “Art in Bloom.” The three-day event was filled with wonder and exploration. The beauty of nature and flowers were shown, with some displays having deep meanings and backstories.   The exhibits were inspired by the architecture and art of the museum. Local exhibitors who created floral arrangements […]

Theatre Department announces Children’s Summer Theatre Camp 

The Theatre Department at Tulsa Community College will be performing its play, “The Cat in the Hat” by Dr. Seuss, as part of its Children’s Summer Theatre Camp at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education (PACE) Studio Theatre, 10300 E. 81st St., June 13-15.   The department’s production will be directed by Mark Frank […]

Review: Slow Cozy Keeps Mayfest Dancing and Moving 

Mayfest in downtown Tulsa was in full swing and so were the seasonal festivities on the celebration’s 52nd anniversary. From end to end of the festival and decorating the Tulsa Arts District were murals and paintings. If you were looking for a chance to get out of the house and support local artists, Mayfest provided […]

Preview: Award-winning, All-time Favorite Musical: ‘My Fair Lady’ now in Tulsa 

A touring classical masterpiece is on its destination to Tulsa. With its captivating and moving storyline, you will forget all your worries and sing and dance along with the actors.  ‘My Fair Lady’ is a beautiful story accompanied by the most magnificent songs that celebrate transformation and growth of one’s soul. Multiple award-winning ‘My Fair […]

Signature Symphony’s future can be found by looking at its past year

This past year was a busy one for the TCC Signature Symphony. And there are many fun events coming up in 2024. But of course, the cliché is true – in order to look forward, we must first look back. With that in mind, here are some memorable Signature Symphony events from 2023. Top of […]

‘Sister Act, A Divine Musical Comedy’ opens Feb. 29

Tulsa Community College Theatre and Music Departments will present “Sister Act, A Divine Musical Comedy” on Feb. 29 – March 3 (Feb. 29 – March 2, 8 p.m.; March 3, 2 p.m.) at the PACE Studio Theatre on the campus of Tulsa Community College Southeast, 10300 E. 81st. St. “Sister Act, A Divine Musical Comedy” is written […]

Review: Keating’s ‘Lost Dream of Route 66’ exhibit highlights the unseen stories of the storied highway

The University of Tulsa recently sponsored an exhibit “Lost Dream of Route 66” by Edward Keating. The photographs were of the early and famed Route 66 from 1977 to 2003. The photo display shown was not only a piece of the history of Route 66, but it was also a part of Edward Keating’s life […]

TCC Connection interviews local filmmaker Lisandro Boccacci

Lisandro Boccacci is a filmmaker with years of experience. He has worked with “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Tulsa King,” and “The Killers of the Flower Moon” productions. However, he is best known instead for his short films, including “Bankrupt on Boardwalk” (a semifinalist in the 2019 Los Angeles Cine Festival), “Out from Smoke & Ash” […]

Review: Gypsy’s Coffee House sponsors a short films night 

Gypsy’s Coffee House sponsored a short film night featuring local filmmakers. Area cinematographers made the films. The movies titles ranged from comedy, horror, and drama to much more.    Local film producer Lisandro Boccacci hosted a weekly event during December at the Gypsy Coffee House, 303 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. On every Monday during the month […]

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