The production is presented in partnership with Washington, D.C.’s Adventure Theatre.
The film screens Friday-Sunday at Oklahoma City Museum of Art and airs 8 p.m. Tuesday on PBS affiliates nationwide.
OETA operates under 45 percent fewer funds than it did in 2009.
Ain’t It Cool with Harry Knowles started as a web series on Nerdist’s YouTube channel.
Explore the Outdoors family events are a partnership between OETA and the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department.
OETA hosts a youth writers’ fair at The Oklahoma City Zoo’s Rosser Conservation Education Center Jan. 30.
Back in Time: The Grapes of Wrath was part of OETA’s ongoing Back in Time documentary series on Oklahoma history.
Pam Henry has had a long and established career, despite dealing with complications from polio her whole life.
Bill Trash Dick Pryor, who spent 23 years working with Thrash at OETA, said the executive served as his mentor until the day he died. Pryor described Thrash as a “great director, producer, programmer and station executive. Bill’s contributions to television and public television were huge. He produced many of the great programs that define…
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