“We have a lot of different options now,” she said. “We’ve always held down the classical fort. We still feel really solid about our mission.”
The raucous gangster comedy The New Yorker called “a fun machine from start to finish” debuted in 2014 in New York City.
“This budget crisis is proof that we need to bring everyone together to work on long-term solutions for public schools,” Hime said.
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“The park is more people-friendly than ever,” said Christina Foss, Arts Council of OKC director of communications.
“It opens up the doors, especially to kids, which I think is amazing,” he said. “They’re the future. I was once that kid, too.”
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“I saw Fiddler on the Roof when I was 5 years old, and it changed my life,” he said.
“Burlesque is a feminist art form,” Wolf said. “It’s very body-positive.”