Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 November 2013 03:53
The Norman Public Library, 225 N Webster, is bringing the Cimarron Circuit Opera Company to the library for a special Spring Break production of the, The Owl, the Tree, And Me. The program will be in the Lowry Room Tuesday, March 18, at 2 p.m.
The story is a timely lesson on the environment and being good stewards of the earth, appropriate for children and adults. No registration or tickets are required. The event is free to all.
The cast of Marcy Gonzalez, Claire Conner, Brandon Adams, and Ian Angels transform themselves into the Owl, the Tree, and (universal) Me. All three learn that they need to help each other in order to survive. After the beautiful forest is reduced to a collection of stumps, two audience members will be chosen to come to the stage to help plant acorns in clay pots to rebuild the forest.
The operetta by Richard F. Hill will tour several communities this spring with Kevin Smith, Music Director and Erica Thomas, Artistic Director. The CCOC has been spreading music and cultural opportunities to Oklahoma’s youth for 32 years with programs such as this.
For more information, call the Norman library at 701-2600.