Spotlight show date announced

Spotlight 2020, originally set for the spring but postponed due to the pandemic, will be held on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 8. This year’s Spotlight show, starring members of the Oklahoma Children’s Acting Guild, will feature songs from the last 20 Tony award winners for Best Musical. OCAG director Krislyn Gottman has been doing the Spotlight show…

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OCAG classes resume

We are pleased to announce that Oklahoma Children’s Acting Guild rehearsals for Spotlight 2020 have resumed in-person. Based on CDC guidelines, rehearsals are currently taking place outside of the theater on the lawn. The show is now planned for the fall.

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Summer shows canceled

Fourth St. Theater regrets to announce their two summer musicals have been canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but are hopeful to resume performances later this year with the Spotlight 2020 show, Murder Mystery Show, and A Tuttle Christmas Carol. Updates will be posted on our website and facebook pages.

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The show must go on!

Duck for President, this year’s homeschool production, will be held on Saturday, June 6, at 11 a.m. on the Fourth St. Theater North Lawn. Pop-up tents will be erected to shield audiences from the sun. Chairs will be closer than six feet apart, but feel free to bring your own lawn chairs for social distancing.…

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Classes to move to virtual platform

In light of the pandemic, both Oklahoma Children’s Acting Guild meetings and Fourth St. Theater homeschool group classes will be moving to the virtual platform, Zoom. The homeschool class is working on the short play Duck for President, and the OCAG members are currently in rehearsals for their Spotlight 2020 show.

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Spotlight show postponed

The Oklahoma Children’s Acting Guild’s spring Spotlight 2020 show will be postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. OCAG, homeschool, and music lessons will not be held until further notice. Thank you for your patience as we navigate this difficult time.

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Spotlight show set for spring

The Oklahoma Children’s Acting Guild has announced their first show of the season, their annual musical revue. This year’s show, Spotlight 2020, will feature songs from the last 20 Tony award winners for Best Musical. OCAG director Krislyn Gottman has been doing the Spotlight show for several years, showcasing hits from the best of Broadway…

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Peace on earth, good will to men

It’s a quiet time for the arts in Tuttle, as members of our local groups are spending the holidays with their families. The Arts Council of Tuttle, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is accepting end-of-year financial gifts. If you would like to make a donation before the end of the year, please contact Krislyn Gottman…

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Theater performs Tuttle Christmas Carol

The cast of A Tuttle Christmas Carol did a great job this past weekend, entertaining audiences with shows on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Led by director Krislyn Gottman, the show took the original Dickens classic and sets it in Tuttle shortly after statehood and included fun Tuttle area memories like the old Bank of Tuttle,…

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Fourth St. Theater to host ‘Neither Wolf Nor Dog’

Fourth St. Theater will host the independent film, “Neither Wolf Nor Dog,” at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23 and at 3 p.m, on Sunday, Nov. 24. Produced by Inyo Entertainment, the film focuses on a white author, who is summoned by a Lakota elder who asks him to write a book about his perspective.…

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