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Opera Performs For Students In Cafeteria

Tulsa Performers Invite Several Promising Young Professional Artists To Participate In Program

Posted: October 23, 2012 at 2:19 a.m.

Zac Engle, left, and Alex Elliott, both with the Tulsa Opera, play Mooch and Father during Marcus DeLoach’s “Mooch the Messy” on Monday at Westwood Elementary School in Springdale. The Opera is taking the performance, about a messy rat’s visit from his father, on a tour through select schools in Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas.

Students at Shaw Elementary impressed Cynthia Voss as they watched live opera in their school’s cafeteria.

At A Glance

Tulsa Opera

Tulsa Opera began as the Tulsa Opera Club in 1948. It is the 18th-oldest opera company in North America. It presents three grand opera productions each season at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.

Source: TulsaOpera.com

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