The St. Gregory’s University Theatre Department will kick off its 2013-14 performing arts season on Thursday when they stage Two Rooms, a play that deals with the effects of being taken hostage by terrorists.
St. Gregory’s University and Gordon Cooper Technology Center signed an agreement Monday, Sept. 23, that will give students who complete Gordon Cooper’s Career Tech program a chance to transfer those credits toward a degree at St. Gregory’s.
Representatives of the Oklahoma Chapter of the Knights of Columbus continued their tradition of supporting the academic efforts of St. Gregory’s University with a series of special presentations during a recent mass.
Knights of Columbus State Deputy Ron Schwarz and former scholarship chair Paul Martin began by presenting a trio of students with scholarships for academic excellence.
The leader of St. Gregory’s monastery ascended to the top of Benedictine Hall Tuesday, Sept. 3, to return the symbol of office to the statue of the university’s patron saint.
Aspiring young dancers from across the area are invited to take part in the fall semester of St. Gregory’s Dance Academy, which will host its first class of the year on Saturday, Sept. 7.
St. Gregory’s Dance Academy offers low-cost dance lessons for children ages 3-18 every Saturday morning. Younger children are taught the skills of ballet and tap, while older students also incorporate jazz dancing.
St. Gregory’s has announced its 2013-2014 theatre and dance performance schedule. The fine arts season will debut on October 3 with a senior student production of Two Rooms, a controversial and emotionally-charged play about an American hostage who is being held by terrorists.
You will be transported to the City of Lights Oct. 25-26 when the Dance Department presents An Evening in Paris. The Parisian-themed show will feature jazz, tap and aerial performances, as well as a reconstruction of a French court dance.