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OU's Arts-After-Work Series to Continue with GIANNI SCHICCHI and SUOR ANGELICA, 1/17 & 19

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Puccini's two famous operas GIANNI SCHICCHI & SUOR ANGELICA will be presented on Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 6 pm, offering an evening of glorious music, powerful drama and comic hijinks at OU.

Enjoy the school's talented students, a full orchestra, and sets and costumes designed by our faculty.

Suor Angelica will be presented in Italian with English supertitles and Gianni Schicchi will be presented in English.

At 5 pm on the Varner mezzanine, the OU Women's Tennis Team will sell hot chocolate and tea, nuts, veggies, desserts and other snacks for a goodwill donation. The food sale is a fundraiser.

For ticket information, click HERE. There will be a second opera performance on Saturday, January 19, at 8 pm. Tickets: $18 general, $10 students.

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