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Adrienne Proctor

Adrienne Proctor is an Oklahoma City based writer, theatregoer, and mom. She holds a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Central Oklahoma and a Master's Degree in Aerospace Administration and Logistics from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. An avid supporter of the arts, Adrienne has been writing reviews, features, and interviews for regional theatre in OKC since 2017. She loves rock musicals, coffee, and pizza. 




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LAST 30 DAYS

BWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 18 - Melissa CampbellBWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 18 - Melissa Campbell
Posted: Apr. 25, 2020


BWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 20 - Collin O'NeillBWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 20 - Collin O'Neill
Posted: May. 4, 2020


BWW Review: Lyric Theatre Engages Young Audiences with Digital Clubhouse SeriesBWW Review: Lyric Theatre Engages Young Audiences with Digital Clubhouse Series
Posted: May. 12, 2020


BWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 19 - Caleb BarnettBWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 19 - Caleb Barnett
Posted: Apr. 27, 2020


BWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 21 - Andrew LewisBWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 21 - Andrew Lewis
Posted: May. 7, 2020


BWW Review: DRAG TRIVIA AT HOME with Carmen And VeraBWW Review: DRAG TRIVIA AT HOME with Carmen And Vera
Posted: Apr. 29, 2020


BWW Review: Pollard Company Members Roll the Dice with D20 To Curtain PodcastBWW Review: Pollard Company Members Roll the Dice with D20 To Curtain Podcast
Posted: May. 21, 2020


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Review: Choctaw High School's BRIGHT STAR Shines BrilliantlyBWW Review: Choctaw High School's BRIGHT STAR Shines Brilliantly
Posted: Feb. 24, 2020


BWW Feature: Choctaw High School Presents Southern Story of Hope BRIGHT STARBWW Feature: Choctaw High School Presents Southern Story of Hope BRIGHT STAR
Posted: Feb. 21, 2020


BWW Review: Be Sexy, Be Alluring, Be ITALIAN! with UCO's NINEBWW Review: Be Sexy, Be Alluring, Be ITALIAN! with UCO's NINE
Posted: Feb. 29, 2020


BWW Feature: UCO Spins Seductive with NINEBWW Feature: UCO Spins Seductive with NINE
Posted: Feb. 19, 2020


BWW Feature: UCO Presents the Compelling Play TRIBESBWW Feature: UCO Presents the Compelling Play TRIBES
Posted: Jan. 23, 2020


BWW Review: Lyric's THE CAT IN THE HAT is Engaging, Screen Free Entertainment for KidsBWW Review: Lyric's THE CAT IN THE HAT is Engaging, Screen Free Entertainment for Kids
Posted: Jan. 25, 2020


BWW Review: THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL is a Trailer Trash Treat!BWW Review: THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL is a Trailer Trash Treat!
Posted: Feb. 15, 2020


BWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 9 - Tyler Treat and Ellie Valdez
March 24, 2020

The GOING DARK interview series focuses on the COVID-19 pandemic impact on the performing arts. As the pandemic worsens, performing artists all over the country are left out of work and voiceless. This exclusive interview series gives an 'in their own words' account on the professional and personal ramifications of COVID-19. This is GOING DARK.

BWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 8 - Gavin Guthrie
March 22, 2020

GOING DARK is an exclusive interview series that focuses on the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the performing arts. Part 8 of GOING DARK features OKC based actor Gavin Guthrie. These unfiltered interviews show the real, human side of COVID-19. This is GOING DARK.

BWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 7 - Jonah White and Cam Taylor
March 21, 2020

GOING DARK is an exclusive interview series that explores the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the performing arts. Artists explain the personal and professional ramifications of cancellations, postponements, and uncertainty in the wake of COVID-19. This is GOING DARK.

BWW Interview: GOING DARK, Part 6 - Ian Marcontell and Jimmy Mavrikes
March 19, 2020

New York City based actor Ian Marcontell and DC based actor/director Jimmy Mavrikes give their take on COVID-19 and its effect on the performing arts. As theatres across the country shut their doors, artists are left voiceless in the face of an uncertain future. This exclusive interview series give their voices back. This is GOING DARK.

BWW Interview: GOING DARK Series - Writers and Artists Share Their COVID-19 Impact Stories
March 18, 2020

Part five of the GOING DARK interview series includes an arts writer who lost his job in the wake of COVID-19, along with two actors who've suffered a similar fate. The world waits in isolation while theatres around the country shut their doors indefinitely. These are the real stories behind COVID-19. This is GOING DARK.

BWW Interview: The GOING DARK Series - The Stories behind the COVID-19 Impact on the Performing Arts
March 18, 2020

The GOING DARK Series continues with three more UCO performing arts students. Their take on the impact of COVID-19 and the response of theatres around the world to postpone and cancel all shows for the foreseeable future is here in an honest and unfiltered interview. These are the human stories behind COVID-19. This is GOING DARK.

BWW Interview: The GOING DARK Interview series continues with Donald Jordan, Tristan Hill, and Graeme Morrison
March 17, 2020

An artistic director, a professional actor/singer, and a musical theatre performance student give their take on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it's impacting the performing arts. Their stories are unique, yet similar. They've all faced cancelled shows, seasons, and auditions. These are the real stories behind the COVID-19 Pandemic. This is GOING DARK.

BWW Interview: GOING DARK with Seattle Based Artist Zandi Carlson
March 17, 2020

GOING DARK is a special interview series. In this interview, Seattle based artist Zandi Carlson tells her story and how she's been personally impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. She also gives insight into the atmosphere of the Seattle theatre community. Seattle is Ground Zero for COVID-19 in the United States.

BWW Exclusive: GOING DARK - Inside the COVID-19 Impact on the Performing Arts
March 16, 2020

GOING DARK is a special interview series, bringing to light the response and aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic and its impact on the theatre community. The first of a 6 part (or more) series, GOING DARK features words from students, artists, performers, and technicians. These stories are real and raw. This is GOING DARK.

BWW Previews: Innovative New Works Company Ignition Arts Preps for 2020 Season
March 9, 2020

Ignition Arts presents their third season in Oklahoma City, with two book readings and new play workshop, and the third and final installment in The Infinity Trilogy. Ignition Arts also offers two podcasts on SoundCloud, Thank you 10 and Fair Play

BWW Review: Be Sexy, Be Alluring, Be ITALIAN! with UCO's NINE
February 29, 2020

NINE tells the story of Italian filmmaker Guido Contini and the midlife crisis he goes through while struggling with writer's block and a marriage that's on the rocks. UCO's production features 27 female cast and ensemble members in a decadent and gorgeous production at Mitchell Hall Theatre.

BWW Interview: Oklahoma Native John Tupy Joins National Tour of CHICAGO
February 28, 2020

Oklahoma's Own John Tupy has joined the National Tour of CHICAGO: THE MUSICAL, now running on the West Coast. Check out his exclusive interview here!

BWW Feature: Monumental Theatre's Got The Beat with HEAD OVER HEELS
February 27, 2020

HEAD OVER HEELS is a jukebox musical that features music from The Go-Gos and the story line of Sir Philip Sidney's 16th Century romance prose 'Arcadia'. It's a fun story of inclusion and it opens Monumental Theatre's 2020 season in Alexandria, VA. John Sygar plays Musidorus and his exclusive Q&A with Broadway World is here.

BWW Review: The Delany Sisters Get the Last Word in HAVING OUR SAY
February 24, 2020

HAVING OUR SAY is a staged memoir of the Delany Sisters, two women who experienced the Civil Rights Movement and lived to be over 100 years old and tell the tale. This quiet, comfortable play invites the audience to the sister's home as they prepare a meal on stage and recount their extraordinary lives.

BWW Review: Choctaw High School's BRIGHT STAR Shines Brilliantly
February 24, 2020

BRIGHT STAR tells the story of the unforgettable Alice Murphy, a strong-willed girl growing up and experiencing tragedy in the 1920s, and later in her life in 1940s North Carolina. This beautiful production is the Oklahoma High School premiere of the 2016 Tony-nominated musical that features bluegrass music by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell.

BWW Feature: Choctaw High School Presents Southern Story of Hope BRIGHT STAR
February 21, 2020

The Oklahoma High School Premiere of Steve Martin and Edie Brickell's BRIGHT STAR runs at Choctaw High School February 21st - March 1st. This Southern Story of Hope follows the dynamic female character Alice Murphy, a headstrong Southerner who faces tragedy and heartbreak along her journey toward becoming a successful career woman in 1940s North Carolina.

BWW Feature: UCO Spins Seductive with NINE
February 19, 2020

UCO presents the gorgeous, sexy NINE at Mitchell Hall Theatre. The story of one man and the women who love him is based on Federico Fellini's life and adapted from his movie 8 1/2. This dark and alluring show won the Tony Award for Best Musical in 1982.

BWW Interview: Breaking Down the Breakdown with Hedwig: Inch by Angry Inch Host Jonfen Parker
February 16, 2020

Hedwig: Inch by Angry Inch is a bi-monthly(ish) podcast that breaks down the Critierion Collection Blu-Ray of HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's hit punk rock musical turned 2001 sleeper hit of a movie. Jonfen Parker hosts the podcast and their exclusive interview can be found here.

BWW Review: THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL is a Trailer Trash Treat!
February 15, 2020

THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL is a rip-roaring, genuinely hilarious, and over the top good time for patrons of OKC's preeminent dinner theatre and drag club, THE BOOM!

BWW Feature: Lyric Theatre Celebrates the Famous Delany Sisters in HAVING OUR SAY
February 12, 2020

HAVING OUR SAY tells the story of the Delany sisters, two sisters who were born to a former slave and grew up in the Jim Crow South. The Delany sisters both lived to be over 100 years old, and wrote their version of events in the 1993 biography that inspired the play. Lyric's production features two Broadway stars in the roles of Bessie and Sadie.



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