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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Friday, September 26th, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Saturday, September 27th, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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BaconFest Tulsa 2014
(Sunday, September 28th, 2014)

Over the past decade, bacon has developed a cult-like following in our country. When a bacon lover enjoys this delicious delicacy, alone or with other foods, they are put in an incredibly happy place. From fast food to gourmet, and savory to sweet, bacon is everywhere. America’s love affair with bacon is what inspired the BaconFest movement, and we would like to take the opportunity to bring this unique, and delicious experience to hundreds of bacon-loving Tulsans, at the second annual BaconFest Tulsa, on Sunday September 28th, 2014!

BaconFest Tulsa is an outdoor event featuring small plates and tastes of bacon-based cuisine, sweets and beverages from Tulsa’s finest (and most creative) chefs, bakers, and baristas, all competing for the title of Boss Hog of BaconFest Tulsa 2014! Along with their all-inclusive tasting pass, guests may also compete for titles and prizes of their own in our amateur bacon cooking contest, bacon haiku contest, and bacon look-a-like contest – yes, we said bacon look-a-like contest.

Best of all, BaconFest is a benefit! Sponsorships and entry fees go towards much needed capital improvements for one of Tulsa’s most dynamic independent arts organizations, the Nightingale Theater and Midwestern Theater Troupe, Inc. Since February 2000, the Nightingale Theater, a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts facility, continues to provide Tulsa's only independent theater venue - a unique, vital, and indispensable local resource for theater arts.

BaconFest Tulsa was created and organized as a celebration of all things bacon. Food vendors create bacon inspired dishes, and even compete for the coveted title of Boss Hog of BaconFest 2014. There will also be live music and other activities throughout the day.

Dates & Times: Sunday, September 28th – 11am to 4pm
Outdoor Location: Centennial Park, 1028 E 6th St, Tulsa, OK 74120, Pearl District
Online Tickets $25: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/811230
Gate Admission $30

We look forward to seeing you at BaconFest Tulsa!

Price: Online Tickets $25: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/811230 Gate Admission $30

Location: Pearl District

Starts at: 11:00 am

Ends at: 4:00 pm

Address: 1028 E. 6th Street

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74120

Organization: Nightingale Theater

Web site: https://www.facebook.com/BaconfestTulsa2014

Contact: Sara Cruncleton

Phone: 918.671.2273

Email: baconfesttulsa@gmail.com


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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Sunday, September 28th, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Thursday, October 2nd, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Friday, October 3rd, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Saturday, October 4th, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Sunday, October 5th, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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