10/03/2023 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 10/03/2023 14:24
The Southeastern Oklahoma State University Chorvettes' fourth annual "Magnolia Drive-In" performances are scheduled for Friday, October 6, and Saturday, October 7, in the parking lot of the Visual and Performing Arts Center.
Performances both days are scheduled for 6 p.m. and admission is $10 per car. Presale tickets are available at www.SE.edu/VPAC.
The Magnolia Drive-In series started in 2020 and was created by the late Dell McLain as a way for patrons to experience a live Chorvettes performance during pandemic restrictions. Performances will be outdoors, but patrons are encouraged to bring lawn chairs.
The Chorvettes will perform four pieces, with two solo performances, and multiple pieces by local dance studio AXIS, directed by Meagan Jorgenson.
The Chorvettes are under the direction of Deborah Clements, with choreography by Rebecca Walters.
For more information, call (580) 745-2696.
Founded in 1909, Southeastern Oklahoma State University provides an environment of academic excellence that enables students to reach their highest potential. By having personal access to excellent teaching, challenging academic programs, and extracurricular experiences, students will develop skills and habits that promote values for career preparation, responsible citizenship, and lifelong learning. Our over 5,000 students include 50% first-generation students and 28% students of Native American descent, with 82% receiving financial aid. Southeastern ranks amongst the most affordable schools in the region thanks to out-of-state tuition waivers, and is proud of its exceptional affordable accredited MBA program, stellar aviation program, and outstanding national ranking in graduating Native American students.