‘Outsiders’ celebrate the arts
Tulsa will “stay gold” on May 18 for THĒ Brunch, a daytime gala fundraiser for Arts Alliance Tulsa.
Event co-chairs Doug DeJarnette and Mandi Tomasi
Tulsa will “stay gold” on May 18 for THĒ Brunch, a daytime gala fundraiser for Arts Alliance Tulsa. Guests will experience local musicians, artists, other performers and flash mobs, amid mimosa and Bloody Mary bars. Over brunch, Ralph Macchio of “The Outsiders” and “The Karate Kid” films and S.E. Hinton, author of the novel “The Outsiders,” will tell about the Tulsa filming and production of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1983 film based on the book.
Arts Alliance Tulsa is a United Arts Fund that raises money to provide ongoing support to Tulsa arts groups by consolidating cultural fundraising efforts into a single organization. AAT disperses the funds and records usage and data provided by each Alliance member for a better understanding of the impact of arts in our community.
May 18 | THE Brunch
11 a.m., Hyatt Regency, 100 E. Second St. $250, tickets; sponsorships available. Table sponsors are invited to join Ralph Macchio at the “Inside ‘The Outsiders’” cocktail party May 17 at The Outsiders House Museum. Benefits Arts Alliance Tulsa and its 40 local arts organizations. artstulsa.org