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Art 2.0 Beyond the Barre


Sep 14, 2019
06:30 PM until 09:30 PM


 Enjoy an evening where you have the opportunity to try the performing arts that you always dreamt of, while enjoying great food, wine, beer and a private concert from Dickran Atamian: one of the most notable concert pianist of our time. For more information visit

This event supports the programs of Oklahoma Performing Arts. Oklahoma Performing Arts recognizes that the arts can play a vital role in helping young people develop a greater appreciation for teaching and learning, be a catalyst for motivating students to be successful in their academic subject areas and their ultimate life pursuits, help them discover their own personal voice and avenues for creative expression, and assist them in identifying ways to make a positive contribution to society. 

Oklahoma Performing Arts has provided so many valuable opportunities to students. The extra training as triple threat artists has enhanced many students talents in our full program.  The invaluable experience these young artists receive has helped them shine on the stage, created many lasting friendships and built leadership skills to last a lifetime.

Your donation to Oklahoma Performing Arts is a solid investment in the lives of youth. This is more than just a Dance program. OPA provides the platform for students to mentor each other, build leadership skills and learn how to thrive in real life challenges. The results are powerful! 98% of our students who complete the full program go on to college and 98% of those attending college graduate. One student shared, “giving a speech for my student council elections was easy breezy because I have had the opportunity to speak in front of large groups during my time at OPA. I was calm and cool, unlike many of my friends!”




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718 S Elm
Broken Arrow, OK

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Oklahoma Performing Arts



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Laura Norman Tyson

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