Drama students use skills to tech Sequoyah Institute shows

Published 10/17/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

Sequoyah Institute’s motto is “Enriching lives through arts and culture.” It is the aim to enrich the lives of everyone involved, even the drama students backstage at the shows. For many years, students and instructors of the drama program have teamed up with the SI to assist in all sorts of theatrical technical aspects for the SI season of shows. Even though every show in a typical SI season is not a play, drama students are still able to help with technical aspects they have already learned about in the classroom like lighting or sound.

University Singers perform fall concert series

Published 10/10/17

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Valeriia Efimenko, TNE Writer

For the past three years, NSU’s University Singers has performed a concert series called Music in the Rough, where singers performed in locations that classical music would not always be performed. This fall, the concert will break away from that, and it is different than anything students have performed previously. 

Tahlequah music scene consists of more than just Red Dirt

Published 9/28/17

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Taylor Brown

TNE Writer

In the last few years, the Tahlequah pop punk and punk rock music scenes have steadily grown. Many students at NSU supported that growth, whether it be through purchasing merchandise and tickets to shows or by joining the bands that make up the scene. With venues like Dream Theater, and festivals like Green Country Roots, Tahlequah has made a home for the not-so-expected music genre.


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