NOC Presents A Tony Winning Production

Ponca City Now - November 21, 2013 6:25 am

One of the oldest rules in the books is don’t judge a book by its cover.

Seth Lieber, director of Northern Oklahoma College’s Urinetown said the play is not scary despite what the name implies.

“I think it’s a show that deals with bigger issues in a very, very comical way," Lieber said. "It’s funny, it’s got really some actually touching moments and the biggest thing is it’s not at all scary. Don’t let the title scare you, it’s about comedy, having a good time and it has some great music as well.”

The play brings you to a town that is experiencing a shortage of water and has won three Tony Awards.

Performances begin tonight through Saturday at 7:30 and a Sunday matinee at 2.

It will be at the Kinzer Performing Arts Center on NOC campus in Tonkawa.


Latest Stories

Suspect Arrested by PCPD Had Meth and Fentanyl Pills in His Vehicle

On Thursday, May 19th, at approximately 5:37 pm, Ponca City Police Officers responded to Timbers Apartments...

Capitol Considerations by Senator Bill Coleman

The day we’ve all been waiting for has finally come – the Fiscal Year 2023 budget...

The Mike Seals Jazz Trio to Perform at the Kay County Amphitheater May 28th

The Mike Seals Jazz Trio featuring Mike Seals, Kevin Roe and Kevin Leach will perform at...