Sermon - Dr. Bob Long


The Pastor's Cut


Additional Information

Guest Singers at St. Luke's

Downtown Campus:

Kassie Carroll

Kassie is originally from Norman, but after receiving a degree in Musical Theatre from UCO, she decided to pursue a career in Musical Theatre.   Her career as actress and director led her to NYC, Sydney Australia and now back to Oklahoma.   Kassie, on her return to the Norman/Oklahoma City area, is busy with directing, choreographing, teaching and performing.  As a performer Kassie has performed Off-Broadway in New York, has toured and has performed in regional theaters all over the country. Most recently she performed in the tour of Flipside: The Patti Page Story which played off Broadway in 2012 but has been on and off the road since. She also performed in Gilbert Sullivan Opera Sydney’s production of Gondoliers in Sydney, Australia. Favorite directing credits include: You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Gondoliers, Princess and the Pea, HMS Pinafore, Game of Chance and Chicago. Favorite performance credits include; Flipside: The Patti Page Story, The Great American Trailer Park Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Summer of ’42, Beauty and the Beast, and SHOUT! The Mod Musical.

Tommy Cunningham

Tommy came to OKC in 2013 after an extensive career in TV, Film and Theatre in NYC. You may possibly have caught him on stage at the Civic Center in 2012 when he was performing in the Broadway National Tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera.  While in OKC, he has performed with Lyric Theatre, City Rep, The OKC Theatre Company, Sooner Theatre and has been a guest artist with The OKC Philharmonic and you may catch him on your TV in a variety of different commercials. This Christmas, he is returning to Lyric Theatre to join the cast of A Christmas Carol. When Tommy is not performing, he works as a representative for Leica Biosystems. Most importantly, Tommy and his wife Jenna have two beautiful sons Bobby and Brody.


Edmond Campus

Mandy Jiran

Mandy has served on the faculty of the OU’s Weitzenhoffer School of Musical Theatre since 2005. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre Performance from Oklahoma City University and a Master of Arts from the University of Oklahoma. Her professional credits include Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Kansas City Starlight Theatre, Great Plains Theatre Festival, Casa Mañana, and the Main St. Theatre. She has been a guest artist with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and performs with the Philharmonic’s POPS Chorale. She has worked as music director, accompanist, and vocal coach for Lyric Theatre’s Thelma Gaylord Academy and the Sooner Theatre Studio.

Mat Govich

Mateja (Mat) Govich was born and raised in Norman Oklahoma and is excited to be performing at St. Luke’s again. After spending eight years in New York, Mat and his wife returned to Oklahoma to raise their two daughters. While in NY, Mat performed in the Tony Award winning production of Cabaret. Since his return to Oklahoma, Mat has appeared in Fun Home and Freaky Friday as the Beast in Lyric Theatre’s original production of When You Wish; and as John Wilkes Booth in Lyric Theatre’s restaging of Sondheim’s Assassins. He originated the role of Glenn in Lyric’s world premiere production of Mann . . . and Wife, and starred as Curly McClain in Lyric’s Oklahoma!, which was recognized by both the governor’s office and the Rodgers and Hammerstein foundation as the official state production. Mat has appeared many of the Lyric Theatre’s productions, as well as productions of the Sooner Theatre in Norman and the Rose State Performing Arts Center. Mat has also appeared as a guest star with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and was a featured soloist with Irv Wagner’s Big Band. Mat holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Central Oklahoma.  Mat is currently teaching Voice at both UCO and OCU.

Video Clips - Movies and Shows

                             

Characters in the Show
  • Annie Oakley—a sharpshooter in the Wild West show
  • Frank Butler—the Wild West show’s star
  • Dolly Tate—Frank’s flamboyant assistant; Winnie’s sister
  • Buffalo Bill—owner of the Wild West show
  • Chief Sitting Bull—Sioux chief and holy man; Annie’s protector
  • Tommy Keeler—knife-thrower in the Wild West show; Winnie’s boyfriend; part Native American
  • Charlie Davenport—manager of the Wild West show
  • Winnie Tate—Dolly’s sister; Tommy’s girlfriend and his assistant in the knife-throwing act
  • Pawnee Bill—owner of a competing western show
  • Foster Wilson—hotel owner
  • Annie’s brothers and sisters: Jessie, Nellie, Little Jake, and Minnie
Musical Numbers

Original 1946 production

Act I

  • Colonel Buffalo Bill
  • I’m a Bad, Bad Man
  • Doin’ What Comes Natur’lly
  • The Girl That I Marry
  • You Can’t Get a Man with a Gun
  • There’s No Business Like Show Business
  • They Say It’s Wonderful
  • Moonshine Lullaby
  • I’ll Share It All With You
  • Ballyhoo
  • There’s No Business Like Show Business
  • My Defenses Are Down
  • Wild Horse Ceremonial Dance
  • I’m an Indian, Too

Act II

  • I Got Lost In His Arms
  • Who Do You Love, I Hope
  • I Got the Sun in the Morning
  • They Say It’s Wonderful
  • The Girl That I Marry
  • Anything You Can Do
  • There’s No Business Like Show Business

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