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Brown Bag It: Midday-time leisure on the PAC –


Lunchtime on a workday. You’ve acquired a sandwich you made the night time earlier than, possibly additionally a bit of fruit or bag of chips. You would possibly’ve gone somewhat loopy and thrown in a mini cupcake. You may have two choices: sit along with your meal within the break room and stream Netflix in your cellphone, or sit along with your meal on the Tulsa Performing Arts Heart, 110 E. Second St., and revel in a free, 40-minute live performance.

Such is the expertise supplied by the PAC’s Brown Bag It live performance sequence. A staple because the Nineties, Brown Bag It concert events are open to the general public, totally free, casual and pleasant to lunch eaters.

“The sequence permits us to open our doorways and to create and deepen relationships with each the viewers and music artists that will in any other case not attend or carry out in our facility,” says Terri McGilbra, the PAC’s director of programming. 

After a short pandemic hiatus, Brown Bag It returns to the PAC on Oct. 5 with a efficiency from Monica Taylor and Travis Fite, who will play songs from “Anvdvnelisgi,” the Cherokee-language album not too long ago launched by Horton Data.

The subsequent concert events within the sequence are Dec. 7 with the Pageant Bell Ringers (“an annual vacation favourite,” McGilbra says); adopted by March 1 and JazzThis! with duo Carl and Elizabeth Curtis taking part in beloved jazz requirements; then Could 3 with a celebration of musical theater legends Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II by a multifarious staff of performers.

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