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OK Chautauqua - Enid

OK Chautauqua - Enid

June 12, 2012

Behind the Screen: Hollywood's Impact on American Culture

Workshops Daily at 10:30am & Noon in Humphrey Village Church

Entertainment & Scholar Presentation at 6:30pm and 7:30pm
Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Humphrey Village
507 South 4th, Enid

Schedule of events:

Tuesday, June 12
10:30 am “Highbrow Meets Lowbrow: Hollywood’s Faulkner Films” with John Anderson
Noon “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness in the Creative Economy” with Charles Pace
6:30 pm Gaslight Kids
7:30 pm Jack Warner portrayed by Doug Mishler

Wednesday, June 13
10:30 am “On the Road with Bob & Bing” with Bill Worley
Noon “Jack L. Warner’s Golden Age Style” with Doug Mishler
6:30 pm Student Chautauquan night
7:30 pm Ethel Waters portrayed by Ilene Evans

Thursday, June 14
10:30 am “African Americans in the American Film Industry” with Charles Pace
Noon “Early Black Radio: A Groundswell of Democracy” with Ilene Evans
6:30 pm Doc Bryant and Friends
7:30 pm Bob Hope portrayed by Bill Worley

Friday, June 15
10:30 am “My Harlem: The Harlem Renaissance Through the Eyes of Its Poets” with Ilene Evans
Noon “Bob “Tinker Army Air Base” Hope!”—The Fabulous 50 Years of Bob Hope USO Shows with Bill Worl
6:30 pm Selections from “Fiddler on the Roof” presented by The Gaslight Theatre
7:30 pm William Faulkner portrayed by John Anderson

Saturday, June 16
10:30 am “The Stars and Wars of Jack L. Warner with Doug Mishler
Noon “Faulkner, Film, and Race: Intruder in the Dust” with John Anderson
6:30 pm Entertainment
7:30 pm Gordon Parks portrayed by Charles Pace