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UCO School of Music to present ‘There’s No Business Like Snow Business’

UCO musical theater students, from left, Shafer Wilkerson, a sophomore from Dallas; Sierra Sikes, a junior from Choctaw; and, Hagen Wano, a senior from Guthrie, will star in the upcoming "There's No Business Like Snow Business" production at the UCO Jazz Lab. [PHOTO PROVIDED]
UCO musical theater students, from left, Shafer Wilkerson, a sophomore from Dallas; Sierra Sikes, a junior from Choctaw; and, Hagen Wano, a senior from Guthrie, will star in the upcoming "There's No Business Like Snow Business" production at the UCO Jazz Lab. [PHOTO PROVIDED]

EDMOND — The University of Central Oklahoma’s School of Music will continue this week presenting its annual holiday revue, “There’s No Business Like Snow Business.”

The production will begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday at the UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E Fifth St.

“There’s No Business Like Snow Business” continues the UCO School of Music’s 18-year tradition of festive holiday revues, weaving the spirit of the season into an array of Broadway classics.

“Every year, we have a new concept for the show. This year, we are featuring holiday songs from musicals,” said Greg White, director of UCO’s musical theater division and the Broadway Tonight series.

“It’s become a tradition in a lot of families,” said Kassie Carroll Downey, theater arts adjunct instructor at UCO and director of this year’s production.

“The most wonderful part of the show is that people come from all over to see this.”

With nearly 100 students participating, this year’s performance will be produced on a grander scale than those in the past.

“There have been group numbers in past shows, but none quite like what we will have in this one. Because we are using songs from musicals, the size of the production numbers are quite large. Expect fabulous dancing, glorious singing and a few laughs along the way,” Carroll Downey said.

Tickets are $22 and may be purchased by calling 405-974-3375, or go to www.ucojazzlab.com.

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