Announcement for Dance Production 2022
The Performing Arts’ Dance Departments Students and Staff would like to invite you to their Spring Dance Production
On Saturday, May 14th
7:00 PM In the Auditorium
Spring Dance Production 2022 will feature your friends and classmates performing dances from around the world!
- We will feature Live Professional west and Central African Drumming!
- Student Choreography, and more!
Come Out and support your Folks!
Students have been working hard all year long, so come out and support their efforts
Tickets are $10.00 and are on sale now!
You can buy tickets from any dance student
Concessions will be available!!!!
Get your ticket early from any dance student or
From Ms. Travick, in the dance room
Don’t Miss it!! Your classmates will be LIT!!!
Support your Folks!!!!!
Support the Performing Arts!!!!
Support Oakland Tech!
Dance Production 2022!! Don’t Miss Out!!!!
Saturday May 14
@ 7:00 PM
Oakland Technical High School Auditorium!!!!
See You at the Concert!!
Our awesome students have been putting incredible work over their Spring Break to bring this fabulous production to life!
Opens April 21st at the one and only Oakland Tech.
Please register here for your tickets – payment at the door
limited Tickets will be available at the door.
OUSD students are $5
Adults are $10
Special Tickets for “dinner and a Play” April 28th and 30th with Food truck.
NO ONE turned away for lack of funds.
OUSD Orchestra Festival 2022
On Thursday 3/3/2022 live music returned to OUSD with the Orchestra Festival hosted by Roosevelt Middle School. I had been 2 years since the last performance.
Oakland Tech’s own fledgling orchestra performed Movement 2 of Mozart’s Symphony 25 and Hornpipe, form Handel. Additionally, some of our students participate in the Vivo Muse program, with Oakland symphony, and performed additional pieces.
Please enjoy their performances.
Muse Vivo performance:
OT Winter Music Showcase
After more than a year hiatus our musical ensembles made a return to the Oakland Tech stage. We want to thank everyone that came out to support and listen to music live.
We also want to thank our Oakland Tech Techies for helping make this a great return to in person music listening.
Please enjoy watching the videos at the link below –
1st Piece; 2nd Piece; Summertime 3rd Piece; 4th Piece; 5th Piece; 6th Piece; Debussy 7th Piece; Singers 8th Piece; Handel 9th Piece; Mozart 10th Piece; Singers 11th Piece; Zoe’s solo 12th Piece; Grace’s solo 13th Piece; Respect 14th Piece; Finale 15th Piece.
Much Ado About Nothing
Thank you to all that came to see us in person, donated money for tickets, and provided much support, warmth and recognition to our cast and crew.
After, more than a year of remote learning and no live performances our students and our crew – mostly new to their roles – with much dedication and commitment brought to life this play during their 3-day run in Novemeber. We want to extend our heartfelt thanks to all the parent support on and off the stage, and the monetary and community support we have received and that has allowed us to make this, our first return to a physical stage possible and successful.
We have been lucky enough to gain support from the unlikeliest places that allowed out to simulcast during our first performance.
You can view the entire play again if you so choose on the Performing Arts YT channel.
much ado about nothing
LiveStream link for 11/18 (Thursday): https://youtu.be/vNS9M7llu2E
We invite Oakland Tech students, parents, staff and faculty, and the community at large to come and enjoy an evening of live theater brought to you by Tech Rep students, the first in over 20 months.
When: Curtain is up at 7 PM on Thursday 11-18, Friday 11-19, and Saturday 11-20
Tickets: Students with School ID $3.00, Adults $5.00
Due to COVID restrictions our audience capacity will be limited, we encourage everyone to reserve their tickets at this link, for payment and pick up at the front of the Auditorium on the day you have selected. To address the limited audience capacity we will be taping our performance and posting it on our You Tube channel at a later date. We are attempting, with much community support, to simulcast at least one performance.
Please know that COVID-19 rules will be strictly enforced: all events will be subject to COVID-19 safety measures, which will include proof of vaccination, face covering, and physical distancing.
To add to the festivities, we are attempting to provide food and water for our audience prior to the shows – (if you are a community member and would like to donate food please contact our parent lead at this link).
We can’t wait to see you !
parent &community volunteers needed!
Dear Performing Arts parents and OT Community at large:
Our Drama department is working hard to bring you a play this coming November. The first play in over 20+ months! We need your help!! November is a crucial month of rehearsals ending with 3 performances.
The cast and crew are in need of the following:
Make up and Hair support – we need parent and/or community volunteers willing to help our students during rehearsals (you can check when rehearsals are happening here). You can also sign up by going to this link
Construction: Our Techies are hard at work, but they need construction support for set building. You can also sign up by going to this link
Cast food and meals: The cast and crew will enter a month of long rehearsals to organize the food donations for 45-to 50 students on multiple days as well as offering refreshments and food for performance nights to audience members. Please sign up here,
Front of house: During the performances we will need parent volunteers for ticket distribution and payment intake Please sign up here.