Round the Bend Players presents Wolfhawk and The Flying Eagles at 8 p.m. April 9 and at 2 p.m. April 10 at the Green Country Event Center, 12000 E. 31st Street in Tulsa, OK. Tickets are $5.
Wolfhawk is the totem of well-known Tulsa poet Deborah Hunter. She will be performing poems which reflect not only her African-American heritage but her Native American heritage. This will be the debut public performance of The Flying Eagles. The group plays regularly for the Airport Free Will Baptist Church. They also get together and jam, said spokesman Jerry Sparkman in a news release.
Green Country Event Center is located on 31st Street between Garnett and 129th E. Avenue. It is on the south side of the street, and the presentation will be in the farthest east section of the Center. Signs will be posted.
For reservations, call Nancy at (918) 743-6876. Round the Bend Players is the first senior theater troupe established in Tulsa. Its main focus has been establishing a senior theater program for mature-aged performers. Rita Boyle and Sherry Zyskowski are the founders of the program.