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2022 Chautauqua: Mark Your Calendars!

 Surviving the Sixties: Sex, Drugs, and Rock n’ Roll
   June 7 – 11, 2022

Under a tent on the grounds of the Tulsa Historical Society & Museum

Five talented scholars deliver entertaining, insightful and educational historical presentations and workshops. Each scholar has extensively researched the famous, infamous or obscure visionary they portray, to realistically recount the lifetime experiences of these remarkable figures in period costumes.

Enhance Chautauqua with a picnic! Bring a blanket and enjoy the lawn and gardens. Wine and beer are permitted. 

Performances under the tent, 7:00 PM

Tuesday, June 7th: Joey Media as Allen Ginsberg

Wednesday, June 8th: Dr. John Anderson as Christopher Isherwood

Thursday, June 9th: Karen Vuranch as Cass Elliot

Friday, June 10th: Dr. Ted Kachel as Timothy Leary

Saturday, June 11th: Randy Noojin as John Lennon

Daily workshops inside the building: 

Tuesday, June 7th:
Noon: Lennon Meditates by Randy Noojin
5:30 PM: The Path to the Gay Liberation Movement by Dr. John Anderson

Wednesday, June 8th:
Noon: The Times they are a Changin’: Poetry and Music as Social Commentary by Joey Madia
5:30 PM: Make Your Own Kind of Music: The music that influenced Cass Elliot by Karen Vuranch

Thursday, June 9th
Noon: Musical Theatre in the Sixties by Dr. John Anderson
5:30 PM: LSD and Religion – mysticism or mirage? By Theodore Kachel

Friday, June 10th
Noon: We Will Rock You by Karen Vuranch
5:30 PM: The Lost Weekend by Randy Noojin

Saturday, June 11th
Noon: Leary and his Ladies – from suicide to provisional stability? by Theodore Kachel
5:30 PM: The ’60s Couterculture and MKUltra by Joey Madia 

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