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Go Witt the flow

Thespian and songwriter Alicia Witt hits Oklahoma City to act and sing

Gazette staff June 1st, 2011

Currently in town filming the drama “Cowgirls ’n Angels” with Oscar nominee James Cromwell (“Babe”), actress Alicia Witt will swing by The Blue Door on Thursday night.

Alicia Witt
Credits: Lauren White

Why? The redheaded thesp, perhaps best known for her work in “Urban Legend,” “Mr. Holland’s Opus” and TV’s “Cybill,” is also an accomplished singer/songwriter and classically trained pianist. Having spent the last three years performing songs of her own creation in venues nationwide, she’ll do the same at The Blue Door, 2805 N. McKinley. In the meantime, her recently released, self-titled EP is available on iTunes.

The all-ages show starts at 8 p.m.

Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. For more information, call 524-0738 or visit —Gazette staff

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