RECENTLY: Featured Performance
with Kristin Chenoweth &
The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra
For a one-night-only performance, Madeline was recently invited to join Kristin Chenoweth and The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra in song to kick off their 75th Season and very first in the brand-new Buddy Holly Hall of Arts and Sciences.
"The Lubbock Symphony is delighted about the homecoming of Madeline Powell to perform side-by-side with the legend, Kristin Chenoweth. We eagerly await for the two to take the stage together." said David Cho, LSO Music Director, prior to the show.
The LSO's special performance of “Kristin Chenoweth in Concert: For the Girls” was conducted by Mary-Mitchell Campbell.
Oklahoma City University's Music Theatre Class of 2021 presents the annual "Senior Stargazing" Cabaret, where it premiere on YouTube in December of 2020. Please join them in viewing the fantastic performances of their graduating class - from the comfort of your own home!
As 2020 left a financial burden on so many families, the senior class wanted to do their part in ensuring that future students have the opportunity to receive a top notch education. All donations were raised to benefit the Wanda L. Bass School of Music Scholarship Fund.
Masterclass with OCU Alum & Artist in Residence Kristin Chenoweth with Special Guest Richard Jay-Alexander
Madeline was among 6 students selected from her graduating class to perform and work pieces with OCU Alum and Artist in Residence Kristin Chenoweth, alongside esteemed Broadway director and producer Richard Jay-Alexander in
November of 2020.
Regional Premiere of Spamalot: Socially Distanced Concert-ish Version
After OCU's production of Spamalot, originally slated to open in April of 2020, was cancelled in the midst of the pandemic, OCU was given the opportunity to produce an adapted version of the script, meant specifically to be performed at safe social distances.
OCU's cast of Spamalot became OCU's cast of Spamalot: Socially Distanced Concert-ish Version and the production, in which Madeline played The Lady of The Lake, was recognized by Broadway World as the regional premiere. Following their closing night, the cast and crew were praised for their stellar performance, done entirely masked with all actors 10+ feet apart, and for making it all the way through rehearsal, tech, and production dates without a single cast or crew member contracting COVID-19.