Hear the 1920s-inspired music from “The Grave” as part of a free concert at Oklahoma City University at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 14.
Three of composer Nikolas Thompson’s score tracks from the award-winning film “The Grave” will be performed by a 21-piece orchestra as part of the free concert.
The concert will be held in OCU’s Medium Rehearsal Hall in the Wanda Bass Music Building at OCU 2708 N Blackwelder Ave., Oklahoma City.
“The Grave,” directed by Kyle Roberts, screened at San Diego’s Comic-Con International in 2018, and was named best short film at December’s “Oklahoma Film Fest ’18.”
“The Grave” stars Rett Terrell, Collin Place, Alissa Rose Ford, Adam Hampton, Stephen and Jacob Snovel.
“The Grave” was written by Matthew L. Price and was based on his comic book character who first appeared in “Speeding Bullet Comics Presents.”
The hard-hitting, comic book-inspired film is a pulp noir-style adventure set in the freewheeling Oklahoma City in the 1920s. In 1920s Oklahoma City, a few men are above the law. Fortunately, crusading reporter Walter Crim stands up to those who would oppress the innocent. When Crim can’t achieve his aims through the press alone, he becomes the dark avenger known as The Grave!
The most recent comic-book tale of The Grave appears in “Okie Comics” #4, available at comic shops and other locations in the OKC metro and at okiecomics.com.
Music from ‘The Grave’
7:30 p.m. Thursday Feb 14
OCU’s Medium Rehearsal Hall in the Wanda Bass music building.