On this installment of ST, we speak with Jennifer Alden, the co-founder and co-director of the Tulsa-based dance company, Portico Dans Theatre. Aldren tells us about this company's latest production, which, per the Portico Dans Theatre website, "combines the drama of an opera ('Pagliacci') and the physicality of aerial dance in 'Pagliacci Project.' The production employs youth and adult dancers on aerial silks, lyra, trapeze, and the Spanish web. 'Pagliacci Project' is part of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center's annual SummerStage festival." This high-flying, high-kicking, high-energy mix of opera, dance, and circus artistry will play in the PAC's Liddy Doenges Theatre on June 12th and 13th at 8pm, with a special pre-show event at 7:30 pm during the June 12th performance. Also on our program today, we present another commentary from John Schumann, the guest host of our ongoing StudioTulsa on Health series. In this piece, with help from great writers like Anton Chekov and Abraham Verghese, Schumann explains why he'd like to order champagne on his deathbed.