2017-2018

Michelle Collom and Kaye Brownlee-France in "Watch Party" by John Mark Day

Michelle Collom and Kaye Brownlee-France in "Watch Party" by John Mark Day

Andy Axewell in "The Interrogation of Richard Mansfield", Actor by Tim Prasil

Andy Axewell in "The Interrogation of Richard Mansfield", Actor by Tim Prasil

Justin Tomlinson and Steve Barker in "Sedatives" by Quinn Blakely

Justin Tomlinson and Steve Barker in "Sedatives" by Quinn Blakely

Charlie Walter in "Art of the Sale" by Luke Thompson

Charlie Walter in "Art of the Sale" by Luke Thompson

Ethyn Gutierrez and Barbara Murn in "Two Lies and the Truth?" by Archer C. Williams

Ethyn Gutierrez and Barbara Murn in "Two Lies and the Truth?" by Archer C. Williams

MacKenzie Bryan, Alissa Monroe, and Deborah Bosworth Campbell in "The Commemorative" by Susan Apker

MacKenzie Bryan, Alissa Monroe, and Deborah Bosworth Campbell in "The Commemorative" by Susan Apker

Ethyn Gutierrez and Kia Dorsey in "A Dip in the Pool" by Jenny Clyde

Ethyn Gutierrez and Kia Dorsey in "A Dip in the Pool" by Jenny Clyde

Nick Lutke, Beka Schneck, Andrew Nichols, and Da Leigh in "Free Kittens" by Daniel Hitzman

Nick Lutke, Beka Schneck, Andrew Nichols, and Da Leigh in "Free Kittens" by Daniel Hitzman

Heller Shorts 2017: The Dog 8 My Shorts

For its eighth year, "Heller Shorts" presented another magnificent evening of short plays. Exploring the theme of "bad excuses," these plays ran the gamut from time-travel comedy to familial drama, from psychological thriller to romantic comedy! There is no more variety in Tulsa theatre than "Heller Shorts!" And with local playwrights, directors, cast, and crew, your support of local theatre has never reached a wider array of creatives at once.

The productions were: 

Watch Party by John Mark Day; Directed by Adrienne Dawes
The Interrogation of Richard Mansfield, Actor by Tim Prasil; Directed by Robert Reynolds
Sedatives by Quinn Blakely; Directed by Jack Allen
Art Of The Sale by Luke Thompson; Directed by Audie Pritchett
Two Lies and The Truth by Archer C. Williams; Directed by Kia Dorsey
The Commenorative by Susan Apker; Directed by Frank Gallagher
Watch Party by John Mark Day; Directed by Adrienne Dawes
Free Kittens by Daniel Hitzman; Directed by Charles Walter

 

Time for Chocolate

An original play by University of Tulsa professor Bruce Dean Willis, directed by David Blakely, and presented in conjunction with Tulsa Latino Theatre, Time for Chocolate is a tale of war, family, coming-of-age, and ancient Mexican history told with the poetry known as “flower song.” Time for Chocolate features metaphysical debates, exciting fighting, historical riddles, bawdy rhymes, and of course, mushroom-laced hallucinogenic chocolate for everyone!