Second Sunday Serials
Second Sunday of Every Month
Agora Event Center
1402 S Peoria, #200
Second Sundays will have 5 short pieces competing for bragging rights and royalties. With only 3 audience favorites moving forward to the next installment, plays that don’t move on will be replaced by new pieces alongside the returning stories. While there is a serialized nature to the plays, each returning piece is a self-contained scene and short recaps will be provided to the audience to keep you in the know. What happens next? Find out on Second Sundays!
For consideration in each month’s event, plays must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 1st of that month. There is no submission fee and playwrights may submit up to two scripts each month, though only one can be performed per month. The three playwrights who won to the following month will receive royalties.
Beginning November 12th, monthly performances will be held on the Second Sunday of Nov., Dec., Jan., Feb., March and May at 7:30PM at Agora Event Center, 1402 S Peoria, #200. Ticket admission fee is only $5 per person, per month, and tickets are available at the door. Cereal snacks and alcohol will be available.
These plays may contain mature content and adult language. This production is made possible through the generosity of the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Heller Theatre Company is a member of Arts Alliance Tulsa. For more information, visit www.hellertheatreco.com or check out Heller Theatre Company on Facebook and Twitter.
April 6, 7, 13, 14 @ 7:30PM
1416 E 4th St.
To close out our first all-original season, HTC presents an evening of one-act plays by three local playwrights. We are excited to be showcasing an evening of longer one-act plays for the first time. The playwrights are David Blakely, Heller Theatre Company Playwright-in-Residence and TATE-winning playwright of last season’s “The Light Fantastic Or In the Wood;” Michael Wright, University of Tulsa Applied Professor of Creative Writing, Film and Theatre, and Theatre Critic for Tulsa Voice; and Archer C. Williams, the winner of 2017’s Heller Shorts “Best of Show” contest.
The plays are currently being commissioned and titles and content will be announced in Early 2017.