by Douglas Taylor
Concerned with the special “world” an artist builds to nurture and protect his creativity, this powerful and illuminating play probes deeply into the agonizing dilemma which must be dealt with when this hard won freedom is jeopardized.
by Ira Watson
In the Tulsa office of a child welfare caseworker, a mother guilty of child abuse is intent on regaining the custody of her son, even though he has been put up for adoption by the courts.
Both plays directed by Tony Savant
THE GINGHAM DOG
BY PULITZER PRIZE WINNING PLAYWRIGHT, LANFORD WILSON
A once happily married couple suffer through the first days of their separation. As they divide their possessions amidst the mutual recriminations and accusations, their tolerance level for each other sinks.
Tathia MomPremier, Jacob Cauthron, Joshua Heeder, Madeline Barbush
Directed by Tony Savant
November 4, 5, 6, 19, 20
December 9, 10, 11
Friday & Saturdays @ 8pm
Sundays @ 2pm
GENERAL ADMISSION: $12.00