Now in its third season as an independent entity after its city funding was cut, Heller Theatre Company walks the talk in the Tulsa theater community, coming up with new ways to support, produce, and engage artists and viewers alike in the craft of writing and performing plays. This season, Heller took a gamble in a city that needs more gambles in the arts department and decided to produce only original works. So far, so fun: They’ve partnered with the Tulsa Latino Theater Company for “Time for Chocolate” and started a series called Second Sunday Serials (parts of which are streamed live on Facebook), where audience members vote on which works-in-progress get to be developed as they move to the next round. “Triple Feature,” an evening of one-act plays at Tulsa’s original indie theater, the Nightingale, closes the season, featuring new work by David Blakely (whose “The Light Fantastic, Or In the Wood” won a TATE award last year), Michael Wright (University of Tulsa applied of creative writing, theatre, and film), and Archer C. Williams (who won best in show in the 2017 Heller Shorts contest).
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