This evening of one-act plays written and directed by locals will close Heller Theatre Co.’s first all-original season.
“Four Ways to Die,” written and directed by HTC Playwright in Residence David Blakely, is inspired by the true story of the Osage Oil Murders and based on Dennis McAuliffe’s 1990 nonfiction book “The Deaths of Sybil Bolton.”
“Going Out of Business, A Comedy with Food References and Salty Language, in One Act,” written by TTV contributor Michael Wright and directed by Angela McLaughlin, is a comedy about secrets, survival, a restaurant closing, and the ripple effect it has on its now-former employees.
“Speak with Dead,” written by Archer Williams and directed by Nick Lutke, is an absurdist comedy that takes place in the moments between life and the afterlife, and features a standoff with the Archangel of Death.
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