By SHANNON MUCHMORE World Staff Writer |
SAPULPA — When Debbie Pope’s grandson asked her recently if he could some day act in shows put on by the community theater of which Pope is president of the board, she told him of course. ...
John and Emily’s well-ordered, middle-class life together is strangely upended when Emily begins, one by one, to lose her senses. Smell, taste, sight, and hearing mysteriously disappear, until touch is all she has to perceive the world around her. “Raucous, funny and unexpectedly touching.” The New York Times.
Challlenging, moving, and ultimately hopeful, A Small Fire resonates long after the final curtain comes down. Playing off-Broadway in 2011, it makes it's Tulsa debut April 5 at Heller Theatre.