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BY Alicia Chesser l The Tulsa Voice 

The night after I talked with playwright Jack Allen about “Cowboy,” I dreamed about it. It was a weird, multilevel world of flickering Super 8 slides and the lonely sighs of tumbleweeds. Of course, I hadn’t seen the play yet. I hadn’t even seen publicity photos. Whether or not that’s what it looks like, the gloriously absurd world Allen described to me lodged in my subconscious—a suitably surreal testament to the power of his enthusiasm.

February 04, 2016 | 4:07 pm

By JAMES D. WATTS JR. World Scene Writer

A woman who was scorned and run out of her home town returns decades later to wreak a unique sort of vengeance in Samm-Art Williams’ play “Woman from the Town.”

The central character, Lila, has transformed herself from a poor, outcast, unwed mother into a powerful real estate mogul. As her home town undergoes an economic downturn, Lila is there to buy up the foreclosed homes of the people who treated her so abysmally.

But Lila’s plan, like any act of vengeance, does not work out quite the way she planned.

February 02, 2016 | 2:45 pm

By James D. Watts JRl World Scene Writer 

 

It took Charles Dickens only six weeks to write "A Christmas Carol," which was first published Dec. 19, 1843.

And it took about the same amount of time before the first stage adaptation of the novella was presented.

Since then, "A Christmas Carol" has never been out of print, and adaptations of the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and his ghostly visitors one bleak Christmas Eve are everywhere.

December 15, 2015 | 10:09 am

By James D. Watts JR. l Tulsa World Sceen Writer

Few things can tear a family apart quite like coming together after a funeral.

That’s the case in “Bad Jews,” Joshua Harmon’s comedy about a supremely dysfunctional clutch of cousins who engage in heated verbal and physical battles over which of them deserves a family memento.]

One believes she deserves it because she is the only “real Jew” in the family — unlike her cousin, who has divorced himself from most of the trappings of his heritage.

October 29, 2015 | 3:11 pm

By James D. Watts JR. l Tulsa World 

 

This is not your grandmother's "Rocky Horror Show."

It's been 42 years since "The Rocky Horror Show" first made its platform-booted entrance on to a tiny stage in London, and 40 years since the release of the film version, "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," inaugurated the concept of the midnight movie and created a cult audience for this melange of 1950s science fiction satire and 1970s-style pansexual outrageousness.

October 19, 2015 | 8:23 am

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