Wealthy middle-aged couple, Agnes and Tobias, have their complacency shattered when longtime friends, Harry and Edna, appear at their doorstep. Claiming an encroaching, nameless 'fear' has forced them from their own home, these neighbors bring in a firestorm of doubt. Julia, their adult daughter, also returns home looking for solace, after another failed marriage, upsetting the 'delicate balance' of Agnes and Tobias' household.

 

Winner of the 1967 Pulitzer Prize and the 1996 Drama Desk Award, Best Revival.

 

'Powerful...A beautiful play filled with humor and compassion, and touched with poetry...[with] the stature and eloquence of a classic.'-New York Daily News

 

Performances are January 28-29 February 1, 4-5 at 7:30pm and Sunday, January 30 at 2pm.  Ticket prices are $10 adults and $7 seniors and students.    A talk-back with the director and cast will be held after the Friday evening performances, January 28 and February 4.  For reservations and more information call 746-5065.

 

The cast includes Adrian Alexander, Ruth Neal, Monica Barczak, Georgie Kirby, Susan Webb and Michael Massey.  The show is stage managed by Sherry Zyskowski and directed by Julie Tattershall. 

 

Heller and Clark Theatres together have won 4 TATE awards for theatrical excellence.  Our seasons are again made possible in part through the generosity of the George Kaiser Family Foundation.

 

Henthorne Performing Arts Center is part of the Park and Recreation Department of the City of Tulsa.  Home to Heller and Clark Theatres, the Henthorne PAC is located at 4825 S Quaker just east of 48th and Peoria.

 

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Contact: Julie Tattershall                   

Phone: 746-5065 Email: jtattershall@cityoftulsa.org

Web page: www.tulsaparks.org