Angela Prock directs the play after making her community theater debut more than a decade ago in a Jewel Box production of the same show.
The play was written by Pulitzer Prize winner William Inge.
Director Don Taylor’s production runs Jan. 19-Feb. 12.
Restoration Church at the Dome and the 31.8 acres it sits on are listed as development land at $8.2 million.
Casting difficulties almost kept the show from happening.
God of Carnage features the boiling emotions of parenthood.
Jewel Box Theatre is hosting auditions in preparation for its 58th year.
Chuck Tweed By: Mark Hancock In June, Tweed celebrated his 40th anniversary working with Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N. Walker, where he started as a part-time volunteer and actor. Now, as the community outlet’s most decorated production director for 35 years, he said he has no plans of retirement. “It’s in my contract that when…
Jewel Box Theatre continues its 55th season with a double bill of one-act plays. First up is The Ugly Duckling, a comedy by Winnie-the-Pooh creator A.A. Milne. Set in an undefined fairy tale kingdom, the duckling in question is Princess Camilla, the recipient of a magic spell that fools the world into thinking that she…
Based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel, Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles chronicles a case in which the Great Detective and his colleague, Dr. Watson, are hired by a country doctor to discover the truth behind a mysterious family curse. The charming adaptation by Harvey Mackie, a beloved figure in the Oklahoma…