The Hospice: Produced by new OKC Theatre Group

Here’s an event with a charitable twist this weekend. I have worked with several of these folks and this should be great theatre. Break a leg everyone…

“The Hospice” A play by Mark Henricksen
Directed by Daniel Leeman Smith

For ticket reservations please call 405.410.3862 or reserve your tickets online at TheatreCollectiveOKC.com

Thurs. Dec 1st
Thursday night’s gala opening will begin at 6:30pm at the City Arts Center at Fair Park. The evening will begin with an hour of drinks and hors d’oeuvres in the City Arts Gallery. Featuring LGBT artists from the Oklahoma City metro area and local artists.
Tickets prices will include food, drinks, admission to the art show and a ticket to The Hospice, starting at 8pm. Food and drinks have graciously been donated by C.R. Head of Head & Country, and COOP Ale Works! Tickets are $50.

Fri Dec. 2nd and Sat. Dec. 3rd. tickets are $15.
Show times are at 8pm.

In partnership with Winds House, the Theatre Collective OKC presents The Hospice. 50% of the proceeds from this show will benefit the Winds House and their amazing cause. Winds House provides free housing and other support to the victims and families of those who are affected with HIV and AIDS.

A prime example of the AIDS plays of the late 80’s and early 90’s, The Hospice is a compelling story of how we deal with life, love, and religion in the face of an epidemic.

Featuring
Steven Fontenot as Claret
Audrianne Gunter as Suzanne
Mason Pain as Anthony
Colin N. McIntire as Chris
Micheal McNeill as Donnie
Stephen Dillard-Carroll as William
Caprice Woosley as Dr. Trautman
Daniel Ray Bays as Father Guy Mize
Too Too Cirlot as Claret’s Mother
Kristen Giles as Virgin Mary

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