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George Romero • Director

There is a coffee spill on almost everything George owns and she can’t go more than a week without an avocado.  Her cats have voices of their own and regularly give speeches to denote what they’ve been doing between naps.  She hangs around creative people for inspiration and makes fun of the world because life is a ridiculous place to live.

 

Among other things, George Romero has been an actor, director, and writer for over twenty years, trying her hand at everything from singing to comedy. She uses performing arts education to build confidence through creativity, collaboration, and communication skills. Besides all that, George is a word nerd who takes great joy in seeing others unleash their own linguistic prowess with a fervor, and still makes notes of all the things she looks up in the dictionary.

 

Maddie Rice • Costume

Maddie Rice has been working full time as the second costume assistant at the Tulsa Ballet for over 5 years.

Taking a strong interest in costuming through cosplay, anime, video games and general love of fashion, Maddie has been designing original pieces for her own wardrobe, online store, and costuming for years.

 

Anna Puhl • Lighting and Technical

Time & Space

Told through the lens of an aging astronaut, Time & Space is a science-fiction one-act that examines the structure and mystery of interpersonal relationships.

 

Tabitha Littlefield • Playwright

Tabitha Littlefield is a member of the National Theatre Honor Society: Alpha Psi Omega and has been involved in the Tulsa theatre community since she was only nine years old. Some of her most recent roles include: Newsies (Katherine), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Puck), Beauty & the Beast (Babette), and she can be seen next as Eliza Doolittle in Theatre Tulsa's upcoming production of My Fair Lady.

 

Caleb Stirewalt • The Captain

Caleb Stirewalt is an American Stage and Screen Actor hailing from Hickory, NC. He has a degree in acting from Tulsa Community College, and has been in many productions throughout his 16 year career. You may have seen him most recently in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast with Theatre Tulsa, or on Facebook in a commercial for Martin Flyer. His favorite kinds of plays are edgy or original dramatic works, which is why he is ecstatic to be chosen to be apart of this show written by Tabitha Littlefield. He would like to thank Tabitha, George the Director, and you the audience members for coming to share a finite passing moment in time, to which the repercussions are forever expanding and unknown.

 

Thomas Hunt • The Companion

Thomas Hunt is excited to be a part of this original work. He can be seen in other productions around town and has fallen in love with the Tulsa theatre community. He would like to thank George and Tabitha for believing in him and letting him do such a cool piece!

 

 

 

 

Sidney Flack • Astronaut

Sidney Flack is an American film and stage actor.  He received his theatre training at Carnegie Mellon University in the late ‘70s, yet spent 32 years serving as a Lutheran pastor.  Mr. Flack has appeared in lead and supporting roles in a variety of films for both film and television, and has many credits on stage, including Antonio Salieri in Amadeus and, most recently, Flan Kittridge in Six Degrees of Separation.  His full resumé and information can be found at his website, www.sidneyflack.com.  Mr. Flack is thrilled to be a part of this small, but powerful ensemble to bring Ms. Littlefield’s fresh, new work to life in his first production with Heller Theatre Company.

Man About Time

A neutral space that exists outside the universe.  Welcome to the Void and the Vacuum.

 

Jack Allen • Playwright

Jack Allen is a playwright, comedian, and actor originally from Tulsa and now living in Chicago. His original play Cowboy was produced by 2016 by Midwestern Theater Troupe. He has also written and produced several live sketch comedy and variety shows including his Summer stage Tulsa production "Live from Tulskatown!" at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center and "Young Sheldon On Ice" at the Nightingale Theater.  As an actor, Jack has appeared in numerous productions including, Heller Theatre Company's "Bad Jews" Theatre Pops' "Why Torture Is Wrong And The People Who Love Them" and American Theatre Company's "She Kills Monsters". As a stand-up comic, Jack opened for national touring acts such as David Liebe Hart. Jack performs in the sketch comedy duo "Both" with his writing partner Dylan Burke and they have appeared on stages at notable Chicago venues such as iO, the Annoyance Theater, and Stage 773. Jack is the founder and artistic director of Two O'clock Four O'clock Productions. The Tulsa voice has said of Jack "This creativity engine is part of your new reality." He would like to thank his longtime teacher, mentor, collaborator, and friend George Romero, alongside the rest of the team at Heller for producing the world premiere of "Man About Time"!

 

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