Wednesday, February 24, 2010
"Time Changes Everything," a two-act play written by former Tulsa World entertainment writers Thomas Conner and John Wooley and directed by Vern Stefanic, imagines a world where Oklahoma music legends Bob Wills and Woody Guthrie meet. Wills and Guthrie are not known to have met in real life, but the theatrical version envisions a discussion about music and life between the two iconic figures portrayed by Oklahoma musicians Brad Piccolo and John Cooper. In the second act, Piccolo and Cooper join their band mates for a live musical performance by the Red Dirt Rangers featuring the songs of both Wills and Guthrie. The first performance of this unique production took place at the Liddy Doenges Theater in the Tulsa Performing Arts Center on June 25, 2009.
The show begins at 7pm on Saturday, March 20, 2010 here at the History Center. Tickets are available for purchase from the History Center Gift Shop or by phone with credit card. To order by phone, please call (405)522-3602. Reserved seats are $35 and general admission are $25. OHS members receive $5 off admission. Tickets are limited, so don't delay!