TCC Theatre presents ‘The Play That Goes Wrong,’ Nov. 16-19

“A riotous explosion of comedy.” The Daily Beast

Tulsa Community College Theatre Department presents the hilarious comedy, “The Play That Goes Wrong”written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields. The performance dates are Nov. 16-18 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. at the PACE Studio Theatre at the Southeast Campus. 

An Olivier Award-winning comedy, “The Play That Goes Wrong” begins before the curtain has even been raised, as the audience are present while the Cornley Drama Society prepare to stage its new production – the 1920s’murder mystery, “Murder at Haversham Manor.” However, the set is not yet complete and there is no time to finish it off…. the show must go on! With a murder (and a moving corpse) established from the beginning, the murder mystery gets into full flow. However, the props start to disappear, actors go missing, and the set begins to collapse around, and often on, the cast. Mayhem ensues, the acting gets worse, and the set becomes increasingly dangerous, but the company struggles on regardless. The question is whether any of the cast and crew will remain standing, or conscious, by the final curtain.

“The funniest play Broadway has ever seen.” The Huffington Post

The play is directed by Randall Pike and includes guest artist, Mark Frank, who will be playing Inspector Carter. Frank is an associate professor of theatre and is director and coordinator for the department. The play includes Kurt Bennett, Jenna Soltis, Canyon Garner, Jillian Mohn, Andrew Smith, Tommy Woodburn, Brayden Marchant, Valentine Tarpley, Conner Griffin, Derek Poore, and Dominic Diamond. The production stage manager is Moriah Jestus, and the assistant stage manager is August Doher. Aaron Kennedy is the lighting and sound designer, Emily Westerfield is the costume, and make-up designer and Randall Pike is the set designer. Moriah Jestus is in charge of properties.

For tickets, call (918) 595-7777 or go to

‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ is the Theatre Department’s second play for the academic year. The production is scheduled for Nov. 16-18 at the PACE Studio Theatre.
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