Marking the 10th Anniversary of the Sandy Hook Shooting
Length: 90 minutes (Plus 15 Min Intermission)
Age Recommendation: 14 and up. Children under 10 will not be admitted to the theatre. All patrons must have a ticket.
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November 4 -13, 2022
Regular Tickets: $15-$30
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Student/Senior Tickets: $10 (Tier 3)
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by Eric Ulloa
26 Pebbles isn’t about the Sandy Hook shooting, rather it’s about a community that became the center of the world. It’s about the life-long residents, new residents, and even the local news reporters finding themselves at the heart of the world’s compassion.
You think you know the story, but so much happened in the 6 months after. There is laughter. There are tears. But most importantly, there is love.
6 actors play 17 characters in this play based on interviews with 60 residents who lived there during the tragedy. Every word is theirs.
The Production Team
Eric Ulloa is the author of “26 Pebbles,” which had it’s world premiere at The Human Race Theatre Company in 2017. The play was featured in American Theatre Magazine, The NY Times and won the Kennedy Center Citizen Artist Award for 2017. Eric is the book writer of the musical “Passing Through,” which was featured at Goodspeed’s 2018 Festival of New Musicals and was a part of the 2017 Rhinebeck Writer’s Retreat. Eric is also the book writer of the musical “Molly Sweeney,” based on the play by Brian Friel, which was a part of the Bay Street Theatre 2017 Festival of New Works. On the other side of the footlights, Eric was in the Original Broadway Company of “On Your Feet: The Story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan.” Eric has appeared on The 2016 Tony Awards, The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and A Capital Fourth. Eric holds a Bachelors in Fine Arts from the University of Central Florida.