In the aftermath of the tragic shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, actor and writer Eric Ulloa went to Newtown, Connecticut and asked the residents five questions. The answers became Ulloa’s first play, "26 Pebbles". The title reflects the 26 deaths, described by one local resident as “pebbles thrown into a pond” which created ripples that captured the attention of the entire nation.
The play debuts February 2nd at the Human Race Theatre in Downtown Dayton. Community Voices reporter Renee Wilde went behind the scenes with the playwright.