Friday, January 17, 2020

Unscrewed Theater's 6th Anniversary on Speedway


From: Unscrewed Theater <>
Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2020 10:09 AM
Subject: PRESS RELEASE: Unscrewed Theater's 6th Anniversary on Speedway




January 31' & February lst


And Unscrewed Theater is celebrating SIX YEARS ON SPEEDWAY. Yes, we opened our doors in our original location a full six years ago. After 11 years of being a nomadic improv troupe performing from one end of Tucson to the other, we found our forever home. Right in the middle of town on Speedway Blvd.

On Friday, January 313t, we'll have our family friendly improv show (at our regular price of $5 for kids & $8 for adults) — and we'll be sharing the stage with Ken Carr. You know Ken —he's the weekdays radio host on The Drive — 101.7 FM / AM 830. The mastermind behind Whats Up Tucson - the Twitter feed where Tucson Finds Out What's Up & winner of Best Local Twitter Feed in the Tucson Weekly's 2019 Best Of Tucson. He might even have KENhead merchandise available because there's nothing more exciting than getting some KENhead. Well, maybe, actually seeing Ken on stage.

Get Tickets here —

Then, there's Saturday, Feb lst. That's when we REALLY pull out all the stops.

We'll kick off the shortest month of the year with our longest show of the year. 7:30 — 10:00, to be precise. ALL THE HOUSE TEAMS will hit the stage with none other than David Fitzsimmons - entertainer, playwright, comedian, columnist, and Jong-time editorial cartoonist for the Arizona Daily Star. In print, he's great — but in person, he's not to be missed. This guy is the whole package.

And, as if that wasn't enough, we've got prizes and giveaways. No, not raffles. We're giving you stuff just for coming to the show! Some big stuff. Some little stuff. But lots of stuff. AND we'll announce our new fundraising project, that'll be a win-win for all of us. You help us out, and we'll help you out!

Tickets for this one-of-a-kind free-for-all are only $20. And you can get them online now -

And we suggest you do that soon, cuz while our theater is roomy and all, there are only so many of those comfy black chairs we can fit in there. Keep an eye on our Facebook & Twitter for news as it develops — and you can always get your tickets for everything we do at



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Thursday, January 16, 2020

Audition Announcement - The Gaslight Theatre Spring Show


From: Heather Stricker-DeBenedetti <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 1:49 PM
Subject: Audition Announcement - The Gaslight Theatre Spring Show



Auditions for the Gaslight Theatre's 2020 Spring Show!


The Gaslight Theatre is holding open-call auditions for their upcoming 2020 spring show, "Buccaneers of the Caribbean" and for the rest of the 2020 season!

Auditions are on Saturday, February 1, at 1:00PM

Auditions will be held at:

The Gaslight Theatre
7010 E. Broadway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85710
Box Office: 520-886-9428

The Gaslight is seeking strong singers and actors ages 18 and older. Previous stage and performing experience required. Please prepare one uptempo song, 32 bars only. Sheet music needs to be in your appropriate key. An accompanist will be provided, no recorded music. Please also bring your headshot and resume. You will also be required to do a cold read. All Gaslight actors are contracted and paid. *Please be ON TIME at 1:00PM if you wish to audition.

"Buccaneers of the Caribbean" runs from April 2-June 7, 2020


For questions or more information, please email 




Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Something Something Theatre: CRY IT OUT, a play about...



From: Something Something Theatre <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 5:25 PM
Subject: CRY IT OUT, a play about...






...a corporate attorney, a hospital clerk, a high-end jewelry designer.
They have nothing in common,
except that they all have weeks-old babies.









by Molly Smith Metzler 


A story about relationships born of love and need, 
of decisions made heart-breakingly difficult by financial considerations.  




directed by Whitney Morton Woodcock


Robin Carson as LINA

Gabriella De Brequet as ADRIENNE

Eddie Diaz as MITCHELL

Meagan Jones as JESSIE

~     ~     ~     ~     ~ 


tickets for all high school

and college students

or teachers, with I.D.





"It's often funny, but it's a very emotional show. It's about a time in life when we're all confronted with a sudden rush of love, when our priorities get re-centered in the blink of an eye, an eye that does not belong to ourselves. It's about an avalanche of affection, responsibility, fear and self-doubt. I liked it so much I wanted to set up a daycare in the lobby."





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Filmmaker and YouTube Star Darious Britt reveals all - Personal Branding in the Era of Social Media


From: Lorsung, Jordan Marie - (jlorsung) <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 5:01 PM
Subject: For Immediate Release: Filmmaker and YouTube Star Darious Britt reveals all - Personal Branding in the Era of Social Media



Filmmaker and YouTube Star Darious Britt reveals all:

Personal Branding in the Era of Social Media 



Tucson, AZ, January 13, 2020 – As part of its Day for Night: Conversations on Film & Television seriesthe UA School of Theatre, Film & Television (TFTV) presents a talk by YouTube star and TFTV alumnus Darious Britt entitled Personal Branding: Thriving in the Era of Social Media on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 7:00pm at the Haury Lecture Hall (S107) in the Environment and Natural Resources ENR2 Building (1064 E Lowell Street Tucson, AZ 85719) with a reception to follow. The event is free. Reservations are recommended. Seats can be reserved at


The third in the School's new series explores how to cut through the noise and actually connect with audiences via social media – an essential tool for artists and entrepreneurs in today's crowded media environment. A TFTV graduate, Darious has gained worldwide attention with his YouTube channel D4Darious, where his tips on filmmaking, screenwriting and directing have garnered more than 18 million views.


"Many people are intimidated about entering the social media space and building a brand. The reality is small tweaks make big peaks - the smallest things make the biggest difference. You don't have to have major splashy effects to build an audience for yourself," says Britt. In his presentation, the filmmaker will share best practices for building and expanding a personal brand.


The School of Theatre, Film & Television's new lecture series Day for Night: Conversations on Film & Television places a spotlight on the work of TFTV alumni and faculty members, comprising internationally recognized filmmakers, producers, and scholars.


Darious Britt is a Director, Producer, Screenwriter and Actor. He graduated from the School of Theatre, Film & Television in 2012 with a BA in Media Production. His short film Seafood Tester toured to multiple international film festivals including the Oscar-qualifying Aspen Shortsfest in 2012. In August of 2013 Darious created the YouTube channel D4Darious, and it has since grown to attract over 375,000 subscribers and 18.5 million views and counting. His first feature film UNSOUND won 7 awards including best director at The Pan African Film Festival in 2015. In 2019 Britt won nine Telly awards for his feature UNSOUND and the documentary How I Made My FIRST Movie | Making UNSOUND!


About the School of Theatre, Film & Television

The University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television (TFTV) aims to nurture and develop outstanding artists and scholars by providing rigorous training and mentoring by internationally recognized faculty, excellent internship opportunities, industry-standard resources, and hands-on production experience. TFTV offers comprehensive training programs that prepare students to succeed in a wide range of careers - in the industry, the arts, and higher education. Each year through Arizona Repertory Theatre productions, the Theatre Studies Performance Showcase, and Film & Television screenings, students of TFTV showcase their talents, tell compelling stories, and provide clear results of what happens in their classrooms and studios.  In late 2019, TFTV's Film & Television program was ranked #25 in The Wrap's "Top 50 Film Schools," making UA one of the country's top institutions to study film, and the School's Theatre programs regularly rank in Onstage's "Top 30 College Musical Theatre Programs" and "Top 30 College Theatre Design & Tech Programs."



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From: Winding Road <>
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2020 4:18 PM
Subject: Winding Road - news release



Festival celebrates its second year of production

Tucson, AZ, January 13, 2020 - Winding Road Theater Ensemble today announced the eight 10-minute plays selected for its second annual production of "Eight los in Tucson", a 10-minute play festival. The Show opens April 16, 2020, for a two-week run at the Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre at the Historic Y, 738 N 5th Avenue, Tucson.

In a blind selection from more than 30o submissions nationwide, the Chosen plays include:

  • Theater More Like Baseball by Mark Cornell (Chapel Hill, NC)
    Friends at a play. One of them would rather be at a baseball game.
  • Wolves by John Cafiero (Tucson, AZ)

A hitchhiker's ride to the next toton quickly becomes more complex, and dangerous, than they could

have euer imagined.

  • Foster Poet by Clinton Festa (Greensboro, NC)

After a poet grades out of the local coffee house scene, a Tucson family decides if they rill make their

house his forever home.'

  • Choices by Jim McLindon (Northampton, MA)

A debtor burdened by crushing student loans is offered a way out ... but is the deal too good to be true?

  • Only Essentials by Michael Adams (Camarillo, CA)

While facing evacuation from their home due to an approaching toildfire, a couple find a box tucked into a doset corner, their son's ashes inside. Reminiscing about &hat they've lost, they question whether to take the box with them or leave it behind.

  • Everything Happens for a Reason... Right? by William Royce (Valley Glen, CA) Sometimes it takes a body an the kitchen floor to bring ttoo people together.
  • Visions of an Eagle atop a Cactus eating a Snake by Andrew Sianez-De La 0 (Jamaica Plain, MA) A Tather, raising a child in increasingly terrifting times, takes his daughter to the desert to shoto her a piece of her Aast. A family history of visions and homes left behind; of eagles and the sacrifices toe make for the ones toe love.

·    "Scripted" by Mark Harvey Levine (Indianapolis, IN)
A couple toake up and accidentally find a copy of the play they're in.

All plays were evaluated through a "blind" process; all of the playwrights' identifiable information was redacted from every script prior to being distributed to our Reading Committee, consisting of more than twenty members of the performing arts community. From eighteen semifinalists, Winding Road's Artistic Director and Festival Producer selected the final line-up, with an eye to assembling an eclectic evening of entertainment. Arizona playwrights were evaluated separately, using the same blind process as all other submissions.

"Eight los in Tucson" will feature more than a dozen local-area actors, including many perennial favorites, supported by a core team of experienced designers and technical staff.

There will be seven performances over the production's two week run, opening April 17, 2020, with 7:3o p.m. evening shows on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2:00 p.m. matinee shows on Sundays. A special preview performance will run Thursday, April 16, at 7:3o p.m.

General Admission at the door is $28. Discounts are available with advance purchases and reservations, as well as special rates for students, active military, and first responders. Visit for details.

Winding Road Theater Ensemble is a non-profit Tucson-based theater company. Co-founded in 2008 by Glen Coffman and Toni Press-Coffman, the Company is committed to telling dynamic theatrical stories that illuminate the human condition and celebrate theater's power to entertain diverse audiences. More information is available at the Company's web site,

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Friday, January 10, 2020


By Chuck Graham,

photo by Tim  Fuller
The Emcee (Sean Patrick Doyle) and Sally Bowles (Madison Micucci) tantalize all tastes in ATC's "Cabaret"
Anger is the new laughter in “Cabaret,” given a bristling political interpretation by director Sara Bruner and forcefully presented by the Arizona Theatre Company.
Like no other version of the famed Broadway classic that has played Tucson in the last 40 years, this “Cabaret” is not about the fun. Bruner never wants you to forget the burgeoning Nazi threat tugging on the sleeve of everyone we meet – from the heartbreaking November romance of Fraulein Schneider (Lori Wilner) and Herr Shultz (David Kelly) to the show business obsessed Sally Bowles (Madison Micucci) to, of course, the sexually voracious and versatile Emcee (Sean Patrick Doyle).
All have deeply different reasons for ignoring the reality of a looming war propelled by the growing popularity of the Nazi party in a sinking German economy in 1931.
If you are among the millions who love the traditional Broadway “Cabaret” with its peppy Sally Bowles as defined by Liza Minnelli in the 1972 film, please know this ATC version is nothing like that.
The story is still the same, the songs are still the same, all the singers have excellent voices, but the new emphasis is on reminding every audience how an equally ominous political threat right now could be rising outside ATC's very own theater.
Not that there's anything wrong with that. Just be ready. 
The stage setting, designed by Kris Stone, is full of pipes, walkways and dangling wires, suggesting the backstage bones of an imminent scene change. Splashes of real walls, furniture, etc, are moved on and off stage as the story progresses.
Be sure to take your seat before the play begins, because that legendary “Willkommen! Bienvenu! Welcome!” introduction to the Kit Kat Klub, filled with more different kinds of sexual innuendo than is listed in Webster's dictionary, is the best part.
Doyle's singing and prancing is complemented by a hearty lineup of chorus girls flaunting every manner of undress, eager to sing along and help you out. The Emcee makes perfectly clear he is capable of enjoying all the dishes on this long menu of salacious appetites.
The energy he projects creates a rushed feeling that time is running out for all the perverts thronging to Berlin.
Unfortunately, this unabashed enthusiasm for decadence doesn't re-appear in subsequent dance numbers set in the Kit Kat Klub. Everybody is moving around quickly enough and everything, but...well, the Nazis are coming and, know.
Sally's heartbeat hopeful Clifford Bradshaw (Brandon Espinoza), the young American just arrived in Berlin seeking inspiration to finish writing his novel, plays out his role as the canary in the coal mine, shouting for Sally to wake up and forget about her Kit Kat Klub career.
Maybe it's just the way Bruner as director shifts around the emotional emphasis of different scenes, but in this “Cabaret” the most touching love song of longing belongs – not to Sally with “Maybe This Time” – but to matronly Fraulein Schneider sacrificing her happiness for safety in such vulnerable times, singing “What Would You Do?”
That song title is a question that does linger, long after the show is over.
"Cabaret" continues through Dec. 29 at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave., with performances at various times Tuesdays through Sundays. Tickets are $50-$80. For details and reservations, 520-622-2823, or visit 


By Chuck Graham,

photo by Creatista
Foreground, Kat McIntosh (L) and Chris Koval, background Lena Quah and Danny Quinones, in "The Big Meal."
The Holiday Season is a time of reflection for everyone, regardless of religion, and the Winding Road Theater Ensemble has opened a pip of a show to encourage exactly that.
“The Big Meal” by Dan LeFranc could use a more descriptive title, but its essence is pure heart. Not the Hallmark Greeting Card kind of heart but the kind that fills the minds of all parents, especially the ones we see who are older now and sitting alone at a restaurant booth, quietly contemplating the arc of their own lives, wondering “What the heck was that 67 years all about?”
LeFranc doesn't have the answer, either, but he does want to reassure each of us we are not alone in our confusion. And that parade of events we call “life,” while it must be lived individually, is definitely a continuous group experience for everyone every day.
The playwright's theatrical concept is to start with two people in their early 20s – Nicole and Sam – then have three sets of actors approximately in their 20s, 35s and 50s-plus portray Sam and Nicole as they hit those chronological milestones which feel so unique when they happen but which, really, happen to all of us.
There's also a teen-type couple playing all the children and grandchildren that Sam and Nicole are responsible for bringing into the world.
Yep, that makes a cast of eight, running in and out of continuously evolving scenes playing the parents, the children, the mates of the children, the grandchildren and – the all-forgiving great-grandparents for whom the youngest tots can do no wrong.
The intensely focused director, Maria A. Caprile, keeps the traffic moving around a circular dining table set for eight, and does create a fine ensemble feeling for 90 nonstop minutes of challenging emotions both loving and chaotic.
The cast members and their roles are: Woman #1, Cynthia Jeffery; Man #1, Tony Caprile; Woman #2, Kat McIntosh; Man #2, Chris Koval; Woman #3, China Young; Man #3, Damian Garcia; Girl, Lena Quach; and Boy, Danny Quinones.
The play spans approximately 80 years and five generations. Deliberately omitted are any cultural references such as the Vietnam War or disco. These lives are timeless. Their significant events are romantic courtship, heated arguments, selfish children, bitter divorces, wishes for a second chance....all that, but never in that order.
Caprile loves how the influence of parents and the past are always in the air, always influencing the future. In the program notes she quotes William Faulkner, “The past is not dead. It isn't even past.”
After the play, you may be quoting your own grandfather, but definitely plan on setting some time aside for discussion. Everybody will have a different take on this "Big Meal."
All the actors deliver on the reality of their moments in all these lives. Some of it is more or less deliberately confusing, don't even try to keep everything straight in your head. That's not even important.
The artistic point is that life is going to happen to all of us, no matter what. Will something that surprised you at age five come twisting and turning into a life-changing decision for you at age 23? If it does, don't be surprised.
“The Big Meal” continues through Dec. 22 in the Cabaret Space at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave. ,with performances at 7:30 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $28 general admission, with generous discounts. For details and reservations, 520-401-3626, or visit

Ironwood Ridge HS Advanced Theatre presents William Shakespeare's Macbeth

From: Christine Fapp <>
Sent: Friday, January 10, 2020 2:26 PM
Subject: William Shakespeare's Macbeth

Something wicked this way comes!
Please join the Advanced Theatre students for their production of Macbeth

January 30.31 and February 1 at 7PM
Ironwood Ridge High School Auditorium
Tickets at the door only
$8 Students
$10 General Admission

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IFA Next meeting: Pivots, Pauses, and Flows, Uncovering the Hidden Structure of Documentaries


From: Independent Film Arizona <>
Sent: Thursday, January 9, 2020 8:35 PM
Subject: IFA Newsletter


Independent Film Arizona



Next meeting -- New Location - SAACA - Catalyst
The Tucson Mall - 4500 N. Oracle Road Suite 110 Ground Floor - Enter Door # 3 by Sears & JC Penney
Multi-Media Room
February 4th, 2020

Guest Speaker
Jacob Bricca
Associate Professor - University of Arizona - School of Theater, Film & Television

Pivots, Pauses, and Flows
Uncovering the
Hidden Structure of Documentaries:

Have a passion for Documentaries?

Author and award-winning editor Jacob Bricca, A.C.E. will deliver an enlightening, clip-filled presentation on how documentaries are constructed. Filled with insights from 20 years of editing experience, this presentation will change the way you think about documentary films.

Jacob Bricca, A.C.E. is an award-winning film editor, producer, director, and scholar.  He has edited over a dozen feature documentaries including the international theatrical hit Lost In La Mancha, the New Yorker Films theatrical release Con Artist, the Independent Lens Audience Award Winner Jimmy Scott: If You Only Knew and the 2016 Sundance Special Jury Award Winner The Bad Kids. A member of the American Cinema Editors, his book Documentary Editing: Principles and Practice is a part of the curriculum at film schools around the world, including the USC School of Cinematic Arts and the Met Film School in London.  He is an Associate Professor at the University of Arizona's School of Theatre, Film, and Television.

Congratulations to the 2020 IFA Board:
President: Genie Joseph, PhD
Vice President: Harry Walker, MBA
Treasurer: Michael Grigsby
Secretary: Sher Ribas Blum
Member: Anne Dalton
Social Media: Dave Gramling


Join IFA for $25! for the year! 
Go to
 Many benefits!



Listen to IFA board members on Mark Bishop's Radio X

Truth in Acting
How to Access and Express Authentic Character Development and Performances
Thursdays at 6 PM
Begins January 23, 2020
at Southern Arizona Video Productions
911 South Tyndall Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85719


$125 for a series of 6 classes
Drop-in Class Rate $30.

Taught by: Genie Joseph


We look forward to seeing you at the next IFA Event!



Learn more about independent film in Arizona and be involved! We offer educational monthly meetings with experts in the film industry - and it's a great opportunity to network with industry professionals.



IFA Website






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Thursday, January 09, 2020

Security Alert. Your accounts were compromised. You need to change password!


I am a hacker who has access to your operating system.
I also have full access to your account.

I've been watching you for a few months now.
The fact is that you were infected with malware through an adult site that you visited.

If you are not familiar with this, I will explain.
Trojan Virus gives me full access and control over a computer or other device.
This means that I can see everything on your screen, turn on the camera and microphone, but you do not know about it.

I also have access to all your contacts and all your correspondence.

Why your antivirus did not detect malware?
Answer: My malware uses the driver, I update its signatures every 4 hours so that your antivirus is silent.

I made a video showing how you satisfy yourself in the left half of the screen, and in the right half you see the video that you watched.
With one click of the mouse, I can send this video to all your emails and contacts on social networks.
I can also post access to all your e-mail correspondence and messengers that you use.

If you want to prevent this,
transfer the amount of $500 to my bitcoin address (if you do not know how to do this, write to Google: "Buy Bitcoin").

My bitcoin address (BTC Wallet) is: 14X3cD4W6rNmb1j15hbbYTUADSjRLPYWDW

After receiving the payment, I will delete the video and you will never hear me again.
I give you 50 hours (more than 2 days) to pay.
I have a notice reading this letter, and the timer will work when you see this letter.

Filing a complaint somewhere does not make sense because this email cannot be tracked like my bitcoin address.
I do not make any mistakes.

If I find that you have shared this message with someone else, the video will be immediately distributed.

Best regards!

Unscrewed Theater celebrating SIX years on Speedway

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Unscrewed Theater <>
Date: Thu, Jan 9, 2020 at 10:03 AM
Subject: Special Announcement from Unscrewed Theater



New Year


New Celebrations




Unscrewed Theater is celebrating SIX years of finding our home on Speedway Blvd, right here in Tucson, AZ.

We couldn't imagine a better community.

To mark the occasion, we're celebrating with a weekend of specials shows with special guests and special giveaways! 

Friday, January 31, We'll have our regular family-friendly show - and we'll be sharing the stage with Ken Carr. Yes, Ken Carr, the mastermind behind What's Up Tucson & the radio host on The Drive - 101.7 FM. Maybe you'll even score some KenHEAD merch. Opportunities are endless with the improv power of "Yes, and...:"

Saturday, February 1, we kick off the shortest month of the year with our longest show of the year. 7:30 – 10:00pm,. ALL THE UNSCREWED THEATER HOUSE TEAMS will hit the stage with none other than David Fitzsimmons - entertainer, playwright, comedian, columnist, and long-time editorial cartoonist for the Arizona Daily Star. In print, he's great – but in person, he's not to be missed.

And, as if that wasn't enough, that night we've got prizes and giveaways. No, not raffles. You get stuff just for coming to the show!  Some big stuff. Some little stuff. But lots of stuff.  AND we'll announce our new fundraising project, that'll be a win-win for all of us. You help us out, and we'll help you out!

Tickets for this one-of-a-kind free-for-all are only $20, and you can get them online now. Get 'em soon, 'cuz while our theater is roomy, there are only so many of those comfy black chairs we can fit in there.

Mark your calendars and come down and CELEBRATE.

Cheers to our Unscrewed family, friends, and to all of the amazing people who've made this theater what it is today.




On Stage this Weekend

We now return to your totally regularly scheduled broadcasting.

Shows. All. Weekend. Long.







Friday, January 10

Start off the weekend with a smile



7:30 PM

Family Friendly Comedy

Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed 

It's Friday and EVERYONE in the family deserves a laugh!

Come on down to Unscrewed Theater for our first family-friendly show of the weekend.

Just $5 for kids & $8 for adults


9:00 PM

UNCENSORED Improv Comedy

Free. Form. FRIDAY!

Celebrate Friday with some unexpected forms of improv.

When you let improvisers run wild, anything can happen - and probably will!




Saturday, January 11

Second Saturday Unscrewed Family Hour @ 6:00 PM



6:00 PM

Family Friendly Comedy

Unscrewed Family Hour feat. Comic Chaos & Safe Passage

It's improv comedy - just for kids! Every 2nd Saturday at 6:00PM is Unscrewed Family Hour.

Comic Chaos performs a superhero-themed show that is designed to be interactive and engaging for kiddos of all ages. this month, Safe Passage joins them on stage. There's no better kid-friendly entertainment in Tucson!

Just $5 for kids & $8 for adults


7:30 PM

Family Friendly Comedy

Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed

It's even more family friendly comedy @ the 7:30 show. 

Alan, Chris, Dawn, Mike, Rick, Rosanne - & your host, Cy Barlow! - will be bringing you the best improv games of the Old Pueblo. 

P.S. - if you saw the 6:00 PM show, grab a laughing pass and stick around for the 7:30 PM show for just $10!

$5 for kids, $8 for adults



9:00 PM


Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed



Our improvisers hold NOTHING back tonight. Keep the kids at home, because these shows can get a bit wild.

$8 for adults








Get your Laughing Pass Here!




Unscrewed Theater

4500 E. Speedway Blvd. #39

Tucson, AZ 85712


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