Saturday, May 26, 2018

The Gaslight Theatre presents GNATMAN

The Gaslight Theatre presents GNATMAN

June 7 – August 26


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7010 E Broadway

Tucson, Arizona 85710



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Watch Troubadour Theatre on Morning Blend! 

2018 Spring/Summer Discounts:
Introducing Troubadour Club Membership! Membership is $125 for ages 11-18 or Junior Membership is $100 for ages 7-10. Membership gets you 20% off all classes, camps, and workshops for exactly one year from date of purchase. (Member price is on top of other discounts like early reg and returning camper) Membership also includes a free Troubadour Club T-shirt. Sign up for membership with the online class registration link. 

Early registration: Register by 2 weeks before the start of each camp session for $25 off. 
$50 off for returning campers from previous summer camps. 
$25 off for siblings and referred friends (must be referred by a previous Troubadour student.) 
Multiple Camp Discount: Register for 2+ camps and all camps after the 1st are $100 off the full price. 

Scroll down (within this text box) to see all 8 SUMMER CAMPS AND WORKSHOPS! 


Rock, Roll, Repeat! A Rock n Roll Music Camp Ages 12-18 
Two Weeks, M-F June 4-15 9:00am-12:00pm 
Cost: $195
Camp Location: Troubadour Classroom 204 W Grant Rd 
Performance Location: Green Fields School 6000 N Camino de la Tierra 

First Spotlight: A Camp for Young Actors Ages 7-12 
Two Weeks, M-F June 4-15 12:30-4:30pm
Cost: $215
Production: Everybody Knows That by Marian Scadden
Camp Location: Troubadour Classroom 204 W Grant Rd
Performance Location: Green Fields School 6000 N Camino de la Tierra

Broadway Bound: A Musical Theatre Camp Ages 10-18 
Two weeks, M-F June 18-29 9:00am-4:30pm
Cost: $325, $25 off thru June 3
Production: Mary Poppins Jr* 
Camp Location: Tucson Girls Chorus 4020 E River Rd
Performance Location: Green Fields School 6000 N Camino de la Tierra

Antic Arts: A Comedic Acting Camp Ages 10-18 
Two Weeks, M-F July 9-20 9:00am-3:30pm
Cost: $295, $25 off thru June 24
Production: The Election by Don Zolidis (a comedy about a HS student council election)
Camp Location: Troubadour Classroom 204 W Grant Rd
Performance Location: Green Fields School 6000 N Camino de la Tierra

Summer Workshops!

Improv II Workshop, Ages 11-18
Saturday June 9, 10:00am-3:00pm
Performance begins at 3:00pm
Cost: $45
Location: Troubadour Classroom 204 W Grant Rd
Students will learn new improv games and perform a showcase for family and friends.

Improv I Workshop, Ages 7-12
Saturday June 9, 10:00am-3:00pm
Cost: $45, or only $30 thru 6/24
Performance begins at 3:00pm
Location: Troubadour Classroom 204 W Grant Rd
Students will learn new improv games and perform a showcase for family and friends.

Musical Theatre Workshop, Ages 10-18
Tuesday July 24, 9:00am-4:30pm
Performance begins at 4:30pm
Cost: $65, or only $40 thru 6/24
Location: Troubadour Classroom 204 W Grant Rd
Students will perform songs from various Broadway musicals.

Play in a Day! Workshop, Ages 11-18
Tuesday July 25, 9:00am-4:30pm
Performance begins at 4:30pm
Cost: $65, or only $40 thru 6/24 
Location: Troubadour Classroom 204 W Grant Rd
Students will write and perform their own play, all in one day!

**Mary Poppins Jr is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International, MTI. All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. A Musical based on the stories of P.L. Travers and the Walt Disney film Original Music and Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman Book by Julian Fellowes, New Songs and Additional Music and Lyrics by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, Co-Created by Cameron Mackintosh, Adapted by iTheatrics under the supervision of Timothy Allen McDonald 

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Friday, May 25, 2018

Career opportunities with Arizona Theatre Company

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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Unscrewed Theater #NextDoorTour of the neighborhood through June


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Mark Your Calendars  
 June Tour Dates Announced!


You asked for it, and you've got it! We're continuing our #NextDoorTour of the neighborhood through June.

Kick back, enjoy a gluten-free treat (or a slice of pizza!) and check out a mix of all four Unscrewed Theater House Teams every Friday at Dedicated Bakery and Saturday Mama's Famous Pizza & Heroes.

Oh - and there's still a few tickets left for our remaining May shows.


  • Friday, May 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm - SOLD OUT!
  • Saturday, May 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm - Limited Availablity


  • Friday, June 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
  • Saturday, June 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
  • Friday, June 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
  • Saturday, June 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
  • Friday, June 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
  • Saturday, June 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
  • Friday, June 29 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
  • Saturday, June 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm

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Teen Improv 2018 Summer Workshops

Know a teen who is looking for a fun activity this summer?

Send 'em to one of our Teen Improv Workshop Sessions! We teach teens the core elements of improv: agreement, listening, team work, and making honest and organic choices. 

Teens will be allowed to be goofballs in a safe, supervised environment, all while learning valuable character building and communication skills! Each class includes a student showcase (Free Admission!) held onstage at Unscrewed Theater. Registration fee is $200 per session.

Ages 12-14  
July 16-20, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
July 23-27, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Ages 15-18
July 16-20, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
July 23-27, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

REMINDER. Our location at 3244 is permanently closed. The building is intact, but very, very, empty - for now. Soon, it'll be nothing but rubble. Steer clear as you drive by on the way to 4500 E Speedway for our #NextDoorTour!

Soon, very soon, we'll announce our Grand Opening 2.0 at our NEW location 4500 E Speedway Tucson, AZ 85712.

Want more info? Give us a call. (520) 289-8076


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TIM Comedy Theater Grand Opening Weekend


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Sent: Thursday, May 24, 2018 7:37 AM
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TIM Comedy Theater
414 E 9th Street

Tucson, AZ 85705

Grand Opening Celebration

This weekend we celebrate the Grand Opening of the TIM Bar with a ton of amazing shows and events.  Come out to the theater and see all of your favorite improvisers and enjoy a beer in our brand new, air conditioned Comedy Theater.  

  • Friday, May 25th
    • 9pm - the 200th Soap Box show with special guest monologist Kelly Fryer an Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate.
  • Saturday, May 26th
    • 7:30 pm - The one year Anniversary of the Game Show Show featuring Unscrewed Theater's Michael Vietinghoff versus TIM's Justin Lukasewicz!
    • 9 pm - A Taste of TIM with an over the top number of TIM company performing.  See everything that we do, long form, short form, sketch and stand up!

Weekend Specials Include:

  • All classic TIM and festival shirts will be $5.
  • Announcement of the TCAF and CFCF headliners.



This Week's Show Schedule

Friday Night
7:30 PM - Improv 101 Showcase + The Riveters
9 PM - The Soap Box with Kelly Fryer

Saturday Night
7:30 PM - The Game Show Show
9 PM - Taste of TIM







This 200th Soap Box Show

Will you be there when the 1,000th Soap Box story is told?  It is hard to believe we have been doing this show weekly for the past 4 years.  We are really lucky to hear amazing stories from local Tucson celebrities.  Some Soap Box highlights over the years include stories from Kevin McDonald of Kids in the Hall, Jeannette MarĂ© the founder of Ben's Bells, David Fitzsimmons cartoonist for the Star, Isaac Marion the author of Warm Bodies, and Jimi Gianetti Rock Photographer.

This week we are super lucky to have Kelly Fryer, a current Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate.  Kelly has over 25 years of senior leadership experience. Since January 2013, she has served as CEO of YWCA Southern Arizona, a 100-year old nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of eliminating racism and empowering women,and driven by the vision of a world where everyone has the opportunity to thrive. Under Fryer's leadership, the organization serves 50,000 visitors on its two campuses each year, has grown by 400%, acquired two new businesses, expanded to a second campus and launched a statewide advocacy center.



Join the TIM Comedy School

Join the Movement, create a more fun life! Let us help you be more creative, spontaneous and playful while you have fun and make new friends. Psychologists and Business Schools continue to recommend improvisational comedy, the art of humor and applied improv to help develop communication and public speaking skills and to foster collaboration, nurturing empathy within relationships and increasing leadership potential.  You can develop all this skills in our introduction Improv Comedy Classes.

Improv 101 - Tuesday 4-6:30pm starting June 5th w/ Sara Alcazar Silva
Improv 201 - Saturday 4-6:30pm starting June 2nd w/ Sara Veronica Simon
Improv 301 - Tuesday 4-6:30pm starting May 22nd w/ Amanda Tennyson
Improv 401 - Monday 4-6:30pm starting June 4th w/ Justin Lukasewicz


Relive the 70s, with the Match Game is every other Saturday at 7:30pm this summer!




FOMP!  A show for the kid in all of us, the second Saturday of every month at 2pm!




The Soap Box is TIM's flagship show, Friday nights at 9pm!


Tucson Improv Movement

414 E 9th Street

Tucson, AZ 85705


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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Something Something Theatre Auditions


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Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2018 6:02 PM
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Something Something Theatre Auditions


We're looking for a few great actors!


We are looking for: actors of diverse backgrounds to participate

in our upcoming production, The Hall of Final Ruin, which runs

February 22 – March 10, 2019 at the Temple Cabaret as part of our exciting upcoming season featuring women and female-identifying playwrights.    


Where: the Community Playhouse Annex, 1881 N. Oracle

(just north of Drachman Street, on the west side of Oracle).


When: Tuesday May 29th between 6:30 to 9:30pmAppointments are required. Please call Alida Wilson-Gunn (director): 520-465-7908  to schedule an appointment or for more information.  Rehearsals will begin mid-January 2019.



·        Female/female-identifying performers of diverse backgrounds ages 19-60.

(persons of color strongly encouraged to audition)

·        Some theatrical experience required.  Improv, movement and voice training a plus.

·        Modest contracted stipends provided

·        Please bring headshot and resume


The Hall of Final Ruin


"Someday the 'madrina' of 19th century Santa Fe would like to die a good Catholic death and be buried in her beloved church, La Parrochia.  But Death is coming sooner than she thinks and the arrival of a needy Protestant, a fortune in gold, and the invasion of the American Army, complicate her perfect exit into Purgatory.  In order to save her family from ruin and earn her way into Heaven, the gambler must orchestrate a final, high-stakes card game in which all is both lost and won."

  • Kelly McBurnette-Andronicos, playwright 


The Hall of Final Ruin is a contemporary latino/a/x play set in 1846, but time is part of the game, as language and setting float out of one century and into another.  This comedy of desire, lust and death plays with cultural ideas of who we are, where we have been, and whether or not we are ready to go!

  • Alida Holguin Wilson-Gunn, director




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DESERT DIAMOND CASINO presents Michael Carbonaro. LIVE!

Ever wondered what it feels like to be on the other side of Michael Carbonaro as he works his magic to make people believe the unbelievable?  This is your chance to find out!  From his hit television series “The Carbonaro Effect” on truTV, magician Michael Carbonaro brings his signature blend of bizarre antics, audience interaction, hilarious video clips, and mind-blowing magic, live on stage!  Don’t miss out on your chance to feel the effect of Michael Carbonaro… LIVE!


JUNE 16, 2018 - SAHUARITA, AZ 





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The Gaslight Theatre presents Rock-A-Billy Raceway!


Rock-A-Billy Raceway! March 29 through June 3, 2018 

Featuring your favorite Gaslight actors/Experience the 1950s, when hair gel and race cars were all the rage! Expect this hilarious melodrama to spoof famous shows such as Happy Days, Hair Spray, and Grease! The Gaslight Theatre 7010 E. Broadway Blvd.




Adults $21.95/Seniors, Students, Military $19.95/Children $11.95/


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Monday, May 21, 2018


By Chuck Graham,


photo by  Scoundrel & Scamp

Matt Walley creates the woeful stage character Oaf.

Here we are in the middle of 2018, in the middle of the digital special effects revolution on screens big and small, where outer space meets grueling gore and superheroes have superpower talents equal to any task.

But here we also find Matt Walley on stage at the Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre alone with a handful of old school stage props and two clanking wheelbarrows full of miscellaneous house keys, car keys, desk keys and probably the key to your heart. The one you lost Lord knows how many years ago.

That's the kind of fanciful imagination Walley creates in his theatrical character known only as Oaf, a baggy pants kind of clown without makeup, wearing a jumpsuit of horizontal prison-looking stripes.

Clearly this fellow is a prisoner of circumstance, for sure. He comes on stage with a metal bar wrapped around his waist and a big lock dangling from the front of it. As he moves through his hour-long non-stop act there will be a lot of locks and elaborate struggles to finally break free.

But not nearly as many locks as there are keys lying around. Only...that's a part of life, too, isn't it? So many keys promising release, but none of them actually working.

Instead of technology, Walley is employing psychology. The kind that's been honed over the centuries by village entertainers silently playing bums and kings of every description in town squares of all sizes long before electricity was invented,

A brilliant stroke in Walley's act is introducing this character on an empty stage and then discovering that Walley is actually backstage at a circus freak show and his character is the freak.

At the most awkward moments in his struggles with all those keys, locks, chains and such, a curtain is lifted at the back of the stage and we see the front of a circus freak show stage where another audience gawks for a few moments while Walley is forced to pretend he is a raging wild man-beast.

It's all so demeaning, doubling down on the sympathy Walley creates fumbling through his struggles to finally get loose from his insidious bonds. Only to be forced into more humiliating work demanded by management.

Just watching him will become an easy leap to see the endless frustrations in your own daily life, spilling the breakfast coffee, getting stopped by all the traffic lights on the way to work, then having the office computer crash just when that big report is due – the one that you were supposed to have finished yesterday.

Walley does it all using no dialogue whatsoever, letting his body language and facial expressions tell the tale in ways that are universally understood.

Serving as director and co-creator is Wolfe Bowart, who has an international reputation as physical theater playwright and performer helping keep this timeless facet of entertainment alive. Bowart and Walley are Scoundrel & Scamp artists-in-residence

“Oaf” continues through June 3, with performances at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, at the Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre in the Historic Y, 738 N. Fifth Ave.

Tickets are $22 general admission, $20 for age 10-29, $15 teachers and students with valid ID, $12 children 9 and under. Questions? Call the box office, 448-3300. For details and reservations,



By Chuck Graham,

photo by Ryan Fagan

Lesley Abrams (front) and Carlisle Ellis in "Miss Witherspoon."

If you're feeling exhausted by endless waves of wacky news on the telly (and who isn't?) hie thee to Live Theatre Workshop for 90 nonstop minutes of wacky laughs in Christopher Durang's “Miss Witherspoon” directed with vigor by Sabian Trout.

After the playwright enjoyed decades of earlier success with such eccentric theater pieces as “The Marriage of Bette and Boo,” “Sister Mary Ignatius explains It All For You," "Beyond Therapy" and “Baby With the Bathwater,” Durang wraps us in a distillation of his best material in this fancifully metaphorical work (staged off-Broadway in December 2005) which LTW has delightfully placed on a bare stage and backdrop painted with fluffy blue clouds. (While you are waiting for the play to begin, there will be extra fun studying the cloud shapes painted by Karin Hupp).

“Miss Witherspoon” was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2006, although no prize would be awarded that year. Time Magazine and Newsday called "Miss Witherspoon" one of the 10 best plays of 2005.

This lineage is important to keep in mind because after awhile the dialogue starts to feel like the Best of Blenderized Durang. Not that there is anything wrong with that.

As we all know, Durang was permanently warped by his Catholic upbringing. But here he does give the Jewish religion a role of equal importance.

The Buddhists also have a comforting part to play as the Mental Balancers, telling Miss Witherspoon she must continue cycling through many rounds of reincarnation to purify her aura, which they describe as being reminiscent of brown tweed. (Somehow it always seems like damp brown tweed, but I've probably seen too many British detective films set in foggy London).

Nevertheless imagine this, a woman (Leslie Abrams) who seems to have already lived several interesting lives, including being married to Rex Harrison, is standing alone on the cloud-covered stage at LTW when she is struck dead by a falling piece of debris from the abandoned and disintegrating Skylab satellite as it re-enters Earth's atmosphere. (We never see this, we just hear about it)

Having to die because the sky is falling does not sit well with her even though she is, by her own admission, terminally depressed and unable to control a constant stream of angry complaints about most everything.

Soon enough she is joined in this kind of waystation in the clouds known as Bardo by the determinedly polite Maryamma (Carlisle Ellis with a vaguely Indian accent) who patiently explains the rules of reincarnation and its necessity. Maryamma also tells this woman that all the other spirits – they are sort of like the administrators of reincarnation – refer to her as Miss Witherspoon because she is so cranky and crotchety.

Maryamma also introduces each new scene, as Miss Witherspoon is forced to become a baby in its crib, later an upset teenager and then several other roles loosely connected to demonstrate many of the cruelties in modern life that come to people who misbehave.

Always over-exaggerated and pretty funny, we get caught up in the gems of truth contained in the silliness and absurdity of Durang's dialogue.

He is only too happy to take aim at all of society's Sacred Cows he can think of, while cast members Bree Boyd, Carley Elizabeth Preston (whose costumes include a marvelous all-white cowgirl outfit) and Drew Kallen-Keck play a variety of short roles supporting whatever reincarnation challenge Miss Witherspoon gets thrust into by Maryamma's spiritual associates.

The show continues through June 9 with performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays, 3 p.m. Sundays, at Live Theatre Workshop, 5317 E. Speedway Blvd. Tickets are $20 general admission, with discounts available. For details and reservations, 327-4242, or visit


Artifact Dance Project 2018/2019 Season!


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Sent: Monday, May 21, 2018 10:23 AM
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Artifact Dance Project

   - Season Subscription Renewals on sale mid-June
   - New Season Subscriptions on sale mid-July
   - Single Tickets on sale early August
Look for our season brochure in late July.

Positions of Power
September 20-23, 2018
Stevie Eller Dance Theatre
Artifact Dance Project tells two stories of manipulation and malice. Artistic Director Claire Hancock premieres her adaptation of Thomas Cullinan's novel, A Painted Devil, about a Union soldier who finds himself in an all-female boarding house entangled with rivalries and jealousies in the Confederate South. Music by Vincent Calianno for strings, piano, percussion and electronics. Hancock also remounts her version of Edgar Allan Poe's short story, "The Oval Portrait", about a painter who becomes so obsessed with creating a lifelike painting of his wife that he deprives her of real love in the process. Music by Dan Coleman for string quartet. 

March 21-24, 2019
Stevie Eller Dance Theatre
Artistic Director Ashley Bowman premieres her latest work, inspired by the epic musical score of Zack Hemsey.  The story of David and Goliath will take on a new and universal twist with Marquez Johnson dancing the lead role of Goliath supported by an athletic cast of dancers. 

Monologue of a Muted Man
May 3-5, 2019
Ina Gittings Studio 130 & 124
Artistic Directors Ashley Bowman and Claire Hancock team up with Patrick Baliani to produce his intriguing play, Monologue of a Muted Man.  Hancock will portray several characters, presenting herself as a one-woman-show through Bowman's choreography.

Mark your calendar for our annual fundraiser.
Dining and Dance
February 9, 2019
Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch and Resort






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Independent Film Arizona: May 21 Livestream Event


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Sent: Monday, May 21, 2018 8:28 AM
Subject: May 21 Livestream Event


Independent Film Arizona




May 21, 2018
7 - 8:30 PM

Come early for best seating


Location: The LOFT


What this means for
Independent Filmmakers

What's going on
What it means for the future
What we should be doing!

Networking Reception 8:30 - Show your RSVP Name tag to enter
Interested in what you can do to grow the film industry in the state?
Be part of the solution.

Join us at 
The Loft Cinema at 7 p.m. on May 21 for a panel discussion and an inclusive conversation with statewide film industry leaders.

Email to RSVP:

Please spread the word to anyone who is interested.


Panel Discussion
Shelli Hall - Visit Tucson
Matthew Earl Jones - AZ Film Office
Steve Brain - AZ Film Media Coalition
Genie Joseph, PhD President IFA
at The Loft Cinema
3233 E. Speedway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85716



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The Community Players Auditions - 3rd Annual New One Act Play Festival


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Subject: Please Post, thanks Bill


The Community Players

Will be Holding 

Open Auditions 

for our 

3rd Annual New One Act Play Festival

Tuesday and Wednesday, May 22 and 23, 2018

7:00-9:00 pm at

The Community Playhouse

1881 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, Az  85705


The show will run July 13-29th

Rehearsals will start immediately


The audition will consist of cold reading from the scripts.


The New One Act Play Festival is a yearly competition for Arizona playwrights.  Plays are submitted and then scored based on plot, character development, dialogue and overall writing quality.  The top 3 scoring plays are selected the winners and the prize is to have the plays produced as full productions.  

This years winners are Gavin Kaynor for his play "Misogynistic Shoes".   Two strangers - one seeking solace, the other money to care for her daughter - engage one another in a bizarre interlude that challenges propriety.  Directed by Mary Davis and Mike Sultzbach.

Michael Singervalt for his play "Kitty".  Based on the 1964 murder of Kitty Genovese, a bar manager in New York.  Allegedly 38 people heard or saw what happened that night but no one stepped up to help Kitty.  This is a fictitious account of a witness as she deals with the fact that she did nothing.  Directed by Pat Timm

Susan Hansell for her play "Every Concentrated Fragment".  Based on the lives of 4 French women in Paris after the Nazi occupation began.  The women were imprisoned and taken to Auschwitz, never knowing if the breath they just took would be their last.  Directed by Scott Berg.


Character needs

Misogynistic Shoes - 1 man, 40ish

                1 woman, 20's

1 woman, 60's


Kitty - 1 man, mid 60's

1 woman, mid 60's

1 woman, mid 30's


Every Concentrated Fragment - 4 women

1 mid to late teens (or can play young)

1  20's - 30's

1  30's - 40's

1 40's - 50's


Women wishing to only audition for Every Concentrated Fragment will need to come to the Wednesday night auditions only.  If you wish to read for all 3 plays, then you will need to come to both nights of auditions.  Actors will not be cast in more than one show.


Come join us and help us continue bringing local playwrights one of the only outlets they have to see the fruits of their labor come to life.  




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Sunday, May 20, 2018

Roadrunner Theatre Company Auditions


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Subject: Roadrunner Theatre Company Auditions



Roadrunner Theatre Company will be holding it's annual Open Casting Call for it's 2018-19 season.

The Underpants by Steve Martin
Lunch with Mrs. Baskin by Sam Bobrick
Christmas Belles by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams
Sleuth by Anthony Shaffer
The 39 Steps adapted by Patrick Barlow, from an original concept by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon
Hay Fever by Noel Coward
Moon Over Buffalo by Ken Ludwig
Room Service by Allen Boritz and John Murray

If you are interested in stage management or tech, please come with a resume and meet with our Technical Director, Diana Knoepfle. Tech, and other behind-the-scene roles are fun, and a great way to get involved with the theater community.

Actors, please bring a headshot and resume. Prepare a one-minute monologue.

Saturday, June 23, 2018

10:00 am to Noon

At Roadrunner Theater
8892 E. Tanque Verde Rd.

No appointment necessary.

First come, first served.

Please note that some roles have already been cast.

If you cannot make it to the auditions, please email us your resume and headshot. Some shows may have extra auditions.

Questions can be directed to

"Creativity is the ability to introduce order into the randomness of nature."

Eric Hoffer


Roadrunner Theatre Company is a 501-(c)3 non-profit organization who's mission it is to bring excellent entertainment and theater to the eastside of Tucson. RTC is made up of hard-working individuals from all walks of life who bring their wonderful talents to the stage and behind the scenes.




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