Tuesday, November 13, 2018

The Gaslight Theatre: CASTING CALL - Elvis impersonator


From: Heather Stricker-DeBenedetti <heather.gaslight@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 4:31 PM
Subject: CASTING - Elvis impersonator



Looking for an Elvis impersonator to understudy for singing gigs at Little Anthony's Diner on select Friday and Saturday nights! If you have an Elvis look and are a professional singer, please send you headshot and a video clip of yourself performing an Elvis tune to heather.gaslight@gmail.com! ***PLEASE SHARE***




Heather Stricker, Media Relations Director & Entertainment Manager

The Gaslight Theatre & The Gaslight Music Hall






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Winding Road Theater Ensemble: Here's a special deal for tickets to Good People!


From: Winding Road Theater Ensemble <windingroadte@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 2:36 PM
Subject: Here's a special deal for tickets to Good People!



                Pssst! Want a great deal on tickets to Good People? 


     Come see our Thursday night production and get
                    TWO tickets for the price of ONE!

Just call our box office at 520 401-3626 for this terrific deal! Not available online or at the door! 

OR, click below to buy tickets to any of our remaining performances this week:

Thursday Nov 15 7:30 pm
Friday Nov 16 7:30 pm
Saturday Nov 17 2:00 pm
Saturday Nov 17 7:30 pm
Sunday Nov 18 7:30 pm


                  At the Scoundrel and Scamp Studio Theatre
                    738 N 5th Ave in Tucson in the Historic Y




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Live Theatre Workshop presents SNOOPY!!!


From: LTW Publicity <publicity@livetheatreworkshop.org>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 12:55 PM
Subject: SNOOPY!!! runs Nov. 29 - Dec. 29 at Live Theatre Workshop


SNOOPY!!! runs November 29 - December 29 at Live Theatre Workshop


(Nov. 13, 208 -- Tucson, AZ) -- Tuneful! Charming! Hilarious! Yes, SNOOPY!!! deserves each of its three exclamation points. Based on the beloved Peanuts comic strip by Charles Schulz, this musical sequel sparkles with wit and warmth as it depicts life as seen through the eyes of Schulz's unforgettable characters. 


"SNOOPY!!! will be a new experience with the beloved Peanuts gang for our audiences," says Director Samantha Cormier. "This is a show about children, but kids and adults alike will relate to the characters, the jokes, and the super nostalgic and groovin' 1970s music."



Snoopy: Michael Martinez                              

Charlie Brown: Richard Gremel 

Sally Brown: Cyndi LaFrese

Lucy Van Pelt: Holli Diffin                                          

Linus Van Pelt: Gino Cocchi

Woodstock: Tyler West                                            

Peppermint Patty: Gretchen Wirges


Based on the comic strip "PEANUTS" by Charles M. Schulz 

Book by Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates, Warren Lockhart, Arthur Whitelaw and Michael L. Grace 

Music by Larry Grossman

Lyrics by Hal Hackady



$10 for kids

$12 for adults 


Times (note, they are different from the usual Mainstage times):

Thursday Preview Nov. 29 at 7:00PM and Friday Preview Nov. 30 at 7:00PM

Opening Night Saturday Dec. 1 at 7:00PM

Thurs/Fri/Sat nights at 7PM

Sunday afternoons at 3PM

Saturday matinee Dec. 29 at 3PM (no evening show on closing day)


Reservations: (520) 327-4242and online at http://livetheatreworkshop.org


LIVE THEATRE WORKSHOP - 5317 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson, Arizona 85712

Located on the north side of Speedway between Rosemont and Craycroft roads. Easy, convenient parking available.


Live Theatre Workshop produces inclusive, accessible and affordable professional theatre and theatre education that entertains, educates and enlightens children, adults, and families. Because art has the power to transform people and communities, LTW uses the performing arts to make a difference and pass on a passion for theatre to the next generation. LTW is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization supported by grants and generous people who appreciate LTW's Mainstage plays, Family Series productions, Etcetera Late-Night productions, and year-round theatre education for youth. Find LTW on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and at livetheatreworkshop.org



Don't Blink Burlesque at The Hut, Downtown Tucson

See Don’t Blink Burlesque Perform Live!

Information and tickets available below at the following upcoming shows:

December 8th, 2018 at 9:00PM — Tucson, AZ. Downtown and iconic 4th Avenue come alive every “Second Saturday” in Tucson, AZ. Join us for Second Saturdays with Don’t Blink Burlesque at The Hut on 4th Avenue in Tucson, AZ. Doors are at 8:00pm, show starts at 9:00pm.

There is a $10 cover (some bar stools available but mostly standing room only), and $20 for VIP (includes voucher for one drink at the bar and front section, guaranteed seats).

VIP tickets usually sell out in advance, so use the ticket link to get them early; both general admission and VIP tickets can be purchased securely via the link above! You can also buy General Admission tickets at the door. Ages 21+.





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Fox Tucson Theatre presents A Magical Cirque Christmas




6:30 pm

A Magical Cirque Christmas

Tickets $29-$99



Featuring the best talent from around the globe, A Magical Cirque Christmas has it all – jaw-dropping magic, breathtaking circus acts, and the most angelic voices sining your favorite Christmas carols with incredible live musicians on stage.

The husband and wife team Tyce and Mary Nielsen of Duo Transcend, finalists on this season’s “America’s Got Talent,” will be featuring their gravity-defying acts and tricks in this spell-binding and incredible new holiday production. Duo Transcend will use extreme strength and flexibility to gracefully move through the air in their “Duo Trapeze” act, a beautiful aerial dance performed by the two artists.  In “Duo Roller Skating,” they will perform a combination of daring acrobatic tricks and spins while masterfully balancing on a small circular platform. Tyce and Mary Nielsen met while performing as high divers in a cliff diving show.  Some of their show credits include: Circus Flic FlacThe Great American Variety Show and the world-famous Cirque du Soleil.

In A MAGICAL CIRQUE CHRISTMAS, experience the magic of Christmas with dazzling illusions and the world’s greatest cirque artists performing to all your favorite holiday music.  Be captivated by the mind-blowing talent of world-renowned magician Sebastian Nicolas, the fast and furious skill of speed juggler Roberto Carlos, the grace and precision of shoulder ballet acrobats Runfei Deng and Shilei Chen, and much more!

A MAGICAL CIRQUE CHRISTMAS will be hosted by magician Paul Dabek, who will leave audiences in hysterics while introducing each act with mesmerizing, magical flair as he weaves and guides them through the unimaginable to the unbelievable. As one of the UK’s top entertainers, Paul Dabek has performed across six continents, on the stages of London’s West End, and headlined his own show in Las Vegas.  An accomplished magician, comedian and actor, Paul’s skills have won him critical acclaim, while being named “a superb showman” by Time Out magazine. Both the Magic Circle and the International Brotherhood of Magicians have recognized Paul’s talent, naming him “Young Magician of the Year” and awarding him the British Shield.

A holiday entertainment blockbuster set to dazzle audiences of all ages. Be transported to the golden age of entertainment by the mind-blowing talents, stunning costumes, rollicking comedy and more! This show is a feel good, great way to kick off the holiday season with your whole family!



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Monday, November 12, 2018

UPDATE: Roadrunner Theatre Company seeking Sound and Light Design and Board operators


From: Road Runner <roadrunnertheatrecompany@cox.net>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2018 12:20 PM
Subject: Roadrunner Theatre


Roadrunner Theatre Company would like to clarify the request for Lighting/Sound technicians.


Experienced people are preferred, but training will be provided and will report to the Technical Director, Diana Knoepfle.

Join our fun theatre family and be part of a great cast for the shows in our season!


Please contact Diana Knoepfle at diana.knoepfle@gmail.com.


Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you!



From: Road Runner <roadrunnertheatrecompany@cox.net>
Sent: Monday, November 5, 2018 11:48 AM
Subject: Roadrunner Theatre Company


Roadrunner Theatre Company is looking for experienced people for Sound and Light Design and Board operators.  We are a fast growing East Tucson Theatre that produces and performs quality shows for our community.  Some training may be provided.


Roadrunner Theatre is a non-profit theatre company that has started their THIRD season and is growing quickly.


We hope to find a dynamic, energetic and enthusiastic people to join our Roadrunner family!


Please email roadrunnertheatrecompany@cox.net or call 520-207-2491 for more information!



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Friday, November 09, 2018

Tucson Improv Movement: Festival Friday is Here!


From: Justin <justin@tucsonimprov.com>
Sent: Friday, November 9, 2018 7:30 AM
Subject: Festival Friday is Here!



TGIF: Thank Goodness It's Funny

Let's put this week far behind us with some much-needed laughter! We're going nonstop from 6 PM all the way 'til 1 AM! Our funniest friends all the way from New York, California, Chicago are here! We can't forget about Flagstaff and Phoenix. Everyone is here to bust your guts (with laughter, not xenomorphs). We'll be doing our signature show, the Friday 9:00 PM Soapbox with festival headliners, Brian James O'Connell, Neil Garguilo, and Mishell Livio. "There's more?", you ask? So much more! 




6:00 PM 
Party Barf Reunion Show (Chicago/LA/Tucson)
Tiny Punches (Flagstaff)
Pilot Season (TIM)





7:30 PM 
Binge Watch (SF)
Verizon Qwest (PHX)
Mall People (CHI)





10:30 PM
The Cosmonauts (PHX)
Barren Mind (ASU)
Baby Fish Mouth (TIM)







9:00 PM

with Festival Guests 
Brian James O'Connell 
Neil Garguilo
Mishell Livio 

Join us for an audience jam during the second half! 







STAND UP (11:30 PM)

Join new and seasoned comedians for some hot late night cackles with host Rich Gary. 

Amy Liszka, Amber Aviles, Mohtasham, Wynter Spears, Leland Long, Peter Moses,  Cristin Phibbs, Megan Gossen





There are still a few spots left in our amazing festival workshops. Learn from the pros Brian James O'Connell, Neil Garguilo, and Mishell Livio. All bring styles of new play to the Tucson comedy scene. Sign up now! Lunch is included for workshop attendees. 





Sign up for Workshops Here




We still have tickets for our Saturday headliner show at the Rialto Theater with Ms. Maria Bamford. Don't miss out a chance to see her new material before it probably hits Netflix! 




Tucson Improv Movement

414 E 9th Street

Tucson, AZ 85705




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Thursday, November 08, 2018

Tucson Improv Movement: You Need a Laugh and We've Got Them - TCAF Night 2


From: Justin <justin@tucsonimprov.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 8, 2018 7:30 AM
Subject: You Need a Laugh and We've Got Them - TCAF Night 2



Thirsty for Comedy Thursday

We're hosting the hottest Thursday night Tucson has ever seen! Beginning at 7:30 PM at the TIM Comedy Theater, see TIM's OG all female team, The Riveters. Don't count calories with TIM harold team Carnival Diet, and call the plumber cause we have some Leaky Faucets from Unscrewed Theater.

Feeling even thirstier? Our 9 PM show is full of love with Hearts on Fire, the much anticipated homecoming of Brooke Hartnett in Kitten Spit. Then take a swipe at the world of modern romance with TIM's the Dating Scene.

Wrap up your night with the a highflying stand up show at 10:30pm. She normally hosts the Dating Game, but tonight she hosts our stand up showcase, Mo Urban.  With stand up comedians from New York City to LA and everywhere in between: MohtashamRich GaryWynter SpearsPeter Moses, Leland LongEm Bowen, and Rory Monserat

Shows at TCAF are only $5, but you can purchase an all-festival pass for $25*

*Does not include the Maria Bamford show at the Rialto, but grab that ticket here!




Buy Show Tickets and Passes




7:30 PM Improv Comedy
The Riveters (TIM)
Leaky Faucets (Unscrewed)
Carnival Diet (TIM)





9:00 PM Improv Comedy
Hearts On Fire (Phoenix)
Kitten Spit (Chicago/Tucson)
The Dating Scene (TIM)





10:30 PM Stand Up
Rich Gary
Wynter Spears
Peter Moses
Leland Long
Em Bowen
Rory Monserat
Mo Urban (host)






Beer, Wine, Cider
We got your back with lots of laughs, but we also have brews and wine! Make sure you take in your first TCAF at the TIM Bar.  Come early, hang out in our lobby while you enjoy some brews, and catch views of the pervious show on our new internal television network! Vibe TCAF style at the TIM Bar!


Tucson Improv Movement

414 E 9th Street

Tucson, AZ 85705


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UA School of Theatre, Film & Television presents a Screening of Second Assault, by Filmmaker and UA Graduate, Jillian Corsie


From: Vance, Julie Ann - (julievance) <julievance@email.arizona.edu>
Sent: Thursday, November 8, 2018 11:58 AM
Subject: For Immediate Release: The School of Theatre, Film & Television presents a Screening of Second Assault, by Filmmaker and UA Graduate, Jillian Corsie



Tucson, AZ – The School of Theatre, Film & Television presents a screening of Second Assault, by filmmaker and University of Arizona graduate Jillian Corsie, Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 2:30pm in the Physics-Atmospheric Sciences Building, Room 224 (located on the University of Arizona campus).


Second Assault is an extraordinary film that focuses on one woman’s experience in the aftermath of sexual assault.  As a young college student in her first weeks as a freshman at The University of Arizona, filmmaker Jillian Corsie was sexually assaulted on campus in her dorm room.  With the rise of the #MeToo movement, Corsie, a graduate of the Film & Television program at the University of Arizona, felt compelled to share her personal story on film. 


Second Assault follows Corsie on the journey to confront this incident and in particular, her anger toward the police officer who deemed the assault consensual. This film explores the trauma of reporting sexual violence, and the “second assault” that survivors often experience when they are not believed.


Second Assault is traveling the film festival circuit and winning many awards and accolades along the way including Best Director, Global Impact Film Festival (2018) and Winner Audience Choice Award, Julien Dubuque International Film Festival (2018).  The film has also been featured in the HuffPost, and most recently, in The Daily Wildcat.


The campus screening of Second Assault scheduled on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 is free and open to the public.  Tickets are not required for admission.  The filmmaker, Jillian Corsie will be present to introduce the film and conduct a Q&A immediately following the film. 

For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/576904306075595/


Second Assault will also be featured at The Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway Blvd., as part of their Loft Film Fest on November 11, 2018.  For more information about the The Loft Cinema and Loft Film Fest, visit https://loftfilmfest.org/.


About The University of Arizona 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's comprehensive training aims to 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 Studio Series, and Film & Television screenings, students of TFTV are able to showcase their talents, tell compelling stories, and provide clear results of what happens in their classrooms and studios. The TFTV Theatre Arts program was ranked 33 out of 206 nationwide by College Factual, and Film & Television was ranked #20 among U.S. film schools by The Wrap's "Top 50 Film Schools," making UA one of the top places to study theatre and film. 









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Odyssey Storytelling presents "Mortified"


Odyssey Storytelling presents “Mortified”
Curated by Roscoe Mutz
Thursday, December 6. Doors open at 6:30. Show at 7:00.
The Sea of Glass Center for the Arts
330 E. 7th Street
$10 Adults, $7 Students


Open mouth, insert foot. Worst dreams come true. Mishaps, mistakes, misunderstandings, and misadventures. Come join us as our storytellers share true stories of occasions in which they were absolutely MORTIFIED!

Storytellers include:
Bobby Low
Chad Conelly
Mark McMahon
Scott bolhack
Steven Braun
Troy Larkin



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By Chuck Graham, TucsonStage.com


photo by Tim Fuller

Hunter Hnat becomes behavior-challenged Christopher in "Curious Incident" at the Rogue Theatre.

Hunter Hnat's concentrated performance as behavior-challenged 15-year-old Christopher is astounding in the Rogue Theatre's imagination stretching production of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.

Adapted to the stage by Simon Stephens from the popular book by Mark Haddon, “Curious Incident” is really about the curious and jaw-dropping determination of Christopher to reach his mom in London. She has been sadly estranged from his dad for quite awhile.

As directed by Cynthia Meier, the tale is told using a considerable amount of theatrical affectations that add fanciful elements, making Christopher's journey feel more like an adventure into the unknown reaches of Outer Space.

In several reviews appearing online much is made of Christopher's afflictions. Is he autistic? Does he have symptoms of Asperger's Syndrome? We don't know. Neither Haddon or Stephens mention a specific medical condition.

We do learn Christopher is a genius in math and equally genius at noting not just the number of cows in a herd beside the road, but  the number of brown ones, black ones and multi-colored ones as well.

But Christopher gets easily startled, panics in the presence of certain bright colors and can't stand to be touched, not in any way, not by anyone. He also has an awkward way of talking, which takes a little getting used to.

All of this Hnat achieves with complete conviction. His creating this combination of brilliance and helplessness is a praiseworthy artistic achievement, earned without any cheap tricks or cheesy sentiments.

“Curious Incident” is set up for a cast of 10. Looking after Christopher are his father Ed (Ryan Parker Knox) and his mother Judy (Holly Griffith) and his special ed counselor Siobhan (Patty Gallagher). Six additional actors sit at the back of the stage to jump into a variety of short roles.

The play opens harshly with the startling image of a large dog lying dead with a garden spade stuck in its chest. Then we meet Christopher, distressed that no one is trying to find out who killed the neighbor's dog.

With his gifted eye for detail and his admiration for the deliberate methodology of Sherlock Holmes, Christopher sets out to uncover the perpetrator.

As Christopher uses deduction to narrow the list of suspects he begins to discover more things about his absent mom. And in the process we become drawn to his endearing determination.

At the same time, we sense the depths of his father's frustration. By intermission all the adults are in a spin, while Christopher with his bountiful innocence turned into confidence, has decided to strike out alone for London in search of his mom.

"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" runs through Nov.18 with performances at  7:30 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays, 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, in the Rogue Theatre, 300 E. University Blvd. Some shows have sold out.

Tickets are $35, student rush $15. For details and reservations, 520-551-2053, theroguetheatre.org



By Chuck Graham, TucsonStage.com


photo by Creatista

From left, Mike (Tony Caprile), Margaret (Maria A. Caprile) and Kate (Carley Elizabeth Preston) disagree on what it takes to become wealthy in "Good People."

David Lindsay-Abaire was at the top of his game writing “Good People,” which feels profound and definitely deserves a better title. It opened on Broadway in March, 2011, receiving a Tony nomination for Best Play.

Boldly stepping into shoes reminiscent of Arthur Miller, Lindsay-Abaire has shaped a discourse on modern social values using the format of classic theater dialogue, debunking today's liberals who insist on equality in all things – particularly when it comes to our classless society.

The venerable Winding Road Theatre Ensemble, now into its 10th anniversary season, took the bait for this convincing drama and ran with it to bring us a scorching Act Two performed by Maria A. Caprile, Tony Caprile and Carley Elizabeth Preston that is the equal of any theater company in these parts.

You can count on leaving the show with a finer appreciation for the struggle of justifying one's own success in life, whether rich, poor or somewhere in between.

The playwright suggests that instead of believing poor people are just wealthy people with bad luck, what if poor people really are somewhat to blame for their inability to get any financial traction in life?

What if those rich people, who say they have worked hard and deserve all their wealth, also have a deep streak of arrogance? What if they actually do believe they are more deserving than anybody else – mainly becase they are willing to work harder than anybody else – especially all those other lazy kids in high school?

With a meticulous shading of phrases and pauses, Lindsay-Abaire is posing all the tough questions as working class Margaret (Maria A. Caprile), successful doctor Mike (Tony Caprile) and Mike's brilliant wife Kate (Preston) confront each other in that scathing second act.

Winding Road's director Glen Coffman, also gets the right slant time after time as his characters gain and lose and then gain charisma again, right before our eyes.

In supporting roles are Peg Peterson, Toni Press-Coffman and Josh Parra creating a blue collar atmosphere as friends from Margaret's desperate South Boston neighborhood.

Congratulations, also, to Winding Road for being willing to go with basic stage settings to get this play mounted at the Scoundrel & Scamp's studio theater, instead of tossing the whole project aside and doing a simpler show. For the audience, there is much to be gained here.

Act One is set into motion when Stevie (Parra) is forced to fire Margaret from her clerk job at the Dollar Store. Margaret has been late too many times.

But Margaret has an adult daughter who needs special care at home. Margaret can't afford to hire a “baby sitter,” so lots of times Margaret is late for work. Stevie knows that, but his boss doesn't care. Margaret has to go.

For these people in these times, the most meagre job can mean the difference between survival and destitution. Stevie knows that, too. Without work, Margret will be on the street. But Stevie can't lose his own job.

When he and Margaret see each other every week at bingo, she doesn't take the firing personally. It's life, straight no chaser. Margaraet's friends Jean (Press-Coffman) and Dottie (Peterson) aren't much help, though. They have their own problems.

Life from their point of view is one enormous obstacle after another, which they recount with considerable humor to keep each other's spirits up. That's when Margaret learns that Mike (Tony Caprile), a boy she knew from the neighborhood, has become a successful doctor in an upscale part of Boston.

It isn't even intermission yet and Margaret in on her way to reconnect with Mike.

Good People” runs through Nov. 18 with performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays, through Nov. 16; at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17 and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18 at Scoundrel & Scamp Studio Theatre in The Historic Y, 738 N. Fifth Ave.

Tickets are $28 general admission, $25 seniors and military, $18 students with ID. For details and reservations, 401-3626, windingroadtheater.org


Scripted Commercial Auditioning Workshop


From: goodfaithcasting@gmail.com
Sent: Thursday, November 8, 2018 6:50 AM
Subject: special Tucson workshop?


Scripted Commercial Auditioning Workshop - (Tucson, AZ) Dec 3rd 5:30-8:30PM


Taught by casting directors Faith & Bella, this workshop will guide you through the process of auditioning for a scripted commercial. You will learn valuable technique from top casting directors in this power packed workshop. $85/$75 early. Free footage provided. 5:30-8:30 PM. All experience levels. Adults 16 +


Monday, December 3, 2018 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM MST 


Tucson Association of REALTORS 

2445 N. Tucson Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85716

Driving Directions


Faith Hibbs-Clark, C.S.A. Casting Director & Bella Hibbs
Good Faith Casting, LLC



Faith Hibbs-Clark, C.S.A.
Head Casting Director for Film and Television
Good Faith Casting, LLC / New Mexico / Arizona / Colorado / Los Angeles

Los Angeles Office: 310-606-1075 for general use & actor contact

Arizona Office: 602-218-5051 for general use & actor contact

New Mexico Office: 505-633-8044 for general use & actor contact
Faith's cell 310-689-6352 for casting clients, production clients & actor representatives only


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Wednesday, November 07, 2018

Unscrewed Theater: Join us for some comedy this Veterans Day Weekend.

From: Unscrewed Theater <unscrewedtheater@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Nov 7, 2018 at 10:00 AM
Subject: Join us for some comedy this Veterans Day Weekend.


Unscrewed Theater

4500 E. Speedway Blvd. #39

Tucson, AZ 85712


To all our service members past and present: thank you for your bravery.

Thank you for your time.


Thank you for your service.


This weekend, we'd like to offer FREE ADMISSION to our shows for all active and retired military. Please RSVP and let us know who to expect. See you at the show!




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Now Playing!

Shows for Friday, November 9 and Saturday November 10



Friday, November 9

Family Friendly Improv Comedy featuring:

Rob Sparks (host); John Benda, Chris Seidman. Cy Barlow, Alan Trammel, Mike Vietinghoff, and Mara Concordia


Our special FREE for all - anything can happen. CAUTION: May contain adult language or situations.



Saturday, November 10

Family Friendly Improv Comedy featuring:

Chris Seidman (host); Jon Benda, Gail Adamitis, Cy Barlow, Monica, Alan Trammel, and Mara Concordia

UNCENSORED Comedy featuring:

Mike Vietinghoff (host); Susie Carey, Jon Benda, Jessica Spenny, Alan Trammel, and Mara Concordia



Purchase tickets here