Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Winding Road Theatre Ensemble presents Julius Caesar


From: Winding Road [mailto:windingroadte@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 2:20 PM
Subject: Full publicity release for Julius Caesar


Winding Road Theatre Ensemble


Julius Caesar




Tucson, Arizona – Winding Road Theatre Ensemble is proud to bring William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar to the Tucson stage. Adapted by local playwright Michael Fenlason, this tragic tale of power, conspiracy and revenge will be set in Washington DC and feature an all-female cast.


'It seemed timely that this story is re-told in the context of what we are seeing happen culturally today inside and outside politics', said Susan Arnold, Artistic Director at Winding Road Theatre Ensemble.  'It is a wildly complex and fascinating work, and it was important to us to examine the thematic elements of ultimate ambition through an alternative lens. For us that meant challenging not only how we see what is occurring at the hub of power in DC, but also how the roles of women in this environment are changing dramatically.'


The mission of Winding Road Theatre Ensemble is to tell dynamic, theatrical stories that illuminate the human condition.  'We hope to honor that mission with this production by discovering new layers in Shakespeare's work through a contemporary feminine voice,' said Michael Fenlason, who is also the director of the production.


In a continuing effort to engage youth, WRTE will engage local high school students through matinee performances that will include pre-show study guides and post-show discussions.


Tickets for the event can be purchased online at www.windingroadtheatre.org or 520-401-3626.  The production will run October 20-November 5, 2016 at the Temple of Music and Art Cabaret Theater, 330 S. Scott Avenue, Tucson. Student, Senior and Group rates are available.


WINDING ROAD THEATER ENSEMBLE'S vision is to sustain theater as a viable art form by offering programs that not only inspire and educate, but also challenge us as a theater company to move in tandem with the rest of the world. We ask questions, reach beyond what we know, and we are committed to theater as a vehicle for change.





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UA’s Arizona Repertory Theatre presents BORN YESTERDAY


From: Pierce, Lisa Ann - (lisapierce) <lisapierce@email.arizona.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 12:42 PM
Subject: An Angle for a UA Story You Don't Want to Skip

The University of Arizona's Theatre program has been celebrating its 80th season this year & is closing it out with a comedy play that's a nod to the era in which it began. The play is called BORN YESTERDAY. Come celebrate 80 years of your Wildcats in Theatre & see BORN YESTERDAY directed by the talented Hank Stratton. 



CONTACT: Lisa Pierce, Dir. of Marketing & Development 520.626.2686 lisapierce@email.arizona.edu
The University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television

Approx Run Time: 140 minutes 15-minute Intermission Hank Stratton, Director (520) 621.3350hstratton@email.arizona.edu Media Photo Call: Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 at 4:30pm in the Marroney Theatre

October 25, 2016

UA's Arizona Repertory Theatre presents BORN YESTERDAY
by Garson Kanin | directed by Hank Stratton

TUCSON, AZ - A Broadway-triumph-turned-Academy Award-winning film, Born Yesterday is a delectably witty, screwball comedy about a corrupt junk dealer named Harry Brock, who tries to get ahead in Washington, D.C. Hoping to bribe a few senators to help him with a crooked business scheme, Harry decides his dim­witted girlfriend, Billie Dawn, needs some tutoring so he can achieve his goal. Harry hires a newspaper reporter to educate his showgirl mistress, but gets more than he bargained for when he discovers a little bit of learning can be a dangerous thing.

Dates & Times:

Previews: Nov 6 at 1:30pm, Nov 7 at 7:30pm


Nov 9-12, Nov 17-19, Dec 2 at 7:30pm

Matinees: Nov 13, Nov 19-20, Dec 4 at 1:30pm

Place: Marroney Theatre on the UA campus located near the SE corner of Park Avenue and Speedway Boulevard.

Cost/Admission: Regular $28, Senior/UA Employee/Military $26, Student $19, Preview $17, Alumni Discount 10% | Deeper discounts of $6 off qualifying rates above apply for groups numbering 10+

Ticket Information: UA Fine Arts Box Office, (520) 621-1162
12p-4p | M-F |
theatre.arizona.edu or tickets.arizona.edu

Parking: Park Avenue Garage, located on Park Avenue just north of Speedway Blvd. Pre-paid parking is available for weekday evening performances. Saturday and Sunday there is no charge to park. If you have special needs for parking, please call UA Parking & Transportation Services at (520) 621-3550.

Media Contact: Lisa Pierce, (520) 626-2686, lisapierce@email.arizona.edu

Production Co-Sponsors: Jane Kivel with Campbell, Yost, Clare & Norell, P.C.

Season Sponsor: Chapman Automotive



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Introducing the NEW Arizona Grand Ol' Opry Night at The Gaslight Music Hall - seeking Opry Talent


From: Heather.Gaslight@gmail.com
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 9:45 AM
Subject: Introducing the NEW Arizona Grand Ol' Opry Night at The Gaslight Music Hall



INTRODUCING The Arizona Grand Ol' Opry!

The ARIZONA GRAND OPRY is a new live music production organization dedicated to developing new talent by paying homage to the roots of American Country music. Drawing on the repertoire of the legendary artists that set the American experience to song, the Arizona Grand Opry is a membership-driven showcase for those who have chosen to pursue the performing arts of country music in all its forms and styles.

The opportunity to showcase local and regional country music talent in a professional setting has been greatly lacking in the southwest. The Arizona Grand Opry sets out to fill the void by providing a forum for talented performers who share a passion for country music to develop and refine their skills (regardless of prior experience). The Opry will provide an environment that promotes education and experience-building by partnering developing talent with seasoned professional musicians, and allowing them to polish their skills in a live performance setting.

The final product of the ARIZONA GRAND OPRY and its family of performers will be a bi-monthly live concert at the beautifully-appointed GASLIGHT MUSIC HALL in Oro Valley, AZ. The production will be a public, ticketed event designed to showcase the passion and hard work of these talented up-and-comers as they perform country music classics backed by a live band comprised of music industry veterans. We encourage all music-lovers to come and be a part of this amazing process; whether onstage or in the audience, it's an amazing opportunity to watch the superstars of tomorrow as they begin their journey today!

*Tickets are only $12 for adults and $8 for children





We are looking for new Opry Talent! Email us for your chance to showcase your talent in front of your friends and family on The Gaslight Music Hall stage with a live band! vggonzo@aol.com






The Arizona Grand Opry

Sun., Nov. 6, 6:30PM


Jack Bishop
Keila Womack
Brittany Mazur

...and more!

The Gaslight Music Hall!
13005 N Oracle Rd in Oro Valley

For tickets: (520) 529-1000


The Gaslight Theatre, 7010 E. Broadway Blvd. · The Gaslight Music Hall, 13005 N Oracle Rd #165 · Tucson, AZ 85715 / 85739 · USA


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Independent Film Arizona, "IFA Ideas Convention"


From: Independent Film Arizona <news@independentfilmarizona.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 8:46 AM
Subject: IFA November Newsletter


Independent Film Arizona -


"IFA Ideas Convention"


IFA Monthly Membership Meeting: November 1st at 7pm,

The Art Institute of Tucson, 5099 East Grant Road #100, Tucson 

Open to the public

What is it?

We're looking forward to taking AZ film to the next level in 2017!

We'll be hosting a rousing discussion on best panelists, workshops, and information you'd like to see in the coming year. Be on the ground level to help set our agenda for 2017. 

Kicking off the Convention will be a dissection of short film and the screening of two shorts: "A King's Betrayal" and "A Mirage of Zabul Province."  Topics include:

  • How to decide the subject of your short film.
  • Reasons for making a short film as opposed to a feature length.
  • What do you do with your short film after it is finished.
  • Are short films marketable?
  • How to choose and submit your short film to a festival



The fearless IFA documentarians meet November 2nd 6-8pm,

Southern Arizona Media Studio. 911 South Tyndall Ave, #7, Tucson



Meet the Panelists 



Marketing Producer
A King's Betrayal

Trevor Davies is a Broadcast Media Professional with 5 years of experience in video production, non-linear editing, and management of a production team in providing freelance content, branding, and marketing solutions for local businesses and a broad base clientele.  He currently works as a Marketing Producer in local TV news at the CBS/FOX duopoly in Tucson (KOLD 13/FOX 11), where he is responsible for creating engaging on-air and digital content across multiple platforms including broadcast, web, and mobile.  
His short film, A King's Betrayal has screened at over 50 festivals across the country and internationally.  With over 50+ Official Selections, A King's Betrayal has swiped up several awards such as Best Narrative Short Film from the Phoenix Film Festival, the prestigious Golden Gong from the The Loft Cinema's year long First Friday Shorts Competition and Jury and Audience Awards from the Prescott Film Festival.  The short film has also screened at 3 Oscar qualifying festivals including Cleveland International Film Festival, Rhode Island International Film Festival and LA Shorts Fest.     
On his own time, Trevor has teamed up with his writing partner David Bornstein (dir. A King's Betrayal) to pen 2 feature film screenplays, one of which, a horror/thriller called Son, cracked a Quarter Finalist slot in The 2015 PAGE International Screenwriting Competition.  



Peter Sedgwick
Mirage at Zabul Province

 As a screenwriter, Philip was hired to write the award-winning short film "Mirage at Zabul Province" for director Nathan Bettisworth. Additionally, he has written six work-for-hire screenplays all of which are in various stages of industry shopping. His screenplays have taken honors in the Academy sponsored Nicholl Fellowship, and won a number of festivals including the Oscar-qualifying Rhode Island International Film Festival, Beverly Hills Film Festival, and most recently the Burbank Film Festival.

And also in the most "recent" category, Grisel Wilson brought Philip onboard to work with her on a rewrite of her screenplay, "Ixmucané Pastor." This month the script won Best Drama Screenplay in the highly esteemed Oaxaca Film Festival. He conducts workshops and judges films for the Prescott Film Festival.

He and his partner Lesley Lillywhite own Stellium Films, LLC., a Tucson-based production company, actively developing a short film and two feature films with attached crew and talent, potentially including an Oscar-winner actor, all with prospects of southern Arizona production.



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Winding Road Theater Ensemble presents Shakespeare's Julius Caesar


From: windingroadte@gmail.com
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 8:20 AM
Subject: Opening Weekend was Caesar's Triumph-Join the Campaign-feel the victory!




"Should you go: Yes. Absolutely yes...this production shines. To see this play now is enlightening."
Arizona Daily Star




William Shakespeare's
adapted & directed by Michael Fenlason
October 21-November 5, 2016






"What marks this production is the passion and commitment of the full cast. Collectively, they make this a play one that is hard to let go of. ."
-Kathy Allen, Arizona Daily Star





Check out our Great Review of Julius Caesar in the Arizona Daily Star



Purchase Tickets Online or Call (520) 401-3626







Winding Road Theater Ensemble is non-profit 501c3 organization.  Ticket sales are a fundamental part of our annual budget but do not cover all of the expenses to produce our season.  

Please consider donating to our IndieGoGo Campaign.  https://goo.gl/hOJjQ9 Your support is truly appreciated.




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Monday, October 24, 2016

AZ ROSE OPERA COMPANY presents Menotti's “The Telephone” and “The Medium”


From: Brandon Howell [mailto:azrosearts@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2016 12:56 PM




A branch of the Arizona Rose Arts Organization


Menotti's "The Telephone" and "The Medium"


Directed by Luke Howell


October 28 at 7pm

October 29 at 2pm & 7pm


at ZUZI! Theater in the Historic Y

738 N 5th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705



"Advanced Sale"

Adults: $25

Seniors (60 & up)/Military: $23

Under 30: $21

Children (12 & under): $15


"At the Door"

$2 more


Available on the website: www.azroseopera.com

or by calling (520)888-0509

Call for Special Group Pricing



There's a brand new opera company in town—and it's producing shows in English, for a modern audience.  Some of the seasoned professionals at the Arizona Rose Theatre Company have begun a new venture.  The AZ Rose Opera Company (www.azroseopera.com), a branch of the Arizona Rose Arts Organization, is kicking off its first season with a double billed production of Gian Carlo Menotti's "The Telephone" and "The Medium" at the Historic Y Zuzi Theatre.  The company is working to appeal to a wide variety of theatre and opera goers, using a combination of high quality production values mixed with professional singing and musicianship.  The cast of "The Medium" is headed up by Mackenzie Romriell, mezzo soprano, who revisits the role of Madame Flora after a successful performance with the University of Arizona Opera.  The rest of the talented cast includes Jonathan Holmes (Toby), Gabriella Carillo (Monica), Sehoon Kim (Mr. Gobineau), Kate Scally (Mrs. Gobineau), and Samantha Luna (Mrs. Nolan).  The production is directed by Luke S. Howell.

"The Telephone" is a comic opera in one act that tells the story of Ben, a young man determined to ask his girlfriend Lucy to marry him--if only he can get her to hang up the phone first.  This hilarious, twenty minute long opera feels like it was written for our modern society, with it's obsession with social media and the struggle to connect with someone right in front of you while technology keeps pulling you away.  It was first performed in New York City as part of a double billed production with a much darker opera, Menotti's "The Medium."  This dramatic opera in two acts tells the story of a fraudulent psychic, Madame Flora, and her descent into madness as she begins to experience what appear to be real supernatural phenomena. The opera also portrays the burgeoning romance between her daughter Monica, and Toby, her non-verbal ward.  Performed on the weekend before Halloween, and designed with special effects and theatrical finesse, this opera will leave you wondering whether or not the ones we love ever truly leave us.




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Cienega High School Advanced Drama presents "I Remember Mama"


Cienega High School


Advanced Drama will be presenting "I Remember Mama" this Friday and Saturday night. Doors open at 6:30 and the show starts at 7:00pm. General admission is $7 and Students and Staff are $5. Spend the night with Hansons, a Norwegian immigrant family, living on Steiner Street in San Francisco soon after the turn of the 20th century. Told through the nostalgic eye of Katrin, one of three daughters, it is the story of a working-class family trying to live the American dream.


This show runs on Friday, October 28th and Saturday, October 29th at 7pm in the Black Box.


Cienega High School

12775 E Mary Ann Cleveland Way, Vail, Arizona 85641






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L.U.N.A Theatre Company presents "Steel Magnolias"

-----Original Message-----
From: Mirlocca-Carson, Robin [mailto:Robin.Mirlocca-Carson@fwusd.org]
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2016 10:13 AM
Subject: Steel Magnolias

L.U.N.A Theatre Company presents "Steel Magnolias" by Robert Harling

TUCSON___L.U.N.A. Theatre Company is presenting their Tucson debut production of "Steel Magnolias" by Robert Harling at the Comedy Playhouse and School located on the NE corner of 1st & Prince.

L.U.N.A. (Love, Understanding, Nurturing, and Awareness) is an organization dedicated to helping marginalized causes raise donations and awareness, while reaching the public through artistic performances. L.U.N.A. strives to push the envelope while educating audiences and raising social awareness in hopes of making the world a better place, one performance at a time. All L.U.N.A. productions focus on tough issues of today's society, and are linked to special non-profits. You can find us on Facebook at facebook.com/LunaTheatreCompany

L.U.N.A. was founded in 2012 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska and has done productions about domestic violence for DOVES and childbirth for the Nebraska Friends of Midwives. We are proud to say that this time we will be raising awareness about diabetes and 60% of the proceeds will benefit the Tucson American Diabetes Association.

Set in Truvy's beauty salon in Chinquapin, Louisiana, where all the ladies who are "anybody" come to have their hair done. Helped by her eager new assistant, Annelle (who is not sure whether or not she is still married), the outspoken, wise-cracking Truvy dispenses shampoos and free advice to the town's rich curmudgeon, Ouiser, ("I'm not crazy, I've just been in a bad mood for forty years"); an eccentric millionaire, Miss Clairee, who has a raging sweet tooth; and the local social leader, M'Lynn, whose daughter, Shelby is the prettiest girl in town and a diabetic.

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and the show opens November 10 and will run for two weekends.
Showtimes: November 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at 7:30pm November 12, 13, 19, 20 at 2:00pm Seating is limited. Tickets on sale now. $20 advanced $25 at the door. Credit card and advanced tickets available online at lunapresentsteelmagnolias.brownpapertickets.com or in person by cash only at the Tucson American Diabetes Association located at
3400 E Speedway Blvd #108. Tickets will be available by cash only at the door; Comedy Playhouse and School, 3620 N 1st Ave. Special price for veterans.

For more information call director/founder of L.U.N.A., Jon-Lee Campbell, at (520) 499-8714, email lunatheatrecompany@gmail.comor message us on Facebook at facebook.com/LunaTheatreCompany

Jon-Lee Campbell
L.U.N.A. Theatre Company

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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Roadrunner Theatre presents GOD OF CARNAGE


From: Road Runner [mailto:roadrunnertheatrecompany@cox.net]
Sent: Saturday, October 22, 2016 1:04 PM
Subject: Roadrunner Theatre presents...




Tucson, AZ. September 23, 2016 - Roadrunner Theatre Company continues its season of Broadway hits with Yasmina Reza’s Tony-award winning God of Carnage, which will run November 4-20 at the new Alliance Performance Center (APCOT) at 8892 East Tanque Verde Road. 

“A comedy of manners only without the manners,” God of Carnage gives us two upper middle class New York couples whose children have had a playground fight that cost one of them some teeth, and who meet for an evening of civilized discussion to work things out. Violence, they want to show their children, is never the answer. But violence — along with rage, hysteria, confrontation, and the stripped-bare fault lines of two relationships and four human beings — are what they show their audience, and themselves, in ninety breathtaking minutes. As director Mark Klugheit notes, Reza’s play bears a strong resemblance to Edward Albee’s modern classic Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? — as in a single evening two couples meeting for the first time find their darkest selves — and their humanity — revealed in ways none of them could have imagined. 


When the play opened on Broadway, the New York Times called it “a streamlined anatomy of the human animal [that] incites the kind of laughter that comes from the gut, as involuntary as hiccups or belching....” Roadrunner’s terrific cast includes Steve McKee, India Osborne, Nikki Heinrich and Roger Owen, and will afford theater-goers an evening filled with “Oh my God, did I just see that?" moments. 


You can learn more about the play (including photos and videos) and about Roadrunner Theatre Company at http://www.roadrunnertheatrecompany.org/god-of-carnage-1


Tickets are $20-24, with group discounts available.  Purchase tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com or by phone at 520-834-7884.




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Roadrunner Theatre Company Auditions for BECKY'S NEW CAR


From: Lawrence Fuller [mailto:roadrunnertheatre@gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, October 22, 2016 9:26 AM
Subject: Roadrunner Theatre Company Auditions for BECKY'S NEW CAR


For Immediate Release:

Roadrunner Theatre Company Audition

Roadrunner Theatre Company

8892  E. Tanque Verde Road

Tucson, AZ 85749

(520) 207-2491



Auditions for: BECKY'S NEW CAR  by Steven Dietz

Directed By Roberto Guajardo

November 7 & 8, 2016, 4:30 to 7:00 P.M.

Auditions will be by appointment only and will consist of 2 prepared comic monologues (1 to 2 minutes in length) and readings from the script (sides will be emailed to you after you reserve a time).

Those wishing to audition should contact Roadrunner Theatre to schedule an audition appointment by email at roadrunnertheatre@gmail.com or calling the Theater at (520) 207-2491 and leave us your name, phone number and email address. If you cannot audition on these dates and times, please contact us and we will try to schedule you for another day.

Performances: January 13 to February 5, 2017 on Friday & Saturday Evenings at 7:00 P.M., Sunday Matinees at 2:00 P.M.

Cast:    3 Women, ages 23, 40+, 50+. 

            4 Men, ages 26, 40+,50+,60+

Synopsis: BECKY'S NEW CAR is a comedy with serious overtones, a devious and delightful journey down the road not taken. Becky is offered nothing short of a new life…and the audience is offered a chance to ride shotgun in a way that most plays wouldn't dare.

Lawrence Fuller




Roadrunner Theatre Company

8892 E. Tanque Verde Road

Tucson, AZ 85749



"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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OPP Panel Discussion on Monday night


From: dndsewell@cox.net [mailto:dndsewell@cox.net]
Sent: Saturday, October 22, 2016 10:40 AM
Subject: OPP Panel Discussion on Monday night




This Monday night!


Old Pueblo Playwrights


Speaker Series Presents:

“So you’ve written a play, now what?”

Join us on Monday, October 24, 2016 at 7:00PM


For a panel discussion about what steps to take to get your play

“from the page to the stage”


This FREE event features an esteemed panel of current OPP members:

Gavin Kayner, Ron Pullins, and John Vornholt

These playwrights have combined to pen dozens of plays and can point to staged productions of their work in Tucson, New York City, Boston, San Diego, Chicago, Houston, and Poughkeepsie, just to name a few stops!  Their work includes ten-minute, one-act, and full-length plays ranging from psychological dramas to sketch comedies and monologues.

They will share their experiences in these areas:

Ø  Production responsibilities

Ø  Choosing a director

Ø  Playwright involvement

Ø  Costs, budgeting, and profitability

Ø  Legal and insurance concerns


A Q&A opportunity will follow this discussion.


Old Pueblo Playwrights meets in the upstairs rehearsal hall at the Temple of Music and Art located at 330 South Scott Avenue, Tucson.


For questions or additional information contact:

Phil Levere 



Friday, October 21, 2016

The TheatreLab & Conservatory seeking 19th-Century/Victorian-style Chaise Lounge


From: Philip G. Bennett [mailto:philipgbennett@yahoo.com]
Sent: Friday, October 21, 2016 1:02 PM
Subject: Please Post...


The TheatreLab & Conservatory is searching for a 19th-Century/Victorian-style Chaise Lounge, to either borrow or rent for a nominal fee.

The chaise is to be (gently) used for its upcoming production of Battle of the Sexes!  3 Chekhovian Comic Farces at the Zuzi Theater.  Dates needed:  November 15 through December 15, 2016.

Please contact: 

Bob Byars, Scenic Designer/Production Manager

520-891-3981 or




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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Audition Technique Course at The Studio for Actors


From: The Studio For Actors [mailto:acting-courses@the-studio-for-actors.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2016 10:58 AM
Subject: Announcement: Audition Technique Course at The Studio for Actors


Audition Technique

Script Breakdown

This is the foundation course for learning the important building blocks to great performance.  You'll learn how to break down the script, how to analyze the character, how to play him/her, and most importantly how to mark the script in order to give a really great audition.  Throughout the course, you'll have two or three auditions, and you'll be given lots of information about how to handle the important few minutes before each audition.  This course is not just about auditioning - it's also a great acting class.

6 consecutive Monday nights
Start on any Monday (but you should call first to sign up).
$50 per week

Call Anna Risley at (520) 881-2363 for more information or to sign up.

Don't worry if you have to miss one or even two classes during the series of six. We can easily book a private make-up session outside of the evening class, scheduled Monday through Saturday at 12:00 or 1:00.  This course can also be taken as a series of private sessions, offered during the daytime, evenings, or on Saturdays, usually taken one session per week.

Also being offered:
Comedy Improv
Radio/TV Voiceover Seminar

Each of these classes is taught by Anna Risley at her Studio (The Studio for Actors), located on 6th Street, just off 4th Avenue.  Anna has 30 years of experience in film, television, voiceover, and stage acting.  To check out her resume, please visit http://www.the-studio-for-actors.com , or call her at (520) 881-2363 to sign up.



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TONIGHT! Marian Call in Concert at Unscrewed Theater


From: Chris Seidman [mailto:chris.seidman@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2016 12:15 PM
Subject: TONIGHT! Marian Call in Concert at Unscrewed Theater






 Tell a friend, this is her biggest show in Tucson since July 2014!

Featuring a special guest appearance by Unscrewed Theater's House Team From The Top!



All ages welcome, including well-behaved kids.

7:30 - 10:00 pm 

General Admission: pay-as-you-can. Suggested cover: $10-15 per person 







Singer-songwriter Marian Call is grounded in Alaska, though she spends a lot of the year on the road. She has released five albums since 2007, and her shows have been well-received in all fifty United States and all across Canada and Europe. Call's sound is soulful, honest, and clever, by turns humorous and heartbreaking. She sounds a little like Joni Mitchell & Ani DiFranco raising the love child of Ingrid Michaelson & Regina Spektor. She can often be found on the road singing and working hard, yet despite her frequent travels she stays rooted at home in Alaska for inspiration.


Unscrewed Theater is located at 3244 E. Speedway Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85716 (across from The Loft Cinema, next to Fronomo's). Parking and entrance are located in the rear of the building. Turn in to the Walgreen's parking lot and go to the left around the building.


Unscrewed Theater is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching, performing, and producing all forms of live improvisational theater in Tucson, AZ.



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TIM Comedy Theater Special October Events


From: Tucson Improv Movement <justin@tucsonimprov.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2016 7:00 AM
Subject: Funny on 4th: Scared Silly at TIM


TIM Comedy Theater


Special October Events Continue at TIM 

Don't Miss a Moment of these hilariously scary events happening at the TIM Comedy Theater this October.  Make sure you are at these shows before they vanish into the night!  The comedy is never better then during the month of October, be scared to death(we mean silly).

You only have two more weeks to experience these Special TIM October Runs:
FREE Improv Comedy featuring: We Were Dead the Whole Time
Every Friday in October at 10:30PM

MURDER ON 4TH: An Improvised Murder Mystery
Every Saturday in October at 9 PM  


Next Week the Haunting Turns up Big Time with Two Halloween Weekend Special Events!
The Soap Box Welcomes Paranormal investigator/Author J Patrick Ohlde
Friday, October 28th at 9 PM
The Bat: Improv Comedy Performed in the Dark!
Saturday, October 29th at 9 PM




This Week's Show Schedule

Friday Night
7:30 PM - Student Showcase (featuring Improv 101 & DDP)
9 PM - The Soap Box
10:30 PM - FREE Comedy with We Were Dead the Whole Time

Saturday Night
7:30 PM - Improv Throwdown
9 PM - Murder on 4th (with opener the Traveling Thornberrys Improv Jamboree)




Improv 101 Starts October 22nd

Want to have fun on Saturday afternoons?  Want to learn to wow your friends with comedy prowess?  Want to laugh like you've never laughed before?  Join Tucson Improv Movement in our next Improv 101 class to complete all of the above objective!  You will learn grounded scene work, how to develop relationships, create characters, and cultivate the environment within improv scenes. Student learn to be fearless and have fun on the TIM stage in a supportive and collaborative environment!


Veronica Simon is the coach of Improv Collective and performs/is an MC for Improv Throwdown.  Veronica brings a fun and positive environment to all of her improv classes.

Improv 101 starts on Saturday, October 22nd and runs from 3-5:30 PM!  Register here and reserve your spot today! 


Tucson Improv Movement

329 E 7th Street

Tucson, AZ 85705


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