Saturday, July 04, 2015

Red Barn Theater's Saturday Musical Revues

More info: http://redbarn-theater.angelfire.com/

 

Saturday Musical Revues:
All with lively song, dance, sing-a-longs and jokes with piano and fiddle with the Barnstorm Players or the Children's Drama Group, or both! 

July 11
----2pm: Americana Musical Review
by the Children's Drama Group
Patriotic Songs and Songs about the States

---7pm: Rosemary in Concert with piano, fiddle, jokes and song

August 8, 2015
---7pm: Rosemary in Concert
Fiddling and piano, Classical, Pops and Sing-a-longs.

Every 4th Saturday there is some kind of Musical Revue!

All performances are $5 per person, check or cash please

 

948 N. Main, Tucson Az  85705 (1 block south of Speedway)

(520) 686-4798

 

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Live Theatre Workshop Fall Classes open for registration - all ages

INFO: http://www.livetheatreworkshop.org/education/classes.html

Education - Classes

 

Fall Classes - Session I

 

Download the paper registration form

Send form to 5317 E. Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85712 or call the Education Office at (520) 327-0160.

 

 

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Friday, July 03, 2015

Odyssey Storytelling Presents: "INDEPENDENCE"

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Odyssey Storytelling Presents:

“INDEPENDENCE”

Curated by Drew Cronyn

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., Show starts at 7:00 p.m.

The Screening Room, 

127 E. Congress Street, Tucson, $8

Tickets and info: http://www.storyartsgroup.org/odyssey/Odyssey/Next_Show.html

 

Independence: it's your first sleepover, your new driver's license, and the food in your refrigerator in your apartment. It's running from a bad relationship, storming out of a toxic job and leaving the hospital to sit on your front porch. It's getting an electric wheelchair, speeding down the trail on a new bike, and taking the train into the sunset.

 

Storytellers: Single mother and grandmother, Catherine Rhianna Hess; trailblazer/advocate, Stephanie Frederick; Psychologist and writer, Shannon Snapp; Texan-biker/bad-ass, Robert Neely; comedian, Ryan Malco; and Joseph Bradbury!



Storyteller Bios:



Born just outside the Bible belt to a welfare-for-life mother and an illiterate father, privileges were not readily available to Catherine Rhianna Hess. Her father was granted custody of her as a teenager and brought her out West. Because of poor instruction and poor role modeling, Catherine had children too young and it set her up for imminent failures, like dead end jobs and little chance for education. At 39 she decided if I wanted a better life for her youngest son, she needed an education. Catherine started the UA in Spring 2011, in Spring 2013 she was a victim of gun violence by another student she was dating and that propelled her to get the scholarships and grants necessary to study abroad in Orvieto, Italy that Summer. She felt like she deserved it, dammit! Catherine graduated last year from UA. She is still working part-time in a dead end job but when the right opportunity comes along she will have something she was told she would never have, qualifications backed up by a bachelors degree.



Stephanie Frederick grew up on the bayous of southern Louisiana, and found her way to the drylands of the Sonoran desert 40 years ago.  She's spent 10 years discovering the bounties of the Blue Ridge Mountains while living in Asheville, NC and rural Virginia, and returned to her beloved Tucson in 2012.  As an RN, Holistic Health Educator, and Patient Advocate, she's managed to carve out professional niches outside the constraints of conventional medicine.  In 2013 she received training in Medical Improv, and is CEO of her company, Improv to Improv(e) Healthcare!.

www.improvtoimprovehealthcare.com.  She calls it "serious play" (not comedy!) to help health professionals/employers/employees explore authentic communication and collaboration.  Her spirit is fueled by 5 Rhythms dance, racewalking, landscape gardening, and time spent with her chosen family.



Shannon Snapp is an independent woman not necessarily by choice. Forced out of codependency and into full-on self-sufficiency and love, she is now truly capable of giving herself everything she needs. She was toughed up by her working-class upbringing in rural Kansas, made smarter and fancier by her doctorate and time with no non-sense Bostonians, and brought back into balance by the Old Pueblo. She's learned to love like mad and let it all go. And as fate would have it, she's about to set sail again, no longer kicking, screaming, or clinging but head held high (and maybe still a tear in her eye).



Ryan Malco is a stand-up comedian and bartender who hosts a weekly comedy show at O'Malleys called "Pale Blue. Comedy" and coproduces a political comedy show on the last Sunday of every month at Skybar called "Laughing Liberally". He is also a regular on the The Switch Comedy Show, has opened for Romo Tonight Live, won the Pima Community College's first Story Slam and recently competed in a Moth Story Slam in New York City earlier in March of this year. He currently lives in Tucson and is working towards graduating college and apologizing for his early 20's.



Joseph Bradbury: Desert rat transplant.  Joseph is from the intermountain West and moved to Tucson a little over a year ago to attend the MFA program at University of Arizona where he studies creative writing and is working on a thesis that addresses isolation and identity in the West. He teaches composition and creative writing at the U of A, is the co-chair of the Writers In Process reading series, and the nonfiction editor at Sonora Review. But above all prefers being above 12,000 feet on a peak in Utah's Uinta range.



Curator:  Drew Cronyn



 

Venue: The Screening Room, 127 E. Congress Street, Tucson.

            Parking information found here, and a map identifying downtown parking areas here.

           

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We’ve chosen themes for 2015 to make it easier for future 

storytellers to see where your favorite personal story will fit in.

 

Next Up 

 

August 6, 2015: “Detours”

The Screening Room, 127 E. Congress, Tucson.





Do You have a story? Contact us!

 



 

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Storytelling is a way to make connections with diverse and different people that you may not meet in your every day life. Because these stories are from our lives they may be amazing, messy, enlightening, disturbing, and entertaining . . . and more.

 

James Gooden reprises The Fireside Chats with FDR for the 4th of July

 

The Fireside Chats with FDR

presented by the Comedy Playhouse

7:30 p.m. Friday, July 3 and Saturday, July 4; 3 p.m. Sunday, July 5

3620 N. 1st Ave.

$16-$18

Running time: 1 hour and 45 minutes with intermission

270-9310

 

Tucson Weekly preview here: http://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/patriotism-personified/Content?oid=5384348

Patriotism Personified 

Actor brings FDR’s Fireside Chats to life

By Sherilyn Forrester

Thursday, July 02, 2015

This week at the TIM Comedy Theater

 

From: Justin Lukasewicz [mailto:justin@tucsonimprov.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 2, 2015 7:04 AM
Subject: Funny on Fourth: Happy 4th of July!

 

Happy 4th of July from the #TIMfamily to you!

 

 

This week at the TIM Comedy Theater

 

This weekend starts with one of our famous Open Doors Show. TIM rolls up all of our garage doors, and performs a free show to celebrate the land of the free! Come catch the best comedians in Southern Arizona perform short and long form comedy! #USA

 

At 9 PM The Soap Box welcomes a guest monologist to inspire the best long form comedy in Tucson

 

The Soap Box features the most aggressive cast of improvisers in Southern Arizona: Catherine Bartlett, Andrew Hatch, Jessica Hill, Cory Jenks, Daniel Kirby, Justin Lukasewicz, Jessica Peck, and Clare Shelley!

 

 

The theater goes dark on the 4th of July!  Enjoy family and friends at a picnic as we will have no shows on Saturday!  See you next week for more #FunnyonFourth

 

 TIM Comedy School

 

Join us in July and take on the harold through our advanced long form improv classes! You can also study the basics of sketch comedy in our newest course offering, developed by Daniel Kirby, learn to write sketch utilizing the TIM comedy philosophy to game of the scene!

 

Join our Comedy School today: Register Here 

 

Improv 401 - starts Monday, July 20th 6-8:30 PM with Justin Lukasewicz

Improv 501 - starts Wednesday, July 8th 6-8:30 PM with Justin Lukasewicz

Sketch 101 - starts Saturday, July 11th 10AM-12 noon with Daniel Kirby

 

 

Website: www.tucsonimprov.com

Email: info@tucsonimprov.com

Local: 520-314-7299

 

 

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Crew call: Micro budget production needs a makeup person

 

From: eric@seeliestudios.com
Sent: Thursday, July 2, 2015 2:05 AM
Subject:

 

 

Micro budget production needs a makeup person to do convincing age makeup on a tight budget and on a tight schedule on Sunday July 12, 2015 with one tech rehearsal on Wednesday Jul 8, 2015 in the evening. Makeup must be convincing for HD video. Please contact director Eric Schumacher at eric@seeliestudios.com to discuss. This is a paid gig.

 

Eric Schumacher
Creative Director
Seelie Studios, LLC
Your Story is Our Business
www.seeliestudios.com

eric@seeliestudios.com

 

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Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Casting call, feature film shooting in Wilcox

 

From: Peter Catalanotte [mailto:pcatalanotte@visittucson.org]
Sent: Wednesday, July 1, 2015 10:39 AM
Subject: RE: Casting call

 

Casting call for feature film shooting in Wilcox, AZ for one day in late July.

 

SEPTEMBER 12th is a contemporary musical chronicling America in the days immediately after 9/11 as two strangers, both folk musicians stranded in Los Angeles, embark on a cross-country road trip together back to New York. A true love letter to America, SEPTEMBER 12th is a reminder of a moment in time when humanity triumphed over tragedy.

 

Casting two roles:

GAS STATION OWNER

(30-40s) Male, Hispanic. An immigrant who is living his version of the American dream and has an abundance of natural warmth about him. A small business owner who thus far has made good on his promise to show his son a better upbringing than he had. The events of 9/11 have illuminated in him an understanding of our interconnectedness as Americans and human beings. Must be fluent in Spanish, English and ideally located somewhere near Willcox, AZ

 

OWNER'S SON

(6-10) Hispanic, ideally the actual son of the actor who plays the owner. Precocious, playful and constantly smiling. He has no idea how good he has it and nor should he. He's a kid who's more interested in sugar highs and building forts than anything else. Must be fluent in Spanish, English and ideally located somewhere near Willcox, AZ.   

 

Please send pix and resumes to september12thcasting@gmail.com

 

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ADITIONS: Shakespeare in the Park

Shakespeare in the Park 2015 Tucson Arizona

El Rio Theatre Project Presents its 9th Annual Shakespeare in the Park production

https://sites.google.com/site/shakespeareintucson/

 

AUDITIONS

July 7 and 8 starting 6:30

At Randolph Arts Center Auditorium, 200 S. Alvernon Way.

Actors are asked to bring a two-minute classic monologue, or be prepared to cold read selections from the script.

 
Love's Labours Lost

by William Shakespeare 
Directed by Michael Givens 
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Himmel Park Outdoor Amphitheatre
1000 N. Tucson Blvd. 

Sept. 18,19,20 
Sept. 24,25,26,27 
Oct. 1,2,3,4 

Curtain time is 7 p.m. for all performances, and the event is free to the public, with a suggested donation of $5. 


Bring a blanket, a picnic basket and the whole family, and enjoy an evening of Theatre in the park.



Shakespeare’s Love's Labours Lost 
...follows the King of Navarre and his three companions as they attempt to forswear the company of women for three years of study and fasting, and their subsequent infatuation with the Princess of Aquitaine and her ladies.(Wikipedia)

For additional information call 791-5909.

 

 

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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Buy One Get One Free at Hippiefest 2015 at the Fox Tucson Theatre

BOX OFFICE HIATUS SPECIAL!
ONLINE ONLY
BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE to HIPPIEFEST 2015!



2015 CHASING RAINBOWS GALA


2015 SUMMER & FALL AT THE FOX
ON SALE NOW!
For a complete list of Upcoming Shows
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Gaslight Theatre: Charlie Hall's Socials!

 

From: The Gaslight Family [mailto:thegaslighttheatre@qwestoffice.net]
Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2015 3:23 PM
Subject: Gaslight: Charlie Hall's Socials! Video inside. Monday, July 6th @ 7PM

 

 

Click here to watch a video!

   The Socials are bringing the Essential Soul Show back to the Gaslight on Monday, July 6th.  We'll be Exploding off the stage with our brand of soul, R&B and funk at 7:00PM! Come one, come all and enjoy some great music, food and drink!  Call the box office: (520)886-9428 for tickets and information. 

UPCOMING CONCERTS

Click here to see more info.

 

July 6, 2015 – The Socials – Motown and More


July 13, 2015 –“ Your Cheatin’ Heart” – Hank Williams Sr and other early Country Classics
July 20 2015 – “Heartbreak Hotel” – Elvis’ younger years featuring Robert Shaw and The Lonely Street Band
July 27, 2015 – Sophisticated Lady – A Night of American Jazz Standards with Rebecca Carlson

 

 

The Gaslight is available for meetings , presentations and special events.

For more information contact Becky by emailing her here.

 

Our address: 7010 E Broadway Blvd
Tucson, Arizona 85710

THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE: A NIGHT OF COMEDY WITH JAY TAYLOR, ADDING ANOTHER SHOW ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 1ST @ 7PM

 

From: The Great American Playhouse <info@gaplayhouse.com>
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2015 3:04 PM
Subject: A NIGHT OF COMEDY WITH JAY TAYLOR, THIS WEDNESDAY  JULY 1ST AT THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE

 

THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE PRESENTS AN EVENING OF COMEDY WITH JAY TAYLOR! FEATURING THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR'S DAVID FITZSIMMONS!

THE PERFORMANCE ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24TH HAS SOLD OUT! WE ARE ADDING ANOTHER SHOW ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 1ST @ 7PM.

LAUGH UNTIL YOUR FUNNY BONE HURTS WITH THE FUNNIEST, OLDEST WHITE GUY IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA!

DAVE FITZSIMMONS WILL BE JOINING JAY TAYLOR FOR A GREAT NIGHT OF COMEDY!

WEDNESDAY, JULY 1ST 2015 @ 7PM 


 

TICKETS PRICES ARE:
$19.50- ADULTS & SENIORS
$16.00- STUDENT, ACTIVE MILITARY DISCOUNT

COMEDY! MUSIC! FOOD & DRINK! A CELEBRATION OF COMEDY!


DON'T FORGET- "THE AMAZINGS IN ACTION: HEROES OF TOMORROW" IS NOW PLAYING THRU AUGUST 22.

Call the GAP Box Office (520)512-5145 for tickets.
 
Box Office opens 10AM Tuesday-Saturday(12PM Sunday)
 
Great American Playhouse
13005 N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ 85739
 

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FREE PIZZA SPECIAL THIS THURSDAY 7/2 AT THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE!

 

From: The Great American Playhouse <info@gaplayhouse.com>
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2015 10:04 AM
To: Bill
Subject: FREE PIZZA SPECIAL THIS THURSDAY 7/2 AT THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE!

 

GET OUT OF THE HEAT THIS THURSDAY, JULY 2ND AT 7PM & TAKE ADVANTAGE OF AN "AMAZING" SPECIAL!

BUY TWO ADULT TICKETS GET ONE 12" REGULAR CRUST PIZZA (ONE TOPPING ONLY) FREE FOR THE THRUSDAY JULY 2ND PERFORMANCE OF "THE AMAZINGS IN ACTION: HEROES OF TOMORROW!"!

Bring the whole family to catch this Funny, Heartwarming and Action-Packed Adventure, with a "Cast that is Packed with Talent!"- AZ Daily Star

THIS IS A 7PM PERFORMANCE, DOORS OPEN AT 6:15!


BUY TWO ADULT TICKETS, GET A FREE 12" REGULAR CRUST PIZZA (ONE TOPPING ONLY) SPECIAL!

THIS THURSDAY, JULY 2ND @ 7PM!

YOU READ THAT RIGHT!  2 ADULT TICKETS TO THE 7PM PERFORMANCE ON THURSDAY, JULY 2ND GETS YOU ONE (1) 12" REGULAR CRUST PIZZA (ONE TOPPING ONLY)!!!
 

Buy Two Adult Tickets and Get A Free 12" REGULAR CRUST Pizza (1 TOPPING ONLY)! PLEASE PRINT OUT THIS OFFER & BRING TO THE THEATRE TO GET YOUR PIZZA!

(This applies to the 7PM Performance on THURSDAY 7/2 ONLY! It does not apply to any other performance. IT ALSO DOES NOT APPLY TO ANY PREVIOUS TICKET PURCHASES TO THESE PERFORMANCES!)

"THE AMAZINGS IN ACTION:HEROES OF TOMORROW!" RUNS THRU AUGUST 22.

Call the GAP Box Office (520)512-5145 for tickets.
 
Box Office opens 10AM Tuesday-Saturday(12PM Sunday)
 
Great American Playhouse
13005 N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ 85739
 

 

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CORRECTION: Matthew Paul Olmos Wins Arizona Theatre Company 20th National Latino Playwriting Award

 

From: scarr51@gmail.com [mailto:scarr51@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Steve Carr
Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2015 9:04 AM
Subject: CORRECTED NEWS RELEASE: Matthew Paul Olmos Wins Arizona Theatre Company 20th National Latino Playwriting Award

 

EDITORS: This version corrects the title of the play and makes additional corrections.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

 

 

NEWS RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release

 

MATTHEW PAUL OLMOS'S "THE LIVING'LIFE OF THE DAUGHTER MIRA" WINS ARIZONA THEATRE COMPANY'S 2015 NATIONAL LATINO PLAYWRITING AWARD

 

 

Matthew Paul Olmos's the living'life of the daughter mira has been named the winner of Arizona Theatre Company's 2015 National Latino Playwriting Award (NLPA), and the recipient of the $1000 prize. 2015 marks the 20th year of the competition.

 

The National Latino Playwriting Award was established by Arizona Theatre Company Artistic Director David Ira Goldstein and Playwright-in-Residence Elaine Romero to create a greater awareness of the work being done by Latino and Latina playwrights across the nation.  

 

Olmos's the living'life of the daughter mira weaves across time and generations as the premature baby Mira looks to her Labor and Delivery nurse as a mother figure, while she struggles to survive her first challenging weeks in a neonatal intensive care unit.  Meanwhile, Mira's teenaged mother and uncompromising family clash as Mira's father struggles to keep a promise, made to his unborn daughter on a mysterious beach, in an aging blue Chevy Cassanova van.

 

"Our judges were struck by the rich language and impressed by the original world carved out in Matthew Paul Olmos's new work, the living'life of the daughter mira," Romero said. "They particularly admired the plasticity of time and space in the piece, and how the play continually tracked the unexpected. The play does all this while remaining rooted in the trueness of its characters. We wholeheartedly believe that Matthew Paul Olmos is a playwright to watch, and it is our honor to acknowledge him."

 

Olmos is a three-time recipient of the Sundance Institute Fellowship/Residency, a New Dramatists Resident Playwright, a 2015 Baryshnikov Arts Center Resident Artist, an Awardee of the Princess Grace Award in Playwriting, and the inaugural recipient of La Mama e.t.c.'s Ellen Stewart Emerging Playwright Award (selected by Sam Shepard), among many other awards and accolades.  His work has been produced in theatres across the country, and he is currently at work on the drinking of an un'happy people about American nationalism, and the third play in a three-play cycle so go the ghosts of mexico, which focuses on the U.S./Mexico drug wars.  Mr. Olmos was also the co-founder and former Artistic Director of woken'glacier theatre company and is a member of NoPassport with Caridad Svich, a reader for the NEA's New Play Development, and a regular essayist for The Brooklyn Rail's "In Dialogue" series and the New York Theatre Review.

 

The runner-up for the 2015 National Latino Playwriting Award is Martín Zimmerman's The Solid Sand Below, in which Julian Flores narrowly escapes a prison sentence to land in Iraq, where he's anything but a model soldier. But when an I.E.D. blast nearly costs him his


life, something changes for Flores. Soon the adrenaline, clarity, and intimacy of battle become something he can't live without—even after he returns home.

 

"Martín Zimmerman bravely tackles the ongoing reverberations of having served in war in his brave piece, The Solid Sand Below," says Romero. "Once the war stops on the outside, Zimmerman's beautifully crafted protagonist, Julian Flores, continues to wage a personal war on the inside long after the war's perpetrators have gone."

 

Zimmerman's work has been produced or developed at The Kennedy Center, Goodman Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, La Jolla Playhouse, Victory Gardens Theater, The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Playwrights Conference, The Playwrights' Center, Allliance Theatre, PlayPenn, Chicago Dramatists, Teatro Vista, Borderlands Theater, and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, among many others.  He is the recipient of numerous prizes and awards, including the Terrence McNally New Play Award, Humanitas Prize New Voices Award, Sky Cooper New American Play Prize, McKnight Advancement Grant, Jerome Fellowship, Carl Djerassi Playwriting Fellowship, National New Play Network's Smith Prize, and a Core Apprenticeship at The Playwrights' Center. Mr. Zimmerman was also a member of the 2011-2012 Playwrights' Unit at Goodman Theatre, is a Playwright-in-Residence at Teatro Vista, a Resident Playwright at Chicago Dramatists, and has been a finalist for the Kendeda Competition, Heideman Award, and the Bay Area Playwrights Festival.

 

Previous winners of the National Latino Playwriting Award have been finalists for the Pulitzer Prize, and featured at the Humana Festival and regional theaters across the country. Recent winner The River Bride by Marisela Treviño Orta was recently announced for its world premiere at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival next season. Edwin Sànchez's La Bella Familia, Michael Mejias's Ghetto Babylon, and Kristiana Colón's Octagon were given staged readings in ATC's Café Bohemia new play reading series as part of the award. Other past recipients of the NLPA include Kristoffer Diaz, Caridad Svich, Carlos Murillo, Luis Alfaro, Octavio Solis, Raul Garza and Karen Zacarías. Felix Pire's winning play The Origins of Happiness in Latin was produced by ATC.

 

The 2015 National Latino Playwriting Award is supported by an Art Works grant from the National Endowment of the Arts as part of ATC's company-wide Voices of A New America initiative.

 

Submissions for the 2016 National Latino Playwriting Award are now open. Latino and Latina playwrights residing in the United States, its territories or Mexico are encouraged to submit scripts for the award. Each script will be read and evaluated by a culturally diverse panel of theatre artists; finalists will be judged by ATC artistic staff.

 

Submission Procedure

 

We respectfully ask that you adhere to the following application requirements:

 

• Submit a single script via U.S. mail and email. Scripts must be postmarked by December 31, 2015.

 

• Please include a title page on the script which includes the play's title, the author's name, and contact information (including a phone number, mailing address and email).

 

• Include a cover letter of no more than one page, describing the play's developmental history, and how the play fits into the playwright's broader career trajectory.

 

• Submit manuscripts to:

National Latino Playwriting Award

ATTN: Katherine Monberg, Literary Associate

Arizona Theatre Company

343 S. Scott Ave. Tucson, AZ 85701

AND

kmonberg@arizonatheatre.org.

Eligibility

 

• The award is open to all Latino and Latina playwrights currently residing in the United States, its territories, or Mexico.

 

• Scripts may be in English, English and Spanish, or solely in Spanish. (Spanish-language and bilingual scripts must be accompanied by an English translation.)

           

• Plays must be unpublished and professionally unproduced at the time of submission.

 

• Full-length and one-act plays (minimum length: 50 pages) on any subject will be accepted.

 

Scripts

 

• The physical scripts become the property of Arizona Theatre Company and will not be returned. In this case, "property" means the physical property of the theatre, not the intellectual property or any rights to the play.

 

The winner will be notified by August 1, 2016.

 

For more information contact Katherine Monberg, ATC Literary Associate (520) 884-8210 x 7508 or kmonberg@arizonatheatre.org

About Arizona Theatre Company:

Touching lives through the power of theatre, Arizona Theatre Company (ATC), is the preeminent fully professional theatre in the state of Arizona. Boasting the largest seasonal subscriber base in the performing arts in Arizona, ATC is the only resident company in the U.S. that is fully based in two cities providing its wide array of programming and community outreach across the region.  Now in its 49th season, more than 130,000 people a year attend our performances at the historic Temple of Music and Art in Tucson, and the elegant Herberger Theater Center in downtown Phoenix. Each season of home-grown productions reflects the rich variety of world drama—from classics to contemporary plays, from musicals to new works—along with a wide array of community outreach programs, educational opportunities, access initiatives and new play programs. Designated the State Theatre of Arizona, ATC is led by Artistic Director David Ira Goldstein, Interim Managing Director Matt Lehrman, Managing Director Emeritus Jessica L. Andrews and a dedicated Board of Trustees. 

 

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The Magic of Manilow & Midler - Thursday, July 2, 2015 - 7:30pm

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Catch a Wave - Beach Boys - Thursday, July 30, 2015 - 7:30pm

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Teen Idols - Thursday, September 3, 2015 - 7:30pm

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The Magic of Manilow & Midler
Thursday, July 2, 2015 - 7:30pm
Terry Davies & Sherie Rae Parker join forces on the same stage once more in this spectacular show, paying homage to Barry Manilow and Bette Midler! Sherie has starred in major productions such as "Legends In Concert," "American Superstars," "Stars In Concert" and the musical comedy, "A Really Big Shew." Terry and Sherie team up to create a magical experience featuring the music and magic of Manilow and Midler!

Catch a Wave - Beach Boys
Thursday, July 30, 2015
The California based tribute to The Beach Boys! The sounds of surf, sun and classic cars set the backdrop for the legendary Beach Boys presented by world renowned show "Catch a Wave." Formerly known as The Beach Toy, Catch a Wave is the only true-to-form tribute of its kind. Featuring the well-recognized classic striped shirts, you will hear such harmonic greats as "I Get Around," "Surfer Girl," "Surfin USA," "Help Me Rhonda," "Good Vibration" and many more with astounding authenticity.

Teen Idols
Thursday, September 3, 2015 - 7:30pm
All your favorite Teen Idols are brought "back to life" in this incredible throwback to your teenage days! Sit back and reminisce to the music of Paul Anka, The Everly Brothers, Fabian, Dion, Bobby Vinton, Bobby Rydell, Pat Boone and Frankie Avalon!

Cory McCloskey--Love Boat
Thursday, October 1, 2015 - 7:30pm
Fox TV's Cory McCloskey's brings his critically acclaimed "Cruise Ship Variety Show to the stage in this entertaining show featuring some of the best Cruise Ship entertainers in the business along with Cory's versatile and inimitable style!


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