Friday, March 23, 2018

Independent Film Arizona April meeting - Net Neutrality, What this means for Independent Filmmakers


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Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 10:01 AM
Subject: IFA April - Net Neutrality


Independent Film Arizona





Next meeting:  April 3, 2018
7 - 8:30 PM


Net Neutrality,
Data Mining,
Media Conglomeration

What this means for
Independent Filmmakers

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


·  Long-standing corporate strategies to convert the internet into a profit cente

·  Net Neutrality: history, politics and future

·  Telecom/media consolidation and how it affects the distribution of and access to content. 

·  Government access to personal information, corporate censorship and demonetizing of content


Kennethy Levy, FCC Attorney




Special Event
May 21, 2018 - 7 PM


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







The fearless IFA documentarians meet monthly contact Ann Dalton:




The Director's Chair

As always we want to thank you for coming every month to be part of the vibrant Independent Film Arizona community. 
Remember, IFA meetings are free and open to the public, but we also strongly encourage you to take the next step and become a member. For only $25.00 a year, you can be part of this amazing group of people who strive to help the independent Filmmakers of Southern Arizona. Academic memberships are also available for free for actively enrolled students.

You know that being on time is one of the keys to success, so we'll see you there at 7 PM.

Genie Joseph, President
Independent Film Arizona









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




IFA Website




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The Community Players Third Annual New One Act Play Festival open for Submissions


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The Community Players 

Third Annual  

New One Act Play Festival 

Submission Deadline 

April 15, 2018 

The Community Players is looking for new, never before published, never before produced, one act plays between 30 and 45 minutes in length, written by Arizona playwrights.  All plays submitted on or before the deadline will be scored on the following criteria:  


                  Plot, Character Development, Dialogue and Overall Writing Quality.                       

 The top 3 scoring plays will be the winners.  The 3 winning plays will be produced by The Community Players and staged as full productions during our Third Annual New One Act Play Festival to be held July 13-29, 2018.  Winners will be announced by the first week of May to allow for casting and rehearsals.  It's a great chance to have your vision brought to life.  

Submission deadline is April 15,2018. 


For a complete set of rules and how to submit,     go to 

Keep an eye out here for audition information 



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Thursday, March 22, 2018



From: Meagan Jones <>
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2018 7:00 PM
Subject: HARK! Press Release and Information


"One thing I still believe in is the good in humanity. Like, people helping other people out.

With everything bad that's going on, that's something to believe in."  


"To fight for yourself is just an egocentric behavior. To fight for something beyond you- the greater good- that's always worth fighting for."


"I think at heart people actually want similar things, they just don't realize it."


--HARK! Community participants







The YWCA Southern Arizona, in collaboration with local artist Eugenia Woods and Taproot Productions, are launching HARK! -an arts-based community engagement project aimed at reducing political and social polarization and isolation and building dialogue on issues of common concern.


HARK! provides opportunities for people to cross the lines of social, political, racial and gender-based divides to contribute to a collective conversation on identity, participation and civic resonance in the context of our fractured culture.


Trained artists with HARK! staged several public and private listening events at which "mindful listening techniques" were applied to provide participants with opportunities to speak out in a safe and receptive environment sharing their unique visions for justice and collective wellness.  At some HARK! events, participants were offered basic training in mindful listening techniques as they took turns asking questions and listening to each other, giving everyone in the room a chance to be heard without judgement.


Pop-up Listening Pods, Listening Events and Private Sessions: HARK! staged community listening events in various locations across the city.  Pop-up Listening Pods, were executed at the YWCA Southern Arizona, Frances McClelland Community Center (Bonita Ave.); Tucson Meet Yourself; Chuck Ford Lakeside Park; the Ronstadt Transit Center; Casa Libre on 4th Ave; Quincie Douglas Center, Active Adult Program; Women's Resource Center at the University of Arizona; and the Hopi Foundation - Owl and Panther


HARK! Performances: The HARK! artistic team, led by Director Eugenia Woods and Choreographers Kimi Eisele and Natalie Brewster Nguyen, are now compiling and arranging responses from public listening activities into a collage performance.  Performances will run April 19 - 29, 2018. 



HARK! Performances:

Preview: Thursday April 19th at 7:30pm

Opening: Friday April 20th at 7:30pm

Regular Performances: Saturday April 21, Thursday April 26, Friday April 27, and

Saturday April 28 at 7:30pm

Sunday Matinees: April 22th and April 29th at 2pm

Tickets: General $15, Student/Teacher/Military/Senior $10

YWCA Southern Arizona, 525 N Bonita Ave, Tucson, AZ 85745


 HARK! As Civic Engagement and Resource: HARK! was created as a living, building and growing civic resource in hopes of reaching far into this and other communities long after the production closes at the end of April 2018.  The YWCA Stand Together Arizona Training and Advocacy Center will work with Woods to develop protocols for the application of mindful listening techniques in various educational, social and governmental organizations; to build safe strategies for organizational change, community wellness and social justice for all.


To learn more about HARK! visit


HARK! is a production of the YWCA Stand Together Arizona Training and Advocacy Center



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Update: Invisible Theatre Auditions for 2018 - 2019 Season


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Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2018 11:53 AM
Subject:  Invisible Theatre Auditions for 2018 - 2019 Season


If You are unable to attend on Saturday, 3/31, please contact Alayna at (520) 884-0672.  Thank you so much! 


Invisible Theatre Announces

Auditions for 2018 - 2019 Season

Auditioners will read from the scripts.

Sides will be available at the office after March 26, 2018.
All Positions are Paid

All Auditions are at Invisible Theatre
1400 N. First Ave at Drachman
Tucson, AZ 85719

Saturday, March 31, 2018
10:00 AM


This show runs from October 23 — November 4, 2018

Looking for MALE ACTORS, Ages 25 — 30

Faith, love and loss collide in this staggeringly beautiful new play. Hannah, an Episcopal Minister, hires a young academic named Brandt to ghost-write her new controversial book on the Gnostic Gospels. When Hannah's wayward son Thomas arrives in search of clues to his father's death, the sparks begin to fly between them. When Thomas and Brandt fall in love, all three are thrown into a dynamic and provocative love triangle that mingles questions of faith with questions of the heart.





Saturday, March 31, 2018
11:30 AM

20TH CENTURY BLUES by Susan Miller

This show runs from April 23 - May 5, 2019

Looking for FEMALE ACTORS, Ages late 50's and older

A reunion. An argument. A Ted Talk. Emotional mutiny. And a bond that connects four women who meet once a year over 40 years for a photo shoot, chronicling their changing (and aging) selves as they navigate through love, careers, children, and major world events.



Please bring a photo and resume with you.

You must sign up by calling Alayna Voutsas at (520) 884-0672
or email



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By Chuck Graham,


photo by  Tim Fuller

Ellen (India Osborne) and Bernard (John Keeney) both love the Romantic poet William Blake and each other, maybe a little too much.

Talk about taking your work home with you. Actually, college professors Bernard (John Keeney) and Ellen (India Osborne) -- both fond of each other, also dedicated for two decades to teaching and living the sensual poetry of William Blake – didn't even make it off campus.

Hopelessly caught up one fateful evening in their physical desire for each other, Ellen and Bernard threw their conservative East coast small college values to the wind, threw each other down on the campus lawn and did it right there. Passing students and the college's president saw everything.

Consequently, as Mickle Maher's play begins, “There Is A Happiness That Morning Is,” both Ellen and Bernard are being forced the next morning to fully explain themselves and apologize to their students.

Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre sets this scene in their intimate studio theater. The stage is a flat space designed to look like a miniature lecture hall.

Bernard goes first, standing beside his podium to face his morning class, with a very long blackboard stretching out behind him. We in the audience are his students, listening to this hopeless defense that just because his romantic interests were pure, making love so spontaneously with Ellen right out there in front of God and everybody, proves it was the absolute right thing to do.

Since the play is performed without an intermission, we move directly to Ellen's afternoon class. There will be no wimpy plea in the defense she provides.

Ellen may have a prim and proper appearance, but she is defiant and angry that the college's President should be so provincial as to fail in seeing the beauty of Ellen's proclamation of affection with Bernard, sharing that most natural act which God alone designed into the very creation of life itself.

Thanks to Bryan Rafael Falcon's sensitive direction we get to enjoy not only the intricacies of passionate reasoning in their heartfelt logic, but also the rhymed verse Maher weaves through their labyrinthine journey to self-redemption.

The playwright's touch is light, finding ways to connect “crappiness” with “happiness,” “dump” with ”jump,” “shock” with “chalk,” “dream” with “screamed,” “fraud” with “dickwad,” “anticipation” with “obfuscation, “shrubbery” with ”mummery” and “bear trap” with “spinal tap.” There are hundreds of examples, lots of ear-ticklers.

Enjoying the play doesn't require any knowledge of William Blake. More fun to think about is when can you justify having sex in a public park, and how would you go about it? There isn't much of a leap to remembering the 1970s and the belief in “If it feels good, do it!”

Blake would certainly approve. But should life go around imitating art like that? Bernard does mention that 200 years ago in London it wasn't unusual for people to be having sex al fresco.

Can art finally set us free? You may debate that question with your significant you drive past a Tucson park on the way home.

“There Is A Happiness That Morning Is” runs through April 1, with performances at7:30 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays, in the Historic Y, 738 N Fifth Ave. Tickets are $22 general admission with discounts, including students and teachers. For details and reservations, 520-448-3300, on Facebook, and at scoundrelandscamp,org.



By Chuck Graham,


photo by Tim Fuller

Big Mama (Felicia P. Fields) and Shake (Shake Anderson) share a suggestive moment in their blues club.


If you're going to call your show “Low Down Dirty Blues,” you better mean it. Arizona Theatre Company has invited this cast to raise the heat and flaunt its earthy nature. The players are more than happy to oblige.

Co-writers and chief instigators Randal Myler and Dan Wheetman have paved the road to satisfaction with some very insistent body language accompanied by song lyrics that raise double entendre to the quadruple entendre level and beyond...way beyond.

Felicia P. Fields as beaming Big Mama gets all sweaty and glistening in a good way, wearing a bright red gown and an attitude that implies “All you got to do is hang on – if you can.”

Scenic designer Vicki Smith must have spent a lot of time in low places, because she captures in deep detail a very authentic looking dive bar – the kind you reach by stepping off the sidewalk and walking down a hard flight of stairs.

Beer signs for Stroh's and Schlitz hang on dingy walls that have soaked up decades of unfiltered cigarette smoke and stale ale. You can be sure the health department doesn't get any respect down here.

This is Big Mama's domain and she rules it with an iron hand. But if she likes you, she can be very, very generous.

When Big mama's eyes start twinkling and she begins to sing “Come On In My Kitchen,” then adds “My Stove's In Good Condition,” staying focused on the business at hand will not be a problem.

Early in the first act, slender guitarist Chic Street Man (his real name) delivers an extremely steamy rendition of “Crawlin' King Snake” that will coil around Big Mama's heart, as well as all the ladies listening in.

Meanwhile, gentlemen, it might be a good idea to remember where you stashed that guitar you had back in high school, and start thinking of snakes as being very sensual. Youtube will help you out with several versions by John Lee Hooker.

All five cast members have extensive stage and recording careers. Fields is a Tony nominee who played Sofia in the Broadway and first national touring company of “The Color Purple.” Street Man was in the off-Broadway hit “Spunk” adapted by George C. Wolfe.

But after the sex is over, the voice you will remember is Shake Anderson, a big man with a big voice and a bigger heart. That's because Act Two takes the songs and the message into deeper waters. Steve Schmidt playing keyboards and Calvin Jones on bass are rock solid, able to take the three lead singers on soul searching journeys that pay tribute to the blues lifestyle born of segregated living and limited opportunities.

There is no plot, but more of a scene as the players arrive, one by one, to begin the “Low Down and Dirty Blues.” Mama talks about how she grew up in the church and how the blues stole her away from the gospel. How she moved from St. Louis to Chicago and eventually got her own club.

Her message: It's not about the songs, it's about the feeling,

After intermission there's more serious talk about how young white boys got rich playing the blues and stealing the music from those who lived it. Anderson gets to sing his big numbers, sure to take your breath away, as the music builds to a rousing soul and gospel conclusion with everybody joining in.

"Low Down Dirty Blues" continues through March 31, with performances at various times Tuesdays through Sundays in the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave. Tickets are $25-$73. For details and information, 622-2823 or




From: Chad Davies <>
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2018 11:23 AM
Subject: Fwd: Winding Road 2018-2019 Season Announcement


Three Main Stage productions and three Staged Readings highlight 2018-2019 list of shows


Tucson, AZ, March 19, 2018 – Winding Road Theater Ensemble today announced productions for its 2018-2019 season, celebrating the Company's tenth anniversary of quality theater in Tucson, Arizona.

Main Stage Productions

The season opens with the Fall 2018 main stage production of Good People by David Lindsay-Abaire. Directed by the Ensemble's Co-Artistic Director Glen Coffman, this darkly hilarious play was nominated for two Tony awards in 2011, including Best Play and Best Leading Actress in a Play (Frances McDormand).

The Company's Winter 2018 production is Stupid F#!*ng Bird, a hilarious contemporary adaptation of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull written by Aaron Posner, co-founder of the Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia. Directed by Co-Artistic Director Maria Caprile, the play takes a satirical spin on a theatrical classic, yet captures the essence of Chekhov's play about the creation of art.

Both productions will be staged at The Cabaret Theatre at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 Scott St. in downtown Tucson.

Company Founder and Co-Artistic Director Glen Coffman said, "The 2018-2019 season builds on our commitment to giving local audiences great performances and an eclectic theater experience. In addition to our main stage productions, we will be taking theater out to the community with our staged readings and opening up opportunities for more theater artists to work with us through our new 10-minute play festival."

Ten Minute Play Festival

For its third main stage production in the Spring of 2019, Winding Road will launch Eight 10s in Tucson, a festival of eight original 10-minute plays all staged in a single evening of theater. Modeled on the wildly successful 8 10s @8 festival in Santa Cruz, Calif., the festival's eight shows will be selected from submissions to the Company's 10-minute play script writing contest, open to playwrights in all 50 states. In line with the Company's mission to present original works and foster participation in theater by Tucson-area youth, one selection will be reserved for an Arizona playwright and one for a student playwright (age 16 to 24). Contest details will be announced in early April, 2018.

"We are particularly excited to announce this new venture to Tucson audiences," said Maria Caprile, Co-Artistic Director for Winding Road. "We think the festival offers a very special opportunity for playwrights, directors, actors, and designers to collaborate with each other and create a unique evening of entertainment, full of comedy, drama, and everything in between."

"Winding Read" Staged Readings

In between main stage productions, Winding Road will also present "Winding Reads", a series of four full-length plays presented as staged readings at venues throughout the Tucson area.

The first reading, in September of 2018, will be of an original script by local playwright and Ensemble member emeritus Toni Press-Coffman, Consolation. In this play, a 21st Century Woman meets the unsung First Ladies of American history in an other-worldly evening of confrontation, contemplation and celebration.

The second reading will be It Can't Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis, adapted by Tony Taccone and Bennett S. Cohen, and staged in November of 2018. Based on Lewis' eerily prescient 1935 novel, this play is a cautionary dark satire about the fragility of democracy and the ease with which fascism can take hold, even in the land of liberty

The third reading, to be held in the Winter of 2019, is Chosen Child by local playwright and author Monica Bauer – an intergenerational family drama, played out over more than six decades, about mothers, memories, and the ties that may (or may not) bind.

The fourth and final reading will be a special benefit performance, staged in the Spring of 2019. Details are to be announced.


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



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TIM Comedy Theater: Improv Madness Semi-Finals


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Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2018 7:00 AM
Subject: TIM E-News: Improv Madness Semi-Finals


TIM Comedy Theater





Improv Madness Semi-Finals

The comedy heat gets turned up as we head into the semi-finals of our infamous month-long, head-to-head comedy competition! Your vote determines which of the funniest duos will move on to next weekend's Final Four!  These teams are ready to hit the floor for your laughs, so be there to cheer them on!

Get your brackets ready for Saturday night at 9pm.  Who will be the champions this year? It's up to you!

Semi-Final Competitors:
Arias of Confusion - Rafi Herreras-Zinman & Gerry Morgan
I Was Promised Magic - Amy Molla Selegue & Cristin Phibbs
kaZOOM! - Czarina Nafarrate & Matt Trompan
Legal Torts - Amanda Tennyson & Zaq Race
One-two Punch! - Susan Littlelion & Zack Armstrong
Portmansplain - Jessica Stapp & Ash Trudinger-Smith 





This Week's Show Schedule

Friday Night
7:30 PM - harold Incubators + 3rd Beats
9 PM - The Soap Box presents: When I Lived Here

Saturday Night
7:30 PM - Improv Throwdown
9 PM - Improv Madness




The Soap Box Presents: When I Lived Here

TIM Company member Cristin Phibbs actually used to live in our current building, well many years ago before it became the TIM Comedy Theater! Come out for an evening of stories from when our brand new home was an artists studio and apartment! 

Everyone has a story to tell. Five short and personal stories from our special guests inspire Tucson's premier improv comedy from The Soap Box every Friday at 9pm. $5




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 - Saturdays 4-6:30pm starting April 14th w/ Sara Alcazar Silva







A show for the kid in all of us, Saturday at 2pm!




The 3rd Beats!

Sick beats, rhymes, & fresh improv with the hip-hop improv team, The 3rd Beats!




The Soap Box

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




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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Roadrunner Theatre auditions for CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF


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Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 10:50 AM
Subject: Roadrunner Theatre








Roadrunner Theatre Company announces auditions for the first in its series of contemporary classics. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Williams’ twentieth century masterpiece, is an audience favorite and an actor’s dream. It showcases characters “revealed in the altogether of their atavistic impulses: the will to keep living and the fear of dying…motivated by the elements that keep prime-time soaps spinning season after season: power, sex and money.” The play will run for twelve performances over four weekends beginning January 11, 2019. Rehearsals will be 3-4 times/week beginning in mid-November, with breaks for Christmas and Thanksgiving.


Some roles have already been cast. The roles available are:


                             -Brick, male lead, late 20s-30s

                             -Mae, female supporting, 40s

                             -Rev. Tooker/Dr. Baugh, male supporting, 35-65


Roadrunner intends to present this play at the highest level of quality, with competitive actor stipends; professional quality set design and production values; extensive publicity and promotion; and the use of dedicated theater and ancillary space for performance and rehearsals. Mark Klugheit will direct, and two of his recent projects, Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage and Rebecca Gilman’s Luna Gale, have received a total of seven MAC AWARD nominations (“Best of Tucson Theater”) including three for Best Actor and two for Best Director.


Auditions are Saturday, March 31 from 1:00 to 4 pm and Monday, April 2 from 6 to 9 pm, at Roadrunner Theatre Company, 8892. East Tanque Verde Road. Actors may attend both audition sessions, or either one. Callbacks, if necessary, will be scheduled later.


Short dramatic monologues are welcome but not required. Sides will be available in hard copy at the auditions but also will be supplied electronically approximately one week in advance to those who have requested them from the director. 


If auditioning, please bring with you (hard copy) a head shot, CV, and a written list of all conflicts between November 17, 2018 and February 3, 2019.


Those considering auditioning should feel free to email director Mark Klugheit ( with any questions.



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Sons of Orpheus 27th Annual Gala Concert Series


Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2018 10:39 PM
Subject: Sons of Orpheus 27th Annual Gala Concert Series


For Immediate Release

Sons of Orpheus - The Male Choir of Tucson, declared "Tucson's Ambassadors of Song" by 2008 mayoral proclamation, proudly announces its 27th Annual Gala Spring Concert Series.

The Concerts will feature an eclectic mix of works by Puccini, Rachmaninoff, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Woody Guthrie and Leonard Cohen among others with Orpheus own special brand of humor, and will feature outstanding young guest soloists. Admission to these three concerts is $15.00 online at or at the door; and as usual, Students FREE.

Concert dates are:

Friday April 6th, 7:00pm at the Vail Theatre of the Arts,

10701 E Mary Ann Cleveland Way, Vail, AZ. The Cienega H.S. Choir will be our Special Guest. A portion of the proceeds for this concert will be donated to their choral program.

Saturday April 7th, 3:00pm at St. Francis in the Foothills, UMC, 4625 E. River Road, Tucson.

Sunday April 15th, 3:00pm at the Buena Performing Arts Center, 5225 E. Buena School Blvd., Sierra Vista. The Buena H.S. Concert Choir will be our Special Guest. A portion of the proceeds for this concert will be donated to their choral program.

Saturday April 21st, 3:00pm a Premiere Joint Concert with Sons of Orpheus — The Male Choir of Tucson and Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix to Benefit "Habitat for Humanity."

The Concert at Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church 2331 E. Adams St., Tucson, will be the first in a series of annual concerts with Orpheus of Phoenix, which will alternate locations yearly. Admission to this Benefit Concert is $20, Children under 12 FREE.

For more information, contact Grayson Hirst, 520-484-3743 or email



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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

The Community Players Industry Night performance, Thursday March 22 at 7:30pm


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The Community Players presents A Life in the Theatre, by David Mamet

March 16-25


Industry Night Thursday March 22 at 7:30pm. The Thursday performance is an Industry night special.  Anyone in the theatre or film industry will get a special admission price of $10.


Mamet's comedy that looks at the artifaces of the theatre and the artifices of life.


The Community Playhouse

1881 North Oracle Rd,  Tucson, AZ  85705 ~ (520) 887-6239






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Macbeth: A Shakesqueer Production

Macbeth: A Shakesqueer Production

Hosted by Laura Fundoughlen and Quail Bea



It's that time of year again! The same gaggle of amateur miscreants who brought you a queer, punk/sci-fi production of of Twelfth Night in 2017 is now taking a stab at tragedy!

Please join us this year for a reimagined, queer & post-apocalyptic adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth!

Friday March 23rd at 7:00PM
Saturday March 24th at 7:00PM
Location: In the park at 424 S. Main Ave. next to La Pilita Cultural Center. 

About the production: Macbeth, a Scottish General, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Power hungry and consumed by ambition, Macbeth, with the help of his wife, goes on a killing spree to ensure his claim to the throne. What ensues is a tale of madness, paranoia, guilt, vengeance, the supernatural and of course intrigue...

This is an outdoor production in a park. Please check the weather and dress appropriately. Please being a chair if you need one or bring blankets to sit on because the ground is dirt. You are highly encouraged to bring a picnic! We will start promptly at 7:00PM but you are welcome to come and find a place to sit and picnic as early as 6:00PM.

There is a suggested sliding scale donation of between $10-25 but nobody is turned away for lack of funds! Invite your friends!



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