Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Tucson: Redondo Music Theatre presents GUYS & DOLLS

From: Larry Kraus [mailto:lkraus@dakotacom.net]
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2007 1:31 AM
Subject: GUYS & DOLLS tickets available for Oct 5,6,7 & 12,13,14 at T.C.C

�Redondo Music Theatre presents


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���� �At the Leo Rich Theater, Tucson Convention Center (TCC) 260 S. Church Street.

������ Look for SOUTH PACIFIC, CABARET and KISMET later in our 2007-8 Season.
Reserved Seat Tickets:� Regular $22; Seniors (55+) and Students or Military (with ID) $19. Group (10+) Discounts Available.�����

Individual Season Tickets: only $67: 4 shows for the price of 3!����������

Tickets Available: In person at the T.C.C. Box office;
By Phoning RMT at 520-615-1130, and; Via Ticketmaster: (520-321-1000, or ticketmaster.com, or any outlet).

GUYS & DOLLS...Performances are October 5,6,12,13, 2007 at 7:30pm and October 7,14, 2007 at 2 pm.. (Music & Lyrics by Frank Loesser.
Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows). The fabulous universe of Damon Runyon has been turned into a brash and bountiful musical. It is the kind of Musical
that makes you say, " They don't write them like that anymore".� Quite possibly they don't! ..RMT is delighted to announce that�talented & acclaimed Tucsonan
Craig Oldfather, will be returning to Tucson playing the lead role of "Sky Masterson". In addition to Craig's many outstanding performances in Tucson-
including SHENANDOAH, MAN OF�LAMANCHA, ANNIE GET YOUR GUN-his credits include New York�theater and creating and�starring for 18 months�as�
"Enjolras"� (leader of the revolutionary students)�in the original San Francisco production of LES MISERABLES.

MORE ABOUT RMT:� Not-for Profit RMT was formed in 2006 by Hal Hundley, whom many of you remember as founder of the highly successful� 80's
Southern Arizona Light Opera Company in Tucson..� Hal led S.A.L.O.C. for over a decade, before a successful career as a Hollywood casting director.
He has directed and/or produced 170 shows including RMT's CABARET�and PUMP BOYS and DINETTES in our first (half) season. Both shows received
glowing reviews by Tucson newspaper theatre critics. We are pleased to have a full lineup of four popular musicals for our first full 2007-8 seasons.

RMT implements a unique "minimalist theatre" format successfully premiered in Los Angles in the 1990's. Not to be confused with musical reviews or other
derivatives of Broadway Musicals, RMT uses original scripts with dialog and songs acted by costumed local talent and�often lead actors and actresses from
NY and Hollywood. "Minimalist" only refers to limited sets and scenery and orchestra size. We eschew grandiose high cost sets, and in RMT productions,
musicians are on stage and integrated into many of the scenes. The only difference audiences should perceive from full Broadway productions or tours,
is an affordable ticket prices! �

This past summer RMT was renamed from Roundabout Music Theatre to Redondo Music Theatre�after a trademark dispute with a NYC Roundabout group.

�Larry Kraus. President, Redondo Music Theatre
PS. If you have interest in acting, stage work, or any of the many activities that accompany an active and growing�Tucson community Theatre Company,
please reach me by e.mail at lkraus@dakotacom.net or call RMT at 520-615-1130.

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