Monday, August 04, 2008

Tucson: Live Theatre Workshop's 2008-2009 All Together Family Series

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2008-2009 All Together Theatre Season
Entertainment For the Whole Family

The Search for Sunken Treasure
Written by Richard and Amanda Gremel
Music by Michael Martinez and Richard Gremel
August 24 - November 2, 2008

The audience is part of the adventure as a cast of hilarious sea
creatures scour the ocean for a long lost treasure of Long John
Shiver-me-Timbers. Along the way they discover that family in friends
are the most important treasure of all.

Sleeping Beauty
Adapted by Charlotte Langford
Music by Michael Martinez
November 9, 2008- January 25, 2009 (No show December 21)

The classic tale retold in a fun, award-winning musical adaptation that
is sure to please the whole audience. This time the sleeping princess is
joined by a talking cat, a king who thinks he's an owl, and a princess
with self-esteem issues. It may be the princess who saves the day this
time around.

Christmas Sing-along
Music with Michael Martinez
December 21, 2008

Everyone comes together to sing our favorite Christmas carols, listen to
classic Christmas stories, and help two lost reindeer make it back to
the North Pole. With special guest appearance from-you-know who.
King Arthur
Adapted by Megan Patno
Music by David Ragland
February 1 - April 12, 2009

The adventure of the Knights of the Round Table has never been more
exciting. The Knights will battle with Dragons, Ogres and witches in the
clever adaptation of the magical legends of King Arthur his exciting
travels with Merlin the Great.

Fridita Y el Pincel Magico
Music and Story by Michael Martinez
April 19 - June 7, 2009

This is an interactive-bilingual-musical that follows a young girl on
her journey to find a balance between living in the real world and
living in her own imagination. The whole family will be up on their
feet, singing in Spanish and English, and helping young Frida find her
way back to her Casa Azul.

The Nightingale
Written by Richard Gremel and Michael Martinez
June 14 - August 16, 2009

The magical tale of the nightingale comes to life on stage as the
audience travels back to ancient China to help the Emperor discover the
importance of inner beauty while exploring the wonders of China.

Tickets to all shows range from $8 to $5 with discounts available for
cash. Call for reservations 520/-327-4242

Show selections and dates
are subject to change

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