Contact: Beth Dell, Managing Director
Beowulf Alley Theatre
Proof by David Auburn Opens This Weekend!
Much More Is Happening Throughout April
(Tucson, AZ – April 9, 2009) Tickets are selling quickly for this weekend's performance of Proof, David Auburn's Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning play. Director Sheldon Metz and the very talented cast comprised of Jill Baker, Chris Farishon, Jonathan Northover and Roberto Guajardo are ready to offer you an evening or Sunday afternoon of entertainment for the next three weekends. Preview tickets are $10, this Friday night only. General admission tickets are $20. There is a general admission online discount. Opening night's performance will be followed by a reception and this Sunday's performance will be followed with Dialogues with..., a discussion session with the actors, director and production team. On April 23, there is a special benefit performance and post-performance reception hosted by The Cup Cafe for the U of A Math Department's Center for the Recruitment and Retention of Math Teachers. Tickets for this performance are $30 with $10 of each ticket contributed to CRR. Just click here for all tickets or call (520) 882-0555 between the hours of noon and 4. If our phone lines are busy, just leave your name and number and we'll call you back.
Performances are on Thursdays, Friday and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 1:30 p.m. (The Sundays were not listed on the postcard. We're human and do occasionally make mistakes. Tell all of your friends.) There are three weekends of performances with a closing date of April 26.
Director Metz says, "Proof superficially explores topics of mental stability and genius. More significantly, it's a play about character, about finding solutions to life's problems, the trust we place in these solutions, in ourselves, and in each other. The proof in Auburn's play is less about mathematics than it is about putting trust to the test. Elegant in its structural simplicity, Proof is an emotionally complex play rich with the motivational calculus of father/daughter, sister/sister, student/teacher and romantic relationships. But it’s the wonderful characters and relationships, that first drew me to it."
We'll see you soon… but wait! There’s more! Read on
2009-2010 Early Bird Subscriptions and Flex Passes are on sale now!
Buy 2 Full Season First Sunday Subscriptions and get 2 Full Season First Sunday Subscriptions FREE! That's 4 Subscriptions for the price of 2, just $100 total. (First Sunday Subscription offer expires completely on June 30, 2009.)
Buy 2 Full Season Any Performance Subscriptions and get 2 Full Season Any Performance Subscriptions FREE! That's 4 Subscriptions for the price of 2, just $140 total.
Buy 2 Flex Passes, each one good for 4 admissions and get 1 more Flex Pass FREE! That's 3 Flex Passes for just $128 total.
Hurry! The FREE ticket offer expires on June 30, 2009. Be sure to tell your friends, too. This is an economical way to plan your entertainment next year while investing in Beowulf Alley. The PROOF is in the price!
There are more performances in April!
Join us on Tuesday, April 14, 7:15 p.m. for Readers Theatre, RT@the Alley. This month we are presenting Warren Bodow's play, Race Music. There will be a post-reading discussion with the playwright to enhance the development of this nearly completed work. Admission is by donation.
Each Wednesday in April, we will present an eclectic array of performances for our Out to Lunch Theatre program, OT@the Alley. Bring your lunch and eating while enjoying 30 minutes of theatre, poetry, music or comedy. $6 ticket. Order a brown bag lunch prepared by Chris Cafe for another $6. 12:15 curtain - don't be late!
And on April 17, 18, 24, and 25 at 10:30 p.m. and April 18 at 7:30 p.m., join us for or late night series, LNT@the Alley, for Brian Hanson's I'm Sorry I Liked You. Tickets are just $8 bucks!
Make an Educational investment!
There are still a few slots left for the ActingLab@the Alley classes with Phil Bennett. The classes will run for 8 weeks until May 30. Only the Saturday class is currently available but there is flexibility to attend the Wednesday class in the event of a rehearsal or film shoot. Classes are $350 for expert training with an internationally recognized instructor of Stanislavski’s Ultimate Acting Technique. Call the theatre for more information at
Hey Kids! Get involved with ActingKid@the Alley!
Five weeks of After School Classes are forming now for ages 9-12 on Mondays beginning April 20 and for ages 13-16 on Tuesdays beginning April 21. All classes are from 3:30-6:00 p.m.
Registration is being accepted for Beowulf Alley’s youth summer camp that begins on June 1. Each session will teach progressively exciting and collaborative elements of theatre and will culminate in performances.
There will be an open house for parents and their children on April 13. Ages 9-12 will meet from 5:00-6:45 and for Ages 13-16, 7:00-8:15 p.m. Please join us to tour the facility, meet the program directors, Sheldon Metz and Dave Sewell and learn about the enriching programs we have to offer your children. Please call (520) 622-4460 if you have any questions.
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