Thursday, August 05, 2010

Tucson: The Now Theatre invites you to A Night of Three Short Plays



From: The Rogue Theatre []
Sent: Thursday, August 05, 2010 9:31 AM
Subject: The Now Theatre invites you to A Night of Three Short Plays



The Rogue Theatre




300 East University Boulevard, Tucson, AZ   520-551-2053



August 12, 2010
One night only

at The Rogue Theatre at The Historic Y

300 E. University Blvd.

Admission is "Pay-What-You-Will"

The Now Theatre invites you to an night of three short plays, featuring
two solo performances written by playwright Naomi Wallace, The Retreating World and One Short Sleepe. Following intermission, there will be a premiere reading of a new play, Guajero, by Nic Adams.

The first solo performance, The Retreating World, focuses on Ali, an Iraqi bird keeper from Baghdad and his address before the International Pigeon Convention.

The second solo performance, One Short Sleepe, focuses on Bashir, a Lebanese
spider-enthusiast who spends his time in limbo talking about
Intelligent Design, family, and the bombing of Lebanon.

is the story of the Guatemalan Democratic Revolution of 1944, told through the eyes of a trash-picker from the Capital City Dump. The goal of the
evening is to share stories that poignantly balance international
viewpoints and universal insights.

The evening will feature, Javan Nelson, Matt Bowdren, Lucas Gonzales, Laura Lippman, Lauren Orlowski, Samantha Bowdren, Ryan DeLuca, Dan Thomson, Brian Johnson, and others!

The Now Theatre, started by veteran Rogue Theatre actor Matt Bowdren,
has been co-producing late night theatre with The Rogue since 2008.
The Now begins its third season with A Night of Three Short Plays,
and all proceeds will be donated to its mentor theatre, The Rogue.

For more information on A Night of Three Short Plays or
The Now Theatre, call 949-547-6067

or visit The Now Theatre on Facebook
where you'll find a video preview of the performances.

Free parking is available.

Poster art by Dylan Page.




The Now Theatre will produce two plays during the upcoming season, as part of The Rogue Theatre's "Rogue After Curfew" series.

Performances of Overruled by George Bernard Shaw will follow all performances of The Rogue Theatre's Ghosts, November 4-28, 2010.

Performances of The Bald Soprano by Eugéne Ionesco will follow all performances of The Rogue's Old Times, February 24-March 13, 2011.




The Rogue Theatre's mission is to create the highest quality theatre possible;
challenging, stretching, and invigorating our community.

We emphasize

LANGUAGE by placing primary value on quality language and literature;
ENSEMBLE by developing performers who seek continuous improvement and creating an academy for training ourselves and emerging theatre artists;
CHALLENGING IDEAS by presenting plays which offer complex and provocative points of view
related to important social, political, and personal issues.


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