FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Beowulf Alley Theatre Presents
The World Premiere of
A Cactus Christmas
by John Vornholt
directed by Pat Timm
(Tucson, AZ) Beowulf Alley Theatre will present a family-friendly holiday production, A Cactus Christmas, written especially for their theatre by local writer, John Vornholt, directed by Pat Timm. The production will be presented from December 8-24 at the theatre, 11 South 6th Avenue and is suitable for ages 6 years and older.
In the ghost town of Wishbone, AZ is a run-down saloon. Two desert rats, Alice and Pete, have taken up residence declaring squatter’s rights. They are in search of TheTreasure Trove of the Lost Turk. When a family of well-off East Coast visitors arrives looking for a tour of ghost towns, Pete drums up a plan to take advantage of the Easterners’ good fortune but somehow that darned ghost keeps interfering.
Vornholt is the director of Active Imagination Theatre at Beowulf Alley Theatre where he's developed and directed five plays for children. He's also written two plays that have been produced at Beowulf Alley: The First Third for Page on the Stage 2010, and Off Leash for Out to Lunch Theatre. He has also acted and directed at Old Tucson Studios. John is probably best known for writing 65 published books, including 30 Star Trek novels and The Troll King series.
Performance dates and times (Please note special family-friendly times):
Preview: Thursday, December 8, 7:00 p.m.
Opening Night with reception: Friday, December 9, 7:00 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: December 10-11, 2:30 p.m. then
Wednesday-Friday, December 14-16 & 21-23, 7:00 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday Matinees, December 17, 18, & 24, 2:30 p.m.
Tickets are on sale now on our website at www.beowulfalley.org or call the office at (520) 882-0555 to make your purchase. Don't delay. Have some family holiday fun with us this season!
Special pricing is available for seniors, students and children! Season Subscribers and Flex Pass Holders - Please call the box office for special discount pricing.
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