Wednesday, January 30, 2013

UA School of Theatre, Film & Television presents "Love Song"


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UA School of Theatre, Film & Television


Love Song

By John Kolvenbach

Directed by Laura Lippman

Feb 3 - 24, 2013

Marroney Theatre

(520) 621-1162 or

Chapman Automotive - Season Sponsor

Gootter & Associates - Production Sponsor


Beane is an exile from life – an oddball. In fact, he rarely talks. His well-meaning sister, Joan, and brother-in-law, Harry, try to get through to him, but no one really can. When a thief named Molly breaks into his apartment, Beane is suddenly transformed. Joan is puzzled to find her brother so blissful. As she tries to unravel the mystery behind Beane’s new love, Joan’s own relationship with her husband undergoes a transformation, as well. This captivating, quirky comedy is a tender and humorous rhapsody to love’s power in all its forms.

(Adult content and language.)

LOVE SONG Tickets are a

Great Valentine's Day Gift for

any Date Night in February...

the Month of LOVE!

Previews: Feb 3 at 1:30pm, Feb 4 at 7:30pm

Evenings: Feb 6-9, 14-16, 22-23 at 7:30pm

Matinees: Feb 10, 16-17, 24 at 1:30pm





Senior, Military, UA Employee.....$26



10% Discount for UA Alumni with Alumni I.D.


(*10+ is a group - please contact the UA Fine Arts Box Office at 520-621-1162 for details.)







Sunday, Feb 10 - Post-Show Discussion with cast immediately following performance.

Thursday, Feb 14 - Pre-Show Discussion - 6:45pm

All discussions are free & open to the public.

(Check sign in the Drama Building lobby for pre-show discussion location.)


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Casting Call, "Brick by Brick" web video for the University of Arizona - paid

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Crown Chimp Productions Now Casting (Tucson, AZ )

Hi Everyone!

Crown Chimp Productions is currently casting for our new project titled "Brick by Brick" for the University of Arizona. 

Project Premise: A web video that embraces the future while paying respect to the past, "Brick By Brick" shows that great success, both individual and institutional, is built up by many small "bricks".

Cast Breakdown: 

Dad: Hispanic, late 20's- early 30's, big U of A fan.
Boy: Hispanic, age range 3-5. 
Basketball Player: African American, age range 18-22, athletic, basketball experience, tall. 

Paid Position- 1/2 day shoot
Potential shoot dates: Feb 8th-11th

Please respond with a candid picture or head shot/resume and your availability. 

Thank you and hope to hear from you soon. 

·         Location: Tucson, AZ

·         Compensation: Yes

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Illegitimate Theater Company AUDITIONS “Arsenic and Old Lace”


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     The Illegitimate Theater Company, Inc. will conduct auditions for their upcoming spring production of a stage and screen classic:  Joseph Kesselring's "Arsenic and Old Lace".  Auditions will be held at Sulpher Springs Valley Electric Coop on the following dates:  6, 7, and 11 Feb.  All auditions will be at 6:00 pm.  We are looking for men and women between the ages of 20 – 65 and we're looking for anyone wanting to understudy any of the roles.  Show dates will be 19-21 and 26-28 April at Murr Community Center on Fort Huachuca.  For more information call Tommy Kelley 378-7037 or Mike Rosen 459-0246.  Please come out and support your community theater!




Casting Call, "Rain's Story" feature film - paid - filming in Phoenix


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Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 7:35 AM
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Project Name: Rain's Story


Production Company: Eleven Dragonflies Productions


Director: Caelia Adams


Film Type: Full-Feature Film


Compensation: Paid, credit, copy, food.


Planned Shooting Days: Filming for the role of Alex will be for a week between May 22- June 19 in Phoenix. Filming for campaign will be in February or March and will require one day.


Project Synopsis:


This story takes place in an alternate world in which humans and vampires live together under the threat of an absolute government. Rain's Story has a lot of drama and a lot of action. Alex, Rain and Brianna are vampires. The movie contains violence and language, but no nudity.


Alex (Rain's husband) is murdered after he and Rain have a fight. Rain and Brianna (Alex's daughter) must overcome his death. Rain has difficulty, loses her home and engages in dangerous activities. Rain remembers moments of her life from the first time she met Alex (when they were children) to the present time. Alex continues to haunt Rain after his death, though only Brianna sees him. Rain begins to get back on her feet and then she and Brianna are kidnapped. Rain's brother, Dravenn, must save them from Crow, the main villain.


Character breakdown:


Alex - 5'9" or taller, fit or buff, Caucasian/pale, prefer dark hair but lighter okay, shoulder length preferred. Late 20's- mid 30's or look it. Must be comfortable with shirt off. Alex is artistic, intense and outgoing. Looking for someone with strong presence and charisma.


Chance - Strong fighter. Comfortable dancing in a rave setting. Has one big scene. Chance is sleazy, an egomaniac and he attacks Rain.


Please send your headshot/resume/reel to





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Casting Call, Male 50+, UA Student Film

Looking for Older Actor in Tucson (Tucson, AZ)



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A student filmmaker at the University of Arizona is looking for an older actor (50+) to have a short role in the student film "Less is More."


Filming will take place February 16th/17th and should not be too long of a commitment! The role is small, shopkeeper role and will most likely be filmed in downtown Tucson.


If you are interested and available, please send a resume and headshot to:


Michelle White



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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

No Frills Dance Happenin' "You Gotta Have a Heart" at ZUZI!


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Event:              No Frills Dance Happenin' “You Gotta Have a Heart”


Date:               Friday, February 15, 2013 Youth Show @ 7:30pm

                        Saturday, February 16, 2013 Adult Choreographers’ Showcase @ 7:30pm 


Location:         ZUZI! Theater in the Historic Y (Corner of 5th Ave & University)

                        738 N. 5th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705


Tickets:            $10


Contact:          For reservations or more information


                        Call 629-0237




ZUZI! Dance Company, School & Theater presents its winter, biannual No Frills Dance Happenin'. A variety of performers throughout Tucson and Southern Arizona come to share fresh and innovative works from various stages of the creative process. The works range from serious to silly and some are presented here for the first time. Performances on the ground and in the air are interspersed with the off-the-wall antics of ZUZI!’s lovable MC Carie Schneider.


The Youth Show performances will include hip hop, modern, aerial trapeze, and other dances performed by various groups including: Elizabeth Breck and Utterback Middle School, ZUZI! “Many Limbs” Youth Aerial and Apprentice Companies, and more.

The Adult Choreographers’ Showcase features Funhouse, Beth Braun, Jamey Garner, the Human Project and others.

Providing a wide range of dance styles and approaches, the evening is sure to offer something for everyone- come in, be moved!


If you would like more information, or would like to make reservations for the show, please visit, contact us by phone at 629-0237 or by email at  Also, visit and check out our schedule of aerial and dance classes for children and adults.


ZUZI! creates connection, meaning and renewal for children and adults of all backgrounds through the power of dance.  ZUZI! provides a home for the ZUZI! professional dance artists, a school for the ZUZI! students- the next generation of dancers and choreographers- and a space for the performing arts communities; local, national and international. ZUZI! keeps moving so we can keep our community moving!


ZUZI! Dance Company, School and Theater
738 North 5th Avenue
In The Historic Y
Tucson, AZ 85705




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AZ Film Incentive Update - SB1242


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SB1242 - Multimedia Production; Tax Incentives




Friends of Film in Arizona,

Our bill was officially introduced this morning to the Arizona state legislature. Its name is "Multimedia Production; Tax Incentives," and its number is SB1242. You can read about the bill here.

Please take a moment to thank our sponsors, particularly Senator Al Melvin who is the bill’s primary sponsor.


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Ultimately, SB1242’s passage will depend on Governor Jan Brewer who has the power to sign it or veto it.  She needs to hear, throughout this legislative session, why you think Arizona would benefit from the incentives. Please write to her and never underestimate the power of a personal letter.

SB1242 is primarily about bringing high wage jobs to Arizona…quickly and for the long term, but there are many valid reasons to pass this program. In fact, we’ve come up with 10 Reasons Arizona Needs a New Film Incentive. Please feel free to reference them in your correspondence.

And so the session begins…                                                                                       



The Tucson Film Office - Metropolitan Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau
100 Church Avenue - Tucson, AZ - 85701 - USA




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The Comedy Playhouse presents My Friend From India


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The Comedy Playhouse


My Friend From India

Opens February 1st

   The Comedy Playhouse will open My Friend From India by Henry Du Souchet, on February 1st.

  My Friend From India is a broad farce.

  The Underholt family has moved to New York from Kansas City.  They are desperate to break into New York "high society."   They've tried and tried, and they've failed and failed. 

  At the same time, a swami, newly arrived from India, has become the biggest prize for high society matrons to snag for their dinner parties.

  One evening, Charlie, the Underholt's ne'er-do-well son, comes in late after a night of carousing.  He has brought with him, his drinking buddy.

   Misunderstanding piles upon mistake, which in turn piles upon error and complications ensue.  The drinking buddy is taken to be the aforementioned swami.

   Come and watch all the fun and find out just who is My Friend From India.

   My Friend From India features Drew Kallen, Colin Roberts, Nell Summers, Callie Hutchinson, and Lily Delamere.

  My Friend From India runs February 1st through March 3rd.    Admission is $18, with discounts available. 

  The Comedy Playhouse is located at 3620 N. 1st Avenue at the northeast corner of 1st Avenue and Prince Road.  The Comedy Playhouse has lit, adjacent parking My Friend From India is appropriate for ages eight and up.

  Call 260-6442 for reservations or e-mail

   Remember to check the theater listings in the Thursday's Arizona Daily Star's Caliente section and the current edition of the Tucson Weekly for information about what's playing at The Comedy Playhouse!





The Mystery Genius of

Sherlock Holmes II

Begins March 8th

  The most famous detective in literature will return to The Comedy Playhouse in The Mystery Genius of Sherlock Holmes II  March 8th  through March 16th .

  The Mystery Genius of Sherlock Holmes II consists of an ALL NEW selection of 4 of the original 56 stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle.  Included in this year's presentation is The Adventure of the Crooked Man and The Adventure of The Resident Patient.

  Test you sleuthing skills as Bruce Bieszki and Drew Kallen  bring the famous detective and his partner to life in The Mystery Genius of Sherlock Holmes II.


  The Mystery Genius of Sherlock Holmes II runs March 8th through March 16th.    Admission is $12, with discounts available. 

  The Comedy Playhouse is located at 3620 N. 1st Avenue at the northeast corner of 1st Avenue and Prince Road.  The Comedy Playhouse has lit, adjacent parking.   The Mystery Genius of Sherlock Holmes II is appropriate for ages eight and up.

  Call 260-6442 for reservations or e-mail

   Remember to check the theater listings in the Thursday's Arizona Daily Star's Caliente section and the current edition of the Tucson Weekly for information about what's playing at The Comedy Playhouse!





Also Coming in March …

Woman of Paris

By Henry Becque

   The Comedy Playhouse will present Woman of Paris by Henry Becque, March 22 through April 28.

  The Woman of Paris is a domestic comedy about Clotilde, and the men in her life; the man she loves, the man who loves her and…her husband!

  Clearly, Clotilde leads a very active social life.  But now, things are coming to a head.  The man who loves her wants a commitment, the man she loves is leaving town, and her husband is angling for a promotion.

What's a poor girl to to?  Find out when you come to see Woman of Paris!




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Square Peg Concerts present Tommy Emmanuel at the Fox


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Tue, February 12, 2013
8:00 PM
(Doors open at: 7:00 PM)

Fox Tucson Theatre
 17 West Congress Street,
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520 547-3040)

All Ages.
Ticket prices range from $31 and $41 in advance.
All tickets $2.00 higher day of show! Tickets available from Fox Tucson Box Office



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By Chuck Graham,

Everything that Tracy Letts writes feels like it’s squirting out of the actor’s mouth under extreme pressure. No wonder all the menacing members of the sprawling Weston family in “August: Osage County” are forever bouncing about in a perennial pinball game that never stops jangling.

Just like the Artful Dodger, they know it is harder to hit a moving target.

And Glen Coffman, director of a most excellent Winding Road Theater Ensemble production of this 2008 Pulitzer Prize winner makes them all seem like they need a good bull’s-eye.

Describing this play as “a dysfunctional family drama” isn’t nearly enough. Letts has taken the rudderless Weston family of Oklahoma’s desiccated plains near Pawhuska to represent the dissolution of the American family.

Here in the heartland of the United States, there is no Pa to be the man of the house, that benevolent leader willing to make all the hard decisions after serious counsel with each member of the family.

There’s no Ma, either, using her wily wisdom to guide Pa carefully through the shallows of everyday danger.

The Winding Road production with a running time of well over three hours gives the Weston family’s father figure just a few minutes of stage time right at the beginning. Tall and broad shouldered Roger Owen plays Beverly, the man of the house. But within a few minutes, Beverly has become a suspected victim of suicide offstage and we never see him again.

Winding Road’s production belongs to Toni Press-Coffman playing Beverly’s drug addled wife Violet with a fearless performance that is her best ever.

She is screaming, ranting, sobbing, cowering and fighting back against an endless string of domestic skirmishes that become a defining list of all the reasons American family life has deteriorated so quickly since the Saturday Evening Post stopped publishing.

Divorce is at the top of the list. So is a lack of shame when bad things happen. Recreational drugs for teens and over-prescribed pain-killing drugs for the older set fuel all ages indiscriminately.

Alcohol is also in there like an old school favorite, proving there are some classic forms of self-medication that can still do the trick.  There’s plenty more on Letts’ shopping list of ills for which families have no remedy.

Yet Coffman keeps all these confrontational parts moving so quickly with such solid footwork this production must be declared a huge success.
Whether you can deal with all the anger and emotional hurt that takes place on stage is another matter.  Coffman has unleashed the play’s power.
That’s his job.

Rivaling Press-Coffman as Violet the mother is Maria Caprile as Barbara, the bitter daughter. Many times both women go at it toe-to-toe, neither one giving an inch in their personal fight for survival.

The cast of 13 is a well chosen assembly of balanced talents. Despite the large number, there are no place-holders just filling in a part.
Equally sprawling is the stage design by Fred Rodriguez, using realism that adds starch able to shape and contain domestic difficulties that threaten to become absurd – if only they didn’t reflect our own lives in some way.

“August: Osage County” continues through Feb. 10 at Beowulf Alley Theatre, 11 S. Sixth Ave., with performances at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $20 general admission, some discounts available. For details and reservations, 520-401-3626, or visit


By Chuck Graham,

After an absence much too long, the magic of  pianist Sanda Schuldmann and cellist Harry Clark filled the Berger Performing Arts Center in a passionate performance of the Chamber Music Plus work “Confidentially, Chaikovski” written by Clark.

The musical communication between these two flowed ardently as ever, turning the compositions of Chaikovski into an experience beyond wonderful – enhanced by the readings of exceptional guest artists Michael Learned and Richard Thomas.

While Learned and Thomas are best known for working together on the popular 1970s television series “The Waltons,” this is the first time they have worked together since then.

Their timing on the Berger stage remains sharp, reading lines taken directly from a volume of letters between the famous composer (Thomas) and Nadezhda Philaretovna von Meck ( Learned), the patron who was nine years his senior.

While this correspondence from 1876 to 1890 developed into an intense affection, the two agreed they should never actually meet. This Old World tension has a unique resonance in today’s world of internet friendships between couples continents apart who never actually meet, either.

Clark has created “Confidentially, Chaikovski” using some of his most beloved melodies. Hearing these themes presented within their classical context written straight from the heart added aura to the entire performance.

Followers of Chamber Music Plus are already making plans for the next opportunity to hear Schuldmann and Clark play together in concert. That is March 3 in Grace St. Paul Episcopal Church, 2331 E. Adams St., at 3 p.m.

“We intend to feast on Couperin, Schumann and Prokofiev,” say the two artists. The program will include a number of transcriptions -- some done by the composers, and some by Schuldmann and Clark.

This concert was originally set for last November but had to be rescheduled. Tickets sold for that event will be honored at this performance. For additional details,

Casting Call, Male (40-50), UA Student Film

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Casting Call (UA campus)

University of Arizona film students seeking male actor, see description below-

Character Description:
Middle aged (40-50). When Jerry was a boy he vowed that he would one day travel the world and become a world renowned archaeologist (like Indiana Jones). Jerry is now a father. He teaches high school history, and he has brought his daughter Pepper and wife Phyllis to the magical land of Orlando, Florida - the all-American family vacation. He has become weary of the toils of family life and has little patience for his daughter. He is torn between his family and his dreams of engaging in debauchery and adventure. He struggles between accepting the world he lives in and the world he wants to live in. He doesn't know how to act when the two worlds begin to collide. His favorite color is green.

Contact for audition appointment.

·         Location: UA campus

·         Compensation: none

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Monday, January 28, 2013

CASTING CALL (U of A Campus) Misery Loves Company (Short Film)

CASTING CALL (U of A Campus)



Production: Misery Loves Company (Short Film)
Employer: Escape Plan Productions
Location: Tucson
Duration: March 8-10, 2013

Payment is on a lo/no/deferred basis.

Director: Nicholas Snell. A comedy about love and acceptance, Misery Loves Company tells the story of a misanthropic twenty-something who reexamines her life after being dragged to speed dating by her well-meaning but oblivious friends. 

When: Saturday, February 2nd 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Where: University of Arizona Campus, Harvill Building, Room 104

Specifically, we are looking for: three females, one 18-30 and two 20-30,
and four males, ages 18-40,
but we encourage all interested actors to audition.

Please direct all questions and inquiries to

Director Nicholas Snell has involved himself in several projects during his time at the University of Arizona including Our Darkest Desires, American Bully, and With False Compare, which would go on to win The Loft Cinema's First Friday Shorts competition in September of 2012.
Completed previous work can be found at

"Misery Loves Company" Co-Creator and Director of Photography Cooper James has worked at Channel 6 Arizona Public Media for 3 years now, winning a Rocky Mountain Emmy for Photography for the Zoppe Family Circus,

The film is nonunion, but we will consider exceptional SAG actors under ultra-low budget agreement.

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·         Location: U of A Campus

·         Compensation: lo/no/deferred basis

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Arizona Theatre Company Presents: Sunshine Boys


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Media Contact:

Melanie McBride

Tel: 480.862.9094


Arizona Theatre Company’s Production of Pulitzer Prize and

Tony Award-Winning PlaywrightNeil Simon’s Classic Comedy,

The Sunshine Boys Comes to Arizona Audiences



TUCSON, Ariz. (January 28, 2013) – Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) brings Neil Simon’s comic masterpiece about show business, friendship and growing old, “The Sunshine Boys” to Arizona audiences.  David Ira Goldstein directs one of Neil Simon’s most beloved and acclaimed plays in ATC’s new production that will premiere in Tucson for three weeks of performances and continue to Phoenix for an additional three weeks.  ATC’s “The Sunshine Boys” opens at the Temple of Music and Art, running from March 2, 2013 through March 23, 2013. It continues its run in Phoenix at the Herberger Theater Center from March 28, 2013 through April 14, 2013.


“The Sunshine Boys” is a warmhearted tale about Al Lewis and Willie Clark who kept audiences in stitches for decades. Now estranged for eleven years, they arecalled upon by CBS to agree to reunite for one last TV performance. Past grudges resurface as they prepare to take the stage. Ageing aside, they nowmust overcome their disdain for one another and perform their most famous sketch one last time. This play has all the ingredients of a classic Neil Simon comedy, melding witty humor and touching truths about friendship and growing older.


“I loved writing The Sunshine Boys,” Neil Simon has said, “It was a play that allowed me to be outrageously funny but also dramatic at the same time, because these two old codgers were very poignant to me.  They were tragic figures in a way, but they were so funny also.  They really didn’t know after a while whether what they were saying was funny or was from the act, because they talked in life in the same rhythms that they did in the act for forty-five or fifty years.”



ATC season sponsors are I. Michael and Beth Kasser. “The Sunshine Boys” production sponsors in Tucson are Jim and Dolly Moran. The Phoenix production is sponsored by SRP.


Neil Simon (Playwright) began writing as a sports journalist while in the Air Force and within several years began writing television and radio scripts or many popular programs of theday such as “Your Show of Shows,” “The Sid Caesar Show” and “The Phil Silvers Show.” Neil Simon’s plays have been popular and critical successes all over the world for the better part of the past five decades. Simon has received more Academy and Tony nominations than any other writer and is the only playwright to have four Broadway productions running simultaneously. Mr. Simon is the author of more than 30 plays, including “Barefoot in the Park,” “The Odd Couple,” “Last of the Red Hot Lovers,” “California Suite,” “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” “Biloxi Blues,” “Broadway Bound,” “Lost in Yonkers” and “Laughter on the 23rd Floor.” He has written almost as many screenplays, many adapted from his stage plays. His awards are almost too numerous to list, and include the 2006 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor;1991 Pulitzer Prize for drama; 1989 American Comedy Awards’ Lifetime Creative Achievement Award; Tony Awards for “Lost in Yonkers,” “Biloxi Blues” and “The Odd Couple;” a dozen additional Tony Award nominations and a 1975 Special Tony Award for overall contributions to the theater; and four Academy and four Emmy award nominations.


David Ira Goldstein (Director) has directed more than 40 mainstage productions for ATC ranging from classics to new plays to musicals, as well as many world premieres including most recently “Next to Normal,” and the world premieres of two plays by Jeffrey Hatcher:“Sherlock Holmes: The FinalAdventure” and “Ten Chimneys” by Jeffrey Hatcher. Goldstein has been a guest director at theatres all across the country including The Pasadena Playhouse, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Northlight Theatre, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Village Theatre, Geva Theatre Center, ACT Theatre, Arizona Opera, Laguna Playhouse, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Mixed Blood Theatre, and The Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis. His musical “A Marvelous Party” has played extensively across the US, winning four Jeff Awards in Chicago (including Best Director), the Elliot Norton Award in Boston, several Bay Area Critics Awards and the Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for Best Production.


A complete listing of the Cast and Crew are soon to be announced.


Arizona Theatre Company offers accessibility services for patrons with disabilities for select performances.  AudioDescription provides patrons with vision loss a running audio description of the movement and activities onstage through an infrared broadcast system.  An Audio-Described performance is offered on March 21 at 2:00 p.m.  Interested patrons with vision loss may request a tactile tour one hour prior to curtain. American Sign Language Interpretation is presented by professional, theatrically-trained ASL-interpreters for people who have deafness or hearing impairment.  An ASL-interpreted performance is offered on March 21 at 7:30 p.m. Open-captioning allows patrons to read the play's dialogue on an LED screen as the play progresses.  An open-captioned performance is offered on March 21 at 2:00 p.m. For open-captioned or ASL-interpreted performances, patrons should request seats best suited to ASL interpretation or captioning when purchasing tickets.  Large print and Braille playbills and infrared listening amplification devices are also available at every ATC performance with reservation. TTY access for the box office is available in Tucson at (520) 884-9723 or via Arizona Relay at (800) 367-8939 (TTY/ASCII).



Tickets for “The Sunshine Boys” start at $35, are subject to change depending on time, date and section, and are available at or by calling the box office at (520) 622-2823.  Discounts are available for seniors and active military.  A $10 student ticket pricing is now available for all performances.  Half-price rush tickets are available for balcony seating for all performances one hour prior to curtain at the ATC box office (subject to availability).  Pay What You Can is March 5 at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets for this performance are available for a suggested $10 donation. (Tickets must be purchased at the Temple of Music and Art starting one hour prior to curtain on March 5.  Seating is first-come first served and is not guaranteed.  Cash only, please. Two tickets maximum per person.) For discounts for groups of 10 or more, call (520) 622-2823.



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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION - Tucson Arts Brigade's 4th Annual Water Festival


From: Tucson Arts Brigade []
Sent: Monday, January 28, 2013 10:06 AM
Subject: JAN-FEB Opportunities & Projects





YOU'RE INVITED to participate in Tucson Arts Brigade's 4th Annual Water Festival, integrating art, science and culture to raise awareness, promote stewardship, and foster creative expression about our water future. The festival will be on Sunday, April 21, 9am-2pm, at Reid Park's Demeester Outdoor Performance Area, in partnership with the Earth Day Festival, and expect at least 5,000 people!


The Water Festival is a prime opportunity to engage the public through diverse activities for learning, networking and family fun!



• Exhibitor Fair
• Performances
• Art Show
• Music
• Speakers
• Workshops

• Kids Activities
• 3-Mile Walk for Water (8-9am)
• Cultural / Spiritual Connections
• Design for Water Solutions Contest
• "The Vibe" LIVE Art Happenings
• Fun Surprises & Special Guests!


REGISTER as a Sponsor, Exhibitor, Artist/Inventor, Activity Leader, or Volunteer. The Deadline for Sponsors is Feb. 15.




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