ATC PRESENTS NEW WORKS AT CAFÉ BOHEMIA’S WORDUP SHOWCASE, MAY 10 AT THE TEMPLE LOUNGE
TUCSON, Ariz. (May 6, 2014): Arizona Theatre Company will present a range of new works from local playwrights, poets, writers and storytellers at the Café Bohemia WordUp Showcase, Saturday, May 10 at 9 p.m. at The Temple Lounge, 330 S. Scott Ave.
There is no cost to participate or attend, although donations are accepted.
WordUp Showcase is supported by Emerson and Peggy Knowles, Providence Service Corporation and the National Endowment for the Arts.
New works will be presented by Esther Almazan, Pam Burris, Will Cordeiro, Linda Evans, Michael Fenlason, Kelly J. Hardesty, Kim Lowry, Leslie Powell, Ron Pullins, Dawn Costello Sellers, Germaine Shames and Eugenia Woods, and be performed by Matt Bowdren, Harold Dixon, Maedell Dixon and Avis Judd.
Stephen Wrentmore, Katherine Monberg and Amber Tibbitts are directing the performances.
Plays previously showcased at Café Bohemia have gone on to numerous successful productions including Michael Mejias’s Ghetto Babylon, which also was awarded ATC’s 2012 National Latino Playwriting Award; Steve Holiday’s award-winning Savage Bond at the Beowulf Alley Theatre Company in Tucson; Kill Shakespeare by Anthony del Col and Conor McCreery in New York, Chicago, Seattle, California and Dubai; and Dwayne Hartford’s The Color of Stars, which was produced and toured across Arizona by Childsplay.
About Arizona Theatre Company: Touching lives through the power of theatre, Arizona Theatre Company (ATC), is the preeminent fully professional theatre in the state of Arizona. Boasting the largest seasonal subscriber base in the performing arts in Arizona, ATC is the only resident company in the US that is fully based in two cities providing its wide array of programming and community outreach across the region. Now in its 47th season, more than 130,000 people a year attend our performances at the historic Temple of Music and Art in Tucson, and the elegant Herberger Theater Center in downtown Phoenix. Each season of home-grown productions reflects the rich variety of world drama—from classics to contemporary plays, from musicals to new works—along with a wide array of community outreach programs, educational opportunities, and access initiatives.
Tucson Theatre Announcements List
Subscription information at TucsonStage.com