Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The Rogue Theatre presents The Lady in the Looking Glass


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Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2015 5:03 AM
Subject: The Lady in the Looking Glass opens at The Rogue in 2 weeks!




The Rogue Theatre

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





People should not leave looking glasses hanging in their rooms 

any more than they should leave open cheque books 

or letters confessing some hideous crime. 

One could not help looking, that summer afternoon, 

in the long glass that hung outside in the hall . . .

- Virginia Woolf


Dear Rogue Friends -


Last night we staged the musical interludes that will link our concert of Virginia Woolf stories together. The cast, taking inspiration from the variety of Woolf's characters that they play and filled with the sounds of French impressionist music, created a series of wordless images of desire, disappointment, and ecstasy. Soon a baby grand piano will arrive in the theatre, and the music, like Woolf's people, will be alive with us in the room.


While uncovering the facets of each moment in these stories, we've gotten to know this astonishing author for whom a moment, a place, a person was never about one thing alone, but many things at once. She was persistent in her search for truth. 


Come join us in the search.


Joseph McGrath

Artistic Director




February 26-March 15, 2015


A collection of seven short stories by 

the great modernist writer Virginia Woolf,

brought to the stage for the first time 

by The Rogue Theatre. 

A feast of language and inner landscape 

in which worlds are discovered in simple moments.


Directed by Joseph McGrath

Musical Direction by Jake Sorgen


Production Sponsors: Nils & Ann Hasselmo


Buy tickets online at

 or call 520-551-2053


Free parking is available in our lot off Herbert Avenue

(the alley just east of the theatre)


Featuring Connor Foster, Patty Gallagher, Holly Griffith, Cynthia Jeffery, 

 Ryan Parker Knox, Kathryn Kellner, and Cynthia Meier

with Charles Zoll on the piano





All seven of the stories used in our production of 

The Lady in the Looking Glass

are from a collection of stories by Virginia Woolf called

A Haunted House.




Our neighbors and friends, Antigone Books, are offering 

 10% off the book 

 before and during the run of the play.


Antigone Books

411 N. Fourth Avenue   792-3715




 The Rogue Theatre | 300 East University Boulevard | Suite 150 | Tucson | AZ | 85705

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