For Immediate Release:
Live Theatre Workshop's
Etcetera Series Is Back
with 3 original works of theater
What is Etcetera?
The Etcetera program creates original performances that reflect the variety of Tucson's culture and population.
It is a space for new as well as seasoned performing artists to create original stories, with the goal of unifying
disparate populations through shared experiences. Etcetera shows have a short run, typically one or two nights and occupy the late night slot in the Live Theater
Workshop lineup. This year's Etcetera lineup includes three new works from Arizona theatre artists.
Upcoming Etcetera Shows
The Death Monologues (developed and written by Giselle Suarez) introduces us to many characters
(including Death herself) dealing with different facets of death, from a variety of cultural perspectives from
Ancient Greek to modern. Far from being a downer, the piece almost celebrates death as part of a greater cycle.
Runs January 31st, 2016 at 6pm
Your Song In My Mouth Too (developed by Michael Martinez and Company) takes autobiographical stories
from the Tucson community at large and sets them to delightful music. The first iteration of this show was a
sold out hit last spring and included future chart toppers like Horror Story and The Penis Song.
Runs May 14th at 10:30pm and May 15th at 7pm.
The final show of the 2016 Etcetera season will be a Maryann Green original, titled The Audubon Field Guide
To Assholes I've Dated. Part lecture series, part Buzzfeed article, part dredging of the past, this show draws
on the author's own experiences as well as those of her friends and family to create a show that's equally humorous and painfully awkward.
Runs July 23rd and July 30th at 10:30pm
For More Information
Michael Martinez, Executive Director email@example.com
Maryann Green, Producer of the Etcetera Series firstname.lastname@example.org
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