Sunday, January 31, 2016

Winding Road presents the Arizona Premiere of Sovereign Body!


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Sent: Sunday, January 31, 2016 9:00 PM
Subject: Winding Road presents the Arizona Premiere of Sovereign Body!



Join WRTE for the Arizona Premiere of
Sovereign Body
A New Play by Emilie Beck




Purchase Tickets Online or Call (520) 401-3626




February 4 - 21, 2016
Directed by Katherine Monberg
Sovereign Body is the moving, funny, complex and strange story of a woman's struggle to reclaim her body after being struck by a neurological illness. Featuring WRTE Artistic Director Susan Arnold and directed by Arizona Theater Company Literary Associate, Katherine Monberg.

Friday & Saturday performances at 7:30PM
Sunday performances at 2PM

At the Historic Zuzi! Theater in the Historic Y
738 N. 5th Avenue in Tucs





·         Friday Feb 5th-Opening Night Reception- Celebrate with us after the performance with wine and light appetizers hosted by members of our Ensemble.

·         Sunday Feb 7th- Wine & Tapas- Support WRTE by joining us for Wine & Tapas directly following the matinee performance.  $7.50 per person.  
Help us build our audience-Bring someone new to WRTE & it is $7.50 for both of you!



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Premiere of "First Shoot The Lawyers" at the Loft - filmed in Tucson


From: Aleta Doroudian []
Sent: Sunday, January 31, 2016 7:07 PM
Subject: Our Movie Premiere is here! Come check it out!



Movie Title:  First Shoot The Lawyers
Where:  The Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway Blvd.
When:  Wed.  Feb. 3 (Premiere) & Wed. Feb. 24  at 7:00pm
Ticket Price:  $6.75


Movie Summary:  "A tormented young woman teams up with an eccentric house-painter and learns how to vent her childhood rage in a very unusual way."

About the Movie:
Local film-makers, writer/director Bill Briles and Aleta Doroudian will be showing their third feature length movie. This movie was mostly shot in Tucson, Arizona and captures the beauty of our local landscape.  The filmmakers also covered more than 30,000 miles across 30 states.  This is the culmination of 4-years of work which includes the collaboration of mostly Tucson cast and primarily one crew-person, Ruth Trushin. The film has won awards in international festivals including the categories "Anything Goes", (Drama, Comedy, Thriller and Action), "Best Supporting Actress", and "Best Screenplay".   Cast and crew members will be available for Q & A after the movie.  This movie is for mature audiences only (R Rated) because of some profanity, a hint of violence, and innuendos of sexuality. 

Expanded Movie Summary:
After losing her job and apartment, Tulip desperately looks for shelter and a means of supporting herself.  Refusing to go back to her childhood home, because of bad memories, she lands in a one-room apartment with Kinard.  He has lived through a childhood full of violence and cruelty and has found an unusual way to vent his left-over anger.  Eventually, through trial and error, conflicting views of the world, and breaking a few laws, he shows her a path for moving on with her life.  This movie portrays how two quirky, yet likable characters, who have not had the best breaks in life, find a warm hearted way to move on with each other.  

For more information go to the website:  Please, feel free to "like" us on FB and   share movie info!  Thanks!!!

By the way, no lawyers were harmed in the making of this movie.:)


We look forward to seeing you at the Loft!  Happy 2016!


Aleta and Bill


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Call to Performers: Tucson Cabaret Open Mic


From: James Pack]
Sent: Sunday, January 31, 2016 2:58 PM
Subject: Tucson Cabaret Open Mic


Tucson Cabaret Open Mic


Call to Performers


This is like any other Open Mic, performers receive no pay, however it is booked and scheduled weeks in advance like a show.  Performers may collect tips during or after their performance.  It is highly encouraged that performers bring many guests to the Open Mic.  Performers who have a following and are a hit with the audience are more likely to be booked on multiple occasions, possibly for paid performances in the future.

If an artist does not show up or cancels, or if we do not have enough performers for the night of the show, we will pull artists from the audience who have signed up before the show began.  You must sign up before the show begins at 7pm.

We have types of acts split into 4 categories:
Musicians - Singers, anyone who primarily plays an instrument.
Spoken Word - Comedians, Poets, Monologists, Actors, Storytellers, etc...
Dance - anyone who primarily dances or performs some kind of choreography.
Other - Anything not listed above; magicians, ventriloquists, impersonators - male, female, celebrity, etc...

Please submit the form on our website,, and we will contact you to set up a date for your performance.  The Open Mic begins on Monday, February 29 at 7pm and will continue every Monday at The Screening Room, 127 E Congress St, Tucson, AZ 85701.  You may be asked to perform as soon as you submit this form.  Anyone and everyone can perform.  No one will be rejected.  Thank you for your interest and we look forward to seeing your performance.


James Pack



The Screening Room

127 E Congress St

Tucson, AZ 85701




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IFA February 2016 Meeting - How to Find the Funds for Your Film Project


From: Independent Film Arizona []
Sent: Sunday, January 31, 2016 11:14 AM
Subject: IFA February 2016 Meeting - How to Find the Funds for Your Film Project


Independent Film Arizona's next meeting will be:


 Tuesday, February 2nd at 7pm at Connect Coworking

·  Do you have your story ready?

·  Have you consulted an entertainment lawyer?

·  Have you estimated a budget for your film?

If you have not taken any of these steps, then you are the right audience for our next meeting! February's meeting will be focusing on How To Find The Funds For Your Film Project. The presentations will be:


I. Jennifer Scott. "The Do's and Don'ts of Financing"


Jen will share her point of view about obtaining funds for your film and the reasons why sometimes, is not a good idea to take the money.


II. Larry Sakin. "Micro and Macro Film Financing" 


Larry will explore the sublime outlets and dirty secrets for funding your project. Larry believes,


Financing is among the greatest challenges facing filmmakers today. In an uncertain economy that stymies masters of the craft, how do innovative filmmakers find the money to complete their vision?


IFA meetings are free and open to the public, but we also encourage you to take the next step and become a member. For only $25.00 a year, you can be part of this amazing group of people who strive to help the independent filmmakers of Southern Arizona. Academic memberships are also available for students for free:


We will meet Downtown at:

Connect Coworking, 33 S. Fifth Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701


You know that being on time is one of the keys to success, so we'll see you there at 7:00pm.


Independent Film Arizona is a 501 C (3) nonprofit corporation.


GrĂ­sel Wilson


Independent Film Arizona



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Friday, January 29, 2016

UA confluencenter for Creative Inquiry, Show & Tell @ Playground: Barrio Stories Project


From: Manser, Jamie Louise - (jlmanser) []
Sent: Friday, January 29, 2016 11:42 AM
Subject: Barrio Stories Project


UA’s arts, humanities and social sciences grant-making center at UA - Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry.


One of Confluencenter’s grant projects, Barrio Stories, is having performances in March (via Borderlands Theater) and Confluencenter’s Show & Tell is giving a preview and overview of the project on Feb. 10. The project is about capturing the history of the residents of the downtown neighborhood that was demolished to build the Tucson Convention Center.


UA confluencenter for Creative Inquiry



Show & Tell @ Playground: Barrio Stories Project

Wednesday, Feb. 10, 6 p.m.

278 E. Congress St.

In the late 1960s, a culturally diverse, 80 acre residential and business district in downtown Tucson was demolished as a consequence of urban renewal and the construction of the Tucson Convention Center complex.

Over 100 years of historically significant and irreplaceable cultural spaces, shops, homes, restaurants and entertainment venues, notably La Plaza Theatre, were wiped out.

Through the work of University of Arizona faculty, Borderlands Theater and the Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, the Barrio Stories Project is reviving the history of this neighborhood in several public events this spring.

"The Barrio Stories Project offers an innovative approach to disseminating history and will inform audiences about an important chapter that vastly altered downtown Tucson's physical and ethnic landscape," said Lydia R. Otero, a UA Mexican American studies professor.

The free February Show & Tell @ Playground event is a preview and overview of "Barrio Stories" and its upcoming March 5-6, 2016 performances, which features Borderlands Theater actors bringing to life the oral histories of the residents whose homes were lost to the construction of the convention center.

Otero received a 2015 Faculty Collaboration Grant from the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry to help realize the Barrio Stories Project, and is working in partnership with Elaine Romero, an assistant professor at the UA School of Theatre, Film, and Television.

"The production of this play also speaks to the importance of academic and community collaborations and I am glad that the Confluencenter is invested in funding these types of partnerships," said Otero, a scholar in culture, history, urbanization and the award-winning author of "La Calle: Spatial Conflicts and Urban Renewal in a Southwest City" (published by UA Press in 2010).

Otero and Romero are working in conjunction with the Borderlands Theater, youth, anthropologists, historians and playwrights to theatricalize the narratives in order to share the neighborhood's rich history and reclaim the voices of its community members.

"The deep work professor Otero has done with her historical research, her life in Tucson and her profound connection to our community supplies our collaboration with an authenticity that cannot be acquired by any other means," Romero said.

"There is no shortcut to seeing a community through the eyes of someone who has lived through its changes and reconfigurations. Indeed, 'Barrio Stories' will speak to a hard-earned truth of our Tucson community," Romero said. "Not all stories are easy to tell and this one might bring a few tears. That's the only kind of story worth telling."

Javier Duran, director of the Confluencenter, has familial ties to the community that was razed. "My father was born in Pennington Street in 1924 so this project hits close to home, as it connects

many memories. La Calle and downtown have always been a part of my family's historical and cultural imaginary. I'm delighted to see Professor Otero tackling this subject, and that Confluencenter is sponsoring a project that successfully captures the diverse heritage of the Tucson barrios and reminds our contemporary audience of downtown's not very distant past."

Details on the Borderlands performances are at BorderlandsTheaterom.

The Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry works with scholars in the Colleges of Humanities, Fine Arts and
Social and Behavioral Sciences, awarding Faculty Collaboration Grants for interdisciplinary research
along with supporting a Graduate Fellows Program. More details are available at





Contact: Milta Ortiz


Borderlands Theater presents the world premiere of Barrio Stories



Borderlands Theater presents the world premiere of Barrio Stories, written by award winning playwrights Elaine Romero, Virginia Grise, and Martin Zimmerman. Barrio Stories is a site-specific, promenade style theatrical event directed by Marc David Pinate. Barrio Stories runs March 3- March 6.


Staged outdoors on the grounds of the Tucson Convention Center (TCC), this theatrical spectacle brings to life the oral histories of Tucson's original Mexican American neighborhood demolished with the building of the convention center in the 1960s. Precious memories come to life as audience members take a theatrical tour of what used to be the bustling epicenter of commerce and public celebrations for Tucson's Mexican-American community (some seating is available.) Four vignettes with performance installations encountered throughout the plaza culminate in an interactive post show pachanga: featuring folklorico and mariachi youth ensembles with interactive art and audio booths for all ages.


The Barrio Stories Project celebrates and preserves the history and heritage of Tucson's historic Mexican-American barrios. Using a cross-sector process — involving anthropologists, historians, youth, theatre makers, and community — the project collected oral histories from elders who remembered the area known as Barrio Libre or La Calle — a hub of commerce and community celebrations torn down with the building of the TCC in 1968. These narratives form the basis of Barrio Stories, a new play written by a team of nationally renowned playwrights: Elaine Romero, Virginia Grise, and Martin Zimmerman.


Part walking tour, part historical reenactment Barrio Stories aims to appeal to new audiences by breaking theater out of the proscenium box and taking it to the streets. Most theaters are grappling with the question of how to reach and engage a new audience. South Coast Reparatory and La Jolla Playhouse in Southern California staged outdoor theatrical spectacles Dialogos  and El Henry, respectively, in an effort designed to reach a new audience and break barriers. Dialogos had several community engagement strategies designed to reach a new demographic and develop new audiences. Engaging community members along with professional artists in the process is a way for the community to have a stake in theater. It's a way of democratizing theater and making it accessible to a broader audience, while creating a quality product. The hope is that community members will come back to the theater and bring their friends, neighbors, co-workers.

Borderlands rides the wave of radical hospitality. Radical Hospital has proven successful for Mixed Blood Theater in Minneapolis. As a smaller theater, Borderlands relies on ticket revenue for the time being. For Barrio Stories Borderlands Theater is offering admission for a $10 suggested donation with "no one turned away for lack of funds." The idea is to make theater accessible to a broader group, people who typically can't afford theater, which often translates to a younger and a more diverse audience.


Part of this new wave of theater has roots in site-specific work. The goal of site-specific work or "creative placemaking" is to bring theater to the people and activate an under utilized space. Similar to Creative Time's work in New Orleans, which activated the devastated vacated landscape of the ninth ward with a production of Waiting for Godot soon after hurricane Katrina. Creative placemaking works on the assertion that public spaces are for creative and free expression. The play or creative activity should resonate with the history and nearby inhabitants of the space. Borderlands will re-inhabit the Tucson Convention Center grounds with stories of the of Tucson's original Hispanic barrio. We believe in honoring and celebrating that history with the community at large. The goal is to populate the TCC with Tucsonans, some of whom have contributed to the performance and others who will interact with the performance during the run of the show. We plan to create papel picado inspired banners with audience reflection art and have that displayed somewhere locally for some time. We will also record and photograph audience reflections in an effort to preserve this re-inhabiting of space.


Elaine Romero An award-winning playwright, Elaine Romero has had her plays Barrio Hollywood, Secret Things, Curanderas! Serpents of the Clouds, The Fat-Free Chicana and the Snow Cap Queen, and Day of Our Dead presented at such theatres as Actors Theatre of Louisville, Arizona Theatre Company, Borderlands Theater, Women's Project and Productions, Magic Theatre, Kitchen Dog Theatre, San Diego Rep, INTAR, City Theatre, the Miracle Theatre, the Phoenix Theatre, Invisible Theatre, the Curious Theatre Company, Urban Stages, the Working Theatre, and the New Theatre among others. She has been published by Vintage Books, Samuel French, University of Arizona Press, University of Iowa Press, Smith & Kraus, Playscripts, Inc. and Heinemann Press. A past Guest Artist at South Coast Repertory and the Mark Taper Forum, Romero serves as Playwright-in-Residence at the Arizona Theatre Company, managing their National Latino Playwrights Award.

Virginia Grise From panzas to prisons, from street theatre to large-scale multimedia performances, from princess to chafa — Virginia Grise writes plays that are set in bars without windows, barrio rooftops, and lesbian bedrooms. Her play blu was the winner of the 2010 Yale Drama Series Award and was recently published by Yale University Press. Her other published work includes The Panza Monologues co-written with Irma Mayorga (University of Texas Press).

Virginia is a recipient of the Whiting Writers' Award, the Princess Grace Award in Theatre Directing, the Playwrights' Center's Jerome Fellowship, the Loft Literary Center's Spoken Word Fellowship, Pregones Theatre's Asuncion Award for Queer Playwriting, and is a Time Warner Fellow Alum at the Women's Project Theatre Lab. Her work has been produced, commissioned and/or developed at the Alliance Theatre, Bihl Haus Arts, Company of Angels, Cornerstone Theatre, Highways Performance Space, Playwright's Center, Pregones Theatre, REDCAT, Victory Gardens, Women's Project and Yale Repertory Theatre.

Martin Zimmerman is a multi-ethnic, bilingual playwright whose plays include Seven Spots On The Sun, White Tie Ball, The Making Of A Modern Folk Hero, The Solid Sand Below, and Let Me Count The Ways, and have been produced or developed at The Kennedy Center, Goodman Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, La Jolla Playhouse, LCT3, New York Theatre Workshop, Victory Gardens Theater, The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Playwrights Conference, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Marin Theatre Company, The Playwrights' Center, Alliance Theatre, A.C.T. (Seattle), PlayPenn, Icicle Creek Theatre Festival, American Theater Company, The Theatre @ Boston Court, and Chicago Dramatists to name a few. He is a recipient of the Terrence McNally New Play Award, Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award Citation, Humanitas Prize New Voices Award, Sky Cooper New American Play Prize, McKnight Advancement Grant, Jerome Fellowship, Carl Djerassi Playwriting Fellowship, and National New Play Network's Smith Prize among others.


Marc David Pinate is a theatre artist/performer and educator. Companies he is proud to have worked with include Teatro Vision, Shadowlight Productions, Campo Santo, The Magic, and El Teatro Campesino in the Bay Area; Steppenwolf, Victory Gardens, and American Theatre Company in Chicago; Denver's Su Teatro, and Arizona Theatre Company and Borderlands Theater locally. Marc was the recipient of a three-year directing residency funded by the Doris Duke Foundation at La Peria Cultural Center in Berkeley, California. During his residency he founded the Hybrid Performance Experiment (The HyPE) known for their site specific theatre performances on Bay Area Rapid Transit trains and mall food courts.. Marc holds an MFA in Directing from The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago. His artist interests lie in merging elements of ritual and ceremony with professional theatre aesthetics. Popular Theater forms such as giant puppetry, shadow theatre, and mask work have become a recent passion


Outdoors on the grounds of the Tucson Convention Center 260 S Church Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701. $10 suggested donation (no one turned away for lack of funds) at the entrance. Two entrances: off of parking lot A, Church St. and parking lot C, Granada St.

3/3/16 10am-12: 45pm Performance 12:45pm-1: 15pm Audience Interactive Pachanga 3/4/16 10am-12: 45pm Performance 12:45pm-1: 15pm Audience Interactive Pechanga 3/5/16 11am-1: 45pm Performance 1:45pm-2: 45pm Audience Interactive Pachanga 3/6/16 11am-1: 45pm Performance 1:45pm-2: 45pm Audience Interactive Pachanga


AT (520) 882-7406. In person at 40 W. BROADWAY, TUCSON 85701.




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Barbea Williams Performing Company presents "No Shaming, No Blaming"


From: Barbea Williams []
Sent: Friday, January 29, 2016 9:09 AM
Subject: "No Shaming, No Blaming" Black History Month Celebration 2016


Barbea Williams Performing Company 


“No Shaming, No Blaming”

Black History Month Celebration 2016

Addresses Health and Wellness, Food Consumption, 

Cravings and Addictions.


Dance, Drama, Spoken Word and Culture               

                                                               Advance Tickets:  $10; $13 at the door

                                                               Student and Family Discounts Available


Tickets and Info: Call: (520) 628-7785

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                                                                   Friday, February 26th, 7:30pm

AND Saturday, February 27th 3pm AND 7:30pm (3 shows total)

At the Historic Dunbar Pavilion, Lander Auditorium, 325 W. 2nd Street


(520) 628-7785



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Live Theatre Workshop's Spring 2016 classes for children enrolling

A Note from the Directors of Children's Programming

Dear Parents and Guardians,

This year we are working hard to challenge each of our students individually and as an ensemble. Their are many different skill sets to be learned as an actor and LTW has created classes that will help your students advance to each new level. In order to achieve this goal we find that it's important to have each student in the proper grade level to learn and be challenged most efficiently. Below you will find our registration listings. Please look at the grade levels closely as they have changed from previous sessions. If you have any questions please contact Amanda Gremel or Stephen Frankenfield.

Thank you!

Spring 2016 Classes


Download the paper registration form

Send form to 5317 E. Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85712 or call the Education Office at (520) 327-0160.

or select the Register button below next to the class you want.

Payment plans are also available.


Drama Tots

Ages: 4yr Preschool - Kindergarten Tuition: $100 Number of weeks: 8

In this class children will get to explore the stage as we take on familiar fairy tales and nursery rhymes and bring them to life. Through creative play and movement your child will build on their social skills, coordination, and imagination.

Register Tuesdays, 3:00-4:00 PM • March 22 - May 10



Dramatic Exploration

Ages: 1st - 3rd Grade Tuition: $120 Number of weeks: 9

Through the power of play, we use theatre games, song and dance to help open your child's wonderful imagination and create a small showcase. By working together on a common goal, students learn the importance of teamwork, focus, confidence, and a variety of developmental skills that aid in creating theatre art.

Register Tuesdays, 4:00-5:00 PM • March 22 - May 17

Register Thursdays, 4:00-5:00 PM • March 24 - May 19



Creative Dramatics

Ages: 4th - 6th Grade Tuition: $130 Number of weeks: 9

This class is designed for students who have a basic understanding of theatre arts. While working on a small showcase, we introduce skills that will help our students advance onto the next level. We work on character building, improvisational skills, and a deeper understanding of the production process. Students will leave this class understanding more advanced theatre terminology, stage movement, and how to work as a community.

Register Saturdays, 10:30-12:00 PM • March 26 - May 21



"Improv" Yourself

Ages: 6th - 12th Grade Tuition: $150 Number of weeks: 9

Ever wanted to take a class that was nothing but games? Well now you can! In just 9 short weeks we will be exploring the art of improv. Learn how to think on your feet, increase stage presence and reaction, and also the importance of teamwork on stage. Improv is a valuable tool for actors to practice their skills and its fun too!

Register Saturdays, 12:00-2:00 PM • March 26 - May 21




About Us

The Live Theatre Workshop’s OnStage! Education Department was developed and continues to develop as a center for teaching the theatre arts in a friendly and creative setting. Weekly classes and summer and winter drama day camps are taught by trained, experienced teachers, actors, and directors from the Tucson community. The program ranges from introducing theatre through the process of producing a script all the way to advanced technical and acting roles, as well as internships. The OnStage! Education program is a great place to begin and develop as a theatre artist.



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ATC's Intermezzo Presents: Alison Hawthorne Deming and Mark Wunderlich

February 9, 7PM at The Temple Lounge, 330 South Scott, Tucson


Intermezzo Presents: Alison Hawthorne Deming and Mark Wunderlich

Join ATC's Cafe Bohemia for Intermezzo, the show between the shows, featuring Alison Hawthorne Deming and Mark Wunderlich reading live excerpts from their own work!


See you at Cafe Bohemia!


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Thursday, January 28, 2016

UA's Arizona Repertory Theatre presents THE TEMPEST


From: Pierce, Lisa Ann - (lisapierce) []
Sent: Thursday, January 28, 2016 5:12 PM
Subject: The Tempest Blows into Tucson


On February 28th, THE TEMPEST blows into Tucson along with Shakespeare's First Folio from 1623. Are you able to handle the magic?



CONTACT: Lisa Pierce, Dir. of Marketing & Development • 520.626.2686 •
The University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television

Approx Run Time: 102 minutes • 15-minute Intermission • Brent Gibbs, Director • (520) 621-9402 • Media Photo Call: Feb 11, 2016 at 4:30pm in the Tornabene Theatre

January 28, 2016

UA's Arizona Repertory Theatre presents THE TEMPEST
by William Shakespeare I directed by Brent Gibbs

TUCSON, AZ - One of Shakespeare's last and greatest works, The Tempest is part fairy tale, part romance and nothing but pure magic. From the crash of the opening storm, to the echo of the play's famous closing lines, audiences will be spellbound by the beauty of Shakespeare's language and enthralled by the brilliance of his invention. Prospero, the magician and exiled Duke; Miranda, his beautiful daughter; Caliban, his half human slave; and Ariel, a spirit of the air; are all part of the story, but Shakespeare is the true star in this late, great masterpiece of reconciliation and forgiveness.

To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, the Folger Shakespeare Library is sending a First Folio to every state in the United States, and the University of Arizona was chosen through a competitive selection process to be the host site for Arizona! The touring exhibit will be installed at the Arizona State Museum. Join us as we celebrate the greatest playwright of the English language with First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare, and visit to participate in other Shakespeare-related events on and off campus, including our production of The Comedy of Errors, running in repertory with The Tempest!

Dates & Times:

Previews: Previews: Mar 6 at 1:3opm, Mar 7 at 7:3opm
Evenings: Mar 9-11, Mar 25, Mar 31, Apr
2 at 7:3opm
Matinees: Mar
12, Mar 26, Apr 3 at 1:3opm

Place: Tornabene Theatre on the UA campus located near the SE corner of Park Avenue and Speedway Boulevard.


Regular $28, Senior/UA Employee/Military $26, Student $19, Preview $17, Alumni discount $6 off qualifying rate

Deeper discounts apply for groups numbering io+

Ticket Information: UA Fine Arts Box Office, (520) 621-1162 112p-4p I M-F I Also open one hour before each performance

Parking: Park Avenue Garage, located on Park Avenue just north of Speedway Blvd. Pre-paid parking is available for weekday evening performances. Saturday and Sunday there is no charge to park. If you have special needs for parking, please call UA Parking & Transportation Services at (520) 621-3550.

Media Contact: Lisa Pierce, (520) 626-2686,
Production Sponsor:
Pat Engels & Richard Medland



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Gaslight: Ackermann's in Concert - Monday Feb 15th at 3 PM & 7 PM.


The Ackermann Family band!

Monday February 15th @ 3PM & 7PM






Click here to see more info.

The Ackermanns- 2/15/16 at 7pm

Armen Dirtadian- 2/22/16 at 7pm

Take it Easy- 2/29/16 at 7pm

You've Got a Friend- 3/7/16 at 7pm

The Socials- 3/14/16 at 7pm




The Gaslight is available for meetings , presentations and special events.

For more information contact Becky by emailing her here.


Our address: 7010 E Broadway Blvd
Tucson, Arizona 85710


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