Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Arizona Repertory Theatre presents THE TEMPEST by William Shakespeare


From: UA School of Theatre, Film and TV []
Sent: Wednesday, March 9, 2016 11:02 AM
Subject: Part Romance, Pure Magic - All for You





Arizona Repertory Theatre


THE TEMPEST by William Shakespeare 



THE TEMPEST runs in rotating repertory 




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.

March 9 - 7:30pm
Runs through April 3
$19 - $28 Ticket Range
Discounts Available
Deeper Discounts for Groups of 10+


UA Tornabene Theatre
1025 N Olive Road
Tucson, AZ 85721

UA Fine Arts Box Office
(520) 621-1162 | M-F
12 noon - 4pm





Caliban (Charlie Hall), Prospero (Kevin Black) and Miranda (Tyler Reaser) during better times in Arizona Repertory Theatre's production of THE TEMPEST by William Shakespeare.

The Folger Shakespeare Library is sending a First Folio to every state in the country and the UA was chosen through a competitive selection process to be the host site for Arizona!  Assembled seven years after Shakespeare's death, the First Folio includes 36 of Shakespeare's plays - 18 of which had never been published before 1623, including THE TEMPEST. The Arizona State Museum at the UA has the exhibit from Feb 15 - Mar 15, 2016. For more information on the First Folio, our UA and community partners, and all the related events in celebration of the exhibit, please visit:



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