Tuesday, February 28, 2017




When: Friday, March 24 at 5 PM – 8 PM
Where: YWCA Southern Arizona- Frances McClelland Community Center

The celebration and fundraiser will be emceed by Editorial Cartoonist and Humor Columnist, David Fitzsimmons, and will feature a reading by Penelope Starr from her newly released book, The Radical Act of Community Storytelling: Empowering Voices in Uncensored Events.
This step-by-step guide chronicles Starr’s years growing the community of Odyssey Storytelling. Why did a fifty-eight year old artist decide to take on a small project that turned into a successful nonprofit storytelling organization? What challenges did she face and how did she survive them? How can other communities create their own storytelling events? Experience her joys, frustrations and laughter. The Radical Act of Community Storytelling is packed with practical tips and plenty of inspirational stories.
A few favorite tellers take the stage for additional storytelling entertainment. If you love stories, freedom of speech, and want to make sure it continues, come support Odyssey Storytelling.
$10 suggested donation. Refreshments will be served. Books will be for sale at the event.
Now more than ever, we must celebrate and embrace the uncensored voices of diverse community members. This is exactly what Odyssey Storytelling has been doing for thirteen years through monthly live shows featuring the true stories of everyday people.




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ATC presents "Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash:"


From: Steve Carr [mailto:scarr51@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 6:41 AM
Subject: "Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash:" Songs of Love, Faith, Rowdiness and Redemption in Arizona Theatre Company Production










            Johnny Cash.  Just the name is iconic, but his music and that deep, calm bass-baritone voice made the "Man in Black" an American legend. From his songbook comes this crowd-pleasing, foot-stomping musical celebration that tells a fascinating story of love and faith, struggle and success, rowdiness and redemption, home and family.

            Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash features 38 classic hits – from I Walk the Line and A Boy Named Sue to Folsom Prison Blues and the title tune – performed by a multi-talented cast of actors, singers and musicians in the story of this uniquely American legend.  Ring of Fire plays at the Temple of Music and Art, 333 S. Scott Ave. in Tucson, from March 4-25 and at the Herberger Theater Center, 222 E. Monroe St. in Phoenix, from March 30 through April 16. The 2016-17 season is sponsored by I. Michael and Beth Kasser. In Phoenix, the Production Sponsor is Zazu Pannee and Media Sponsor is KMLE Country @107.9.

Conceived by William Meade and created by Richard Maltby, Jr., Ring Of Fire dramatizes the story of a man who grew up poor in America's heartland and traveled the world on the strength of his music and talent. Throughout his journey, Johnny Cash finds love, success, faith, misadventure, heartache, redemption and the love of a good woman.

            "Ring Of Fire is the only theatrical show Johnny Cash gave his approval for and endorsed," said Jason Edwards, the original director of this production which is being recreated by Randal Myler. "The show celebrates the songs he wrote about the everyday man; songs about issues and experiences he dealt with; songs that gave voice to so many overlooked and forgotten people. The show tries to touch on every aspect of Mr. Cash's life – his youth, his faith, his struggles, and his triumphs. It's also a story about love."

            More than a musical biography, Ring of Fire looks at Cash's life thematically.  From this early years picking cotton in hardscrabble fields to superstardom, the show chronicles both the lows and highs of the man who traversed musical genres from county and rock to folk and gospel.  It is but a sampling of the more than 40 songs that Cash, a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member had to his credit.

            Cash was also inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Gospel Music Hall of Fame.  He placed 48 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart and more than 130 hits on the Billboard country singles chart, more than anyone in history.

Ticket prices are $25-$80 and are available in-person in Tucson at the Temple of Music and Art box office or by calling (520) 622-2823.  Tickets are available in-person in Phoenix at the Herberger Theater Center, or by calling (602) 256-6995 or online for performances in both cities at www.arizonatheatre.org.

For more information call (520) 622-2823 in Tucson, (602) 256-6995 in Phoenix or visit www.arizonatheatre.org.



Director: Randal Myler

Music Director: Jeff Lisenby

Choreographer: Denise Patton

Scenic Design: John Iacovelli

Lighting Design: Kenton Yeager

Costume Design: Gordon DeVinney

Sound Design: Brian Jerome Peterson

Production Stage Manager: Bruno Ingram



Randal Myler, Director, At ATC his credits include Hank Williams: Lost Highway, It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues, Love Janis, The Immigrant, Touch the Names, Woody Guthrie's American Song. Broadway: It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues (Tony nomination). Off-Broadway: Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Little Shubert, Promenade, Manhattan Ensemble, New Victory Theatre, Village Gate, B.B. King's, New World Stages. Regional Theatre: Kennedy Center, Mark Taper Forum, Arena Stage, Denver Center, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Actor's Theatre of Louisville, Geffen Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Northlight Theatre, Crossroads Theatre, San Diego's Old Globe, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Alley Theatre, Laguna Playhouse, Dallas Theatre Center, Grand Ole Opry, Cleveland Play House, Virginia Stage Company, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, California Theatre Center, TheatreWorks, Portland Center Stage, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Bay Street Theatre, and others. CAST BIOGRAPHIES

Trenna Barnes (Principal) has previously appeared in Ring of Fire at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach Florida, Denver Center Theatre Company, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, and others. She was also the lead singer- songwriter for the all-girl band Cowboy Crush and toured over 40 countries with Curb Records; appearing with Charlie Daniels, Big & Rich, Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Trace Adkins, Huey Lewis and the News, Alan Jackson, Dierks Bentley and many others.

Allison Briner-Dardenne (Principal) is making her ATC debut. Broadway: Steve Martin and Edie Brickel's Bright Star, Mamma Mia! National Tours: Mamma Mia!, Les Misérables, Titanic, White Christmas, Follies (with the Broadway company) at Ahmanson Theatre, L.A. Off-Broadway: Forbidden Broadway, Listen to My Heart, Pete 'N' Keely, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Song of Singapore, Forbidden Hollywood. Representative regional theatre: Ring of Fire (St. Louis Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Totem Pole Playhouse, Riverside Theatre at Vero Beach). Other regional credits include: The Kennedy Center, The Old Globe, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Paper Mill Playhouse, TheatreWorks at Palo Alto, Syracuse Stage, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Berkshire Theatre Festival, and others.

Michael Monroe Goodman (Principal) is a multi-instrumentalist, actor, songwriter, comedian, and improviser. He spent two years with Million Dollar Quartet covering several roles (Elvis, Cash, Perkins) and also received a Jeff Award nomination for his role in Mercury Theatre's production of Ring of Fire in 2015. Along with theatre, he also stays busy with commercial, TV, film, and recording critically-acclaimed original music on his record label.

Brian Mathis (Principal) recently appeared in Ring of Fire at Water Tower Theatre in. Nationally, he has appeared in national tours of Seussical and Jesus Christ Superstar. Regionally, he has appeared with Casa Manana, Stage West, Circle Theatre, Amphibian Stage, Lyric Stage, Turtle Creek Chorale, Dallas Theatre Center, Theatre Under the Stars, River City Rep, Tennessee (Nashville) Rep, Nashville Shakespeare Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Downtown Cabaret (Bridgeport, CT), The Bushnell Center, and Kansas City Starlight.

The cast also includes Walter Hartman (Musician / Ensemble, Fiddle), Ben Hope (Musician / Ensemble, Guitar / Mandolin / Harmonica), Brantley Kearns (Musician / Ensemble, Fiddle), Jeff Lisenby (Musician / Ensemble, Keyboard / Accordion), John W. Marshall (Musician / Ensemble, Upright Bass) and Brent Moyer (Musician / Ensemble, Guitar / Trumpet)

Tickets for Ring of Fire start at $25 and are subject to change depending on time, date and section, and are available at www.arizonatheatre.org or by calling the box office at (520) 622-2823 in Tucson or (602) 256-6995 in Phoenix.  Discounts are available for seniors and active military.  A $10 student ticket pricing is now available for all performances.  Half-price rush tickets are available for balcony seating for all performances one hour prior to curtain at the ATC box office (subject to availability). Tickets are available for a suggested $10 donation. (Tickets must be purchased at the Temple of Music and Art or Herberger Theater Center starting one hour prior to curtain. Tickets are first-come, first served.  Cash only. Two tickets maximum per person.) For discounts for groups of 10 or more, call (520) 622-2823 in Tucson or (602) 256-6995 in Phoenix.

Arizona Theatre Company offers accessibility services for patrons with disabilities for select performances.  Audio Description provides patrons with vision loss a running audio description of the movement and activities onstage through an infrared broadcast system.  An Audio-Described performance is offered in Tucson on Thursday, March 23 at 2 p.m. and in Phoenix on Wednesday, April 12 at 2 p.m. and Thursday, April 13 at 2 p.m.. Interested patrons with vision loss may request a tactile tour one hour prior to curtain. American Sign Language Interpretation is presented by professional, theatrically-trained ASL-interpreters for people who have deafness or hearing impairment.  An ASL-interpreted performance is offered in Tucson on Thursday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m. and in Phoenix on Saturday, April 15 at 4 p.m. Open captioning allows patrons to read the play's dialogue on an LED screen as the play progresses.  An open captioned performance is offered in Tucson on Thursday, March 23 at 2 p.m. and in Phoenix on Sunday, April 9 at 6 p.m. For open-captioned or ASL-interpreted performances, patrons should request seats best suited to ASL interpretation or captioning when purchasing tickets.  Large print and Braille playbills and infrared listening amplification devices are also available at every ATC performance with reservation. TTY access for the box office is available in Tucson at (520) 884-9723 or via Arizona Relay at (800) 367-8939 (TTY/ASCII).


Fact Sheet:
Ring of Fire

Created by Richard Maltby, Jr.

Conceived by William Meade

Directed by Randal Myler

Tucson Venue:
Temple of Music and Art

330 S. Scott Ave.

Tucson, Arizona

Previews Begin: Saturday, March 4 at 8 p.m.
Opening Night: Friday, March 10 at 7:30 p.m.
Closing Performance: Saturday, March 25 at 8 p.m.


Phoenix Venue:

Herberger Theater Center

222 E. Monroe St.

Phoenix, Ariz.

Previews Begin: Thursday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Opening Night: Saturday, April 1 at 8 p.m.

Closing Performance: Sunday, April 16 at 1 p.m.

Ticket Info:

Ticket prices are $25-$100 and are available in-person at the Temple of Music and Art box office or via phone at (520) 622-2823; or at the Herberger Theater Center box office or by calling (602) 256-6995 in Phoenix.  Tickets also can be purchased online at www.arizonatheatre.org.


Steve Carr, The Kur Carr Group, Inc., (602) 317-3040


About Arizona Theatre Company:

Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) is the preeminent fully professional theatre in the state of Arizona committed to inspiring, engaging, and entertaining - one moment, one production, and one audience at a time. Boasting the largest seasonal subscriber base in the performing arts in Arizona, ATC is the only resident company in the U.S. that is fully based in two cities providing its wide array of programming and community outreach across the region. Now in its 50th 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, access initiatives and new play programs. Designated The State Theatre of Arizona, ATC is led by Artistic Director David Ira Goldstein and a dedicated Board of Trustees.  



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Auditions - Arizona Rose Youth Theatre


From: Arizona Rose Theatre [mailto:azrosetheatre@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2017 9:51 PM
Subject: Auditions - Arizona Rose Youth Theatre





Spring "Learning Through Application" Musical Auditions. More details about the show will be coming soon! But, we can tell you that the musical is about a very famous red-headed orphan with a dog!






Erin Recuparo at: erin@arizonarosetheatre.com

- Song & Monologue Recommended -


Our Spring Musical will run April 22nd & 23rd.


If cast in the production there will be a

Performance Registration Fee: $180

(add a sibling for additional $150)


*Payment plan options available



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Monday, February 27, 2017

Unscrewed Theater: LAST DAY For Scholarship Submissions


From: Chris Seidman [mailto:chris.seidman@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2017 8:58 AM
Subject: LAST DAY For Scholarship Submissions


Unscrewed Theater/ShelShines Improv 101 Scholarship - Application Deadline is February 28, 2017

Applications are accepted until February 28, 2017 by 12:00 Midnight. A letter of recommendation is required. More information is available at: http://bit.ly/Improv101ScholarshipShelShines


Unscrewed Theater, in partnership with ShelShines, is offering a scholarship for a student to attend its next Improv 101 course, starting Wednesday, March 8, 2017 and ending April 26, 2017. The scholarship offered by Unscrewed Theater is for the $150 enrollment fee for its Improv 101 course for one qualified applicant.

Executive Director Chis Seidman described the scholarship opportunity as, "The Unscrewed Theater/ShelShines Scholarship is to award improvisers the opportunity to study improvisational theater. Scholarships are awarded to students who exhibit financial need along with a desire to learn an art form that prides itself on taking care of others, making your scene partner look good, being supportive on and off stage, and thinking fast on your feet."

"Shel Shines" - Shelley Shelton - is a jewelry lady with a journalism addiction, and also the long-suffering (but proud) "other half" to one of Unscrewed Theater's own improv students, on top of being a general fan of Unscrewed Theater. Check out her jewelry catalogs online at www.shelshines.mypremierdesigns.com.

Applications are accepted until February 28, 2017 by 12:00 Midnight. A letter of recommendation is required. More information is available at: http://bit.ly/Improv101ScholarshipShelShines

Unscrewed Theater is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching, performing, and producing all forms of live improvisational theater in Tucson, AZ.

Unscrewed Theater (UT), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, operates Unscrewed Theater at 3244 E. Speedway Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85716. Scholarships are provided at the sole discretion of the Unscrewed Theater Governing Board, and are subject to periodic review and update as required.



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The Opera Guild of Southern Arizona present QUEST FOR THE BEST VOCAL COMPETITION



Saturday, March 11, 2017 - 1:00pm

The Opera Guild of Southern Arizona will present the vocal competition, Quest for the Best, on March 11, 2017 at 1:00pm at Holsclaw Hall in the Fred Fox School of Music Building on the University of Arizona campus. 

Holsclaw hall

Fred fox school of music

1017 N Olive Rd

Tucson, AZ 85719

In this vocal competition, undergraduate and graduate students of opera will compete for cash prizes, and the audience members are the judges.  There will be a wine and hors d'oeuvre reception after the competition.  Call 520-906-3792 with questions or go to the website azogsa.org [1] for tickets.

The cost is $60 for adults ($25 for students). 


General Entry



Source URL: http://www.azopera.org/events/quest-best-vocal-competition

[1] http://azogsa.org



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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Fly in to Spring with ZUZI! Aerial Dance... and more!


From: ZUZI! Dance [mailto:zuzisphere@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, February 26, 2017 2:02 PM
Subject: Fly in to Spring with ZUZI! Aerial Dance... and more!


·        New! Spring 2017 Class Schedule

·        No Frills Dance Happenin'

·        Dance's Showcase of Frida Kahlo: Blood and Gold


Click here for more info: http://tucsonstage.blogspot.com/2017/02/fly-in-to-spring-with-zuzi-aerial-dance.html



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Fly in to Spring with ZUZI! Aerial Dance... and more!


New! Spring 2017 Class Schedule

Register Here








No Frills Dance Happenin'


Showcase your work in ZUZI!'s professional theater for a new audience! "No Frills" has been in existence for 18 years and is an important venue for local choreographers to feature new work or work in progress. Friday, March 24th, we'll showcase our youth performers and choreographers and local adult choreographic performances of experiment and investigation, where local talent is invited to show new work and works in progress. This show is truly about the process and you do not have to have a finished piece to showcase your work. Application deadline is Friday, March 10th. For more information visit our website.



No Frills

March 24th

ZUZI! Theater















Pablo & Friends Invite You To A Live Music Performance Featuring ZUZI! Dance's Showcase of Frida Kahlo: Blood and Gold


Let us serenade you with an evening of music and dance in honor and celebration of the life of Frida Kahlo. Music performed by Pablo Peregrina, Sally Withers, and Glenn Weyant. Featuring Nanette Robinson, choreographer and dancer.

The Javarita Coffeehouse at the Good Shepherd Church

17750 S. La Cañada Drive.

Sahuarita, Arizona 

      (520) 625-1375

      April 7th at 7:00pm

      Tickets at the door for $10

      For more information visit our website.


ZUZI! dancers will be performing encore presentations of  Frida Kahlo: Blood and Gold at The Good Shepherd Church in Sahuarita on April 7th and Tucson Botanical Gardens on May 26th. ZUZI! and Tucson Botanical Gardens will be holding a raffle at the end of our performance on May 26th to raise money for our dancers honorariums. We're accepting donations of raffle items to help offset the costs of Frida performances in support of our talented dancers. If you're interested in donating, please visit our website or give us a call at (520) 629-0237. We appreciate your support!





ZUZI! is thrilled to be in our 8th year of residency with Green Fields Country Day School, April 3rd - 7th, featuring Aerial Dance, Hooping, and Circus Arts classes. Thank you, Green Fields, for another year!





"My family and I have been actively involved with ZUZI! for years. My daughter, Tonisha, is now planning to major in dance mostly because of this influence. As an older person, I have been welcomed into the Community Dance program and even my husband has truly enjoyed with whole experience. There are very few community-based arts programs and ZUZI! is an exceptional situation. There are activities for all ages and levels and what a wonderful treat that is for all!"


~Georgie Weaver



Come In. Be Moved.  





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738 N 5th Ave, Tucson, Az

In the Historic Y






ZUZI! Dance, 738 N. 5th Ave., In The Historic Y, Tucson, AZ 85705



CORRECTION: The Bennett TheatreLab & Conservatory NOW REGISTERING FOR SPRING TERM 2017



From: Philip G. Bennett [mailto:philipgbennett@yahoo.com]
Sent: Sunday, February 26, 2017 10:55 AM
To: Bill Dell <drmemory@pipeline.com>
Subject: Error...



The Bennett TheatreLab & Conservatory

www.TheatreLabConservatory.com  -  520-207-8948 or 520-468-1664



SATURDAY, MARCH 4  –  APRIL 22, 2017 – 8 WEEKS!


The KEY to Spontaneous Emotions:  Psychophysical Actions


The TheatreLab is a safe and supportive environment for honest exploration, artistic and spiritual growth. A place for the serious novice and professional alike.  Based on Stanislavsky's Psychophysical Action technique.


8 Saturday Classes:  Professional Course in Psychophysical Actions:  12:00 – 3:00 pm -175.00 –Includes: 


Yoga Meditation

Psychophysical conditioning exercises:  The Key to Spontaneous Emotions         

Voice and Speech                             

Dramatic improvisation – Long and Short forms

Monologue and Scene study using Active Analysis through Psychophysical Actions

Performance Showcases



The Lab is located at the Historic Y, 738 N. 5th Ave. at University Blvd., Tucson, AZ   85705

(Entrance on 5th Avenue next to Zuzi Theatre)


CALL FOR INFORMATION AND TO AUDIT A CLASS      520-207-8948 -- 520-468-1664


Philip G. Bennett, Artistic Director is a graduate from the renowned American Stanislavsky Theatre in New York, where he served as actor, instructor and Assistant Artistic Director to Sonia Moore, émigré actress/director from the Third Studio of the Moscow Art Theatre. Mr. Bennett founded the San Francisco Theatre Academy in 1976 and is a three-time recipient of the prestigious Hollywood DramaLogue Award.


Graduate students appear regularly in film and television, and are accepted in conservatories and repertory companies in the US and the UK. 


Mr. Bennett's co-authored new textbook Experiencing Stanislavsky Today: Training and Rehearsal for the Psychophysical Actor, Routledge Academic Publishers, London and New York is available at Amazon.com world-wide.





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Saturday, February 25, 2017

The Very Big Show (of Support!) at the historic Rialto Theatre

The Very Big Show (of Support!):

A Fabulous Fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona

Golden Gravy Productions

The Very Big Show (of Support!)


Join the fabulous Tempest DuJour at the historic Rialto Theatre in downtown Tucson for a fast-paced, jam-packed, family-friendly evening of comedy, music, dance and more! The Very Big Show (of Support!) will showcase some of Tucson's most celebrated performers while raising vital funds and awareness for Planned Parenthood's efforts to elect leaders who support sexual and reproductive health care access and rights for all.

The exciting cast includes house band Michael P & the Gullywashers, comedian Nancy Stanley, Reveille Men's Chorus Reverb ensemble, circus troupe Cirque Roots, mariachi by Diana Olivares, comedy sketches by Unscrewed Theatre, satirist David Fitzsimmons and many more. Please visit this website often as performer information will be added and updated regularly!

Admission is $50 for general seating tickets and $100 for limited-quantity VIP tickets - which includes premium seating and a pre-show reception with complimentary cocktails, tacos and opportunities to mix and mingle with Tempest DuJour and other performers. Please visit RialtoTheatre.com for tickets The Very Big Show (of Support!) today!






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Roadrunner Theatre Company Audition for "God’s Favorite"


From: Roadrunner Theatre Company [mailto:roadrunnertheatre@gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2017 1:19 PM
Subject: Audition notice from RTC




The Roadrunner Theatre Company

is proud to announce auditions for,


God's Favorite

By Neil Simon


Production run dates:

June 9 to July 2, 2017

Fridays and Saturdays at 7pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm


Directed by Larry Fuller


Audition dates:

Saturday, March 11 from 12:00pm to 2:00 pm

Saturday, March 18 from 12:00pm to 1:00 pm

Call backs immediately following from 1:00pm to 2:00pm


Cold reading from script. Please bring headshot and resume. Sides available via email.



Joe Benjamin – Mid to late fifties - father

Ben Benjamin – Mid twenties (twin brother to Sarah)

Sarah Benjamin – Mid twenties (twin sister to Ben)

Rose Benjamin – Early to mid-fifties - mother

David Benjamin – Late twenties – bigger brother

Mady – Middle aged domestic

Morris – Middle aged domestic

Sidney Lipton – Late thirties to late forties - Mystery Man


For more information, please call 520-207-2491 or email roadrunnertheatre@gmail.com.






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Friday, February 24, 2017

Audition - Murder at the Magic Show - paid


From: magicdone@aol.com [mailto:magicdone@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, February 24, 2017 4:39 PM
Subject: Audition Notice







Murder at the Magic Show






Great pay - P/T Weekend Evenings (6-9:30pm)


Casting for various Male/Female Leads

Please Email Headshot and Resume to Schedule an Audition

Mystery & Magic Dinner Theater

3500 E. Sunrise Dr. (at the Five Palms)


The Mystery and Magic Dinner Theatre at the Five Palms is seeking swing performers for "Murder at the Magic Show," an interactive award winning murder-mystery dinner show performing weekly at the beautiful Five Palms restaurant in the foothills. This is a scripted, four person show, with roles for two men and two women with strong comedic timing and a flair for improv. One of the men's roles is performed in drag, and requires an over-the-top personality. All roles are paid (stipend plus tips) and average $100-$150 per performance. Please email a headshot and resume to MagicDone@aol.com. Call Ross at 520-861-4800 with any questions, or to schedule an audition appointment.    WEBSITE: www.mysterydinner.theater



To Schedule an Audition Appointment

Call Ross - 520-861-4800

Email: MagicDone@aol.com



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