Saturday, April 29, 2017

IFA: Learn the Basics of a Three-Camera Studio Shoot Tuesday, May 9th at 7 PM


From: Independent Film Arizona <>
Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017 11:49 AM
Subject: IFA Newsletter


Independent Film Arizona - Tucson



"Do Your Own TV Talk Show"




Learn the Basics of a Three-Camera Studio Shoot

Tuesday, May 9th at 7 PM

Special Location for this month's meeting:

Southern Arizona Video Productions
911 S Tyndall Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719

Open to the public

(Due to limited space in the studio, this month's meeting must unfortunately be limited to 30 attendees. Please RSVP for the event to

This is a hands on rare opportunity to practice making a mock TV show. Come prepared with ideas to try, practice the different roles – or just be audience members to give feedback for the performers.

Producers – PITCH your TALK SHOW IDEA to a panel of experienced producers
Hosts – Learn the basics of how to be a good talk show host
Actors – Learn how to handle Q &amp; A like a pro
Camera People – run the TV Studio cameras
Editors – Learn the basics of live switching.
Studio Tour – learn about lighting, sound, and technical requirements
Production Van for live events – see where the magic happens.


Harry Findysz – Production Manager – Numerous Arizona Features, TV shows and Live Events

Genie Joseph, PhD – Producer/Director – Former ABC staff Producer/Director, winner of International film awards and host of her own TV and Radio talk show in Honolulu.

(Additional Pitch Panel to be announced)

Meet the Panelists 




Former CEO of Hawaii Movie Studios. She was co-producer of Nickelodeon's Beyond the Break for three seasons.  Award-winning film and television director.  Her feature films have been on Variety's Top 50 list and have won international awards. Staff producer/director at KITV-4, (The ABC Affiliate in Honolulu), directed hundreds of TV commercials.  Genie is the author of twenty screenplays – ten of which have been sold and produced by independent companies.
She's worked with such clients as The New York City Office of Business Development, Chase Manhattan Bank, Jaguar Cars, Mobil Oil, Time, Inc and many other companies.  

With an MFA, she teaches Television Production and Screenwriting at Chaminade University. 

She recently moved to Tucson, where she is founder of The Animal Consciousness Institute.  





The Director's Chair

As always we want to thank you for coming every month to be part of the vibrant Independent Film Arizona community. 
Remember, IFA meetings are free and open to the public, but we also strongly 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 free for actively enrolled students.

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

Wayne Vlcan
President Independent Film Arizona






Learn more about independent film in Arizona and be involved! We offer educational monthly meetings with experts in the film industry - and it's a great opportunity to network with industry professionals.


IFA Website



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City High School Drama Presents The Breakfast Club


City High School Drama Presents The Breakfast Club


Friday, 5/19 at 1 & 6pm & Saturday, 5/20 at 3 & 7pm


ZUZI Theatere

738 N 5th Ave, Tucson, Arizona 85705



Mark your calendars! 4 shows in 2 days, Friday & Saturday, May 19th & 20th at ZUZI Theater.

$5 or free for CHS students.

Due to some adult language, this play is rated PG-13.


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Valley of the Moon presents Hallucinate

Valley of the Moon presents


In honor of Mental Health Awareness month Valley of the Moon presents Hallucinate, a deeply personal tale of early-onset schizophrenia. Hallucinate was written and directed by a Valley of the Moon volunteer who started hallucinating at 16 and was diagnosed with schizophrenia at 17. This show is a reflection of his personal experience with the disease.

Valley of the Moon has been a center for mental health since first opening in 1932. The first sign at Valley of the Moon declared: Valley of the Moon, Tucson's Picture in the Third Dimension and Mental Health Center. We have always been a place of acceptance and healing. After the writer/director of this show was diagnosed with schizophrenia Valley of the Moon was one of the few places of safety for him and has remained an important part of his wellness to this day (7 years later).

Hallucinate is a walking theatrical production through Valley of the Moon. It is the story of Sam, a high school sophomore who starts experiencing hallucinations, as told by her doctor as she struggles with the disease. This deeply impactful show shares insight into the experience of schizophrenia. Our goal is to promote mental health awareness, decrease stigma around mental illness, and encourage people who need help to seek it.

Due to the nature of the material we STRONGLY recommend ages 13 and up for this event.

DATES: May 12 and 13
TIME: Three performances each day: 6, 7 and 8 p.m.
COST: FREE, thanks to the support of Cenpatico Integrated Care.
TICKETS: Click here to reserve tickets in advance. Same day tickets available at the gate after 5:30.


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The Estrogen Hour Comedy Show - April 30 at Laff's

The Estrogen Hour Comedy Show - April 30 at Laff's



Time once again for The Estrogen Hour comedy show with a seasonal theme:  Spring Fever! hosted by Nancy Stanley to raise funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)  --  Sunday, April 30, at Laff's Comedy Caffe, 2900 E. Broadway, Tucson.  Doors open at 5:30 PM; show at 6:30 PM.  $12 per seat online, in advance.  If seats are still available, the price will be $15 (cash) at the door. All door and raffle ticket sale proceeds benefit LLS!   


Our line-up includes:   comedy 'virgins' Esther Brilliant, Mildred Ellison and Corrina Eklund, along with comedy veterans Kelly Kerr, Genevieve Rice, Steena Salido and Mo Urban and 'Guestosterone' Elliot Glicksman and Dave Fitzsimmons.  Please LIKE the Facebook page of The Estrogen Hour to stay updated on all info.  REMINDER:  This is an over-21 show with adult content!



  1. Make a DONATION on this page:  Click on: 'Donate now' - enter the dollar amount in multiples of $12 for the number of seats your reserving.

2.      Be sure to provide ALL CONTACT INFO in the donation form so that I have your name at the door - PLEASE DO NOT SELECT 'ANONYMOUS'!  If you do,  ALL your info will be hidden from me and I will not have your name at the door.  You may choose to include a message like "3 seats for the comedy show" but it's not necessary if the $s donated match a multiple of $12 for the number of seats you are reserving.

3.      You'll get an immediate receipt/acknowledgement from LLS and you may choose to print and bring to show (or have on your phone) - if you've given all info in the donation, I should have your name at the door.

4.      Arrive at Laff's when the doors open or no later than 6 PM for best seating and to order food and beverage before the show starts.  Laff's has a two-item minimum (food, soft drinks, alcohol).  Please be aware: small parties may be seated with larger ones in true comedy club fashion!

5.       Bring CASH to buy raffle tickets (great prizes!) and know that all money raised from the raffle also goes to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, just like the seat/admission dollars!

Thanks to Nancy Stanley, all the comics, Laff's management and staff, my terrific volunteers, and YOU for supporting my fundraising efforts in my mission to CURE blood cancers!



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Friday, April 28, 2017

Invisible Theatre: Pastime Players Perform May 8, 2017! free and open to the public


From: Invisible Theatre [] On Behalf Of Invisible Theatre
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2017 9:52 PM
Subject: Pastime Players Perform May 8, 2017!



A Performance by the Pastime Players That Celebrates Ability!

Presented by the Invisible Theatre

Featuring Pastime Students from Doolen Middle School

DATE:            Monday, May 8, 2017

TIME:             7:00 p.m.

PLACE:         Doolen Middle School

2400 N. Country Club Rd. Tucson, AZ 85716

PRICE:          It's free and open to the public! Bring the whole family!

INFO:             Call (520) 882-9721 for information.
Tickets are not needed for this event.

(April 26, 2017, Tucson AZ); The Invisible Theatre's Pastime Players, an award-winning, multi­disciplinary arts education program for mentally and physically challenged students, started as a workshop in 1984 and has grown into a national prototype of innovative arts education programming that focuses on ability rather than disability. Funded in part by Foundation Cariňoso and The David C. and Lura M. Lovell Foundation, Project Pastime exemplifies the concept that when artists, teachers, administrators, funding agents, students and parents come together as a community – we really can make a difference.

The Pastime Players will present "THE ME INSIDE OF ME"
on Monday, May 8, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at Doolen Middle School.



THE ME INSIDE OF ME is an original musical that is presented each spring marking the culmination of the students' year-long instruction in music, drama and dance. Conceived and created by Invisible Theatre's Managing Artistic Director Susan Claassen, Project Pastime is directed by Susan Claassen with associate director Gail Fitzhugh, musical director Rob Boone and choreographer Kathryn Byrnes. The project is centered at Doolen Middle School in the Tucson Unified School District. The Pastime Players receive instruction twice a week from local artists of the Invisible Theatre. While some components of THE ME INSIDE OF ME are repeated in each production, the framework is flexible and allows for individual ensemble members to have their special talents spotlighted. This year's production will feature Shakespeare, The Pizza Song and excerpts from Annie.

In addition to school performances, the touring group of Project Pastime has performed at the American Association of School Administrators Conference in Orlando, Florida in 2001. Throughout Arizona, they've appeared in such diverse venues as the state legislature, Raytheon Corporation, The City of Hope's National Spirit of Life dinner, the Senior Olympics opening ceremonies, the National Association for Handicapped Riders national conference, an art reception at the Flux Gallery in Plaza Palomino and at the 2013 Gem Show for the National Chinese Jewelry Association. Pastime Players were also honored at the 2002 Volunteers of the Year Awards when they received the Southwest Gas Corporation's "Right from the Start for Children" Award. The award winning documentary, Such Good Friends, chronicling the Pastime Players, premiered at The Loft Cinema on April 26, 2009.

A promotional video of Project Pastime is available. Photo and interview opportunities can be arranged by contacting Alayna Voutsas at Invisible Theatre – (520) 884-0672.



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TIM Comedy Theater takes a swipe at modern dating, The Dating Scene


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Sent: Friday, April 28, 2017 7:01 AM
Subject: Funny on 4th: Bad Date Good Story


TIM Comedy Theater

The Dating Scene

"Bad date, good story" is the name of the game, as we come together to celebrate the triumphs and tribulations of finding a significant other.

Audience members share their best or worst dating stories to inspire a completely made-up-on-the-spot hilarious comedy show. Saturday night at 9 PM, we take a swipe at modern dating!

Click here for more information

This Week's Show Schedule

Friday Night
7:30 PM - TIM Super Show (f/Sweater Pills & the Riveters)
9 PM - The Soap Box w/ Clif Taylor

Saturday Night
7:30 PM - Improv Throwdown
9 PM - The Dating Scene



The Soap Box Welcome Clif Taylor

Clif Taylor won fame in Tucson's '80s punk scene as Chick Cashman, an anything-goes guitar monster in drag. Now tied up with classic architecture, too (He's the Clif in the Downtown Clifton), he's wrapping up a documentary, "Fuzz", about epic guitar effects. 

Join TIM's flagship show for five short stories followed by a hilarious night of comedy!  

Tucson Improv Movement

329 E 7th Street

Tucson, AZ 85705



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Winding Road Theatre Company Presents News of the World and Other Stories by Ron Carlson


From: Ron Pullins []
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2017 4:57 PM
Subject: Press Release for Winding Road's Production News of the World

Winding Road Theatre Company Presents

News of the World and Other Stories by Ron Carlson

May 11 – May 28, 2017

Tucson, Arizona – Winding Road Theatre Com­pany is proud to bring News of the World and Other Stories by Ron Carlson. This series of stories adapted for the stage will be produced at The Temple of Music and Art Cabaret The­ater, 330 S. Scott Avenue, from May 11 — May 28. Special preview performance Thursday, May 11, 7:30 PM, Fridays 5/12, 5/19, 5/26 and Saturdays 5/13, 5/20, 5/27 at 7:30 PM, and Sunday 5/14, 5/21, and 5/28 at 2:00 PM.

Adapted for the stage these short stories, reminiscent of tabloid news, present a delightful series of life­like situations. Whether it is a psychic coming clean, or Bigfoot finally going public, or a woman with news regarding what the afterlife is really like. These characters come from a world that is both magi­cal and dangerous, speaking their truth with disarming honesty. This production is directed by Leslie J Miller, and features Susan Arnold, Seonaid Barngrover, Roger Owen, India Osborne & Steve Wood.

Ticket prices range from $20 - $25. Student, Senior and Group rates available.

More information and tickets for the event can be purchased at our website:

The mission of Winding Road Theatre is to tell dynamic, theatrical stories that illuminate the human


Follow Winding Road Theatre

on Facebook at Winding Road and News of the World Facebook event

The Winding Road Theatre Company's vision is to sustain theater as a viable art by offering of programs that not only inspire and educate, but also challenge us as a theater company to move in tandem with the rest of the world. We ask questions, we reach beyond what we know, and we are committed to the­ater as a vehicle for change.



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Ballet in Bloom—A Benefit for Ballet Tucson


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Subject: Ballet in Bloom—A Benefit for Ballet Tucson



Ballet in Bloom – A Garden Event
Sunday, May 7, 2017 — 1:00 pm
Skyline Country Club
5200 E. St. Andrews Dr.

Ballet in Bloom is a new, delightful garden-themed fundraiser featuring art, dance, music, and brunch to benefit Ballet Tucson. 
This entertaining "must do" event will be held on Sunday, May 7 at the beautiful Skyline Country Club and promises to be an exciting gathering for art lovers, event planners, and garden enthusiasts of every kind. 

  • Silent auction of one-of-a-kind works by local artists, home goods, jewelry, and garden art
  • "Mystery gift boxes" available for purchase
  • Live demonstrations from renowned floral artist Jacque Askren (Askren & Sons) and Sheri Herrera de Frey (Arbico Organics)
  • Live musical entertainment by the Southwest String Quartet
  • Ballet performance of excerpts from A Midsummer Night's Dream by Ballet Tucson's talented professional dancers

$65.00 per person - $40.00 for children under 12
For reservations, call Ballet Tucson at 520.903.1445
All proceeds benefit Ballet Tucson



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Arts Express: See THE BEST in High School Musical Theatre!


From: Arts Express []
Sent: Friday, April 28, 2017 11:51 AM
Subject: See THE BEST in High School Musical Theatre!



The top talent from Tucson high schools compete to select the top male and female who will go on to the Nationals in New York City.  Celebrating excellence in local high school musical theatre, this event is part of the National High School Musical Theatre Awards held in New York City, June 26, 2017 at the Minskoff Theatre, home of Disney's The Lion King. 

or call (520)319-0400


17 W Congress St, Tucson, AZ 85701

 $20 Adults, $10 Students & Children
Monte Ralstin, Director
Mike Padilla, Music Director
Claire Hancock, Choreographer

Top Scoring Actresses (in alpha order by last name)

Samantha Adams – Maria/Westside Story, Canyon del Oro High School

Sarah Chico – Fantine/Les Miserables, Marana High School

Sophia Duclo – Mary/Mary Poppins, Rincon University High School

Sophia Rose Franklin – Miss Adelaide/Guys & Dolls, Ironwood Ridge High School

Ravelle Fredrickson – Cinderella/Into the Woods, Desert Christian High School

Aurora Hunter - Mrs. Banks/Mary Poppins, Rincon University High School

Elizah Knight – Sarah Brown/Guys & Dolls, Ironwood Ridge High School

Sarah Maxwell – Gertrude McFuzz/Seussical, Empire High School

Arianna Nuno – Eponine/Les Miserables, Marana High School

Marina Olono – Sherrie/Rock of Ages, Cienega High School

Piper Runge – Clio/Kira/Xanadu, Catalina Foothills High School

Lily Sklar – Frederic/Pirates of Penzance, The Gregory School              

Vaune Suitt – Anita/Westside Story, Canyon del Oro High School

Top Scoring Actors (in alpha order by last name)

Tyler Crokett – Marius/Les Miserables, Marana High School

Danny Fapp – Nathan Detroit/Guys & Dolls, Ironwood Ridge High School

Randall Irby – Gomez Addams/The Addams Family, Flowing Wells High School

Luke Gaff – The Baker/Into the Woods, Desert Christian High School

Kasey Kuhlmann – Nicely-Nicely Johnson/Guys & Dolls, Ironwood Ridge High School

Xander Mason – Riff/Westside Story, Canyon Del Oro High School

Samuel Nardi – Roger Davis/Rent, Basis Tucson North

David Oppel – Frank Cioffi/Curtains, Tanque Verde High School

Ian Welker – Jojo/Seussical, Empire High School

Justyn Zeider – Sonny/Xanadu, Catalina Foothills High School





National High School Musical Theatre Awards - Ben Vereen Southwest Region

Your tax-deductible donation will make a difference in the lives of young people throughout Southern Arizona. Make a donation today to the Southern Arizona National High School Musical Theatre Awards program, furthering excellence in high school musical theatre. The program works directly with high school musical theatre programs and their students, advancing arts education and raising the standards of performance.


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Unscrewed Theater: Radio Daze All Ages Improv, Blood Drive, Free Form Fight Night!


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Subject: Radio Daze All Ages Improv, Blood Drive, Free Form Fight Night!


MORE Radio Daze & 4th Friday Fight Night!
EVERY donation to Unscrewed Theater's donation box in April will benefit

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona



7:30pm - Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed
Family Friendly Improv Comedy
Hosted by Mike Vietinghoff
$5.00, as always!

9:15pm - 4th Friday Free Form Fight Night
Hosted by Mike Vietinghoff
4 teams enter - 1 team leaves!
Who can beat Mike and Adam?
Contains adult language & situations

10:00am - 3:00pm
Anyone who even TRIES to donate will receive two free tickets to any of our regular shows!

7:30pm - Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed
Family Friendly Improv Comedy
Hosted by Rob Sparks
$5.00, as always!



Get Tickets Here!

Online sales end at 5:45pm night of the show.



Do your part by donating at:
Unscrewed Theater's Blood Drive! 
Saturday April 29th - 10:00am to 3:00PM
Receive two tickets to an improv show at Unscrewed Theater just for attempting to donate!

Giving Blood doesn't require much time.
 About an hour should do it,
and you can help save up to three lives. 
The need is ongoing but the supply is not. #GiveBloodTucson

To schedule your appointment: 
Call or email Mike Vietinghoff:
Call 1-800-Red Cross
log onto and enter 
Sponsor Code: Unscrewed

Unscrewed Theater
3244 E. Speedway Blvd. 
Tucson, AZ 85716
(520) 289-8076

Unscrewed Theater is located across the street from The Loft Cinema, next to Fronomo's Greek Restaurant. The parking lot and entrance are located in the rear of the building. Turn in to the Walgreen's parking lot just east of Country Club, and go to the left between the buildings to find our entrance.


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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed’s 15th birthday with a special “super sized” show


From: Barry Weisband []
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2017 3:32 PM



Unscrewed Theater




Come One! Come All!


On May 6th Unscrewed Theater celebrates Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed's 15th birthday with a special "super sized" show.  It includes the current cast as well as many alumni cast members!  Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed (NBOJU) has been a mainstay of Tucson's comedy scene since 2002. Cast members perform for the shear love of entertaining people with their amazing short form improv comedy shows. 


In addition to the fantastic improv show, the merriment includes the unique Caribbean sounds of Apocalypso ( and, the Food Truck Roundup offering affordable and delicious local culinary delights, and, of course, there will be birthday cake!


Unscrewed Theater's Executive Director and longtime NBOJU troupe member, Chris Seidman, stated "For more than a dozen years NBOJU literally took its show on the road.  We went to where the people gathered.  We traveled throughout Southern Arizona to bring improv comedy and laughter to kids of all ages.  Now, as we celebrate our 15th year, we are so pleased that we have a permanent home where Tusconans can gather and laugh in our theater".


In 2013, Mayor Jonathon Rothchild described NBOJU as "Tucson's best kept secret".


Now in 2017 the cat is out of the bag! Thousands of audience members have enjoyed NBOJU's unique brand of improv comedy in the Unscrewed Theater located at 3244 E. Speedway Blvd. At just $5 a show, it's the best comedy value in all of Southern Arizona!


The festivities begin at ??? and the curtain rises at 7:30 PM to honor NBOJU's 15 years of performing and laughter!


Unscrewed Theater is a community-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Its mission is to teach, perform and produce all forms of live improvisational theater. Unscrewed Theater is a solely volunteer-led and managed community theater.



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Desert Melodies and Community Playhouse present "The Best of Broadway"


From: Harriet Siskin []
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2017 2:33 PM
Subject: Desert Melodies and Community Playhouse Broadway Concert


Desert Melodies and The Community Playhouse present "The Best of Broadway" this Saturday, April 29th @7:30pm and Sunday, April 30th @2:00pm.  Sit in air-conditioned comfort while you are entertained with songs from Phantom, Les Miserables, My Fair Lady, Grease, Guys & Dolls, Cabaret, Hair and many more shows performed by 3 very talented vocalists (all graduates of the UofA Theater Program!) Accompanied by a live 3-piece band, this is a show not to be missed! Call 887-6239 for reservations ($15.00 admission includes wine, appetizers and dessert). Reservations are encouraged and walk-ins are always welcome!  Doors open at 7:00 so you can enjoy your wine and appetizers!  You can also email Harriet Siskin ( to make your reservation, then you simply pay at the door!  Don't miss this concert!



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From: St. Francis Tickets []
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2017 12:56 PM


The Los Angeles Times has called Rebecca Gilman's Luna Gale a "grimly rich study of the fight to protect a child," and one of 2014's "most valuable additions to American drama."  The child is the infant Luna Gale, born to drug-addicted parents and caught up in a familial, religious and social struggle over who should raise her and with what values.


The play, which has been produced across the country, will make its Arizona debut at St. Francis Theatre, October 13-29, 2017.


The St. Francis run of this play will be high level: competitive stipends for actors; professional quality set design and production values; extensive publicity and promotion; and the use of an excellent dedicated theater space for both performance and rehearsals.  Director Mark Klugheit's last production, Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage, received four MAC AWARD nominations ("Best of Tucson Theater") including two for Best Actor and one for Best Director.


Auditions are Saturday, May 6 from 11 am to 3 pm and Monday, May 8 from 6 to 9 pm, at St. Francis in the Foothills Church, NW corner of River and Swan Roads, Tucson.  Auditions on May 6 will be in rooms 30/31 (look for signs) and on May 8 in the Community Center.  Actors may attend both audition sessions, or either one.  Callbacks, if necessary, will be Saturday, May 13 at 11:00 am.


There are seven roles available, all with dramatic significance: 2 for women playing 40-early 50s; 2 for women playing late teens-early 20s; 2 for men playing mid-30s-mid 50s; and 1 for a man playing early-mid 20s.  Rehearsals will begin August 19.


Auditioners should arrive at the beginning of the scheduled audition period and be prepared to remain long enough to read multiple sides and different roles in various groupings. Sides will be available in hard copy at the auditions but also will be supplied electronically approximately one week in advance to those who have requested them from the director.  


If auditioning, please bring with you (hard copy) a head shot, CV, and a written list of all conflicts between August 19 and October 29.


Those considering auditioning should feel free to email director Mark Klugheit ( with any questions.  There is no need to email a second time if you have already requested sides.



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MUSICAL MAYHEM CABARET presents: "keepin' it classy"


From: Melanie Kondziolka []
Sent: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 9:27 PM
Subject: musical mayhem cabaret presents: "keepin' it classy"




"Keepin' It Classy"


Sunday, May 14th , 6pm

Unscrewed Theater

$7. 00 pre-purchase $10 at door


Musical Mayhem Cabaret presents Keepin' It Classy: A Night of Classic Broadway for all ages old and young.


Celebrate Mother's Day with Musical Mayhem Cabaret as we sing and occasionally dance our way through Broadway classics including songs from South Pacific, The Sound of Music, Guys and Dolls, Chicago, Gypsy, and many more!


Tickets are $10 at the door (cash/card),  and $7 for presale or on our online store  please check out our facebook call (520) 834-5578 or email us at to learn more or to make reservations. Seating is done on a 1st come, 1st served basis. Unscrewed Theater is located across the street from The Loft movie theater, and next to Fronimos in the same parking lot as Wallgreens. This show has some adult subject matter.

Musical Mayhem Cabaret is an under rehearsed and over dramatic musical comedy troupe based in AZ since Jan 2011!

For more information, please visit

And follow us on Twitter @MMayhemCabaret and Instagram @musicalmayhemcabaret


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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Gaslight Theatre: Queens of King - 5/1 @ 7pm - Byrnes, Page and Stark!

Don't Miss
The Queens of King

The Carole King Songbook
in 3 part Harmony!

Monday, May 1 @ 7PM


 Katherine Byrnes returns to the Gaslight Theatre with Crystal Stark and Janée Page to bring you THE QUEENS OF KING, The Carole King Songbook in 3 Part Harmony. This powerhouse vocal trio join forces with Jeff Haskell, Ed Delucia, Fred Hayes, and Ryan Alfred to bring you hits like Way Over Yonder, I Feel the Earth Move, Natural Woman, and Tapestry.  This show is not to be missed!

Click the Concert link to buy Tickets!


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The Gaslight Theatre
7010 E Broadway Blvd
Tucson, Arizona 85710
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