The Comedy Playhouse
Come for the fun of it!
Watching the news can be hard. Take a break and come join us at The Comedy Playhouse for some heartfelt comedy from your favorite community comedy theater group. Let's check out the calendar for the month of July!
It Pays to Advertise, by Walter Hackett and Roi Cooper Megrue, opened this weekend and runs through July 30. It Pays to Advertise is a farcical comedy about a young man who creates his own business to rival his father's, and runs into trouble when he has to deliver. Catch this show the next three weekends, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 3:00!
Radio Theater Revival Project will return August 4 through August 13 with new scripts, a new cast, and new laughs for everyone to enjoy. Feel free to join us in your best 1940s-inspired outfits and enjoy some classic American comedy from the radio. These shows run the same times, but tickets are only $12 for adults and $10 for seniors, students, and anyone with a military ID.
REMEMBER: Call 520-270-9310 to make reservations. Please leave a voicemail with your name and phone number if you call during the day, as our patron service member works full time! Reservations are not necessary, but highly encouraged, especially for our theater lovers who may need accommodations for wheelchairs, walkers, or other accoutrements.
The Community Playhouse:
The Second Annual One-Act Play Festival-- July 14-July 30
Three winning local playwrights will premiere their one-act plays at the Community Playhouse. Call 520-887-6239 or visit www.communityplayerstucson.org/tickets to get your tickets for this event. The plays being presented are:
"Dealing With It"-- by Vince Flynn
"A Good Cradle Doesn't Wobble"-- by Carl Damhesel
"Last Call"-- by Richard Thompson
Roadrunner Theater Company:
"Tucson Follies", written by Vince Flynn and adapted by Renata Rauschen and Linda Andresano. Local actors will present songs, vaudeville routines, and vignettes from shows new and old! Runs July 7 through July 23.
Temple of Music and Art Cabaret Theater:
"Dinners with Augie", a play by Scott Charles, will run August 17 through August 27, Thursday through Saturday at 7:00 and Sundays at 2:00. This show features the talents of Amy Scully, Chad Eggen, and Jeff Webster, directed by Regina Ford. Check out the fliers at the Comedy Playhouse for a special deal on tickets.
Live Theater Workshop:
"Seminar", by Theresa Rebeck, is a "biting Broadway comedy" about four aspiring novelists who take writing classes with a "recklessly brilliant and unorthodox" writer of international acclaim. This show runs August 24 through September 23, Thursday through Saturdays at 7:30 and Sundays at 3:00.
The Comedy Playhouse
3620 N. 1st Ave
Tucson, Az 85719
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