The Rogue Theatre
300 East University Boulevard, Tucson, AZ - 520-551-2053 - www.TheRogueTheatre.org
When I was little, I loved to read fairy tales. As I read, I imagined what it would be like to see the figures in the stories come to life--the princes and birds and mermaids and witches and children--how I longed for all of it to be real!
In many ways, A House of Pomegranates is a dream come true for me. As we listen to the three stories, the 10 actors and dancers in this production embody over 90 characters over the course of two hours!
And I can't tell you how lovely it is to be sharing this dream with the artists of Artifact Dance Project as we prepare to open A House of Pomegranates.
I do hope you get to see this play, dear Rogues. I really want to encourage you to get your tickets now--we're nearly sold out for tonight!
But if you're out of town, I hope you can read a story you love and get a little bit of the feeling of what we're sharing at The Rogue this week and next.
All the best,
Co-Founder of The Rogue Theatre
P.S. Listen to a podcast of the Open Talk "Wilde-ly Unexpected" with Director Joseph McGrath.
Read the preview of the play in today's Arizona Daily Star.
Read a fascinating portrayal of Oscar Wilde's demise in The Rogue essay "Love, Law, and Oscar Wilde" by Jerry James.
July 6 - July 16, 2017
Directed by Joseph McGrath
Choreography by Ashley Bowman
Musical Direction by Jake Sorgen
Buy tickets online at www.TheRogueTheatre.org
or call 520-551-2053
Production Sponsors: Ann & Nils Hasselmo
For complete information on the production, click here.
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