Thursday, July 06, 2017

The Rootin’ Tootin’ Tale of Little Red Riding Boots starts July 23rd at Live Theatre Workshop


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Subject: The Rootin' Tootin' Tale of Little Red Riding Boots starts July 23rd at Live Theatre Workshop in Tucson



Live Theatre Workshop proudly presents its second of six plays in the 2017-2018 Family Series Season


The Rootin' Tootin' Tale of Little Red Riding Boots


An original adaptation by Stephen Frankenfield

With original music and lyrics by Richard Gremel

Director: Amanda Gremel


Once upon a time in the old west, lived a girl named Little Red Riding Boots. One day her father asks her to take some of his famous spicy-hot beef jerky to her Gran, because she's stuck in bed with a terrible head cold. So, she puts on her red cowboy boots, grabs hold of her trusty slingshot, and heads out into the Wild West towards Gran's house. Along the way she meets critters and varmints and an outlaw or two. Can they help Red get to Gran's house safely, or will she run into unexpected trouble? Because hiding behind the prickly pear and the tumbleweeds, along the dusty dirt roads is Big Bad Coyote Jack, and he has other plans for Red, Gran and that delicious bag of spicy-hot jerky.



Christina Evans as Little Red

Carrie Silverman as Gran

Randall McDonald as Cornelius Cottontail

Danny Quinones as Cowboy Sam/Papa

Albert Riesgo as Coyote Jack



Sunday matinees at 12:30pm

July 23, 30

Aug. 6, 13, 27. No Show Aug. 20

Sept. 10, 17. No show Sept. 3


Tickets: $7 for kids $10 for adults


To make your reservation call (520) 327-4242

For more information go to

LIVE THEATRE WORKSHOP * 5317 E. Speedway * Tucson, AZ 85712

Located on the north side of Speedway between Rosemont and Craycroft. Convenient parking.


Live Theatre Workshop produces inclusive, accessible and affordable professional theatre and theatre education that entertains, educates and enlightens children, adults, and families. Because art has the power to transform people and communities, LTW uses the performing arts to make a difference and pass on a passion for theatre to the next generation. LTW is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization supported by grants and generous people who appreciate LTW's Mainstage plays, Family Series plays, Etcetera Late Night plays, and year-round theatre education for youth. Find LTW on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and




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