Something Something's fourth full season! Season tickets on sale now!
Please join us for Something Something's fourth full season!
We've chosen for you:
four plays written within the last 10 years,
three of the four written by women,
all new to Tucson (one a world-debut run!),
all critically-acclaimed, witty, with thumping good stories.
You may see all four plays for only $60. Choose any dates you like.
Purchase your season tickets online - with NO FEES attached.
We continue our popular post-show discussions this season.
MEN ON BOATS
A raucous, dangerous expedition to discover the Grand Canyon. A mostly true, gender-bent historical comedy.
"Men on Boats is marvelously destabilizing both as history and theater. The stalwartness and selfishness of the adventurers - their cockiness and cluelessness - become biting satire when sent up by women."
- NEW YORK MAGAZINE
Man meets woman. Maybe they fall in love, maybe they don't, and maybe every possibility happens in every possible universe. A dreamlike story of love and quantum physics.
"The nearest I've come to a play that feels heaven-sent."
- THE NEW YORK TIMES
THE HALL OF FINAL RUIN
(world debut run)
"Someday, the 'madrina' of 19th century Santa Fe would like to die a good Catholic death and be buried in her beloved church, La Parrochia. But Death is coming sooner than she thinks and the arrival of a needy Protestant, a fortune in gold, and the invasion of the American Army complicate her perfect exit into Purgatory. In order to save her family from ruin and earn her way into Heaven, the gambler must orchestrate a final, high-stakes card game in which all is both lost and won."
- Kelly McBurnette-Andronicos: playwright
Author Patricia Highsmith hates everyone and just wants to be left alone. An emissary from her publisher arrives to beg her to write one more sequel to The Talented Mr. Ripley…and he turns out to be more than a match for her iron will.
"Murray-Smith's witty two-hander morphs into a larger study of death and the end of imagining...a diverting, scintillating duel with words and small daggers."
- THE AUSTRALIAN
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