Off-Broadway show My Life in Sports cruises in to the Scoundrel & Scamp
Next in our Season for Scoundrels, we present My Life in Sports, a one-person play written and performed by Tucsonan Bill Epstein. A coming-of age story, a cautionary tale, and a love story, My Life in Sports is a dramatic memoir about the romance of men and sports, about the games we play with love and family, masculinity and identity, death and desire. At its heart, it is the life story of a Jewish boy growing up in America.
The 8-show run spans January 17-27 in our intimate 30-seat Studio theater. Tickets start at $15 and are available here, or by calling box office 520-448-330. Don't wait to get your tickets as opening night is already sold out, and seating is limited!
Originally written, workshopped and performed in Tucson, My Life in Sports was performed off-Broadway in 2016 as part of the United Solo Theatre Festival, the world's largest solo theater festival. Back in Tucson at The Scoundrel & Scamp, it will be staged per Epstein's original vision as a memoryscape, with projections by lighting designer Josh Hemmo and original compositions by University of Arizona sound designer Tyler Berg.
Bryan Rafael Falcón directs.
Read an interview with Bill Epstein in the latest Desert Leaf Magazine.
Registration Open for our Spring Classes for Youth
Know of a child or teen ages 8-18 who is interested in exploring the stage, performing Shakespeare, or refining their scene and monologue skills?
Join our talented team of instructors: Holly Griffith (S&S Artistic Associate and member of The Rogue Theater ensemble), Hunter Hnat (Member of The Rogue Theater ensemble), and Marguerite Saxton (Writer, Director, Performer) for our Spring 2018 Classes.
Classes run January 19 to March 23.
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