Wednesday, October 02, 2019

Invisible Theatre presents One on One with Terry Etherton


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Subject: Press Release_One on One with Terry Etherton_Invisible Theatre


Invisible Theatre continues its 49th Anniversary Season

with a brand new year round series of community conversations! 


Up Close and Personal with Prominent Tucson Artists!

Made Possible Through the Generous Support of

The Meyer/Cajero Group at 


Moderator Curt Brill

October 29, 2019

6:00 Reception Courtesy of Jane and Marvin Brown 

6:30 - 7:30 Program


Free but reservations are necessary - seating is extremely limited!


(October 1, 2019,Tucson, Arizona); Invisible Theatre continues its 49th Anniversary "Season of

 Love" with the kick-off of a brand new series called ONE ON ONE - Up Close and Personal with

 Prominent Tucson Artists! This 4 Part Series of Conversations is the collaboration of world renowned

 sculpture Curt Brill, Charlie Cajero of UBS and Susan Claassen, Managing Artistic Director of the

Invisible Theatre.  This series of conversations will give audiences a chance to ask questions and

 understand the uniqueness of each individual artist. 



TERRY ETHERTON is the president and owner of Etherton Gallery in Tucson, Arizona. Terry's  background is in film and photography. He has a BA in Cinema and Photography from Southern Illinois University and a BA from The Center for Experimental and Interdisciplinary Art from San Francisco State University. Etherton Gallery was founded in 1981. The gallery specializes in 19th, 20th century and contemporary photography and other media. Etherton Gallery is a member of The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD).

CURT BRILL began his serious pursuit of an art career while attending Cornell University.  It began with exhibitions at Cornell that showcased his drawings, ceramic work and silk screening. Even though drawing has been his first and enduring love, professionally he has been most noted for his 3 dimensional work. His ceramic pieces have been widely collected across the United States since the mid 1970's. He began his career in bronze in 1980, with pieces that were a direct outgrowth of his history with clay. The work has always been sensual, a direct response to the feel of the materials he has chosen to use. Being a people watcher with a keen eye by nature, and having a potent sense of humor and an easy demeanor, it is easy to see how his personal style has evolved. His work has now been met with wide appeal by individual collectors within the United States, Europe and Japan.

UBS FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. offers individuals and institutions around the world a comprehensive range of advice and investment services. "We use our combined expertise to help turn your financial vision into a reality. With offices in over 45 countries on 5 continents, our size, strength and 150 year history helps us to achieve global reach, while our local knowledge means that we can offer a personal and bespoke service to meet all your needs. We're also passionate about supporting the places where we live and work. For the past three years, 100% of our Tucson employees volunteered for a local or national organization. We are proud to add our support to The Invisible Theatre."

THE INVISIBLE THEATRE (IT) of Tucson, a 501(c)(3) organization, is dedicated to producing quality theatre and arts education experiences for all facets of the community in an intimate setting that showcases local professional talent and guest artists. IT takes its name from the invisible energy that flows between a performer and audience, creating the magic of theatre. Started in 1971 as an arena for local playwrights, the theatre has expanded its programs to include adaptations of classics and recent Off-Broadway plays and musicals, while continuing to encourage new playwrights through both full productions and staged readings.  IT celebrates its 49th season with an even greater commitment to professionalism, artistic excellence, accessibility, freedom of expression, diverse programming and creative challenge – thus making the Invisible Theatre a very visible force in Tucson's cultural community.



ONE ON ONE with Terry Etherton, Moderated by Curt Brill



The Invisible Theatre

1400 N. First Avenue (at Drachman), Tucson, AZ. 85719



October 29, 2019 at 6:00 PM


90 minutes


Mature Middle School and Above


Please call Invisible Theatre at (520) 884-0672.



The Invisible Theatre is fully accessible to patrons using wheelchairs or with other mobility challenges. Seating areas to accommodate persons using wheelchairs are located in the theatre. If patrons require special seating they should inform the Box Office at (520) 882-9721.


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A photo of Terry Etherton (photo credit courtesy of Etherton Gallery) and Curt Brill (photo credit courtesy of 

the artist) are attached to this email.  They may also be found at (press).



Invisible Theatre

1400 N. First Avenue at Drachman

Tucson, AZ 85719

Box Office – (520) 882-9721

Administration – (520) 884-0672

Fax – (520) 884-5410




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