The national tour of the off-Broadway hit, Murder for Two, a laugh-out-loud musical comedy whodunit with the classic feel of a murder mystery and a contemporary homage to vintage comedy – with some cheeky references to murder mysteries that have come before thrown in – takes off in its Southwest premiere at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave., from Nov. 29-Dec. 20. Arizona Theatre Company’s 2014-15 season is sponsored by I. Michael and Beth Kasser.
Arizona Theatre Company opens the 2014-15 season with the Arizona premiere of the hilarious comedy of ill manners, the 2013 Tony Award winner for Best Play, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, from Sept. 13 to Oct. 4 at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave. in Tucson.
The Arizona Theatre Company is holding general-season auditions for equity and non-equity actors for the 2014-2015 season in Phoenix, May 12 and 13, and in Tucson, May 15 and 16
With 47 years in the business, the Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) has become accustomed to bringing dynamic and stimulating stories to the stage of Tucson’s historic Temple of Music and Art. Naturally, as seasoned storytellers, the ATC is always an organization that pushes itself to the pinnacle of quality, so what better classical imagination to bring to life than that of fantastic French visionary, Jules Verne? Through March 22, the ATC is bringing one of its most challenging tales to Tucson as the group performs the fantastic voyage depicted in “Around the World in 80 Days”.
A total of 19 PCC Aviation Technology Program students will mark completion of their certificate and degree training in a ceremony Friday, March 7. Additionally, 12 continuing Avionics and Structural Repair students will receive certificates for their interim accomplishments in the program.
The celebrated off-Broadway comedy, Around the World in 80 Days, which features five actors in a theatrical tour-de-force playing 39 characters from Jules Verne’s classic adventure novel, will come alive at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave., from March 1-22.
WHAT: Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) begins its 47th season in Tucson, bringing a fresh new look at Oscar Wilde’s most loved and popular play “The Importance of Being Earnest.” This romantic comedy features a tangle of love interests, mistaken identities and satirical humor in every scene.
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Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) closes its 2012-2013 season with the eagerly anticipated Arizona premiere of Bruce Norris’ multi-award-winning, provocative new comedy, “Clybourne Park”. Performances commence in Tucson for three weeks and continue to Phoenix for an additional three weeks.
It is an awe-inspiring spectacle to witness more than 600 occupants of Tucson’s Temple of Music and Art in silent wonder. Hushed, enchanted, and utterly captive to the drab one-bedroom apartment set before them, where two obdurate has-been performers go to war with one another’s eccentricities. This is the power that writer Neil Simon possesses in his pen. To completely conquer hearts and minds through a play that was first performed more than 40 years ago, and to master the union of drama and comedy through his production “The Sunshine Boys”.
Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) brings Neil Simon’s comic masterpiece about show business, friendship and growing old, “The Sunshine Boys” to Arizona audiences. David Ira Goldstein directs one of Neil Simon’s most beloved and acclaimed plays in ATC’s new production that will premiere in Tucson for three weeks of performances. ATC’s “The Sunshine Boys” opens at the Temple of Music and Art, running from March 1 through March 23.
Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) provides Arizona audiences an electrifying evening of high-stakes intellectual sparring in Mark St. Germain’s “Freud’s Last Session.” Having played to record-breaking off-Broadway crowds, St. Germain continues with Arizona performances of “Freud’s Last Session” at the Temple of Music and Art, running from Jan. 19 – Feb. 9.
The Arizona Theatre Company scores big in it’s newest release, with “Emma” entertaining audiences with plenty of comedy, a well done script and superior acting.
The Arizona Theatre Company presents the Arizona Premiere of “Jane Austen’s Emma” a new romantic musical comedy that brings Jane Austen’s masterpiece to life. “Jane Austen’s Emma” plays at the Temple of Music and Art and runs through Dec. 22.
Fresh off the smash hit, “39 Steps,” the Arizona Theater Company is ready to please audiences again with the introduction of “The Great Gatsby,” which opened in Tucson on Feb. 25, and will play through March 17.
Green Fields students to perform Neil Simon play
As a rule, I don’t give many performances a standing ovation. Most are received as kind gestures from an audience filled with the relatives of the people on stage, who usually possess more enthusiasm than talent.
Witness murder, mayhem and deception unfold in Arizona Theatre Company’s world premiere thriller, Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of The Suicide Club. Commissioned by ATC, playwright Jeffrey Hatcher brings the famous detective alive in an original tale full of intrigue, twists and chills.
Tucson theatergoers are now able to purchase single tickets to all performances in Arizona Theatre Company’s 2011-2012 season.
Arizona Theatre Company and Local First Arizona will host a networking mixer at The Temple Lounge of the Temple of Music and Art on Thursday, Aug. 18, from 5 to 6:45 p.m. to launch the performing arts season.
The Arizona Theatre Company is accepting submissions through Oct. 1 for its annual Arizona Playwriting Award.
Yes, Arizona Theatre Company’s production of “The Mystery of Irma Vep” is silly and at times quite bawdy. But it’s also a lot of fun.
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