Musical Romance

The 1960 musical is the world's longest-running, proving its sturdiness in both story and style.

An Irish Romance

Arizona Theatre Company has mounted a more-than-respectable version of John Patrick Shanley's charming, light-hearted play.

Sour Grapes

I wish I could say that Rogue's production brings Grapes of Wrath to theatrical life with the vigor and imagination we see on their stage so often.

Crowded House, Leaky Ship

Right out of the new year's gate, a couple of theaters have gotten down to business

Spawning Sisyphus

A year ago, Audra Bauchera moved back to Tucson with her 2-year-old son, her dog and everything she could fit into her Volkswagen Jetta.

Grand Stage

For me, the year has been chock-full of theater-going and being wowed, modestly impressed, and sometimes just plain left to wonder: huh?

Good Cheer

When Gaslight Theatre founder and head honcho Tony Terry thinks about Christmas, he remembers spending time with his family, particularly his father.

Magical Musical

In this David Bennett-directed production of the 1965 Dale Wasserman musical, the dare to dream is sung, sold and sent soaring with force and conviction.

In the Blood

Deep into the 2017-2018 Theater season, we are still being served up challenging and thoughtful, funny and sometimes downright perplexing fare

Musical Airs

Now onstage at the Rogue Theatre is a humorous but perplexing piece that strives too hard to be too much.

Magical Matrimony

You may not be aware that Arizona Theatre Company has sponsored a nationwide playwriting contest since 1993.

Creepy and Kooky

If you need a friendly reminder, the season of Halloween is upon us.

Role Play

The fog rolls across the dusky moor. A once-thought-mythical beast roams and roars.

Reluctant Romance

The real smack in the head is when life gives us great gifts and great losses in the same moment.

Class Acts

Something Something Theatre and Live Theatre Workshop's new performances

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