Nobody Dies Forever

Nobody Dies Forever

Christopher Durang’s dark, funny, entertaining but convoluted Miss Witherspoon is now onstage at Live Theatre Workshop .

Problem Child

For the second time in a couple of months, Tucson’s theater-goers have the opportunity to see Buried Child, Sam Shepard’s 1979 Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Into The Annex

The Diary of Anne Frank, based on the book, tells the story of two Jewish families and one Jewish dentist going into hiding during the Nazis’ occupation of the Netherlands.

Family Ties

For the final production of their season, Arizona Theatre Company has welcomed back longtime artistic director David Ira Goldstein to direct.

Past and Future

There's a buzzword heard frequently as theater is discussed these days: immersive.

Blood Ties

Speak the Speech Theatre tackles Sam Shepherd family drama, while Live Theatre Workshop stages a humorous murder mystery.

Big Mama’s House

Arizona Theatre Company's Low Down Dirty Blues shakes the worry and stress right out of us like you'd shake the dirt out of a throw rug.

Three of a Kind

The group has given the show a very good production thanks to the three actresses who portray the women referred to in the title.

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.

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