"Clybourne Park" holds up a big ol' mirror and insists we take a good, long look.
Grant Goodman and Lee E. Ernst in Arizona Theatre Company / Milwaukee Repertory Theatre's production of "Clybourne Park," a play about race, political correctness and assimilation.
"Clybourne Park" isn't an easy play.
This is how you make old jokes new:
Audience members settle in at the Temple of Music and Art for a recent performance of "Freud's Last Session." For years, the city has leased the temple to Arizona Theatre Company for a dollar a year as a cultural-support incentive.
Arizona Theatre Company became the main tenant of the Temple of Music and Art, above, in 1990. The theater group currently is in negotiations with the city to change its $1-a-year rent.
Rents have gone up for many folks in recent years. But probably not as dramatically as what the city of Tucson has in mind for the Arizona Theatre Company.
Jon Eidson and Anneliese van der Pol in Arizona Theatre Company's "Jane Austen's Emma," which opens in previews Saturday.
Jon Eidson, left, Anneliese van der Pol and Colin Hanlon in "Jane Austen's Emma," a musical that uses Austen's words in the songs.
When composer Paul Gordon reads a book, watches a television show or sees a movie, he can't help himself:
Bob Ari gives full voice to the title character, Vince Lombardi, larger-than-life coach of the Green Bay Packers.
Vince, we hardly know ya.
"Next to Normal" is not your mother's musical.
Student actors showcase what they've learned during summer program.
Arizona Theatre Company is wrapping up its fiscal year with a windfall - an anonymous Arizona donor has given a $500,000 unrestricted gift to the company. That's the largest gift the company has ever received.
Catch a preview of Arizona Theatre's Company's production of the stage version of F. Scott Fitzgerald's great, "The Great Gatsby." It's at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave. at 7:30 p.m. today. It continues through March 2. $31-$56. 622-2823.