Joseph McGrath, left, as Duke Vincentio and Connor Foster as Claudio in “Measure by Measure.”
Marissa Garcia as Isabella and Matt Bowdren as Angelo — two of the characters in the Bard’s “Measure by Measure,” presented by the Rogue Theatre.
Sibling rivalry reigns supreme in this rollicking comedy with Ruth (Carley Elizabeth Preston), Bev (Alida Holguin Gunn) and Jimmy (Seth Fowler). -- Credit: Tim Fuller
The Nowak family, clockwise,starting with seated: Jimmy (Seth Fowler), Bev (Alida Holguin Gunn) Clara (Toni Press-Coffman) and Ruth (Carley Elizabeth Preston). Credit: Tim Fuller
Marissa Garcia as Isabella and Joseph McGrath as the Duke in The Rogue Theatre’s production of “Measure for Measure.”
Shop Your Girlfriend’s Closet funds educational projects in Southern Arizona. It starts Friday and runs through Sunday.
James T. Alfred and Erika LaVonn as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Camae in Arizona Theatre Company's The Mountaintop. -- Credit: Tim Fuller
Erika LaVonn as Camae and James T. Alfred as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Arizona Theatre Company’s “The Mountaintop.”
James T. Alfred as Martin Luther King, Jr., and Erika LaVonn as Camae bring a passionate and realistic tone to Arizona Theatre Company’s “The Mountaintop.”
Jenna Johnson and Daniel Precup in Dracula, Ballet Tucson’s interpretation of Bram Stoker’s novel, is set for opening night.
Anneliese van der Pol as Gwendolen and Allyce Beasley as Lady Bracknell in Arizona Theatre Company’s production of “The Importance of Being Earnest.” The costumes are great, but the production simply tries too hard.
Patty Gallagher as the Goddess Kali with David Morden in The Rogue Theatre’s “Mistake of the Goddess .”
Personal space reflects power and the shift of power in Invisible Theatre’s “The Letters,” with Lori Hunt and Roberto Guajardo.
Ryan Parker Knox and Marissa Garcia in “The Mistake of the Goddess,” by Girish Karnad, which has its roots in an 11th-century Sanskrit story.
Anneliese van der Pol as Gwendolen Fairfax and Loren Dunn as John Jack Worthing in “The Importance of Being Earnest,” Arizona Theatre Company’s season opener.
David Greenwood, in a mask by Matt Cotten, in the Rogue Theatre’s India-influenced “The Mistake of the Goddess.”
Dancers: Jenna Johnson and Daniel Precup in Ballet Tucson's Dracula. -- Credit: Tim Fuller -- ARM Story #20178 - ap dance
Lori Hunt and Roberto Guajardo in Invisible Theatre's production of "The Letters." -- Credit: Tim Fuller -- ARM Story #21053 - aletters
Lori Hunt and Roberto Guajardo in “The Letters,” a psychological cat-and-mouse thriller at Invisible Theatre.
Matt Bowdren portrays Super Frog using only his body and a pair of green gloves, and Javan Nelson is a mild-mannered clerk in an "After the Quake" vignette, "Super Frog Saves Tokyo."
Javan Nelson, Marissa Garciaand Larisa Cota, 6, in Rogue Theatre's adaptation of two of Haruki Murakami's stories.
Matt Bowdren, left, and Javan Nelson in one of the vignettes, "Superfrog Saves Tokyo," in which a giant frog helps stop an earthquake-generating Worm. Guess who has the role of Frog.
David Morden, left, as the Duke of Buckingham, and Joseph McGrath in the title role of The Rogue Theatre's "Richard III."
Joseph McGrath has the title role in The Rogue Theatre's production of Shakespeare's "Richard III."
Joseph McGrath, left, and Elijah Renteria in The Rogue Theatre's production of "Richard III."
Peter Van Norden, left, and David Green in Arizona Theatre Company’s The Sunshine Boys.
A.J. Holmes and Andrea Ross in Arizona Theatre Company's "Next to Normal," which was a co-production with San Jose Repertory Theatre.
Patty Gallagher in "Kafka's Monkey," one of the two one-acts at the Rogue Theatre that are based on works by Franz Kafka, an influential early 20th century writer.
David Greenwood, left, Patty Gallagher and Matt Bowdren in the one-act "Metamorphosis," playing with another one-act, "Kafka's Monkey," at The Rogue Theatre.
Peter Van Norden, left, and David Green as Willie Clark and Al Lewis in "The Sunshine Boys" at Arizona Theatre Company.
Maedell and Harold Dixon star in Invisible Theatre's production of "First Kisses," playwright Jay D. Hanagan's first full play. It traces a 61-year relationship that starts in childhood.
Harold and Maedell Dixon, who are married, portray John and Mary in "First Kisses."
Cynthia Meier, with David Greenwood, gives a performance as Mother Courage that fascinates for more than 2 1/2 hours.
Christopher Johnson, left, David Greenwood and Cynthia Meier in "Mother Courage and her Children," which pits loving war and its profits against hating war because it threatens lives.
Arizona Theatre Company's "Next to Normal" wins the 2012 Mac Award for best musical, and David Ira Goldstein captures the award for best director in a musical.
Kendra Kassebaum takes the Mac for best actress in a musical for her role as Diana in Arizona Theatre Company's production of "Next to Normal."
David Morden shone as Louis de Rougemont in The Rogue Theatre's production of "Shipwrecked!"
Laura Lippman, Joseph McGrath and Cynthia Meier in The Rogue Theatre's production of "The New Electric Ballroom," for which Bryan Rafael Falcón wins the Mac as director.
A.J. Holmes, winner as best actor in a musical, and Andrea Ross in Arizona Theatre Company's "Next to Normal."
Susan Claassen commanded the stage in "A Conversation with Edith Head" at Invisible Theatre.
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.
David Greenwood, top, is an out-of-work gardner accused of a heinous crime, and Zachary Karon is an Oxford student who appears naked and asleep on a cabin floor in "The Night Heron."
Jay Hornbacher, left, as Grandpa Bud and Kevin Black as Paul, who is tasked with driving Bud from Calgary to Mesa.
"Mesa" is an attempt to catch the spirit of Grandpa Bud, 93, and his generation, the playwrights say. It opens Wednesday at Invisible Theatre.
David Greenwood, left, and Joseph McGrath portray recently fired groundskeepers in Rogue Theatre's "The Night Heron."
Fasten your seatbelts - Susan Claassen reprises her portrayal of costume designer Edith Head, who designed the "bumpy night" dress that Bette Davis wore in "All About Eve."
From left, Joe Cassidy, Andrea Ross, Jonathan Shew and Kendra Kassebaum in "Next to Normal."
Lee Rayment, left, and Marissa Garcia in The Rogue Theatre's ponderous yet visually beautiful "Journey to the West."