Our Mission
Live Theatre Workshop provides performance and education to entertain, enlighten and uplift our community and to develop theatrical talent.

Live Theatre Workshop
5317 E Speedway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85712
Reservations: (520) 327-4242

Box Office Hours
Tuesday - Saturday 3 - 5 pm
and 1 hour prior to showtimes

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Southern Comforts

By Kathleen Clark

March 27 - May 4, 2014

Fridays & Saturdays, 7:30 PM
Sundays at 3:00 PM

Southern Comforts follows the development of a December-December relationship between a feisty widow and a crusty widower who find love late in life.

A “delightful, even sneakily sexy, romance”
- The New York Times



The Adventures of Rose Red (Snow White's Less Famous Sister)

By Sean Abley

Directed by Amanda Gremel & Leslie J. Miller

Through June 1, 2014
(no show April 20)

Sundays at 1:00pm

Rose Red has just turned thirteen, and the pressure is on. What will she do to get famous like her sister Snow White? Everyone in the kingdom, from her parents to her close friend Miss Muffet, is pressuring her to get discovered. But Rose Red doesn’t want to constantly be on the front page of the Grimm Times, even if Bo Peep, Cinderella, and Goldilocks eat up the attention. In her struggle to choose between doing what everyone else wants and forging her own path, Rose Red can’t help but wonder if a girl who wants to be “just normal” can live happily ever after.



April 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, & 19
Fridays and Saturdays at 10:30 PM

Sunday, April 6 at 7:30 PM

An evening of original adaptations:

How To Get a Man, based off of the 1940's comic book Complete Love
by Catherine Cosentino

To Destroy, adapted from The Myth of Persephone
by Keyanna Khatiblou

I Said Yes, based on the urban myth of the Slitted Mouth Woman
by Heather Meza

The Rigging, inspired by the poem "Garments" by Kahlil Gibran and the painting The Ship by Salvador Dali
by Andrea Head

Weighted Words, adapted from the poem “In Vain” by Emily Dickinson
by Simon Ridley




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