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On the Mainstage
All Together Theatre
Now Showing at LTW
By Evan Smith
Jan. 8 - February 14, 2015
Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 PM
Sundays at 3:00 PM
A heaven-sent comedy drenched in southern charm and infused with a pinch of hellfire and a dollop of damnation. Two daffy Catholic sisters find themselves in a verbal smack-down with a door-to-door evangelist in their own home. Crackling with wit and brimming with emotion, what unfolds is an up-to-the-minute comedy about organized religion, faith, and morals.
"Smith's script is, above all else, VERY funny; it's comedy rooted in situation and character in the best way…blissfully entertaining.” - NYTheatre.com
An original adaptation by Michael Martinez
Music and lyrics by Dana Duclo and Michael Martinez
Directed by Amanda Gremel
January 11 - March 22, 2015
(no show February 15)
Sundays at 1:00pm
The Snow Queen has spent her life alone until a terrible fateful day when she is captured by a pair of wacky circus performers. She calls on all her powers of snow and ice to escape a life juggling icicles and skating in circles with monkeys and clowns, but soon finds out friendship is the most powerful magic of all. The audience becomes part of the story and maybe even the circus in this fun, fast-paced, family-friendly adventure.
By Simon Ridley, Andrea Head, and Laura Bargfeld
January 29 at 7:30 PM
January 30, 31, and February 6, 7 at 10:30 PM
THESE WATCHES CAN’T TELL TIME is an original script created by University of Arizona seniors in the theatre BA program. This story of shared memory follows two characters thrust into strange environments with nothing between them but their hazy, half-forgotten memories. Through learning about one another, they attempt to determine their relationship, but are thwarted as a seemingly omniscient silent “narrator” complicates their understanding of memory and the way these characters interact.
This original, collaboratively created story features home movies, music, and audience interaction, and aims to explore both the imagined barriers in our relationships and the unacknowledged barriers within our memories.