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2012 American Theatre Wing
National Theatre Company Award

 

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'Uncle Vanya' by Anton Chkhov

Uncle Vanya

by Anton Chekhov

PRODUCTION SPONSORS:
MEG AND PETER HOVELL

Directed by Joseph McGrath
Music Direction by Jake Sorgen

November 3–20, 2016

Thursday–Saturday 7:30 P.M., Sunday 2:00 P.M.
plus 2:00 P.M.matinees Saturday, November 12 & 19

Discussion with the cast and director follows all performances

Performance Schedule
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The Rogue Theatre at The Historic Y
300 East University Boulevard

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In one of Chekhov’s most famous plays, an extended family finds itself
in the disturbance of unrequited love and regret for roads not taken.

 

 


Free Open Talk on Uncle Vanya

Saturday, October 29, 2:00–3:00 P.M.
The Rogue Theatre

 

 

Complete information on Uncle Vanya

 


ANNOUNCING OUR 2016–2017 SEASON

SEASON SPONSOR: DAVID AND NORMA LEWIS FOUNDATION

Angels in America Part One: Millennium Approaches

Uncle Vanya

The White Snake

Penelope

Macbeth

Angels in America Part One: Millennium Approaches     Uncle Vanya     The White Snake     Penelope     Macbeth

Angels in America
Part One: Millennium Approaches

by Tony Kushner
September 8–25, 2016

Uncle Vanya
by Anton Chekhov
November 3–20, 2016

The White Snake
by Mary Zimmerman
January 12–29, 2017

Penelope
by Enda Walsh
March 2–19, 2017

Macbeth
by William Shakespeare
April 27–May 14, 2017

 

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as they reflect on why we chose the plays we did
and why we’re excited to share them with you.

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OUR FULL-COLOR 2016–2017 SEASON BROCHURE IS NOW AVAILABLE!

If you would like a copy mailed to you, please send your postal address to

director@TheRogueTheatre.org

or

THE ROGUE THEATRE
300 East University Boulevard, Suite 150
Tucson, Arizona 85705

 


 

John & Joyce Ambruster
Play-Reading Series
2016–2017

Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika by Tony Kushner

The magical and harrowing second half of Angels in America, read by the acting ensemble of The Rogue’s production of Part One.

Directed by Matt Bowdren

Sunday October 2, 2016  2:00 P.M.

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Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika

 

War Boys

Mrs. Warren’s Profession
by George Bernard Shaw

The moral complexity of prostitution and the evolving role of women in Victorian society.

Directed by Bryan Rafael Falcón

Sunday December 4, 2016  2:00 P.M.

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A House of Pomegranates
by Oscar Wilde,
adapted to the stage by Christopher Johnson

Three short stories—a murder mystery, a fairy tale, and a Biblical myth—explore both the limitations and resilience of the human soul.

Directed by Christopher Johnson

Sunday February 5, 2017  2:00 P.M.

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A House of Pomegranates

 

Lungs

Lungs by Duncan Macmillan

A distinctive, off-kilter love story of two people who wish to have a child but are running out of time.

Directed by David Weynand

Sunday April 2, 2017  2:00 P.M.

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Tickets $15 each play
Purchase at our Web store or
call the Box Office at 520-551-2053

 


 

2015 Arizona Daily Star Mac Awards

The Rogue Theatre received
eight nominations and one award in the Arizona Daily Star’s 2015 Mac Awards!
Read all about it here.

The Nominations

Best Play, Drama: Hamlet
“The Rogue Theatre’s sparse Hamlet was riveting and thrilling.”
Best Play, Drama:Waiting for Godot
“We sometimes think Waiting for Godot is a tragedy. Then a comedy. Then tragedy again.
Whatever you classify it, The Rogue Theatre’s production of the Samuel Beckett play teased us and thrilled us.”

Best Comedy: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
“...given all the wit and weight the Tom Stoppard play deserves.”
Best Actor: David Morden in Hamlet
“David Morden’s buffoonish Polonius...provided some much needed laughter.”
Best Actress: Patty Gallagher in The Merchant of Venice
“Patty Gallagher’s turn as Portia... was often transcendent.”
Best Actress: Kathryn Kellner Brown in Hamlet
“majestic and heartbreaking in her role of Gertrude...
The agony and sometimes-clueless side of Hamlet’s mother were palpable in her hands.”

Best Direction, Play: Cynthia Meier for Hamlet
“Cynthia Meier’s fast-moving Hamlet caressed the language and made the complex story clear.”
Best Direction, Play: Cynthia Meier for Waiting for Godot
“Meier also wowed us with her direction of The Rogue’s Waiting for Godot.”

The Winner

Best Actor: Matt Bowdren in Hamlet
“He was haunting and haunted, tender and consumed with revenge.
His Hamlet made us see the Shakespeare play with fresh eyes.”

 


 

Our Twelfth Season
2016–2017
Retrospective

 

Tales of the Jazz Age
July 2016

Pure poetry in motion...

—Chuck Graham, TucsonStage.com

Astoundingly beautiful and mesmerizing performance!

—Rosalva Parada, Audience Member

It was my idea of a great, entertaining afternoon.

—Barb Dantzler, Audience Member

Allison Knuth, Lauren Renteria, Bo Brinton, Logan Moon Penisten, Holly Griffith, Daniel Diaz, Claire Hancock  as Nancy Lamar and Christopher Johnson as Clark Darrow

Allison Knuth, Lauren Renteria, Bo Brinton, Logan Moon Penisten, Holly Griffith, Daniel Diaz,
Claire Hancock as Nancy Lamar and Christopher Johnson as Clark Darrow

 

Claire Hancock as Nancy Lamar and Matt Bowdren as Jim 'Jelly-Bean' Powell

Claire Hancock as Nancy Lamar and Matt Bowdren as Jim “Jelly-Bean” Powell

Complete information on Tales of the Jazz Age

Photos by Tim Fuller

 

Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches
September 2016

"ANGELS IN AMERICA" has a universal sweep and a timelessness.
It reminds us of the costs of greed, ignorance and living an inauthentic life, and underscores the necessity for love and generosity and acceptance.
This Rogue production drives that home with a terrible beauty.

—Arizona Daily Star

Every time I leave the Rogue, I think this is the best production I've ever seen, but indeed this IS the best.

—Pat Hammes, Audience Member

Each of these scenes vibrates with compressed intensity.
There are no flat spots, no filler.
The pace is brisk and the subject matter explosive.

—Chuck Graham, TucsonStage.com

Christopher Johnson is spellbinding in the role of Prior.

—Arizona Daily Star

Grace Kirkpatrick as the Angel and Christopher Johnson as Prior Walter

Grace Kirkpatrick as the Angel and Christopher Johnson as Prior Walter

 

Sterling Boyns as Mr. Lies and Holly Griffith as Harper Pitt

Sterling Boyns as Mr. Lies and Holly Griffith as Harper Pitt

 

Joseph McGrath as Roy Cohn and Ryan Parker Knox as Joe Pitt

Joseph McGrath as Roy Cohn and Ryan Parker Knox as Joe Pitt

Photos by Ed Flores

Complete information on Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches

 

 


 

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