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A riotous comedy! Screw the mid-life crisis; let’s solve some crimes! Middle-aged mom Liz has a new man. And let’s face it… he’s just plain creepy. When a mysterious disappearance sets the community on edge, Liz’s best friends leap to the rescue. This is a hilarious comedy about trading in wine glasses for spy glasses when the mid-life crisis just isn’t your speed.

“The laughs in Wendy MacLeod’s play, come fast and furious…It’s all good, silly fun, directed with precise comic timing by the seasoned Sean Daniels… a new work that’s modern, lively, and loads of fun.” – Boston Globe

Tucson : 09/05/20 - 09/25/20

Phoenix : 10/01/20 - 10/18/20

Say hello to your new favorite holiday classic!

A cleverly imagined sequel to Pride and Prejudice! Mary Bennet is unmarried, nerdy, and growing tired of her role as the obedient middle sister. Miss Bennet is an energetic, witty, and romantic holiday comedy about family, awkward love, and personal transformation blending modern wit and grand period style. Perfect for all Jane Austen fans.

“…highly entertaining and warm-spirited work, the kind of thing multiple generations can enjoy together.” –Chicago Tribune

Tucson : 10/17/20 - 11/07/20

Phoenix : 11/12/20 - 11/29/20

Come feed the plants…

With a charming doo-wop and Motown-flavored score containing several well-known tunes, including the title song, “Skid Row (Downtown)”, “Somewhere That’s Green”, and “Suddenly, Seymour”, Grammy and Academy Award-winning duo Howard Ashman and Alan Menken’s (Disney’s Beauty and the BeastLittle Shop of Horrors will satisfy your craving for toungue-in-cheek humor, toe-tapping songs, and murderous hijinks!

“Totally entrancing, totally hilarious, justly praised and a dazzling musical! It must be seen! Wow!” – N.Y. Post

Tucson : 12/05/20 - 01/01/21

Phoenix : 01/08/21 - 01/31/21

A moving new play about the complexities of privilege, citizenship, and the most complex relationship of all: family.

Directed by Kimberly Senior who directed Disgraced on Broadway when it won the Pulitzer Prize. A “Model Immigrant” and business mogul, Honduran born Mando’s cleaning empire is bracing for a downturn and he must rein in his over-privileged American son Orlando. In the wake of a personal crisis, Orlando suddenly finds himself responsible for the fate of a treasured undocumented worker and the future of his father’s entire enterprise.

Tucson : 01/23/21 - 02/13/21

Phoenix : 02/18/21 - 03/07/21

A life-affirming story of love, (memory) loss, and how we deal with it all.

Pru Payne explores love and family by hilariously and heartrendingly asking: what’s the best way for any of us to be remembered, and what’s love got to do with it?

“Drukman’s characters are maddening and lovable, and you just want to spend more time with them.” – American Theatre Magazine

Tucson : 03/13/21 - 04/03/21

Phoenix : 04/08/21 - 04/25/21

A face-to-face musical evening with the fiery genius.

Nina Simone rocked the nation with “Four Women”, her tribute in song to the four little girls lost in the tragic 1963 bombing of the Ku Klux Klan at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. Nina Simone: Four Women imagines a conversation, often through music, between Simone and three African-American women from varied walks-of-life. Directed by Tiffany Nichole Greene, who is the current Resident Director on Broadway’s Hamilton.

“This is still a remarkable show in many ways – it is totally different from any revue you ever saw and, especially given this fine casting, it catches one of the great thinkers, activists, and musicians of the 20th century as she surely was feeling in that given moment in time.” – Chicago Tribune

Tucson : 04/25/21 - 05/15/21

Phoenix : 05/21/21 - 06/06/21