Trouble’s comin’ … The irresistible musical tribute to the power of make-believe marches onto the ATC stages – and into your heart – with trumpets blaring! By turns wicked, funny, warm, romantic and touching, The Music Man is American musical theatre at its best.

“Even if you’re seeing it for the umpteenth time, you can be surprised by the musical’s vigor, warmth, uplift and virtually faultless construction. Here is both popular art and a model of musical theater craft.” – THE NEW YORK TIMES

Tucson : 12/02/18 - 12/30/18

Phoenix : 01/05/19 - 01/27/19

The crossroads of a revolution. There’s a new president in the White House. Racial tensions are on the rise. But no, it’s not 2018. It’s 1969 – and the Civil Rights Movement is sending tremors through Pittsburgh’s Hill District. Two Trains Running explores a time of extraordinary change and the ordinary people who get left behind.

“Mr. Wilson’s most adventurous and honest attempt to reveal the intimate heart of history.” – THE NEW YORK TIMES

Tucson : 01/19/19 - 02/09/19

Phoenix : 02/14/19 - 03/03/19

Marilyn Monroe once said, “As for lovers, well, they’ll come and go too. Actually pretty much all of them are going to break your heart, but you can’t give up because if you give up, you’ll never find your soulmate. You’ll never find that half who makes you whole and that goes for everything. Keep trying.” 

Lovers come and go in this playful and sensual musical journey weaving stories behind the men that Monroe loved – and Marilyn had her fair share of love and romance.

Tucson : 02/14/19 - 02/17/19

A vibrant new comedy. Spending her days caring for her ailing mother, Lucha yearns to break her monotonous routine. Here’s a wild idea: an all-girl mariachi band! But it’s the 1970s, and girls can’t be mariachis … or can they? A heartwarming and hilarious new comedy about music’s power to heal and connect, featuring gorgeous live mariachi music that will send your heart soaring.

Tucson : 03/09/19 - 03/30/19

Phoenix : 04/04/19 - 04/21/19

Can a parent love their children too much? Is it possible to not love them enough? These are questions that hover over Things I Know To Be True – a beautiful and painfully perceptive portrait of a family and the frictions that arise when grown-up children try to push beyond the confines of their loving parents’ expectations.

“FIVE STARS! A thing of beauty. An absolute gem.” – THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

Tucson : 04/20/19 - 05/11/19

Phoenix : 05/16/19 - 06/02/19