We are thrilled that our Virtual Student Matinee Series was successful this season! Our production of Somewhere Over the Border, a new musical that follows the story of Reina as she goes on a journey to find a better life for her and her son,
Mesa Community College student Robert O’Brien has been honored by the 2021 Kennedy Center American Region 8 College Theatre Festival for his scene,“The Regular Thursday Night D&D Game.”
Join us for The Heath, Lauren Gunderson’s heartwarming story based on her grandfather’s life. Lauren turns her storytelling on herself as she wrestles with how you make peace with a beloved relative who seems unlike you in every way.
When a person is defined by something they do or what they have, what happens when their identity changes? As part of RomeroFest, a month-long celebration of the diverse, thoughtful and impactful works of Arizona Theatre Company
How do we love and find hope when we don’t have the words? As part of RomeroFest, a month-long celebration of the diverse, thoughtful and impactful works of Arizona Theatre Company Playwright-in-Residence Elaine Romero,
In collaboration with The Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre and Winding Road Theater Ensemble, ATC is producing RomeroFest, a month-long celebration of the diverse, thoughtful and impactful works of ATC Playwright-in-Residence Elaine Romero
The first Coronalogs: Explorations of Identity, Culture and Well-Being During COVID-19, a partnership between Arizona Theatre Company and local community colleges to create new works by student playwrights focusing on the human
Nine students from the Tucson area, Mesa and Laveen participating in our ATCteen program are playing key roles in the digital premiere of seven winning plays from #ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence, a national short play competition
In November, over 300 students from six schools in three different Arizona Counties, tuned in to watch our Digital Reading of The Realness. In addition to watching the digital production, schools received a worksheet with discussion questions.
T.O. has escaped the suburbs and comes to the big city to immerse himself in authentic, “REAL” hip-hop culture. It doesn’t get much more real than MC Prima. The moment he meets her, T. O. falls madly in love. But when he becomes