Originally published on ONStageAZ.com. A new direction, mission and leadership team advance ATC into its 54th season. Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) puts artists and audiences at the heart of all it does.
Originally published on BroadwayWorld.com. By Robert Encila-Celdran It’s rush hour on a Friday afternoon and I have the good fortune to locate a parking spot across the lane from the Temple of Music and Art. I don’t recall parking this close
Live theatre can boost empathy and pro-social behavior, according to new research by Eric W. Dolan, published in PsyPost July 25, 2021. Watching a live theatre production can increase empathy for the groups depicted in the plays
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.”
Carey Pena speaks with Associate Artstic Director Chanel Bragg about how ATC moved quickly to keep subscribers and supporters engaged. Throughout these last 10 months, we have launched a Podcast, Digital Season, and Matching Funds Campaign.
Real Estate Mogul, Avid Athlete, Philanthropist By David Pittman From the January edition of BizTucson I. Michael Kasser has many interesting accomplishments to his name after 80 years on this planet. His greatest business success is unquestionably
Arizona Theatre Company Launches New Fundraising Campaign ‘Bring Us Back to Live’ will help ensure the show will go on A “ghost light” is a small, single-bulbed light that shines whenever a theater is dark. Some say it chases away spirits;
Things I Know To Be True, the Andrew Bovell play that ATC co-produced the American premiere of, is in the works to become an Amazon series starring and executive produced by Nicole Kidman. ATC co-produced the American premiere of
Eliana Pipes, a playwright, actor and filmmaker, has won Arizona Theatre Company’s 2020 National Latinx Playwriting Award for Dream Hou$e, which follows two Latinx sisters on an HGTV-style show who are selling their family home,
10 Questions with Char and Alan Augenstein: Philanthropists and arts supporters. From the August 2020 Issue of Frontdoors Magazine 1. Where did you move to Arizona from, and when? CHAR: We were excited to have the opportunity