Tony Award winner Ken Page and Tony nominees Kathleen Chalfant and Ann Hampton Callaway will be part of Painting the Town Red, a gala concert event for Arizona's Invisible Theatre.
Presented April 9 and 10 on the campus of the AZ School for the Deaf and Blind in Tucson, the concerts will highlight the Invisible Theatre's 40-year history. The evening is conceived, directed and written by Susan Claassen.
In addition to Page (Cats), Chalfant (W;t, Angels in America) and Callaway (Swing), appearances will be made by Golden Globe winner Amanda McBroom, Mary Baker, Nancy Davis Booth, Betsy Kruse Craig, Jeffrey Haskell, Carrie Hill, Liz McMahon, Larry "Lucinda Holiday" Moore, Jack Neubeck, Stuart "Carol Channing" Moulton, Robert Shaw as “Elvis” and the Pastime Players. Lisa Otey will musical direct.
"Longevity Awards" will also be presented to Jetti Ames, Gail Fitzhugh, Roberto Guajardo and Maryann Trombino, who have been involved with the company since its founding 40 years ago.
The April 9 show will take place at 8 PM, while the April 10 show will be at 3 PM. Callaway will only appear April 10.
For tickets phone (520) 882-9721. Visit InvisibleTheatre.