Tippi Hedren won a Golden Globe for her performance in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds" (1963).
Tippi Hedren will be in Tucson this weekend for a screening of "The Birds" at The Loft Cinema. Proceeds from the screening benefit the Invisible Theatre, the Loft and Hedren's Roar Foundation, which protects exotic cats. All proceeds from an autograph session before and after the screening benefit Roar.
Another chance to see Tippi Hedren in Tucson
Tippi Hedren also will attend Saturday's sold-out performance of "A Conversation with Edith Head," at the Invisible Theatre, 1400 N. First Ave. Susan Claassen stars as the Hollywood costume-design diva, whose long and illustrious career included designing Hedren's wardrobe in "The Birds." Hedren and Head became close friends, Claassen said.
Review: Invisible Theatre explores art, culture in 'Bakersfield Mist' October 15, 2015 11:45 am • By Ann Brown Arizona Daily Star Review Class attitudes and cultural differences collide like the paint and colors of a Jackson Pollock painting in Stephen Sachs’ comedy “Bakersfield Mist,” which Invisible Theatre opened Wednesday night. Susan Kovitz as Maude and Roberto Guajardo as Lionel in Invisible Theatre’s production of “Bakersfield Mist,” by Stephen Sachs. The comedy was inspired by Jackson Pollock. Read the entire review here: Review: Invisible Theatre explores art, culture in 'Bakersfield Mist'
Tim Fuller"Love and
Marriage Go Together Like" … unless you are romance author Frances
Kittridge (Susan Kovitz) and her husband comedy columnist Colin (David
Johnston) who are going through a trial separation and division of worldly
goods while living in the same NYC apartment!
So she has planned Invisible
Theatre’s season accordingly. “The first couple of shows are
lighthearted in what appears to be a challenging fall for the world,” says
Claassen, the company’s managing artistic director. Next week, IT opens its 2016-17
season with Fred Carmichael’s comedy, “Coming Apart.” At its heart: “Coming Apart is “a romantic comedy of love
and marriage, but it also touches on what happens when pride enters a
relationship,” says Claassen, who is a member of the cast. The couple coming apart are
both writers who have been married for 21 years. “How do they celebrate each
Invisible Theatre to open "Bakersfield Mist"By Kathleen Allen Jackson Pollock’s work has inspired many. And stories surrounding the artist's works have been inspired, as well. One of those stories drove playwright Stephen Sachs to write “Bakersfield Mist,” which Invisible Theatre opens Wednesday, Oct. 14. Pollock’s work is at the center of the comedy, which is a roller coaster ride with it's smart, biting dialogue to the vast differences between the two characters in the play. Susan Kovitz as Maude and Roberto Guajardo as Lionel in Invisible Theatre's production of "Bakersfield Mist." -- Credit: Tim Fuller Read the entire preview here: http://goo.gl/P1WPeh