Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from 2022

INVISIBLE THEATRE ANNOUNCES AN EXCITING AND DIVERSE LINEUP OF PLAYS FOR ITS 2022-2023 SEASON!

 INVISIBLE THEATRE ANNOUNCES AN EXCITING AND DIVERSE LINEUP OF PLAYS FOR ITS 2022-2023 SEASON!  (April 1, 2022, Tucson, AZ); Invisible Theatre’s Managing Artistic Director, Susan Claassen and Associate Directors James Blair and Betsy Kruse Craig, announce six plays for the company’s 51st Anniversary Season. The lineup includes the SW premieres of acclaimed Off-Broadway contemporary plays, romantic comedies, the Arizona premieres of the award-winning musical tribute to the great Billie Holiday with BILLIE! - Backstage with Lady Day and intimate portraits of outspoken “Defenders of Liberty” like witty and brassy Molly Ivins in RED HOT PATRIOT: The KickAss Wit of Molly Ivins and the Off-Broadway acclaimed WIESENTHAL that tells the compelling story of Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal. The season also includes THE SABBATH GIRL, a contemporary comedy with an old-fashioned heart, SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS, a unique and compassionate new play that asks how we address life’s biggest questions when words f
 INVISIBLE THEATRE ANNOUNCES AUDITIONS FOR 2022-2023 SEASON THE INVISIBLE THEATRE INVISIBLE THEATRE AUDITIONS 2022-2023 SEASON Please prepare one 2-3 minute monologue from contemporary theatrical literature showcasing your range.  We are casting for main stage and special event productions from July 2022-May 2023.  Please email your headshot and resume prior to the audition to betsy@invisibletheatre.com and bring a hard copy. Ages 18-85 are welcome to audition. All positions are paid.  Final play selections will be announced by April 1, 2022.  IT values diversity, embraces those with differences in religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identity.  Call Betsy at 520-884-0672 with questions. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4AAAAF2BA4F94-invisible
  EMERGENCY BY DANIEL BEATY ADDS TWO MATINEES, SATURDAY 2/26 AND SUNDAY 2/27 PLEASE TELL YOUR FRIENDS!  HERE IS CHUCK GRAHAM'S WONDERFUL REVIEW! CALL 520-882-9721 OR www.invisibletheatre.com photo by Tim Fuller Myani Watson (top), Richard "Chomps" Thompson (center) and To-Ree-Nee Wolf (front) create 40 different roles in "Emergency." "Emergency” by Daniel Beaty is a cry for freedom, a plea for reason, set in a fanciful scenario among startled New Yorkers in pre-COVID times, panicked to see a slave ship rise up out of the harbor waters in front of the Statue of Liberty. “Emergency” premiered in 2006 at the Public Theater in Manhattan. Beaty is a talent-driven actor, singer, writer and community activist who presented “Emergency” as an 85-minute solo performance with 40 different roles. Susan Claassen, Invisible Theatre's managing artistic director, saw that production and has been trying to bring “Emergency” to Tucson ever since. Now here in IT's 50