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The Invisible Theatre’s 32nd Anniversary
Welcome to The Invisible Theatre’s 2002-2003 season. For over thirty-one years IT has brought the best of live theatre to the greater Tucson community through main stage productions, educational outreach, matinees for youth and in-school performances. The name INVISIBLE THEATRE was chosen to convey the invisible energy that flows between performer and audience that makes the magic of theatre.
We invite you to discover the “magic” as we produce our most heartwarming, hilarious, sassy, riveting, provocative an madcap season to date, in our intimate, air conditioned and comfortable “80 seat gem of a theatre”.
Benefits for the Season
- Up to 17% off the cost of individual tickets
- Priority Seating (All first class!)
- Flexible Ticket Exchange (No Penalty!)
- Discounts on additional tickets including “Season Extras”
- $5 Off voucher on IT merchandise
- Discount at Ovens Restaurant & Feast Tasteful Takeout
Book your passage now for first class seating at economy prices
by calling (520) 882-9721.
FAX (520) 884-5410 Monday through Friday from 10-4
or stop by the office at 1400 North First Avenue at Drachman.
Season Tickets may be purchased over the phone with Visa/MC/AMEX .
Please Note All Plays And Dates Are Subject to Change.
THE OLD SETTLER by John Henry Redwood
September 16 - October 6, 2002
A sweet-natured comedy starring Walter Belcher, Tracy Loving, Barbea Williams and To-Reé-Neé Wolf is set in World War II Harlem. It tells the story of two aging church-going sisters and how their relationship changes when a young man enters their lives and a chance for LOVE enters their hearts.
A comic monologue performed and written
by Scott Carter
5 Performances Only!
Wednesday-Friday 7:30 P.M.
Saturday 2:00 and 7:30 P.M.
Recommended for adult audiences
OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS
By Joe DiPietro
November 18 - December 8, 2002
This hilarious comedy is set in an Italian-American community in New Jersey. It is loaded with laughs as it examines the importance of family, tradition and unconditional LOVE in a highly mobile and transient world.
SOPHIE TUCKER -
An American Legend
by Jack Fournier and Kathy Halenda
January 6 - January 26, 2003Held Over to February 2 - Call 882-9721 for tickets
"The Last of the Red Hot Mamas"
Travel down memory lane as Liz McMahon, under the musical direction of Rob Boone, brings the legendary Sophie Tucker to life. From the risqué and rollicking "A Good Man is Hard to Find" to the loving "My Yiddishe Mama" this is musical entertainment audiences will LOVE!
The Invisible Theatre Presents
A Valentine Cabaret Fundraiser
Polly Bergen has been dazzling audiences for more than five decades, from her early days as a film, movie, television and recording star to her recent appearances in the hit Broadway musicals, Follies and Cabaret. Last year, she was the toast of New York with two stellar performances: her critically acclaimed, sold out nightclub review at Feinstein’s and her Tony-nominated role in Follies. Her performance of “I’m Still Here” brought the house down at every show! This is an evening you won’t want to miss!
“Polly Bergen pours voice, heart into songs ... class personified ... an incandescent performer!”
Saturday, February 15, 2003
The Temple of Music and Art
330 South Scott
(Special Patron Ticket - includes dessert reception with Polly Bergen following the performance)
All seats reserved. Seating is very limited.
Call (520) 882-9721 for reservations and more information
The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros and
Walking Between Worlds by To-Ree’-Nee’ Wolf
February 19-22, 2003
5 Performances Only!
A Literature-To-Life Educational Performance Series
Both shows will also tour to schools in February and March, 2003
The House on Mango Street traces the coming-of-age of a young girl, Esperanza Cordero through a series of vignettes about her family, her Latino neighborhood and her secret dreams.
Her Voice, starring To-Ree’-Nee’ Wolf is her true story of discrimination and the struggle to be accepted as a gifted black woman in a racist South.
Get the Study Guide here (PDF)
John Dankworth Group
WHEN: FRIDAY, MARCH 14 8:00 P.M.
SATURDAY, MARCH 15 2:00 P.M.
SATURDAY, MARCH 15 8:00 P.M.
WHERE: BERGER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
1200 WEST SPEEDWAY
COLLECTED STORIES by Donald Margulies
March 31 - April 20, 2003
A provocative play by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Donald Margulies, this engaging drama explores the age-old conflict between an established artist and an adoring fan who becomes a LOVING protégé, disciple, colleague, friend and finally a threatening rival!
KNOCK ‘EM DEAD by Tom Oldendick and Will Roberson
May 19 - June 8, 2003
This unique interactive comedy/murder mystery is inspired lunacy and pure entertainment. It takes place at Vinnie’s Belly Laugh Club where five outrageous contestants show up for a final talent competition. It’s curtains for Vinnie and everyone’s a suspect! The audience will LOVE playing detective and finally fingering the murderer!
Please Note All Plays and Dates Are Subject to Change.