Our Mission
We produce theatre and theatre education in Tucson that entertains, educates, and enlightens children, adults, and families.

Live Theatre Workshop
5317 E Speedway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85712
Reservations: (520) 327-4242

Etcetera, LTW's Late Night Series
2017-2018 SEASON

Etcetera offers new and seasoned, local theatre artists the opportunity to create original performances that reflect the variety of Tucson’s culture and population, with the goal of unifying all of us through shared experiences. It is the late-night arm in the Live Theater Workshop lineup.

Maryann Green has been the drama teacher at Rincon and University High School by day for nearly 20 years. By night, she’s the Etcetera Series Producer and the Executive Director of the Tucson Fringe Festival. Green is pleased with the 2017-2018 lineup. “I’m so proud to be able to give emerging theatre artists, as well as established artists who are branching out, a place to showcase some work that really gets at what makes Tucson unique and what brings us together as a community.”


November 3 and 4, 2017 at 10:30 PM

La Raza Humana

Written by Alexandra Totillo and Czarina Leyva

A first-generation college graduate from Nogales, Arizona and a Tucson native born to Armenian immigrants use personal insight and experience as well as interviews with their families and community to explore Tucson's racial and cultural identity through an intersectional lens. Find out what aspects of our identities separate us and, more importantly, what brings us together.


March 9 and 10, 2018 at 10:30 PM

Abeyance: A State of Temporary Disuse or Suspension

By Tyler West

Tyler is broke. Tyler needs a job. He REALLY needs this job. Enjoy a night of physical comedy as actor, comedian and Tucson favorite Tyler West suffers in the waiting room of the most important job interview of his life. Everything that can go wrong will, and hilarity will undoubtedly ensue.


May 19, 2018 at 10:30 PM and May 20, 2018 at 7:00 PM

Un Unkept Secret

A Rehearsed Improvisation directed by Gretchen Wirges

What happens when four friends allow the mask of manners to drop? When the truth is told, sparing no expense of feeling? What happens when we're forced to communicate honestly with one another about the values we hold most dear? What happens when four actors are given a scenario, a stage, and no script? Find out in this improvised drama inspired by the likes of "Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf" and Ayad Akhtar's "Disgraced"


June 16, 2018 at 10:30 PM and June 17, 2018 at 7:00 PM

Three Lonely Plays and A Day At The Park

Written by Barbara Atwood and Jonathan Northover

Four short plays by local playwrights explore some very unique, sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking ways in which we combat the desperate human need to connect with one another. In "Headlines," four subway riders find themselves more interested in tabloid stories than they'd like to admit in public. "World of Love" is a cautionary tale from Tinder and in "Neshama," Naomi and her husband Harold ponder the existence of the soul... of their deceased cat! Round out the night with "A Day At The Park" in which an elderly couple grapples with a secret from their past and hope it will bring them some peace in the end.


Tickets: $10

Reservations: 520-327-4242

More Information Maryann Green, Producer of the Etcetera Series – etcetera@livetheatreworkshop.org