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Feb. 24 & 25- Bees Knees Speakeasy: a 1920s/30s Musical Revue

Our friends at Bees Knees Speakeasy are visiting LTW for a special two-show run of their 1920s/30s Musical Revue. Flappers, belly dancers, live music, an occasional striptease, and more await you behind the secret entrance to Bees Knees Speakeasy!

 

 

Bees Knees Speakeasy has been “Featured at Dillinger Days Speakeasy & Reenactments for over a decade!” Join the speakeasy for two shows only: Saturday, February 24th at 7:30pm, and Sunday, February 25th at 3pm! Feel free to bring your own booze. (Patrons can bring one bottle of wine and 40oz of beer to any of our upcoming theatre productions.) Buy tickets today to receive a secret password in your order confirmation.

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Summer Camp Registration opens on Fri., Mar. 1st at 9am!

Summer Camp is an amazing week of producing, acting, dancing, playing improvisation games, and exploring the technical side of the theatre arts. View the schedule here.

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Moonlight and Magnolias opens March 2nd

Moonlight and Magnolias is an excellent example of a Hollywood screwball comedy of the 1930s. The extraordinary thing is that it has been written in the 2000s and by Ron Hutchinson.” –British Theatre Guide

 

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5th Annual Young Playwrights of Tucson Competition

Live Theatre Workshop is happy to announce our 5th annual playwriting contest for all local students between the grades 6th – 12th for the 2023/2024 school year.  Each year through this program we open up our stage to showcase Tucson’s youth and their talents.  From playwright, to acting, and even behind the scenes!

 

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Mainstage Theatre

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Moonlight and Magnolias

March 1, 2024 - March 24, 2023

Three legendary men hole up in Hollywood Producer David O. Selznick’s office to rewrite the screenplay for what would become 1939’s Gone with the Wind. With equally clever and profound writing, playwright Ron Hutchinson creates a captivating fantasy of what it may have been like to be a fly on the wall during these historic moments of American pop culture.

Children's Theatre

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The Big Dipper: Calendar, Compass, and Clock

April 6, 2024 - April 14, 2024

LTW’s Children’s Theatre partners with Red Herring Puppets to produce “The Big Dipper”. What is the most easily recognizable star pattern in the sky? Discover the mystery and science of the Big Dipper through stories from the ancient Chinese, Micmac Indians, Greek, and Aztec cultures, and the Southern slaves following the “drinkin gourd” to freedom. Combining skillfully crafted marionettes and shadow puppets, we see how the stars can be used to tell time, track the seasons, and find your way at night. Red Herring Puppets has created a stellar production exploring the folklore and science related to the Big Dipper. This familiar star pattern is seen most of the year by more than half the world’s population and can be used to tell time, keep track of the seasons, and guide our way at night. The show features beautifully crafted marionettes and shadow puppets with tales from ancient Greece, China, the Micmac Indians on Nova Scotia and southern slaves seeking freedom in the north. Red Herring Puppets is an award-winning professional puppet company located in Tucson Arizona. Lisa Sturz, owner and artistic director has worked with Jim Henson Productions, Walt Disney Imagineering, Lucasfilm, PBS, the Lyric Opera of Chicago and many more.

Etcetera Theatre

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Bees Knees Speakeasy: A 1920s/30s Musical Revue

February 24, 2024 - February 25, 2024

Our friends at Bees Knees Speakeasy are visiting LTW for a special two-show run of their 1920s/30s Musical Revue. Flappers, belly dancers, live music, an occasional striptease, and more await you behind the secret entrance to Bees Knees Speakeasy! Bees Knees Speakeasy has been "Featured at Dillinger Days Speakeasy & Reenactments for over a decade!" Join the speakeasy for two shows only: Saturday, February 24th at 7:30pm, and Sunday, February 25th at 3pm! Feel free to bring your own booze. (Patrons can bring one bottle of wine and 40oz of beer to any of our upcoming theatre productions.) Buy tickets today to receive a secret password in your order confirmation. 


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