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National Theatre Company Award

 

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'Bach at Leipzig' by Itamar Moses

Bach at Leipzig

by Itamar Moses

PRODUCTION SPONSORS:
JOHN WAHL AND MARY LOU FORIER

Directed by Cynthia Meier
Music Direction and Sound Design by Jake Sorgen

November 2–19, 2017

Thursday–Saturday 7:30 P.M., Sunday 2:00 P.M.
plus 2:00 P.M.matinees Saturday, November 11 & 18

Discussion with the cast and director follows all performances

Performance Schedule
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The Rogue Theatre at The Historic Y
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A comic imagining, in the vein of Stoppard, of 18th Century rivals gathering
to compete for the position of Leipzig's Thomaskantor.
Politics, religion, and fragile egos collide in a desperate competition
before their hopes are dashed by the history trumpeted in the title of the play.

Complete information on Bach at Leipzig

 

Ryan Parker Knox as Schott

Ryan Parker Knox as Schott

David Weynand as Graupner and Matt Walley as Lenck

David Weynand as Graupner and Matt Walley as Lenck

Joseph McGrath as Fasch, David Weynand as Graupner, Matt Walley as Lenck, Ryan Parker Knox as Schott and Hunter Hnat as Steindorff

Joseph McGrath as Fasch, David Weynand as Graupner, Matt Walley as Lenck,
Ryan Parker Knox as Schott and Hunter Hnat as Steindorff

Matt Walley as Lenck, Ryan Parker Knox as Schott, Michael Bailey as Kaufmann, Joseph McGrath as Fasch and Hunter Hnat as Steindorff

Matt Walley as Lenck, Ryan Parker Knox as Schott, Michael Bailey as Kaufmann,
Joseph McGrath as Fasch and Hunter Hnat as Steindorff

Photos by Tim Fuller

 


 

ANNOUNCING OUR 2017–2018 SEASON

SEASON SPONSORS: JOHN AND JOYCE AMBRUSTER

Celia, A Slave

Bach at Leipzig

The Grapes of Wrath

Three Tall Women

King Lear

Celia, A Slave
by Barbara Seyda
September 7–24, 2017

Bach at Leipzig
by Itamar Moses
November 2–19, 2017

The Grapes of Wrath
by John Steinbeck, adapted by Frank Galati
January 11–28, 2018

Three Tall Women
by Edward Albee
February 22–March 11, 2018

King Lear
by William Shakespeare
April 26–May 13, 2018

 

3- and 4-Play Season Ticket Packages are now on sale

Season ticket advantages:
Don’t miss a single production
Preferred, reserved seating
One easy purchase
Save over individual ticket prices for most performances

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See our Tickets page for a detailed schedule
and ticket purchase options

Click here to listen to Cynthia Meier and Joseph McGrath, co-founders of The Rogue Theatre,
as they reflect on why we chose the plays we did
and why we’re excited to share them with you.

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John & Joyce Ambruster
Play-Reading Series
2017–2018

Cloud Nine
by Caryl Churchill
Sunday October 1, 2017  2:00 P.M.

The River
by Jez Butterworth
Sunday December 3, 2017  2:00 P.M.

Don Juan in Hell
by George Bernard Shaw
Sunday February 4, 2018  2:00 P.M.

Endgame
by Samuel Beckett
Sunday March 25, 2018  2:00 P.M.

Tickets $17 each play
General admission

Season tickets for final three plays $45 (Does not include Cloud Nine)
Reserved seating

Click here for more information about the plays

See above for ticket purchase options

 


 

Our Thirteenth Season
2017–2018
Retrospective

 

Celia, A Slave
September 2017

While set in the past, this unflinching, brutally honest play is relevant to many of the issues facing our nation to this day.
—Andrew Brown, Arizona Public Media

Images and thoughts from Celia keep tapping on my shoulder unexpectedly since Friday.
—Christopher Wendel, Audience Member

Incredible, important, and heart breaking.
—Chrysta Faye, Audience Member

Friends, do something for your soul and go see Celia, A Slave,
a most-timely and remarkable production by the The Rogue Theatre,
written by our very own Barbara Seyda, a brilliant genius.
Actors are fully embodied and incredible, choreography by Barbea Williams is magic,
music by Jake Sorgen and Vicki Brown lifts the theatre,
and incredible direction and staging by Cynthia Meier brings to life the cruelty and grace of a horrific era.
A story set in 1855 Missouri could not have more relevance to every year that followed, including this one.
Art is what we need. Go see it.
—Kimi Eisele, Audience Member

 

Producer Andrew Brown of Arizona Public Meida has created a nine-minute video on Celia, A Slave,
with footage from two rehearsals and interviews with actors and the director.

The Cast of 'Celia, A Slave'

Photo by Tim Fuller

Complete information on Celia, A Slave

 

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