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2012 American Theatre Wing
National Theatre Company Award

 

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...an ensemble company with a high regard
for the integrity of its audience
.

—Patrick Baliani, The Desert Leaf

...a company of serious purpose, high artistic aspirations,
courage and refreshingly perverse intellectual tastes.


—James Reel, The Tucson Weekly

 

Our Second Season
2006–2007
Retrospective

 

John Keats’

Endymion

Adapted by Joseph McGrath

“A thing of beauty is a joy forever” is the refrain running through the play;
a live performance can hardly last forever,
but Rogue Theatre has at least given us a thing of beauty.


—James Reel, The Tucson Weekly

O magic sleep! O comfortable bird,
That broodest o’er the troubled sea of the mind
Till it is hushed and smooth!

Photo by Tim Fuller

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Jean Genet’s

The Maids

The Maids…another Rogue Theatre winner!

                     —The Arizona Daily Star

Brilliant! And the acting was among the best you can find anywhere.

                     —Jesse Greenberg, The Desert Leaf

I’m going back to my kitchen, back to my gloves and the smell of my teeth. To my belching sink. You have your flowers, I my sink. I’m the maid. You, at least, you can’t defile me. But! But! ... But before I go back, I’m going to finish the job.

Susan Arnold (Claire) and Cynthia Meier (Solange)

I’m ashamed to ask for tea when Monsieur is all alone, without a thing, without food, without cigarettes.

Arlene Naughton (Madame)

Photos by Tim Fuller

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Bertolt Brecht’s

The Good Woman of Setzuan

The Rogue Theatre gave me a real gift with their exquisite production of
The Good Woman of Setzuan, and I will be eternally grateful for it.

                            
—Iris J. Arnesen, The Opera Glass

 



SHEN TE: You are the Illustrious Ones? My name is Shen Te.
It would please me very much of my simple room could be of use to you.

Leanné Whitewolf Charlton (Third God), Jill Baker (First God),
Patty Gallagher (Shen Te) and Nick Bravin (Second God)

Photo by Thomas Wentzel

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