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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
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—Patrick Baliani, The Desert Leaf

 

Our Third Season
2007–2008
Retrospective


September 2007: Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard

Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard

Photo by Tim Fuller

The Rogue Theatre is giving The Cherry Orchard
a production worthy of a classic,
with an exceptional cast and intelligent direction.


           —James Reel, The Tucson Weekly

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January 2008: Edward Albee’s The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?

Edward Albee's 'The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?'

Martin and Stevie (Joseph McGrath and Cynthia Meier)

Joseph McGrath (Martin) and Cynthia Meier (Stevie)

Photo by Tim Fuller

The play is as abundant with tragedy as it is with humor.
Sure, it’s disturbing. And it's worth seeing a couple times.


           —Kathleen Allen, The Arizona Daily Star

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February 2008: Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days


Winnie (Patty Gallagher)

Patty Gallagher as Winnie

Photo by Cynthia Meier

Only in poetry have I heard speech that sounds so much like music,
and Ms. Gallagher’s pitch-perfect timing made it clear that
that was what Beckett had in mind.


           —Iris Arnesen , The Opera Glass

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March
April 2008: Peter Barnes’ Red Noses

Peter Barnes' 'Red Noses'

 

BRODIN: Don't start dying before you die.

Alex Samaniego (Grez), Rick Shipman (Lefranc), David Morden (Flagellant),
Todd Fitzpatrick (Patrice), Clark Ray (Brodin), Steve Cruz (Toulon)
and Layla Tenney (Sabine)

Photo by Tim Fuller

Thank you for bringing this to us, for showing us, once again, what theater can be like,
what ensemble production can achieve, what dramatic literature can do.


           —Red Noses audience member

 

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