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Recipient of the
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

 

Tucson theatregoers have come to expect some of the most challenging
and thought-provoking material from The Rogue Theatre.


—Gene Armstrong, The Tucson Weekly

Our Fourth Season
2008–2009
Retrospective

 


 


September 2008:
Luigi Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author

Laine Peterson as The Stepdaughter, Joseph McGrath as 
        The Father, Todd Fitzpatrick as The Leading Man, and Chris Farishon as The Leading Lady

Laine Peterson as The Stepdaughter, Joseph McGrath as The Father, Todd
Fitzpatrick as The Leading Man, and Chris Farishon as The Leading Lady

Photo by Tim Fuller

The Rogue always delivers on its promises.
           —Chuck Graham, Tucson Citizen

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October 2008:
Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days

Patty Gallagher as Winnie

Photo by Tim Fuller


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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Winner of the Tucson Weekly’s Best of Tucson 2008

The January 2008 Rogue Theatre production of Albee’s The Goat was selected by the Tucson Weekly in the category of Best Theatrical Bestiality: “Loud, intense and emotionally realistic, Rogue’s production of Edward Albee’s play about a married man who has sex with a goat gradually twisted its initial whimsy into an evening throbbing with loneliness and rage, thanks to director David Morden and lead actors J. Andrew McGrath and Cynthia Meier. What began with witty sophistication descended into brutal primitivism by play’s end, in an overwhelming production by a courageous little company.”

 


 

 

The Goat A Mac Award Favorite!

Rogue continues its brave choice to bring us plays that provoke us, perhaps offend us, and often move us.

—Kathleen Allen, Arizona Daily Star

 

The January 2008 Rogue Theatre production of Edward Albee’s The Goat has garnered three prestigious Macs and one nomination in the Arizona Daily Star’s 2008 Mac Awards.

Read more on our News page or visit the Arizona Daily Star for the full article by theater reviewer Kathleen Allen. Follow the links above to learn more about the winners.

 

 


January 2009:
Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, adapted by Sarah Ruhl

Patty Gallagher as Orlando and Avis Judd as Sasha

Patty Gallagher as Orlando and Avis Judd as Sasha

 

David Morden as Queen Elizabeth and Patty Gallagher as Orlando

David Morden as Queen Elizabeth and Patty Gallagher as Orlando

Photos by Tim Fuller

Another must-see Rogue production.
           —Kathleen Allen, Arizona Daily Star

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March 2009:
Immortal Longings: An Argument Erupts Among Shakespeare’s Women,
by Joseph McGrath
with scenes from Shakespeare

Laine Peterson as Iras, Susan Arnold as Cleopatra and 
        Maxine Gillespie as Charmian

Laine Peterson as Iras, Susan Arnold as Cleopatra and Maxine Gillespie as Charmian

 

The death of Juliet

The entire ensemble

Photos by Tim Fuller

…engaging and entertaining from beginning to end.
           —James Reel, The Tucson Weekly

 


 

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