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2012 American Theatre Wing
National Theatre Company Award

 

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The Rogue never fails to rivet me to my seat—or knock me out of it.
—L.R., Rogue Audience Member

 

The Rogue Theatre is quickly establishing a reputation as a company that rarely misses.
—Kathleen Allen, Arizona Daily Star

Our Fifth Season
2009–2010
Retrospective

 


September, 2009
Animal Farm

by Andrew Periale, based on George Orwell’s novella


Make way for piglets!

Make way for piglets!

John Shartzer, Avis Judd, Daved Wilkins, David Morden, Joseph McGrath and Jill Baker


Hard work. For the good of all. I'll work harder.

Hard work. For the good of all. I’ll work harder.

Photos by Tim Fuller

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November, 2009
A Delicate Balance

by Edward Albee



STAY!  Stay!  Stay.  Please?  Stay?

Joseph McGrath (Tobias) and David Morden (Harry)


Come now; we can begin the day.

Joseph McGrath (Tobias), Avis Judd (Julia), Cynthia Meier (Agnes) and Amy Almquist (Claire)

Photos by Tim Fuller

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January, 2010
2009 Arizona Daily Star Mac Awards

The Rogue Theatre received several accolades in the Arizona Daily Star’s 2009 Mac Awards. Theater reviewer Kathleen Allen writes:
  • Winner of Best Actor: “Joseph McGrath gave depth and nuance to the ineffectual Tobias in Rogue’s A Delicate Balance. It’s a difficult role because the character has a deep, troubled inner life. McGrath did it full justice, and then some.”
  • Nomination for Best Drama: “Rogue Theatre, which is quickly establishing a reputation as a company that rarely misses, staged a lovely (and most difficult to do) Orlando and an almost breathtaking presentation of A Delicate Balance.
  • Nomination for Best Actress: Patty Gallagher gracefully transitioned from an Elizabethan Romeo to a Victorian maid in Rogue’s Orlando.
  • Nomination for Best Director: David Morden showed a deep understanding of Edward Albee with his direction of A Delicate Balance.

 

January, 2010
Our Town

by Thornton Wilder


STAGE MANAGER: The cottage, the go-cart, the Sunday afternoon drives in the Ford—
the first rheumatism—the grandchildren—the second rheumatism—the deathbed—
the reading of the will—

Robert Anthony Peters (George Gibbs), Alexandra Franklin (Emily Webb) and Terry Erbe (Stage Manager)


MRS. WEBB: Children! Now I won’t have it. Breakfast is just as good as any other meal
and I won’t have you gobblin’ like wolves. It’ll stunt your growth, that’s a fact.

Dylan Stringer (Wally Webb), Celia Madeoy (Myrtle Webb) and Alexandra Franklin (Emily Webb)

Photos by Tim Fuller

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February–March, 2010
Krapp’s Last Tape, Not I and Act Without Words
by Samuel Beckett


Joseph McGrath (Krapp/Krapp’s Last Tape)


Cynthia Meier (Mouth/Not I)


Patty Gallagher (Player/Act Without Words)

Photos by Tim Fuller

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April–May, 2010
Othello
by William Shakespeare

OTHELLO: ...Till that a capable and wide revenge
Swallow them up. Now, by yond marble heaven,
In the due reverence of a sacred vow
I here engage my words.

Joseph McGrath (Iago) and Nathan Crocker (Othello)

Photo by Tim Fuller

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June, 2010
The Four of Us
by Itamar Moses

DAVID: ...Isn’t it weird to think that in, like, ten years, we could very well be musicians?
BENJAMIN: What do you mean?
DAVID: Just that...you know...it’s weird to think that.
BENJAMIN: We already
are musicians.
DAVID: I just...you know...to be doing it for real.
BENJAMIN: This is real.

John Shartzer (David) and Matt Bowdren (Benjamin)

Photo by Tim Fuller

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