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National Theatre Company Award

 

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Our Tenth Season
2014–2015
Retrospective

 


 

Awake and Sing
September 2014

One of Rogue’s finest productions ever!
The atmosphere created by the costumes, stage set and lighting
equal the impact of the actors in this exceptional production!

—Chuck Graham, Reviewer

Matt Bowdren as Ralph Berger

Matt Bowdren as Ralph Berger

 

Ryan Parker Knox as Moe Axelrod and Marissa Garcia as Hennie Berger

Ryan Parker Knox as Moe Axelrod and Marissa Garcia as Hennie Berger

 

David Greenwood as Jacob and Ryan Parker Knox as Moe Axelrod

David Greenwood as Jacob and Ryan Parker Knox as Moe Axelrod

 

Cynthia Meier as Bessie Berger,  Terry Erbe as Uncle Morty, Joseph McGrath as Myron Berger, Ryan Parker Knox as Moe Axelrod, Steve McKee as Sam Feinschreiber, Matt Bowdren as Ralph Berger and Marissa Garcia as Hennie Berger

Cynthia Meier as Bessie Berger, Terry Erbe as Uncle Morty, Joseph McGrath as Myron Berger,
Ryan Parker Knox as Moe Axelrod, Steve McKee as Sam Feinschreiber, Matt Bowdren as Ralph Berger
and Marissa Garcia as Hennie Berger

Photos by Tim Fuller
Lighting design by Don Fox

Complete information on Awake and Sing


 

Jerusalem
November 2014

Jerusalem reminds us of the primal forces of mystical places, the taming effects of civilization,
and most of all, of the ravages of time on our dreams.

—Dave Irwin, TucsonSentinel.com

 

Sara Mirasola as Phaedra and Joseph McGrath as Johnny 'Rooster' Byron

Sara Mirasola as Phaedra and Joseph McGrath as Johnny ‘Rooster’ Byron

 

The Rave: Gabriella De Brequet, Holly Griffith, Jake Sorgen, Connor Foster, Nathan Oppenheimer, David Greenwood, Ryan Parker Knox and Joseph McGrath

The Rave

 

Joseph McGrath as Johnny 'Rooster' Byron

Joseph McGrath as Johnny ‘Rooster’ Byron

 

Connor Foster as Davey, Nathan Oppenheimer as Lee, Joseph McGrath as Johnnie 'Rooster' Byron and Ryan Parker Knox as Ginger

Connor Foster as Davey, Nathan Oppenheimer as Lee, Joseph McGrath as Johnny ‘Rooster’ Byron
and Ryan Parker Knox as Ginger

Photos by Tim Fuller

Complete information on Jerusalem

 

Waiting for Godot
January 2015

The actors, all, handled the nuances, silences, and cadences of Beckett’s language,
and embraced every aspect of their roles.

—Laura K., Audience Member

 

Joseph McGrath as Vladimir and Matt Bowdren as Estragon

Joseph McGrath as Vladimir and Matt Bowdren as Estragon

 

Joseph McGrath as Vladimir and Matt Bowdren as Estragon

Joseph McGrath as Vladimir and Matt Bowdren as Estragon

 

Joseph McGrath as Vladimir, Matt Bowdren as Estragon, David Morden as Pozzo and David Greenwood as Lucky

Joseph McGrath as Vladimir, Matt Bowdren as Estragon, David Morden as Pozzo and David Greenwood as Lucky

 

Adam Taner Harris as the Boy, Matt Bowdren as Estragon and Joseph McGrath as Vladimir

Adam Taner Harris as the Boy, Matt Bowdren as Estragon and Joseph McGrath as Vladimir

 

David Morden as Pozzo and David Greenwood as Lucky

David Morden as Pozzo and David Greenwood as Lucky

Photos by Tim Fuller

Complete information on Waiting for Godot

 

 

The Lady in the Looking Glass
February–March 2015

“A richly sensual experience like no other The Rogue Theatre has produced.”
        —Chuck Graham, TucsonStage.com

“Listening to Virginia Woolf’s words—spoken with feeling and subtlety and power—
is a rare, luscious experience. Woolf at The Rogue soars.”
        —Kelly Hardesty, Audience Member

Rogue Theatre Woolf production is ‘magic’”
        —Anna Mae Ludlum, Arizona Daily Wildcat


Congratulations to Cynthia Meier for a brilliant adaptation,
Joe McGrath for his quality direction, and the cast—all of whom were stellar.”
        —Shawn Burke, Audience Member

The Rogue Theatre is gracing us with a real treat.”
        —Sherilyn Forrester, Tucson Weekly

 

Patty Gallagher

Patty Gallagher

 

Cynthia Meier and Ryan Parker Knox

Cynthia Meier and Ryan Parker Knox

 

Kathryn Kellner Brown and Holly Griffith

Kathryn Kellner Brown and Holly Griffith

 

Patty Gallagher, Ryan Parker Knox, Charles Zoll, Cynthia Meier and Cynthia Jeffery

Patty Gallagher, Ryan Parker Knox, Charles Zoll, Cynthia Meier and Cynthia Jeffery

Photos by Tim Fuller

Complete information on The Lady in the Looking Glass

 

 

The Merchant of Venice
April–May 2015

“Rogue finds the charm and liveliness in Shakespeare’s comedy.”
        —Tucson Weekly

“This Merchant of Venice comes alive with meaning.”
        —tucsonstage.com

“Gail and I believe you have achieved the best Shakespeare production in our—some years’—experience of The Rogue. Thank you for a memorable "Merchant."”
        —Bill Eifrig, Audience Member

“Joe McGrath was so good that I’ll never be able to think of anyone else playing the role. He epitomized the pain and the deep anger of Shylock.”
        —Tomas DeMoss, Audience Member

“Portia is played quite beautifully by Gallagher.”
        —Tucson Weekly

“Lancelet Gobbo’s monologue about whether he should stay with or leave his master is truly brilliant;
at once hilarious and heart-rending.”
        —Aaron Archer, Audience Member

The Courtroom

The Courtroom

 

Patty Gallagher as Portia and Holly Griffith as Nerissa

Patty Gallagher as Portia and Holly Griffith as Nerissa

 

 

Holly Griffith as Nerissa, Patty Gallagher as Portia, and David Greenwood and Zackary Sinex as the Prince of Arragon and his train

Holly Griffith as Nerissa, Patty Gallagher as Portia, and David Greenwood and Zackary Sinex as the Prince of Arragon and his train

 

Adam Taner Harris as Lorenzo and Heather Meza as Jessica

Adam Taner Harris as Lorenzo and Heather Meza as Jessica

Photos by Tim Fuller

Complete information on The Merchant of Venice

 


 

 

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