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National Theatre Company Award

 

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Once again, Rogue has made me really think about the world we live in:
how it’s changed, and, even more so, how it hasn’t.


—Pam Shack, Audience Member

ANNOUNCING OUR 2015–2016 SEASON

SEASON SPONSOR: DAVID LEWIS in memoriam

Hamlet

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

By the Bog of Cats

Miss Julie

The Bridge of San Luis Rey

Hamlet     Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead     By the Bog of Cats     Miss Julie     The Bridge of San Luis Rey

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More information about this season’s plays is below

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Tucson, Arizona 85705

 


 

William Shakespeare’s Hamlet

PRODUCTION SPONSORS: PAT & JOHN HEMANN
Additional support provided by generous gifts from Ellen & Warren Bodow, Pat & John Danloe, Norma Davenport, Robert & Rhonda Fleming, Greg & Ariana Foster, Pat & John Hemann, Meg & Peter Hovell, Ruth Kosakowsky, Jan Linn & Richard Pincus, Cheryl Lockhart, Bill & Carol Mangold, Bill & Carol Mangold, Ward & Judy Wallingford, Andy & Cammie Watson and an anonymous donor.

Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

PRODUCTION SPONSORS: JOHN & JOYCE AMBRUSTER
Additional support provided by generous gifts from John & Joyce Ambruster, Ellen & Warren Bodow, Maura Brackett, Charles Buchanan, Bill & Barbara Dantzler, Karen DeLay & Bill Sandel in memory of Lillian Fisher, Robert & Rhonda Fleming, Kristi Lewis, Karen DeLay & Bill Sandel, Katherine Smith, Ward & Judy Wallingford, John & Diane Wilson and an anonymous donor.

Hamlet

Hamlet is among the most powerful and influential tragedies in English literature, with a story capable of endless retelling and adaptation by others. Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead expands upon the exploits of two of Hamlet’s minor characters "in the wings." Presenting these two plays in rotating repertory is an exciting opportunity for Tucson audiences. The same 14-member cast is on stage for both productions and audiences can see the plays six weeks apart or on the same day.

Directed by Cynthia Meier

in Rotating Repertory
Thursdays through Sundays, October 15–November 22, 2015

Full information about Hamlet and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

 

Marina Carr’s By the Bog of Cats

PRODUCTION SPONSORS: LARRY BOUTIS & BARBARA MARTINSONS
Additional support provided by generous gifts from John & Joyce Ambruster, Bev & Bob Bechtel, Norma Davenport, Karen DeLay & Bill Sandel, Sally Gershon in memory of Bob Gershon, The Griffiths of Centerville Ohio, Meg & Peter Hovell, Kristi Lewis, Paul Winick & Ronda Lustman, Katherine Smith, Pam Shack, Andy & Cammie Watson and an anonymous donor.

By the Bog of Cats

Set on the bleak, ghostly landscape of the Bog of Cats and loosely based on Euripides’ tragedy Medea, this is the prophetic tale of Hester Swane, an Irish Traveller, who attempts to come to terms with a lifetime of abandonment.

Directed by Joseph McGrath

Thursdays through Sundays, January 7–24, 2016

 

August Strindberg’s Miss Julie

PRODUCTION SPONSOR: ANN & NILS HASSELMO
Additional support provided by generous gifts from John & Joyce Ambruster, Bill & Barbara Dantzler, David Morden, Katharina Phillips & Sheldon Trubatch, José & Jan Santiago, John Wahl & Mary Lou Forier and Ward & Judy Wallingford.

A classic story focusing on the downfall of the aristocratic Miss Julie as she rebels against the restrictions placed on her as a woman and as a member of the upper class.

Directed by Cynthia Meier

Thursdays through Sundays, February 25–March 13, 2016

Miss Julie

 

Thornton Wilder’s The Bridge of San Luis Rey

PRODUCTION SPONSOR: JOAN COOK
Additional support provided by generous gifts from Ellen & Warren Bodow, Karen DeLay & Bill Sandel, Todd Hansen & Lonny Baker, John & Pat Hemann, Meg & Peter Hovell, Lori Levine & Gary Benna, Kristi Lewis, Bill & Carol Mangold, Katharina Phillips & Sheldon Trubatch, Stu Salasche & Els Duvigneau, Katherine Smith, Paul Winick & Ronda Lustman and an anonymous donor.

The Bridge of San Luis Rey

Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel tells the story of five people who die in the collapse of an Inca rope bridge in Peru. A friar who witnesses the tragic accident investigates the lives of the victims, seeking a cosmic answer to the question of why each had to die.

Directed by Joseph McGrath

Thursdays through Sundays, April 21–May 8, 2016

 

There wasn’t a moment when we weren’t enthralled.

—Arizona Daily Star

 


 

2015–2016 Season Performances

All performances are in The Rogue Theatre in The Historic Y, 300 East University Boulevard, Tucson
Titles and dates subject to change
 

Performance/
Subscription Series

Hamlet
in rotating repertory with...

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead By the Bog
of Cats
Miss Julie The Bridge of San Lus Rey

 
1st Week of Run
Thursday, 7:30 P.M. 10/15 PREVIEW 11/5
1/7 PREVIEW 2/25 PREVIEW 4/21 PREVIEW

 
Friday, 7:30 P.M. 11/6 10/16 PREVIEW 1/8 PREVIEW 2/26 PREVIEW 4/22 PREVIEW  
Saturday, 7:30 P.M. 10/17 PREVIEW 11/7 1/9 2/27 4/23  
Sunday, 2:00 P.M. 11/8 10/18 PREVIEW 1/10 2/28
SOLD OUT
4/24
SOLD OUT
 
2nd Week of Run
Thursday, 7:30 P.M. 11/12 10/22 1/14 3/3 4/28  
Friday, 7:30 P.M. 10/23 11/13
SOLD OUT
1/15 3/4 4/29  
Saturday, 2:00 P.M. 11/7 10/31 1/16 3/5 4/30  
Saturday, 7:30 P.M. 11/14 10/24 1/16 3/5 4/30  
Sunday, 2:00 P.M. 10/25 11/15 1/17
SOLD OUT
3/6
SOLD OUT
5/1
SOLD OUT
 
3rd Week of Run
Thursday, 7:30 P.M. 10/29 11/19 1/21 3/10 5/5  
Friday, 7:30 P.M. 11/20 10/30 1/22 3/11 5/6  
Saturday, 2:00 P.M. 11/21 11/14 1/23 3/12 5/7
SOLD OUT
 
Saturday, 7:30 P.M. 10/31 11/21
SOLD OUT
1/23 3/12 5/7  
Sunday, 2:00 P.M. 11/22
SOLD OUT
11/1 1/24
SOLD OUT
3/13 5/8
SOLD OUT
 

 

 


 

Full information about prior seasons of The Rogue Theatre can be found on our Past Shows page.

 


 

 

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