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TUCSON SEASON AT THE TEMPLE OF MUSIC AND ART


FORTY–SIX YEARS OF AWARD WINNING THEATRE

“MAGNIFICENT... NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE, I SUGGEST A ROAD TRIP.” –WALL STREET JOURNAL

“A STAGE FULL OF EXCEPTIONAL  TALENT.” –ARIZONA DAILY STAR

BE A PART OF OUR EXCITING NEW SEASON

Dear Friends, In the 2012–2013 season, my twenty-first as Artistic Director of Arizona’s leading theatre company, we’ll create a wealth of award-winning plays brought to life by the most accomplished directors, actors, designers and artisans working in the professional theatre today. Our 46th season promises to shine as one of ATC’s best and most entertaining. Prepare to be moved, entertained and transformed as you take part in six extraordinary live performances at Arizona Theatre Company. David Ira Goldstein Artistic Director

Season Sponsors I. Michael and Beth Kasser


WINNER OF THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA AND THREE TONY AWARDS, INCLUDING BEST MUSICAL SCORE SEPTEMBER 15 –OCTOBER 6, 2012

“I AM THE ONE WHO KNOWS YOU,  I AM THE ONE WHO CARES.”

This groundbreaking and award-winning musical explores how one suburban family copes with crisis. With a thrilling contemporary score, Next BOOK AND LYRICS BY BRIAN YORKEY

MUSIC BY TOM KITT

to Normal is an intense, emotional powerhouse of a musical that aims right for the heart with its story of a family coming to terms with its past and bravely facing its future. ATC will mount the highly anticipated Southwest premiere follow-

DIRECTED BY DAVID IRA GOLDSTEIN ATC ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

ing its long Broadway run. Contains mature themes and language. THE NEW YORK TIMES CALLS NEXT TO NORMAL “A BRAVE, BREATHTAKING MUSICAL” AND ROLLING STONE SAID IT “PUSHES BROADWAY IN NEW DIRECTIONS.”

Production Sponsor


A NEW AMERICAN PLAY OCTOBER 20–NOVEMBER 10, 2012

“I KNOW LOSING IS A PART OF LIFE. DOESN’T MEAN I HAVE TO LIKE IT.”

Football’s Super Bowl trophy is named for the legendary coach of the Green Bay Packers. Few people, however, know the real story of Vince BY ERIC SIMONSON TONY-NOMINATED PLAYWRIGHT AND ACADEMY AWARD-WINNING SCREENWRITER

Lombardi the man—his inspirations, his passions and his ability to drive people to achieve more than they ever thought possible. Based on David Maraniss’ book When Pride Still Mattered—A

DIRECTED BY CASEY STANGL

Life of Vince Lombardi, this hit Broadway play explores Lombardi’s relationship with his wife, Marie, and three of his legendary players during a pivotal week in 1965. Lombardi is the stirring human tale of the man behind the myth who stalked the sidelines. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL CALLS LOMBARDI “AN EXTREMELY WELL-CRAFTED PIECE OF INTELLIGENT THEATRE” AND ABC NEWS SAYS “YOU DON’T NEED TO BE A FOOTBALL FAN TO ENJOY LOMBARDI.”


A SUMPTUOUS NEW ROMANTIC MUSICAL COMEDY DECEMBER 1–DECEMBER 22, 2012

“I HAVE BEEN PROVEN  UNIVERSALLY MISTAKEN. AND EVEN WORSE... I HAVE DONE MISCHIEF.”

One of Jane Austen’s most enchanting heroines comes to life in this lavish new large-scale musical from Paul Gordon, the Tony AwardBY PAUL GORDON TONY AWARD NOMINEE

nominated composer of Daddy Long Legs and Jane Eyre. Emma Woodhouse firmly believes herself to be a most talented matchmaker, so she chooses her hapless friend Harriet as her next project. Yet despite Emma’s obsession with romance she remains clueless to the true desires of her own heart. Her meddling leads to a whirlwind of comic complications and, of course, true love.

Emma ^ JANE AUSTEN’S

“A GEM OF AN EMMA.” —UNION TRIBUNE

Production Sponsor Shirley Estes


OFF-BROADWAY’S LONG-RUNNING SENSATION JANUARY 19–FEBRUARY 9, 2013

“THINGS ARE SIMPLE ONLY WHEN YOU CHOOSE NOT TO EXAMINE THEM.”

Psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud pioneered the Id, the Ego and the Superego. Writer C.S. Lewis created The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. BY MARK ST. GERMAIN SUGGESTED BY THE QUESTION OF GOD BY ARMAND M. NICHOLI, JR.

DIRECTED BY STEPHEN WRENTMORE ATC ASSOCIATE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Two men, both brilliant, yet vastly different: Freud the atheist, Lewis the believer. They meet in 1939 as England goes to war against the Nazis. Their evening of electrifying conversation about God, love, sex, and the meaning of life will spark controversy long after the show is over. Freud’s Last Session has been drawing record-breaking crowds for over two years in New York. “DELIGHTFUL! A BRAINY FENCING MATCH OF OLYMPIC CALIBER!” —JOHN SIMON, BLOOMBERG NEWS


A TOUCHING COMEDY FROM ONE OF AMERICAN THEATRE’S MOST ACCLAIMED AND CHERISHED PLAYWRIGHTS MARCH 2–MARCH 23, 2013

“MY WHOLE EVENING’S  GONNA BE  TAKEN UP TONIGHT WITH NOTHING BUT LAUGHING.”

Lewis and Clark were the kings of comedy—it’s a shame they can’t stand each other! Al Lewis and Willie Clark kept audiences in stitches for

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decades, but now estranged for eleven years, they agree to reunite for one last TV performance. But can they get through their most famous sketch one last time without killing one another? Recon-

DIRECTED BY DAVID IRA GOLDSTEIN ATC ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

ciliation and friendship battle grudges and resentment in Neil Simon’s comic masterpiece about growing old. “…AN AFFECTIONATE, CONVULSINGLY FUNNY, TOUCHING COMEDY; ONE OF THE BEST PLAYS OF NEIL SIMON’S PHENOMENAL CAREER.” —VARIETY

Production Sponsors James and Dolly Moran


WINNER OF THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA APRIL 6–APRIL 27, 2013

“THE HISTORY OF AMERICA IS THE HISTORY OF PRIVATE PROPERTY.”

Home is where the heart—and history—is. Jokes fly and hidden agendas unfold as two vastly different generations of characters tip-toe the BY BRUCE NORRIS PULITZER PRIZE-WINNER

DIRECTED BY MARK CLEMENTS OLIVIER AWARDNOMINATED AND BARRYMORE AWARD-WINNING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF MILWAUKEE REPERTORY THEATER

delicate dance of social politics. Pitting race against real estate, two seminal events—50 years apart—are at the crux of the conflict in the same north Chicago house. This rich and lightning quick 2011 Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy is every bit as provocative as it is entertaining as it cleverly spins the events of A Raisin in the Sun into an unforgettable new story about race and real estate in America. Contains mature themes and language. THE NEW YORK TIMES CALLED CLYBOURNE PARK A “SHARP-WITTED, SHARP-TOOTHED COMEDY OF AMERICAN UNEASINESS” THAT IS “FUNNY AND STIMULATING.”


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Each season, over 12,000 students across 100 schools in eight Arizona counties are introduced to professional theatre through our education programs. “I DISCOVERED A WHOLE NEW WAY OF LOOKING AT THE WORLD.” —STUDENT AGE 17, MOUNTAIN RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

Education and community outreach are at the core of ATC’s mission. Your support ensures we are as vibrant in the community as we are onstage. This season, ATC will engage over 12,000 students with live professional theatre performances and serve our community with over 1400 hours of pre- and post-performance workshops that meet Arizona state curriculum standards.  Additionally, we will offer more than 240 audience talkbacks, post-show discussions and community engagement opportunities with our professional creative artists. Join our closest friends and family by contributing to ATC today. In gratitude, you may receive benefits such as recognition in our playbill, complimentary parking, waived handling fees, private VIP backstage tours and opportunities to interact with our guest artists. Call (520) 884-8210 for more information or visit our Support ATC page at www.arizonatheatre.org.

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PICK FROM SOME OF THE BEST SEATS IN THE HOUSE!

A PLACE WHERE HISTORY, CULTURE, AND THE ARTS ALL MEET.

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ATC AT THE HISTORIC TEMPLE OF MUSIC AND ART

TEMPLE OF MUSIC AND ART SEATING The Temple of Music and Art, located in historic downtown Tucson, is a beautifully refurbished 1927 theatre, built in the Spanish Colonial style that flavors so much of our city. Its graceful courtyard is a wonderful place to gather before or after the show. For an extra treat, enjoy creative light fare at The Temple Lounge facing the courtyard. Inside, the intimate 627-seat theatre promises a great view from every location. No seat is more than 66 feet from the stage. You’ll be close enough to feel the electricity between actor and audience, ensuring you the totally unique, “anything can happen” experience that is live theatre. N

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BROCHURE DESIGN BY OBERLANDER GROUP; INSIDE SPREAD: THE COMPANY OF HAIR (2008-2009 SEASON). PHOTO BY TIM FULLER/ATC. STEVE HENDRICKSON AND SUZANNE BOUCHARD IN THE WORLD PREMIERE OF TEN CHIMNEYS (2010-2011 SEASON). PHOTO BY TIM FULLER/ATC.

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ATC's 2012-2013 Tucson Season  

Arizona Theatre Company's 2012-2013 Tucson Season at the Temple of Music and Art

ATC's 2012-2013 Tucson Season  

Arizona Theatre Company's 2012-2013 Tucson Season at the Temple of Music and Art

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