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In the Mezzanine Theatre

 

The Anthropologists present No Pants in Tucson

 

No Pants In Tucson is a subversive comedy propelled by America’s obsession with regulating the female body. Drawing upon archaic state laws from the 19th and 20th centuries that made it illegal for women to wear pants in public, The Anthropologists’ newest devised play dares to calculate the costs of gender-oppression today. With a creative and producing team of women, non-binary and transgender artists, we excavate historical newspaper articles, legal text and photographic archives to unmask the real lives impacted by these archaic laws.

Written & Directed by Melissa Moschitto
Lead Deviser: Mariah Freda
Ensemble: April J. Barber, Mariah Freda, Kian J. Johnson, Marissa Joyce Stamps
Costume and Scenic Design: Irina Kuraeva
Sound Design: Erica Huang
Lighting Design: Moneé Stamp

For more information please visit: https://www.theanthropologists.org/nopants

For tickets: https://www.onthestage.tickets/show/the-anthropologists/no-pants-in-tuscon-33764/tickets


In the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre 

 

Theater Breaking Through Barriers presents Brecht on Brecht

October 19-November 20, 2021

Brecht on Brecht celebrates one of the 20th century’s greatest and most prolific playwrights with a stunning, kaleidoscopic, 90-minute revue of his life’s work. Featuring poems, stories & scenes by Brecht and songs by Kurt Weill & Hans Eisler Brecht on Brecht explores the political and social issues he faced throughout his life, as an artist fleeing the Nazi Regime and as an exile, ultimately landing in America. Originally produced by TBTB just months after 9/11, Brecht On Brecht hauntingly mirrored our feelings during that time in the world. 20 years later, Brecht’s words once again resound with pitch-perfect clarity, echoing all we are experiencing in our world today – and offering guidance and hope for these uncertain times.

Written by Bertold Brecht and arranged by George Tabori
Directed by Nicholas Viselli

Musical Director Dionne McClain-Freeney

For more information please visit: http://www.tbtb.org

For tickets: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/1079608