Celia, A Slave @ The Rogue Theatre, Tucson [from 7 to 21 September]

Celia, A Slave


78
7 - 21
September
19:30 - 19:30

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The Rogue Theatre
300 E University Blvd Suite 150, In the Historic Y, Tucson, Arizona 85705
Winner of the prestigious 2015 Yale Drama Series playwrighting competition, and written by local playwright Barbara Seyda.

Based on court records of an 1855 case of the killing of a slaveholder by one of his slaves that he had repeatedly raped over the course of years. An unflinching confrontation with an American original sin.

RUNS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 24th (facebook does not allow events to last more than 2 weeks). Thu-Sun. Matinee and evening performances available. Advance reservations recommended.

Directed by Cynthia Meier
Music Direction by Jake Sorgen
Choreography by Barbea Williams

Featuring: Sterling Boyns, Vicki Brown, Darwin Hall, David Greenwood, Holly Griffith, Ryan Parker Knox, T Loving, Joseph McGrath, Molly McKasson, Ida Rhem, Vaune Suitt, Luka Vonier, Destiny Wells, and Andrew Wilson.

$38 General Admission
$28 Discount Previews September 7 and 8
$15 Student rush w/ ID
Group rates available

Music preshow begins 15 minutes before curtain.
Discussion with cast and director follows all performances.

Phone: 520-551-2053
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: theroguetheatre.org

Free Parking
Wheelchair Accessible
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