Barbara Atwood's THREE LONELY PLAYS and Jonathan A. J. Northover
's A DAY AT THE PARK explore unique, sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking ways in which we combat the desperate human need to connect with one another.
In «Headlines,» four subway riders find themselves more interested in tabloid stories than they'd like to admit in public.
«World of Love» is a cautionary tale from Tinder and in «Neshama,» Naomi and her husband Harold ponder the existence of the soul… of their deceased cat.
In Jonathan's A DAY AT THE PARK, an elderly couple grapples with a secret from their past and hope it will bring them some peace in the end.
This show is the last in Live Theatre Workshop's 2017-18 Etcetera Late-Night Series, which is produced by Maryann Green
. Etcetera offers new and seasoned, local theatre artists the opportunity to create original performances that reflect the variety of Tucson’s culture and population, with the goal of unifying all of us through shared experiences.
Live Theatre Workshop produces inclusive, accessible and affordable professional theatre and theatre education that entertains, educates and enlightens children, adults, and families. Because art has the power to transform people and communities, LTW uses the performing arts to make a difference and pass on a passion for theatre to the next generation. LTW is a nonprofit 501©3 organization supported by grants and generous people who appreciate LTW’s Mainstage plays, Family Series productions, Etcetera Late-Night productions, and year-round theatre education for youth.