Season Preview 2012 13: Production Schedules for the Coming Season at TCG Theatres Coast-to-Coast

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Season Preview 2012 13: Production Schedules for the Coming Season at TCG Theatres Coast-to-Coast


ALABAMA

Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Montgomery, (334) 271-5353, www.asf.net

Season TBA

ALASKA

Cyrano's Theatre Company, Anchorage, (907) 274-2599, www.cyranos.org

American Night: The Ballad of Juan Jose, Richard Montoya; dir: Dick Reichman. Thru Oct 7.

Bruckner's Last Finale, Dick Reichman (also dir). Oct 19-Nov 11.

Freud's Last Session, Mark St. Germain. Jan 4-27.

Dead Man's Cell Phone, Sarah Ruhl. Mar 22-Apr 14.

Red, John Logan; din Elizabeth Ware. Apr 26-May 18.

The Audition, Dick Reichman (also dir). May 31-Jun 30.

Potted Potter, Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner. Jul 12-Aug 11.

Miss Weatherspoon, Christopher Durang; dir: Krista Schwarting. Aug 23-Sep 15.

Running, Arlitia Jones; dir: Carrie Yanagawa. Sep 27-Oct 20.

Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, www.fstalaska.org

Campaign, dir: Tom Robenolt. Oct 5-21.

Sleepless Night, dir: Bruce Rogers. Oct 26-31.

Our Town, Thornton Wilder; dir: Ray Parshall. Nov 22-Dec 9.

Perseverance Theatre, Douglas, (907) 463-tixs, www.perseverancetheatre.org

Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck; dir: Art Rotch. Thru Nov 4.

Oklahoma!, book: Oscar Hammerstein II; music: Richard Rodgers; dir: Shona Strauser. Nov 4-Dec 9.

Betrayal, Pinter; dir: Bostin Christopher. Jan 6-Feb 3.

Bigfoot and Other Lost Souls: a musical fable, Mark Hollmann, Adrien Royce; dir: Elizabeth Lucas. Jan 24-Feb 3.

Seminar, Theresa Rebeck; dir: Cynthia Croot. Mar 3-31.

Betrayal, Pinter; dir: Bostin Christopher. Apr 11-21.

the road weeps, the well runs dry, Marcus Gardley; dir: Lydia Fort. Apr 28-May 26.

ARIZONA

Actors Theatre of Phoenix, (602) 252-8497, www.actorstheatrephx.org

The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, Mike Daisey; dir: Matthew Wiener. Thru Oct 7.

Opus, Michael Hollinger; dir: Robert Kolby Harper. Nov 2-18.

The Fox on the Fairway, Ken Ludwig; dir: Matthew Wiener. Jan 25-Feb 10.

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A Steady Rain, Keith Huff; dir: Anthony Runfola. Mar 22-Apr 7.

Good People, David Lindsay-Abaire; dir: Matthew Wiener. May 3-19.

Arizona Theatre Company, Tucson, (520) 622-2823, www.arizonatheatre.org

Next to Normal, book and lyrics: Brian Yorkey; music: Tom Kitt; dir: David Ira Goldstein. Thru Oct 28. Co-production with San Jose Repertory Theatre, CA.

Lombardi, Eric Simonson; dir: Casey Stangl. Oct 20-Dec 2. Co-production with Cleveland Play House, OH.

Emma, adapt, music and lyrics: Paul Gordon from Jane Austen; dir: David Ira Goldstein, Stephen Wrentmore. Dec 1-Jan 20.

Freud's Last Session, Mark St. Germain; dir: Stephen Wrentmore. Jan 19-Mar 3. Co-production with San Jose Repertory Theatre, CA.

The Sunshine Boys, Neil Simon; dir: David Ira Goldstein. Mar 2-Apr 14.

Clybourne Park, Bruce Norris; dir: Mark Clements. Apr 6-May 19. Co-production with Milwaukee Repertory Theater, WI.

Borderlands Theater, Tucson, (520) 882-7406, www.borderlandstheater.org

Bruja, Luis Mara; dir: Eva Tessler. Thru Apr 14.

Guapa, Caridad Svich; dir: Barclay Goldsmith. Oct 4-21.

A Tucson Pastorela, Pastorela Ghost Writers; dir: Eva Tessler. Dec 20-23.

Childsplay, Inc, Tempe, (480) 350-2822, www.childsplayaz.org

Rock Paper Scissors (Steen Papier Schaar), Corey Madden, Laural Meade. Oct 6-14.

The Giver, Eric Coble; dir: Andy Alcala. Oct 21-Nov 11.

Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells!, Allison Gregory; dir: David Saar. Nov 25-Dec 23.

Click Clack Moo: Cows That Type, James Grote, George Howe. Jan 20-Mar 3.

Boats, Finegan Kruckemeyer. Mar 30-31.

Recipe for Disaster!, Barry Kornhauser; dir: David Saar. Apr 6-14.

A Wrinkle in Time, John Clore; dir: Dwyane Hartford. …

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