ATC’s 2022/2023 Season!

Join us for a season filled with stories that traverse the intricacies and intimacies of familial and personal relationships, celebrating the spectrum of human emotion to ultimately find hope, forgiveness, redemption, and healing. 

2022-2023 Season

Pru Payne

Created by Steven Drukman

Directed by Sean Daniels

Tucson: 03/04/2023 – 03/25/2023
Phoenix: 03/30/2023 – 04/16/2023

Recipient of an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award. Written by Pulitzer Prize Nominee Steven Drukman, this ATC world premiere is a remarkable, funny, and emotional journey about the evolution of love and identity in the face of memory loss. When her memory begins to fade, esteemed critic Prudence “Pru” Payne – widely recognized as a wit, a scholar, and a public intellectual – questions preconceived notions about her identity and discovers unexpected love.

Private Lives

Created by Noël Coward

Directed by KJ Sanchez

Tucson: 04/15/2023 – 05/06/2023
Phoenix: 05/11/2023 – 05/28/2023

Can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em. Amanda and Elyot are enjoying a romantic honeymoon – just not with each other. This hilarious classic comedy filled with clever, witty barbs starts when an explosive divorced couple and their new spouses inadvertently honeymoon in adjacent rooms at the same hotel. When combustible chemistry reignites, mayhem occurs, and strong passions and stronger personalities take over. Noël Coward’s most popular and enduring comedy is a funny, tempestuous battle of equals. Director KJ Sanchez introduces new locations and time periods that add glamour and grit to Coward’s iconic, wry comedy. The first act will take place in 1931 Argentina, while the second act takes place in modern-day Uruguay.

The Legend of Georgia McBride

Created by Matthew Lopez

Directed by Meredith McDonough

Tucson: 06/03/2023 – 06/24/2023
Phoenix: 06/29/2023 – 07/16/2023

This big-hearted, fierce, music-filled comedy has been hailed as “stitch-in-your-side funny” by the New York Times. Casey, an Elvis impersonator with everything going for him, including a flashy sequin jumpsuit, suddenly loses his gig, his rent is overdue, and his wife announces a baby on the way. So, when Elvis leaves the building and a drag show moves in, “The King” transforms into an all-out queen. With some snappy zingers and dance-worthy numbers, this wildly entertaining story challenges assumptions with extraordinary humor and depth.

The Lion

Created by Benjamin Scheuer

Directed by Sean Daniels & Alex Stenhouse

Tucson: 09/24/2022 – 10/15/2022
Phoenix: 10/20/2022 – 11/06/2022

Some stories have to be sung. Arizona Theatre Company in association with Danielle Tarento presents “The Lion,” a heartwarming and powerful tour de force. This mesmerizing true story of survival reminds us that great things can come from challenging times. Max Alexander-Taylor stars in the lead role of Ben with a supporting cast of five guitars. “The Lion” is a story about courage with music about finding it. Co-Produced with Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.

The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley

Created by Lauren Gunderson & Margot Melcon

Directed by Veronika Duerr

Tucson: 11/05/2022 – 12/02/2022
Phoenix: 12/08/2022 – 12/23/2022

Boisterous sister Lydia Wickham returns front and center for this holiday season joined by her long lost husband and the home’s downstairs residents. The bustling staff find themselves amid a holiday scandal, complete with misunderstandings and shenanigans. When the festivities spiral into chaos, Lydia finds her voice in this celebration of family. Don’t miss this Jane Austen-inspired holiday show!

The Glass Menagerie

Created by Tennessee Williams

Directed by Chanel Bragg

Tucson: 01/21/2023 – 02/11/2023
Phoenix: 02/16/2023 – 03/05/2023

Amanda lives in an illusion of recapturing her faded Southern Belle glory. Her daughter Laura lives in a fantasy world of delicate glass figurines, and her son Tom dreams poetically of a world beyond the back stoop. When Tom brings home a Gentleman Caller to meet his sister, The Glass Menagerie weaves these lives into a heart-stopping dance of hopes pursued and dreams betrayed. Considered by many to be Tennessee Williams’ greatest play, The Glass Menagerie is an achingly beautiful story of longing and love that has touched generations of theatergoers with its sparkling, delicate radiance.