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Roadrunner Theater

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DAVID S wrote a review Jun 2018
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What a great production of "Blithe Spirit" for such a small theater. The actors were very professional and did a jolly good job with the British accents. We are theater goers and have tried most of the venues around town but this little theater bowled us over. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and will come back again. My only suggestion is: keep the play length to a couple of hours.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Carol J wrote a review Mar 2018
Tucson, Arizona1159 contributions86 helpful votes
Went here for the first time to see "I Hate Hamlet". The theater is very small so you are right there with the actors as they perform. The performers were amazing! I highly recommend a night out at this theater!
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Date of experience: March 2018
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F7378OQanonymous wrote a review Jan 2018
Mitchell, South Dakota3 contributions1 helpful vote
Just saw Sex Please, We're Sixty. The performers all did an excellent job with their roles, and I love this little theater. Such an almost personal experience. I hope the theater can continue to grow and entertain in Tucson.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Dancingspirit9 wrote a review Oct 2017
Tucson, Arizona453 contributions144 helpful votes
I love theatre. When I lived back East, I went to Broadway, Off-Broadway and regional theatre, probably twenty times a year. I thought I would miss that when I moved to Tucson, but this little theatre in a strip mall blew me away. The play I saw was “Peter Grimm’s Gift”, about a ghost coming back to undo an error made in life, a seemingly preposterous plot. The casting, direction and acting was so superb, my disbelief was suspended the entire time, so much that the ending brought real tears to my eyes. Bravo! There was a cast of ten, large for a small venue, but it avoided that awkward gambit of having an actor play multiple roles. Unfortunately, the night I was there, they outnumbered the audience due to a large community event that diverted the potential attendance. The cast rose to the situation and put on the show with the enthusiasm and professionalism due a large audience. I wish there were more hands to applaud them at the end. I will be doing all I can to see to that by spreading the word.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Terry S wrote a review Sep 2017
Green Valley, Arizona1345 contributions256 helpful votes
We went along to watch the production of 'Go Dog Go' with our four-year old twin grandkids. They loved it. This is a non-profit neighborhood theater on the far east side of Tucson. This matinee production on a Saturday afternoon was based on a children's book, and it thoroughly entertained the youngsters in the audience. The actors were gracious afterwards, meeting with the audience and posing for photos.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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