Invisible Theatre's 2013-14 season mixes a little music, a touch of mystery and even a miracle.
It is also staging a play by a comic master, Charles Busch. and another about a comic master, Buddy Hackett.
The company's just-announced line up:
• "The Letters" - Sept. 10-22. The John W. Lowell play is a suspense set in 1930s Russia.
• "Miracle on South Division Street" - Nov. 12-24. A comedy about visions, deathbed confessions and mayhem. By Tom Dudzick.
• "Good Rockin' Live!" - Jan. 11-12. Tucson's Robert Shaw concert relives the early days of rock 'n' roll.
• "Dead Guilty" - Feb. 4-23. The Richard Harris mystery is a study of guilt and obsession.
• "Buddy" - March 8-9. Buddy Hackett's son, Sandy Hackett, wrote this play about his comedian father, who died in 2003.
• "Olive and the Bitter Herbs" - April 15-May 4. Charles Busch, the master of outrageous and funny, penned this play about a New York actress who comes across a ghost in her mirror. But she has oh, so many more problems beyond that.
Season tickets are $132 until May 31. After that, the price goes up to $160.
They are available at invisibletheatre.com or 882-9721.