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Gaslight Theatre

Gaslight’s ‘Ghostblasters’ is no bust

Gaslight’s ‘Ghostblasters’ is no bust

The original 1984 movie was funny, but can the local troupe top it in the laughs department? You be the judge

June 19, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Surf's up in latest Gaslight show

Surf's up in latest Gaslight show

April 10, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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What's ahead

What's ahead

1. Tuesdays-Sundays

March 13, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Two with Ariz. ties finalists for Doritos Super Bowl contest

Two with Ariz. ties finalists for Doritos Super Bowl contest

Two men with Arizona ties are finalists for a $1 million cash prize and the chance to have their homemade Doritos commercials aired during the Super Bowl.

January 17, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Get caught in 'Spider-Guy's' web of corn, guffaws, music

Get caught in 'Spider-Guy's' web of corn, guffaws, music

Jake Chapman is Billy Baker/Spider Guy and Tarreyn Van Slyke is Mary Lou Peterson in The Gaslight Theatre's "The Incredible Spider-Guy."

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Get caught in 'Spider-Guy's' web of corn, guffaws, music

Get caught in 'Spider-Guy's' web of corn, guffaws, music

It was 108 degrees outside on a recent Sunday. Inside The Gaslight Theatre, the air is cool as the band warms up the audience with "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini." Really now, how could you refuse such an event?

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Gaslight Theatre's "Arizona Smith & the Relic of Doom" reprise still silly, packed with puns

Gaslight Theatre's "Arizona Smith & the Relic of Doom" reprise still silly, packed with puns

Todd Thompson, left, as evil Colonel Heimlich and Mike Yarema in the title role of the Gaslight Theatre's "Arizona Smith & the Relic of Doom."

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35 years of music, puns, guffaws

35 years of music, puns, guffaws

Mike Yarema, right, who plays stagehand Buquet and the mysterious Persian in the Gaslight Theatre's current show, "The Phantom of the Opera," finishes his stage makeup backstage before a recent performance.

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35 years of music, puns, guffaws

35 years of music, puns, guffaws

Rodolfo Perez, left, and Israel Morales, churn out burgers, fries and other malt-shop favorites at Little Anthony's Diner, which is next to the Gaslight Theatre.

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35 years of music, puns, guffaws

35 years of music, puns, guffaws

Claude Davis of the Gaslight Print Shop flips through a stack of tabletop ads. The shop got its start as a way to cut the cost of printing menus and programs.

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35 years of music, puns, guffaws

35 years of music, puns, guffaws

Tony Terry, in his office in the Gaslight Theatre, sought to start a theater and make people laugh. Thirty-five years later, the often sold-out theater is filled with audience laughter.

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35 years of music, puns, guffaws

35 years of music, puns, guffaws

General manager Becky Gilmour lowers a curtain before a performance of "The Phantom of the Opera." "I come to work with a smile. I honestly can't wait to come to work," she says.

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35 years of music, puns, guffaws

35 years of music, puns, guffaws

Would-be Blues Brothers

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35 years of music, puns, guffaws

35 years of music, puns, guffaws

Gaslight Theatre was supposed to be a simple dream based on a simple premise: Start a theater, make people laugh. And founder Tony Terry did that, first in a circus tent in the summer of 1977 in faraway Skagway, Alaska, then back home in Tucson.

October 18, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Lamp isn't only magic in 'Aladdin'

Lamp isn't only magic in 'Aladdin'

There were parts for all the 60 youngsters ages 6 to 16 who took part in the Gaslight Youth Theatre eight-performance production of "Aladdin and His Wonderful Magical Lamp."

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Lamp isn't only magic in 'Aladdin'

Lamp isn't only magic in 'Aladdin'

Costume designer Maria Fontana helps her son Bryce, who played Chop Chop, with his costume. Fontana was responsible for all the costuming for the show and made many of the costumes herself.

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Lamp isn't only magic in 'Aladdin'

Lamp isn't only magic in 'Aladdin'

Makeup is an important part of any theatrical production, and "Aladdin and His Wonderful Magical Lamp," with its Arabian setting, is no exception.

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Lamp isn't only magic in 'Aladdin'

Lamp isn't only magic in 'Aladdin'

Gino Cocchi shows the magic lamp to, from left, Maria Nelson as Lela, Jessica Ryan as Mother and Hana Hayes as Neela.

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Lamp isn't only magic in 'Aladdin'

Lamp isn't only magic in 'Aladdin'

Maggie Schepelmann as Princess Jasmine watches Jacob Walters as Jaffar, who has taken Aladdin's lamp from her in "Aladdin and His Wonderful Magical Lamp."

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