Tucson playwright Warren Bodow's “Deelmayker" is a coming-of-retirement-age play.
It took retirement for Warren Bodow to find a writing career
Several theaters here fall far below the national average, and one soars above it.
Stephen Sachs’ comedy “Bakersfield Mist” opened at Invisible Theatre Wednesday night.
What is art, what is real, are questions at heart of comedy
Reader comments on Republicans and Iran deal, Orange Grove widening, Truman Capote.
Actor Chuck Yates crawls into skin of his character
Truman Capote's character takes center stage
Chuck Yates stars as the author - and character - Truman Capote in the Jay Presson Allen play.
Laughs roll in the murder mystery, which the audience helps solve
Play is filled with laugh-out-loud quips and funny moments.
The average family doesn’t have a 20-foot shrine commemorating a miracle in front of their business. But who said the Nowak family was average?
Invisible Theatre's 2013-14 season mixes a little music, a touch of mystery and even a miracle.
There's no way around it: Golf is funny.
"Mesa" brings the question "are we there yet?" to life.
Jay Hornbacher, left, as Grandpa Bud and Kevin Black as Paul, who is tasked with driving Bud from Calgary to Mesa.
"Mesa" is an attempt to catch the spirit of Grandpa Bud, 93, and his generation, the playwrights say. It opens Wednesday at Invisible Theatre.
"Mesa" is particularly personal for playwright Doug Curtis and his wife and frequent collaborator, Heather Moore.