Matt Bowdren, foreground, with David Greenwood, left, Cynthia Meier and Joseph McGrath appear in Rogue Theatre’s “Awake and Sing,” Clifford Odets’ 1935 play about a Depression-era family.
“I know she is going to miss this house,” says Suzy O’Brien, Ronstadt’s sister.
Joseph McGrath, left, as Duke Vincentio and Connor Foster as Claudio in “Measure by Measure.”
James T. Alfred as Martin Luther King, Jr., and Erika LaVonn as Camae bring a passionate and realistic tone to Arizona Theatre Company’s “The Mountaintop.”
Joseph McGrath, left, and Elijah Renteria in The Rogue Theatre's production of "Richard III."
Peter Van Norden, left, and David Green in Arizona Theatre Company’s The Sunshine Boys.
Harold and Maedell Dixon, who are married, portray John and Mary in "First Kisses."
Jenna Johnson as Odile, left, the deceptive black swan, and as Odette, right, in Ballet Tucson's "Swan Lake," which will be staged Saturday and Sunday at Centennial Hall.
Allan Glassman will perform the title role in all seven of Arizona Opera's "Otello" productions. This is unusual, as the lead roles are usually double-cast.
Othalie Graham as the princess, Turandot, and Antonio Nagore as Calaf, the prince.
Suzanne Bouchard, Anna Bullard and Steve Hendrickson in Arizona Theatre Company's "Ten Chimneys."
Sarah Jane McMahon is Mabel, Frederic's newfound love interest.
Dwayne Palmer (with book), Terry Erbe and Roberto Guajardo in Invisible Theatre's "Moonlight and Magnolias."
Dwayne Palmer and Carrie Hill in Invisible Theatre's "Iron Kisses." The subject of family has long occupied playwright James Still.
Rhoslyn Jones as Musetta and Jason Budd as Alcindoro in Arizona Opera's "La Boheme." Jones, playing opposite Elaine Alvarez, says Musetta "has to be a contrast to Mimi in every way. She needs to be opposite - loud and boisterous, jealous, passionate."