A SEX AND THE SECOND CITY VERSION 2.0
Co-written by Kirt Hanley and Maribeth Monroe
Directed BJ Jones
Presented by the Arizona Theatre Company
The State Theatre
Warning: May make you tweet, poke, and LOL at romance in the digital age
March 23-27, 2011
Hide the kiddies, cage the pets and stock up on the laughing gas…they’re back! Last season The Second City had Arizonans laughing so hard at ourselves we were gasping for breath (…or was that an ozone alert?), falling out of our chairs (…or were those the monsoon winds?) and splitting our sides (…or were we just left out in the sun too long?) From the comedy empire that gave us such comedy giants as Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Sephen Colbert, Bill Murray, John Belushi, Gilda Radner and a whole slew of others, comes a new romp about the search for love in the digital age. Whether you’ve been poked, winked or tweeted- or even found love the (gasp) old-fashioned way- you’ll LOL at the hilarious look at the technology that was supposed to make our love lives so much easier, but only made it that much more complicated. Featuring a virtual appearance by Fred Willard!
Contains mature language and content
March 23-27, 2011
Temple of Music and Art. 330 South Scott Avenue, downtown Tucson
Tickets start at $30. Group of eight or more save at least 20%
Free Grants & Programs Workshops The Arizona Humanities Council invites you to attend our upcoming Grants & Program Workshops. The workshops are free of charge, and open to anyone interested in learning more about the Arizona Humanities Council, its available resources, or how to write a competitive AHC grant proposal.
When: Tuesday, February 22, 2011 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Where: Arizona History Museum 949 E. 2nd Street., Tucson , AZ 85719 and Tuesday, March 8, 2011 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. When: Where: Tempe Historical Museum 809 E. Southern Ave., Tempe , AZ 85282 (1)
Internet for Artists Weekend Workshop March 24th 25th 26th. Using the Internet to build community, promote your work and increase administrative effectiveness. Application deadline: February 24th 2011. TPAC is pleased to present a professional development opportunity for Southern Arizona Artists with the nationally acclaimed Creative Capital Foundation. The workshop is designed to help participants expand their online presence and learn to harness the power of Internet tools such as social networking and media sharing sites, e-commerce, promotional websites, and blogs. Beginning with an overview of Internet terminology and applications, the workshop will explore how these resources can be used to build audience, expand community, amplify marketing and extend administrative resources. To apply download the application from the TPAC website http://www.tucsonpimaartscouncil.org. For more information contact Grants Manager, Leia Maahs at 520-624-0595 ext. 18.