2 admission tickets to any Arizona Theater Company performance
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $114 USD
- $95 USD to Live Event Bidder
- Number of Bids
- 7 - Bid History
Please enjoy two admission tickets to any performance in the ATC 2014-2015 season.
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
Written by Christopher Durang
Tucson: September 13 – October 4, 2014
Phoenix: October 9 – October 26, 2014
The hilarious winner of the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play on Broadway.
Wait Until Dark
Written by Frederick Knott
Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher
Tucson: October 18 – November 8, 2014
Phoenix: November 13 – November 30, 2014
The classic thriller about a young woman in a dangerous game that threatens all she holds dear.
“...a roller-coaster ride that leaves the audience giddy from terror.” – TheatreMania
Murder For Two
Book & Music by Joe Kinosian
Book & Lyrics by Kellen Blair
Directed by Scott Schwartz
Tucson: November 29 – December 20, 2014
Phoenix: December 31, 2014 – January 18, 2015
Two performers play all the roles – not to mention the piano – in a witty old-fashioned murder mystery.
“Ingenious! A snazzy double-act that spins out a comic mystery animated by funny, deftly turned songs.” – The New York Times
Written by Rick Cleveland
Tucson: January 10 – January 31, 2015
Phoenix: February 5 – 22, 2015
An eagerly anticipated world premiere by the Emmy Award-winning writer of The West Wing, Six Feet Under, Mad Men and House of Cards about April 27, 1994, the day that Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush and Clinton met alone.
Romeo and Juliet
Written by William Shakespeare
Tucson: February 28 – March 21, 2015
Phoenix: March 26 – April 12, 2015
ATC’s first ever production of the beloved and poetic masterpiece brings new life to the warring world of the Capulets and Montagues.
A Weekend With Pablo Picasso
Written by Herbert Siguenza
Based on the writings of Pablo Picasso
Tucson: April 4 – April 26, 2015
Phoenix: April 30 – May 17, 2015
A tour-de-force that explodes with the passion, complexity and youthful vigor of a genius responsible for some of history’s most original paintings.
“An utterly engaging portrait of an artist at work. Don’t miss it!” – SDGLN
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