Invisible Theatre announces upcoming season lineup - Tucson News Now

Invisible Theatre announces upcoming season lineup

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A local theater that showcases local professional talent and guest artists has announced the lineup for its 2013-2014 season.

The Invisible Theatre, located on First Avenue and Drachman Street, welcomes its 43rd Anniversary season with a lineup of off-Broadway comedies, award-winning political thrillers, mysteries and a salute to rock and roll.

"I can't think of a more exciting, diverse lineup of plays, actors and directors to celebrate Invisible Theatre's mission of bringing quality theatre experiences in an intimate setting to all facets of the community," said Invisible Theatre's Managing Artistic Director, Susan Claassen. "Each of our selections will provide you with unforgettable moments that will thrill, inspire, delight and engage you like never before!"

Claassen said The Invisible Theatre got its name from the invisible energy that flows between performers and an audience that makes the magic of theatre.

Season tickets for six shows are available for $132, a $50 savings over individual prices.  The offer is valid until May 31. 

For season tickets and for more information on the theater, visit invisibletheatre.com or call (520) 882-9721.

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