Six years of C6T! Here are some wonderful articles about what we've been doing over the past six years...
Complete History of Class 6 (abridged) & A Life in the Theatre
Sylvia & How I Learned to Drive
Featured reviews from patrons:
"This was the funniest and most entertaining play we have seen so far in the past year! The actors were fantastic and we loved the whole theme of the story. It really made you think about how we react to animals and how we love our animals as well. We will remember Sylvia for a long time to come."
"Adorable premise -- great underlying message. The actress who played Sylvia was spot on with her dog-isms. :)"
"This is a delightfully funny play. All the actors do an outstanding job, but "Sylvia" really nails it!"
"witty and heartfelt. a must for dog owners!"
Worst Play Ever Contest
Attending this event was an unexpectedly challenging experience, with so many of the traditional Shakespearean male characters portrayed by tall females in pantsuits, each equipped with the indispensable cell phone. With no distractions of scenery and props, all the emphasis was on words plus a few symbolic objects and colors. Different, but fascinating!
Comedy of Errors with Puppets!
Accessible and Entertaining - ASU State Press
The 'New Normal' of Valley Theatre
The Victory of just existing - AZ Republic
Review of Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet), by Ann-Marie MacDonald
Tragedy to Farce - AZ Republic
Reviews of the Arizona Premiere, Matt & Ben, by Mindy Kaling and Brenda Withers
Celebrity Bromance - AZ Republic
Friendship - Phoenix New Times
Benifer - Examiner
About Our 2010 season
Review: Innovative 'Last Five Years' portrays crumbling marriage AZ Republic
Arts and Entertainment Feature: Churn of arts companies keeps Valley scene energized- AZ Republic
About Our Artistic Staff
Arts and Entertainment Feature: Shakespearean actor Eric Schoen shifts gears in 'Fools' - AZ Republic