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The School of Theatre, Film & Television
at The University of Arizona

Boasting three outstanding theatres, production shops, production facilities and post-production laboratories, state of the art equipment, and a faculty made up of working professionals, the School of Theatre, Film & Television at the University of Arizona provides an exciting opportunity to learn about the art and craft of story telling and the workings of the entertainment industry in an incredibly rich learning environment. Professional screenings like "I Dream in Widescreen," and our professional theatre training company, Arizona Repertory Theatre, provide real, hands-on creative opportunities and experiences to practice your craft. The pages that follow will lead you into the exciting programs and opportunities that will make your dreams come to life!

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Widescreen Wednesdays 2015-2016

Made in Tucson: Films from the Old Pueblo

Join faculty and students from the School of Theatre, Film & Television as we explore the history of filmmaking in Tucson.

All screenings are FREE and open to the public!

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Upcoming Events


Oct 18 - Nov 8

Tornabene Theatre

Arizona Repertory Theatre


Nov 8 - Dec 6

Marroney Theatre

Arizona Repertory Theatre

The Tempest

Mar 6 - Apr 3

Tornabene Theatre

Arizona Repertory Theatre

Presented by the School of Theatre, Film & Television

Arizona Repertory Theatre

Barefoot in the Park

by Neil Simon

Directed by Kevin Black

It’s February, 1963. Corie is a free-spirited flower child and Paul is a buttoned-down new attorney. After six bliss-filled days at the Plaza Hotel, these two honeymooners move into a fifth-floor, cold-water flat with a busted radiator and a hole in the skylight. And then married life begins. Despite Corie’s exotic fertility dances, Paul frets over his first court case, while practically everyone in town invades their love nest: deliverymen, Corie’s anxious mom, the aging ladies’ man next door – even a winter snowstorm. Will the newlyweds survive the freezing weather? And each others’ mismatched temperaments? Or, will they follow Corie’s advice: “Let’s not get divorced. Let’s just kill each other.” In one of Neil Simon’s earliest Broadway hits, hip versus square makes for a hilarious, romantic comedy.

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