barrio grrrl posterWWII RADIO CHRISTMAS

December 6, 7, 14, 15, & 16, 2018

Writer: Pat Kruis Tellinghusen
Producer: Camilla Ross
Director: John Reynolds

This moving holiday show recreates the experience of attending a recording of a 1940s radio show broadcast on Christmas Eve during World War II. Using period songs and stories inspired by actual veterans, World War II Radio Christmas transports the audience to another time, brought to you by such generous sponsors as Vaseline Hair Tonic and Ipana Toothpaste. An inspiring look at strength in the face of hardship, this play is a reminder of the importance of coming together for the holidays.


barrio grrrl posterBARRIO GRRRL

July 13 and 14,2018

Writer: Quiara Alegría Hudes
Producer: Camilla Ross
Director: Carolyn Paine

Spunky 9-year-old Ana is faced with a very big decision. On the one hand, as her alter-ego, Barrio Grrrl, with her invisible sidekick, Amazing Voice, she's pretty busy preserving justice in the barrio and protecting her neighborhood. On the other hand, in the world where Ana lives with her abuelo and misses her mom who is far, far away in Iraq, reality is sneaking up on her. It's time for Ana to decide what/s most important: being a superhero or a girl who works little miracles in real life. Pulitzer Prize- and Tony-winner Quiara Alegría Hudes and Grammy and Tony-winner Bill Sherman give audiences a funny and warmly truthful play that will make hearts sing. This production was made possible my AZ Humanities. And produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing Company, Inc., of Woodstock, Illinois. Approximate Running Time: 90 minutes. The cast includes: Sedona residents Kaya Kenney, Luna Kenney, Fryda Hernandez, Adahlia Witteman, Skyrah Wilmer, Bronwyn Bosman, Parker Furlong, Savanna Royal, and Flagstaff resident Audrey Young.


February 23, 24, and 25, 2018

Writer: Katori Hall
Producer: Camilla Ross

The Mountaintop is a fictional depiction about Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.'s last night on earth set in Room 306 of Lorraine Motel on the eve of his assassination in 1968. It won an Olivier Award in 2010 and premiered on Broadway in 2011 starring Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett. The play is being produced by special arrangement of the Dramatist Play Service.