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1995 Stories by Gerald Thomson

Archives: 1996 | 1995
  • Sacred Wows

    published December 28, 1995

    "Ideally, the purpose of the church is to become obsolete." That's a radical thought, especially coming from a seminarian, but it's... More >>

  • The Plot Dickens

    published December 21, 1995

    If you're looking for a traditional holiday treat, Actors Theatre of Phoenix is offering its slick production of A Christmas Carol. Forthose with... More >>

  • The Gospel Truth

    published December 7, 1995

    Black Theatre Troupe is taking people to church with Mama, I Want to Sing, the first production of its silver-anniversary season. With a program... More >>

  • Tossed in Yonkers

    published November 23, 1995

    It's the end of an era. Theater Works, arguably the best community theatre in the Valley, must be out of its Glendale facility by December 31. The... More >>

  • One Out of Two Aint Bad

    published November 16, 1995

    The American Heritage Dictionary defines "creation" as "an original product of human invention or artistic imagination." One of the things that... More >>

  • Diverse City

    published November 9, 1995

    Remember the days before political correctness, the days when we weren't afraid to talk topeople for fear of offending them? Well, Arizona Jewish... More >>

  • Dreamy Update

    published November 2, 1995

    Arizona Theatre Company opens its 1995-96 season with an intriguing, eclectic version of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. In an attempt to... More >>

  • Miss Jean Brodie

    published November 2, 1995

    Sporting some of the most lackluster acting this Valley has seen in a long time, the current play by Phoenix Theatre has proven that a wonderful... More >>

  • Dreading Water

    published October 26, 1995

    Even in this fast-paced world of ours, are we ever able to embrace change? Imagine going back to 1948 to a small Kentucky town in the... More >>

  • Half the World's a Film

    published October 26, 1995

    To celebrate its 45th theatre season, Grand Canyon University continues to emphasize the works of Shakespeare with the pastoral comedy As You Like... More >>

  • Hither and Yarn

    published October 12, 1995

    The Eureka! Theatre Company has shown itself to be a bastion of controlled-risk theatre. Founder and artistic director Evann Wilcosky has... More >>


    published October 5, 1995

    Godspell has been a source of both controversy and inspiration since its first production in 1971. It was written in reaction to a lethargic... More >>


    published July 27, 1995

    Last summer, Davis Productions gave us the wonderfully polished, Broadway-quality Pirates of Penzance. This summer's offering, Bye, Bye Birdie,... More >>

Archives: 1996 | 1995