As if it weren't enough that this thought-provoking and well-tuned community troupe brought us a stunner in David Mamet's Race last winter, Christopher Haines and company also launched a unique series of drama workshops aimed at boosting the self-esteem of Arizona teenagers at a local homeless shelter. The iPlay curriculum, developed by Haines himself, since has taught dozens of at-risk teens about acting, improvisation, and performance. That, combined with a stunning season finale (up-and-coming dramatist Rajiv Joseph's Gruesome Playground Injuries) convinced us that good theater and good deeds deserve some kind of recognition.

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Phoenix AZ 85015


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