Turns out Class 6 Theatre’s named for a type of military store -- kind of like a Circle K, but with more liquor. That’s how we like our theater: fast, cheap, and popular, providing the things that give life meaning beyond sheer survival. Learn more at The Complete History of Class 6 Theatre (Abridged), penned by artistic director Eric Schoen.
On the same program, Class 6 presents A Life in the Theatre, David Mamet’s two-character play about the careers of an old actor and a young actor, featuring 47 costume changes. The plays run through Sunday, October 4, at Mesa Arts Center, One East Main Street. On Thursday, October 1, showtime is 7:30 p.m., with a discussion afterward. Tickets are $21 at www.mesaartscenter.com or 480-644-6500.
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