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Theatre Artists Studio's Suocera and Mama and Jack Carew

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Theatre Artists Studio member and playwright Hal Corley is back with two women, two choices, and a whole lot of steamy drama.

For the first time, the studio, at 4848 E. Cactus Road in Scottsdale, presents two of Corley's plays, Suocera and Mama and Jack Carew, in repertory on alternating evenings from January 13 through February 6. (Note: Both plays are recommended for mature audiences, no one under 18 years old will be permitted.)

Check out the theater's trailer for the two plays, which we hear was filmed at Cafe ZuZu inside of the Valley Ho, and more ticket information after the jump.

Tickets for



Mama and Jack Carew

are $10 to $20 and can be purchased online or by calling (602) 765-0120. For more info, visit the

Theatre's website


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