2019 New Summer Shorts - Theatre Artists Studio



Don't Snooze!  Don't Lose!   JUNE 13 – 23, 2019Our annual festival of 10-minute plays written by our talented playwrights is always a highlight of our year.   We look forward celebrating these plays with you as they wrap up another season at The Studio!

Be there when this audience favorite returns for its 13th year, delivering a festival of brand-new, thought-provoking and often hilarious 10-minute plays. From jitterbugging teenagers to middle-aged "aromatics" to getting to your daughter's wedding on time (when everyone wants to drive), this year's entries are sure to inspire smiles, big laughs and thoughtful conversations long after the lively 90 minutes of entertainment are up.

These new jewels are guaranteed to make you think, feel and laugh out loud!

The Studio is located at 12406 N. Paradise Village Parkway East, Scottsdale, AZ 85254.

Tickets are $25 for General Admission; $20 each for Groups of 10 or More, Seniors age 65 and over and members of the military (active and retired) and $15 for Students age 25 and under.

For tickets and other information, please visit us online at www.thestudiophx.org.

Date:

Jun 13, 2019 - Jun 23, 2019

Location:

Theatre Artists Studio
4848 E. Cactus Rd, #406
Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Hours:

7:30 & 2 pm

Phone:

602-765-0120

Price:

$25 for General Admission; $20 each for Groups of 10 or More, Seniors age 65 and over and members of the military (active and retired) and $15 for Students age 25 and under.

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