Monthly Archives: May 2013

Cathy Benedetto Author- THE KING OF THE FELS

      THE KING OF THE FELS

      by Cathy Benedetto

      Latigo is under siege, travel mirrors are lost, lovers have been torn apart by the ravages of war, and the king of the Fels is dying. 

      These are the challenges that Tahjeen Tier, leader of the Shata, contends with as he confronts the King of the Fels to find out why he must sacrifice his own people to save the Sandatese.  Is there something special about these particular humans?

      While Tahjeen demands answers, the Surmese invaders are poised to launch ther own final two battles … one in the heartland’s frontier, home of the fels, and the other at Latigo, the capital of Palaton. 

      As humans and Shata gather for the final battle, Tahjeen learns the truth about his unborn son.

      Title: THE KING OF THE FELS 

      Series: The Shata Trilogy, Book 3 

       Author: Cathy Benedetto 

      Price:  $15.95 

      ISBN:  978-1-61318-139-3

      Web:  www.BlackWyrim.com

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Playwrights Foundation- resident playwright Lauren Gunderson premieres a new play at SHOTGUN PLAYERS

      Playwrights Foundation-  resident playwright Lauren Gunderson premieres a new play at SHOTGUN PLAYERS
 
resident playwright Lauren Gunderson premieres a new play at SHOTGUN PLAYERS!
Opens May 31st through June 23

We’re not really good at playing God, after all.  

 

Science has only begun to reveal the extraordinary possibilities of cloning, not to mention the controversial ethics that lie therein. Steven, a leading scientist in the arcane world of human cloning, will do anything to keep a family secret — but at what cost? A sci-fi thriller, full of moral conundrums, and written by one of the most exciting young writers in American theater. 

May 23- June 23

Buy your tickets to
By and By Now

Post Show Conversations with the playwright, director and guest speakers throughout the month of June!


Awake (feat. The Bengsons)

An original song for the play
By and By
by Lauren Guderson

Written and performed by
The Kilbanes!

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The Rogue Theatre- Presents after the quake by Haruki Murakami

 

The Rogue Theatre
 
300 East University Boulevard, Tucson, AZ – 520-551-2053 – www.TheRogueTheatre.org 
   
 

There are two things I can’t wait for you to experience in our upcoming production of after the quake. The first is company member Matt Bowdren acting like a giant frog. The second is the magic, romance, humor, and honesty with which Haruki Murakami tells these stories of recovery and reinvention after disasters, both natural and personal.

 

In listening to parts of this play in rehearsals, I feel like I’m taking a page out of Joe and Cindy’s theatrical playbook. The sentiments in lines like “The whole terrible fight occurred in the area of imagination. It is there that we experience our victories and our defeats,” and “A real frog is exactly what I am. A product neither of metaphor nor allusion nor deconstruction nor sampling nor any other such complex process, I am a genuine frog,” seem like pillars of The Rogue’s approach to theatre–an approach dependent upon imagination and authenticity. But these lines also seem custom-made for you, our audience, a group well-accustomed to imagining a dog instead of Joe McGrath, or a snake instead of a puppet.

 

Please join us for a genuinely imaginative evening of theatre. At the most, you’ll ponder the great questions Murakami poses in these short story adaptations. At the least, you can hear Matt Bowdren “ribbit.”
 

Nic Adams, Director
 

The Rogue Theatre
presents

after the quake, by Haruki Murakami; adapted for the stage by Frank Galati
based on “Honey Pie” and “Superfrog Saves Tokyo”
from the novel “after the quake”

 
Directed by Nic Adams

 

 June 19-30, 2013

 

Thursday-Saturday 7:30 P.M.,
Sunday 2:00 P.M.
plus a Wednesday 7:30 P.M. performance on June 19, 2013 

 

 

In this adaptation of two of Haruki Murakami’s short stories, Frank Galati has fashioned a play that follows the lives of characters struggling with the aftermath of the 1995 earthquake in Kobe, Japan, that nearly destroyed the city. Rich in dreamlike imagery and haunting in its evocation of survival in the wake of terrible disaster, after the quake makes masterful use of storytelling to reveal and explore our primal fears.

The cast of after the quake features
Matt Bowdren, Larisa Cota, Marissa Garcia, Javan Nelson and Owen Virgin

Frog  

$30 for performances on the following days:

Friday, June 21 @ 7:30 P.M.

Saturday, June 22 @ 7:30 P.M.
Sunday, June 23 @ 2:00 P.M.

Thursday, June 27 @ 7:30 P.M.
Friday, June 28 @ 7:30 P.M.
Saturday, June 29 @ 7:30 P.M.
Sunday, June 30 @ 2:00 P.M. 

$20 for preview performances on the follow days:
Thursday, June 19 @ 7:30 P.M.
Friday, June 20 @ 7:30 P.M.

 

Students with valid ID: $15 rush 15 minutes before curtain

 

Reservations are encouraged for all performances.

 Free parking is available in our lot off Herbert Avenue

(the alley just east of the theatre).

 

For more information about after the quake,
visit TheRogueTheatre.org.

 

To purchase tickets, visit our online box office 
or call 520-551-2053

 

Enjoy a spectacular meal before the performance at

Delectables logo
533 N. 4th Avenue
Two blocks from The Rogue Theatre


Rogue Season Ticket Holders receive 20% off their entree! 

 

 To make a reservation, call (520) 884-9289
For more information, visit www.delectables.com or
Delectables’ Facebook page, “Delectables on Fourth”

 
 
The Rogue Theatre’s mission is to create the highest quality theatre possible;
challenging, stretching, and invigorating our community.

We emphasize

LANGUAGE by placing primary value on quality language and literature;
ENSEMBLE by developing performers who seek continuous improvement and creating an academy for training ourselves and emerging theatre artists;
CHALLENGING IDEAS by presenting plays which offer complex and provocative points of view
related to important social, political, and personal issues.

# # #
 
 
   
The Rogue Theatre | 300 East University Boulevard | Suite 150 | Tucson | AZ | 85705
 
 

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Rico Austin Author- IN THE SHADOW OF ELVIS PERILS OF A GHOSTWRITER

      IN THE SHADOW OF ELVIS   PERILS OF A GHOSTWRITER

      by Rico Austin 

      This is the true story of how and when I met the legitimate, illegitimate son of the “King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Mr. Elvis Presley.

      Join me in reading of all the trials and tribulations of ghostwriting, John Dennis Smith’s epic and incredible mystery of being adopted and discovering his birthright.  This is his journey, of finding out, WHO, his birth mother and birth father really were.  This too, is of my adventure, trying to get the full story documented, written and published for the world to read of this incredible, well kept secret of over five decades. 

         Rico’s love of storytelling is infectious and this true, epic story and whirlwind journey of Rico’s unique encounter with John Dennis Smith, the legitmate, illegitmate son the legendary, King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, in Cave Creek, AZ.  This is the journey of that unique encounter; Rico’s love of reading, exploring and traveling allured him to many parts of the globe including Vilnius, Lithuania where he taught English; Stoke-on-Trent in the United Kindom where he studied and played American Football for the Staffordshire Stallions; Mexico to study Spanish, enjoy the culture and fish the open sea.  Rico has undergraduate degrees from Universitities of Boise State (played for the BSU Broncos), Grand Canyon, Stafforshire and a Master’s Degree from Thurderbird School of Global Management (T-Bird).  He and his wife live in Scottsdale, Arizona and San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico.

      www.ricoaustin.com

       Other great reads from author, Rico Austin, include the epic, award winning, MY BAD TEQUILA and his latest, Children’s book, ARIZONA IS WHERE I LIVE.  These are available in paperback and on all eReadersat:www.amazon.com

      www.barnsandnoble.com

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      Arizona Education Network.Com- Protecting Public Education  PUBLIC EDUCATION KEEPS THE AMERICAN DREAM ALIVE

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Australian Writers’ Centre- Sydney Meetup with Jessica Shirvington & Want to work at the Australian & Many Writing Courses

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30 May 2013 Sydney: (02) 9929 0088
In this issue

  • TIP: Look, see or watch?
  • Sydney Meetup with
    Jessica Shirvington
  • Want to work at the Australian
    Writers’ Centre? 
  • A short history of the apostrophe
  • Plan ahead – Creative Writing
    Stage 2
  • WEBPICK: The Silent History
Valerie Khoo I was an avid reader as a child and I truly love watching kids become mesmerised by the books they read. This is especially true when it comes to the wide-eyed wonder of little kids thumbing through the pages of their favourite picture books. Over the past few years, I’ve learnt a lot about picture books. Apart from underpinning an entire industry, they have very specific rules and guidelines, many of which will surprise you. If you’re interested in this area, you’ll learn so much in our course Writing Picture Books.

You’ll learn about:

  • Understanding the nature of children’s
    picture books
  • Working with illustrations
  • Language and rhythm
  • What’s so different about the picture book?
  • Point of view, structure and pace
  • Finding the right voice
  • Choosing your topic
  • The industry: market, gatekeepers, legal
    and financial considerations
  • and MUCH more
 
 
 

TIP: Look, see or watch?

One of our readers emailed us last week with this question – “What is the difference between the verbs see and look – or isn’t there any?”
 
Good question! We often use language instinctively so don’t always think about the differences or similarities between words, but for people learning English, look and see could be confusing.
 
When we look at something, it’s a deliberate act rather than an unconscious one. The Macquarie Dictionary defines look as “to fix the eyes upon something or in some direction in order to see”.
For example:
 
Look over there!
Rambo looked longingly at the empty food bowl.
 
To see is not something we make a special effort to do, it happens as soon as an image comes into our eyes. It’s also a verb but the dictionary definition is a little different – “to observe, be aware of, or perceive, with the eyes”. For example
 
It’s impossible to see through this fog.
Can you see my keys anywhere?
 
Another verb related to sight, which can be confusing for new English speakers, is watch. Watch is similar to look but more active. It means to “look attentively, or be closely observant, as to see what comes”. For example:
 
I’m going to watch a movie.
Watch out for cars.


Sydney Meetup with
Jessica Shirvington

We’re holding our next informal networking event on Tuesday 2 July 2013 – and you’re invited!
 
This is your chance to get together with fellow graduates and the wider community of the Australian Writers’ Centre, hear from a great presenter, and hopefully leave just that little bit more inspired to achieve your writing dreams.
 
Date: Tuesday 2 July 2013
Time: 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm
Where: The Kirribilli Club, Milsons Point
(right next door to us)
Who: Australian Writers’ Centre graduate and best-selling YA author, Jessica Shirvington will join us to talk about her incredible writing journey.
 
Tickets cost $10 each to cover venue costs. Any excess funds will be donated to the Doggie Rescue charity. Numbers are strictly limited!

You can buy your tickets here. Can’t wait to see you there!


Want to work at the Australian Writers’ Centre?

We’re looking for a very special administration coordinator to help us with our expanding writers’ centre. The role will be part-time (around 3 days a week) to start and may lead to a full-time position. We’re after someone who is super organised and has the utmost attention to detail. If you love admin and filing and can’t stand spelling mistakes, then check out the full job description on Writing Bar.

Applications close 5pm Friday 7 June 2013.

 
ONLINE COURSE:
Creative Writing Stage 1

Beat the chill and learn creative writing from home! Our next Online Course: Creative Writing Stage 1 starts on Monday. If you feel you’ve got a novel, short story or memoir in you, but don’t khow to get started, this is the course for you. You’ll learn all the essential elements of great fiction over five weeks.

Five week online course starting the week beginning Monday 3 June 2013
Time
: Whenever it suits you
Cost: $395

 


Writing Books for Children and Young Adults

Want to know what makes Harry Potter, Diary of a Wimpy Kid or The Hunger Games so great? Join us for our five-week course in Writing Books for Children and Young Adults. You’ll learn the secrets to writing stories that will engage and entertain younger readers. You’ll also discover what today’s young people are reading and what publishers are looking out for.

Five-week course starting Wednesday 5 June 2013
Time:
6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Cost: $395

 


Grammar and Punctuation Essentials

Grammar doesn’t have to be scary. In fact, if you know the basic rules of grammar and punctuation, you can improve your writing immediately. Join our one-day Grammar and Punctuation Essentials seminar for an intensive yet enjoyable refresher of the golden rules of grammar. Our grammar guru, Deb Doyle, will give you knowledge you can apply immediately, no matter what your writing projects are.

One-day seminar on Friday 14 June 2013
Time:
9 am – 5 pm
Cost: $395

How to Get Your Book Published

Monday 3 June 2013
Only 3 places left!


Blogging for Beginners

Thursday 13 June 2013
Only 4 places left!


 
 

TIP: Should you capitalise season names?

With winter almost here, this tip from Grammar Girl is a timely one. This is what she has to say on the question of whether or not to capitalise season names:
 
Season names aren’t capitalized unless they’re part of a formal name, such as the name of an event or a class.
 
The spring flowers are making me sneeze.
 
I can’t wait until fall.
(Grammar Girl is American, which is why she says fall. We would say autumn).
 
Aardvark hopes someone will ask him to the Spring-a-Ring-Ding dance.
 
The 2010 Winter Olympics seem as if they happened long ago.


 

Plan ahead – Creative Writing Stage 2

 

If you’ve completed Creative Writing Stage 1, Writing Books for Children and Young Adults or any of our other creative writing courses, then you already know the essential elements of a good story. But maintaining your motivation and inspiration is also an important part of your writing journey and that’s where Creative Writing Stage 2 comes in.

Workshopping your writing is essential if you want to extend your skills and make your stories shine. This course will give you the chance to put into practice what you’ve learnt and get invaluable feedback from the presenter and your classmates.

  Book now
 

A short history of the apostrophe

The apostrophe has made it into the news again! Back in March, Devon County Council in England announced they were dropping apostrophes from their road signs. You can imagine the backlash. People felt so strongly about the apostrophe, the council reversed their decision and will now continue to include it.
 
At Oxford Dictionaries Online, they blogged about the council’s conundrum and included this short history of the apostrophe:
 
In writing the apostrophe is a relatively recent innovation; it was first introduced into English printed books in the 16th century to indicate an elision or a contraction, as it still does today in she’ll, can’t, it’s. In the 17th century its use was extended to indicate possession in singular nouns, the boy’s book, where the –s ending was understood either as an elision of the earlier ending –es, or erroneously as a reduced form of the possessive pronoun his. Further confusion was introduced in the 18th century when the apostrophe was extended to plural possessives, the boys’ books, where nothing has been omitted.
 
New innovation or not, the apostrophe wields plenty of power when it comes to questions of grammar. And perhaps the residents of Devon County will now pay a little more attention to it.
 
You can read the full post here.

 


WEBPICK: The Silent History

Books have come a long way. From hardcover to paperbacks, to ebooks and now, a serialised novel designed specifically for your iphone or ipad.
 
The Silent History is a collaboration between former McSweeney’s editor Eli Horowitz, authors Kevin Moffatt and Matthew Derby, and Russell Quinn, also a former McSweeney’s staffer. It is the story of a generation of children born without the ability to create or comprehend language, who develop other surprising skills. Told through 120 individual testimonials, the story alone is worth the $1.99 price tag. But there is also the option to explore the novel more thoroughly through a series of field reports, written to match exact locations around the world.
 
It’s an ambitious project, mainly because it involves so many authors. Krissy Kneen, Josephine Rowe and Samuel Cooney are just a few of the Australian authors who have taken part. It’s an incredible new way to experience reading.
 
Check it out here.


 
“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of
his life, every quality of his mind, is written large in
his works.”

Words of wisdom from – Virginia Woolf

 
 
 

Upcoming courses

 
Online Course: Creative Writing Stage 1 with Cathie Tasker/Pamela Freeman
When: Week beginning Monday 3 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: Whenever suits you
Cost: $395

Online Course: Travel Writing with Sue White
When: Week beginning Monday 10 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: Whenever suits you
Cost: $395

Online Course: Writing Books for Children and Young Adults with Judith Ridge/
Cathie Tasker

When: Week beginning Monday 10 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: Whenever suits you
Cost: $395

New dateOnline Course: Magazine and Newspaper Writing Stage 1 with Sue White/Allison Tait
When: Week beginning Monday 10 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: Whenever suits you
Cost: $395

New dateOnline Course: Creative Writing Stage 1 with Cathie Tasker/
Pamela Freeman

When: Week beginning Monday 10 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: Whenever suits you
Cost: $395

Online Course: Creative Writing Stage 2 with Cathie Tasker/Pamela Freeman
When: Week beginning Monday 17 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: Whenever suits you
Cost: $395

Sydney coursesWeekend course: Creative Writing Stage 1 with Pamela Freeman
When: Saturday 1 June and Sunday 2 June 2013 (2 consecutive days)
Time: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Cost: $395

Weekend course: Magazine and Newspaper Writing Stage 1 with Sue White
When: Saturday 1 June and Sunday 2 June 2013 (2 consecutive days)
Time: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Cost: $395

Seminar: How to Get Your Book Published with Geoff Bartlett
When: Monday 3 June 2013 (two-hour evening seminar)
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $85

Seminar: Blogging for Beginners with Kim Berry – FULL
When: Wednesday 5 June 2013 (two-hour evening seminar)
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $85

Course: Writing Books for Children and Young Adults with Judith Ridge
When: Every Wednesday starting Wednesday 5 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $395

Seminar: Writing for the Web with Grant Doyle
When: Thursday 6 June 2013 (one-day seminar)
Time: 9.00 am – 4.00 pm
Cost: $450

Course: Screenwriting Stage 2 with Tim Gooding
When: Every Tuesday starting Tuesday 11 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $395

Course: Creative Writing Stage 2 with Jeni Mawter
When: Every Wednesday starting Wednesday 12 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $395

Daytime seminar: Blogging for Beginners with Kim Berry
When: Thursday 13 June 2013 (two-hour morning seminar)
Time: 10 am – 12 noon
Cost: $85

Seminar: Grammar and Punctuation Essentials with Deb Doyle
When: Friday 14 June 2013 (one-day seminar)
Time: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Cost: $450

New dateCourse: Creative Writing Stage 1 with James Roy
When: Every Monday starting Monday 17 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $395

Seminar: Self-Publishing: How to do it with Geoff Bartlett
When: Monday 17 June 2013 (two-hour evening seminar)
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $85

Seminar: Introduction to Travel Writing with Geoff Bartlett
When: Tuesday 18 June 2013 (two-hour evening seminar)
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $85

Seminar: Business Writing Essentials with Kate Hennessy
When: Thursday 20 June 2013 (one-day seminar)
Time: 9.30 am – 4.30 pm
Cost: $395

Seminar: How to Create and Sell Your eBook with Anna Maguire
When: Thursday 20 June 2013 (two-hour evening seminar)
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $85

Weekend Course: Write a Chick-Lit Novel with Lisa Heidke
When: Saturday 22 June and Sunday 23 June 2013 (2 consecutive days)
Time: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Cost: $395

New dateSeminar: Blogging for Beginners with Kim Berry
When: Monday 24 June 2013 (two-hour evening seminar)
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $85

Course: Writing Picture Books with Cathie Tasker
When: Every Tuesday starting Tuesday 25 June 2013 for five weeks
Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm
Cost: $395

Seminar: From Blog to Book with Kerri Sackville
When: Thursday 27 June 2013 (two-hour evening seminar)
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $85

Weekend course: Life Writing with Patti Miller
When: Saturday 29 June and Sunday 30 June 2013 (2 consecutive days)
Time: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Cost: $450

Weekend course: Writing About Food with Carli Ratcliff
When: Saturday 29 June and Sunday 30 June 2013 (2 consecutive days)
Time: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Cost: $395

Program: Write Your Novel with Pamela Freeman – FULL
When: Every Monday starting Monday 1 July 2013 for six months
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $2150

Course: Magazine and Newspaper Writing Stage 1 with Holly Nott
When: Every Thursday starting Thursday 4 July 2013 for five weeks
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $395

Course: Writing About Interiors, Style and Design with Nigel Bartlett
When: Tuesday 16 July and 23 July 2013 (2 evening classes)
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $175

Course: Travel Writing with Sue White
When: Every Wednesday starting Wednesday 17 July 2013 for five weeks
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $395

Course: Thriller Writing with L.A. Larkin
When: Every Thursday starting Thursday 18 July 2013 for five weeks
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $395

Seminar: Professional Business Writing with Sue White
When: Friday 19 July 2013 (one-day seminar)
Time: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Cost: $450

Course: Screenwriting Stage 1 with Tim Gooding
When: Every Monday starting Monday 22 July 2013 for five weeks
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $395

Seminar: Editing Essentials with Deb Doyle
When: Wednesday 24 July 2013 (one-day seminar)
Time: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Cost: $450

New dateSeminar: Build Your Profile Using Twitter with Kerri Sackville
When: Wednesday 24 July 2013 (two-hour evening seminar)
Time: 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Cost: $85

Weekend course: Travel Memoir with Claire Scobie
When: Saturday 27 July and Sunday 28 July 2013 (2 consecutive days)
Time: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Cost: $395

Seminar: PR and Media Releases that Get Results with Catriona Pollard
When: Wednesday 31 July 2013 (one-day seminar)
Time: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Cost: $495

New dateCourse: History, Mystery and Magic with Kate Forsyth
When: Saturday 3 August and Sunday 4 August 2013 (2 consecutive days)
Time: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Cost: $395

OVERSEAS WRITING TOURS

Writing the Senses in Bali with Patti Miller
When: Saturday 10 August to Saturday 17 August 2013

Memoir Writing in Paris with Patti Miller – FULL
When: Thursday 24 October to Saturday 9 November 2013

Writing About Food in Vietnam with Carli Ratcliff
Dates for 2014 TBC

 

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Wishing you much writing success,

Valerie Khoo

About Valerie:
Valerie Khoo is a journalist, author of six books and founder of the Australian Writers’ Centre. Valerie writes regularly for smh.com.au, theage.com.au, brisbanetimes.com.au, watoday.com.au, canberratimes.com.au and businessday.com.au. The Australian Writers’ Centre runs a range of popular writing courses in Sydney, Melbourne and online. She is author of Power Stories: The 8 Stories You MUST Tell to Build an Epic Business (Wiley).

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Australian Writers’ Centre
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www.WritersCentre.com.au

 
 

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The Screening Room- JUNE IS KUNG FU MONTH

JUNE IS KUNG FU MONTH

at THE SCREENING ROOM

127 East Congress ● Downtown
 
 
 
The Screening Room | 127 East Congress | Tucson | AZ | 85701
 
 

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