Theatre Artists Studio opens newest production ‘RED’

Theatre Artists Studio, 4848 E. Cactus Road in Scottsdale, presents a play about the purpose of art entitled “RED,”with performances [...] Continue Reading →

Theatre Artists Studio presents play called ‘Trying’

The Theatre Artists Studio, 4848 E. Cactus Road in Scottsdale, will show the play “Trying” which draws its inspiration from the play [...] Continue Reading →

Theatre Artists Studio presents ‘Father Christmas and the Snow Queen’

British playwright and mystery novelist Rupert Holmes describes a panto as “part commedia dell’arte, part music hall, and part kiddie show [...] Continue Reading →

Theatre Artists Studio presents ‘Bakersfield Mist’ comedy

Theatre Artists Studio will be presenting "Bakersfield Mist" by Stephen Sachs on its Scottsdale stage Jan. 13-29. This play is a hilarious and [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale’s Theatre Artists Studio presents ‘The Herd’

The Theatre Artists Studio presents the regional premier of "The Herd" by Rory Kinnear, opening Nov. 25 in Scottsdale. This play is a brilliant, [...] Continue Reading →

Haunting play, ‘The Weir’ to open in Scottsdale Feb. 26

The Theatre Artists Studio announces its newest haunting production of "The Weir" by Conor McPherson opening in Scottsdale Feb. 26. In a remote [...] Continue Reading →

Children’s musical ‘Cinderella’ coming to Scottsdale Nov. 27

The Theatre Artists Studio is to present children's classic Cinderella as a musical beginning Nov. 27. The theater puts a new spin on the fairy [...] Continue Reading →

Theatre Artists Studio presents Pulitzer Prize winner “Crimes of the Heart”

Beth Henley’s hysterical and touching exploration of the foibles and challenges of the three wacky Magrath sisters comes to the Theatre Artists [...] Continue Reading →

Theatre Artists Studio presents annual ‘Summer Shorts’ June 18-24

Theatre Artists Studio presents its “2015 New Summer Shorts,” a 10-minute play festival featuring new works written and directed by studio [...] Continue Reading →